As I've said previously, cookies control the login to the site.
If there is no valid cookie on the machine then it will prompt for a login. The website just asks if the client has a login cookie meeting criteria.
There is nothing I can do to fix cookie issues at the website level.
Previously cookies became invalid on IP address change, but that code has been commented out.
Other websites are not affected, because they are not using the broken cookie on your PC.
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