Cleaning up old reddit accounts as is usual. A lot of them now give me “wrong password” when I try to login over Tor. I know the password isn’t worong and the account can’t be compromised because the password is unique 30 char alphanumeric generated with Keepass.
I also know because Reddit will say “new password cannot match old password” so they keep your old password!
All the accounts are made over Tor. If you send password reset to your email you can get the account back but if you didn’t give an email it’s stuck there forever.
Another reason to start avoiding Reddit as much as possible, or if you must then make a new account and don’t hold on to it.
I now just seen that even if you reset your password, if you log out, reddit will say it’s the wrong password again! This just happened to me, I reset 1 hour ago a password. Logout and clear Tor session, I come back to reply to post comment and reddit says “wrong password”
This is prettty nuts
Hope this is the right sub.
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In this community everyone is welcome to post links and discuss topics related to privacy.
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