A CSRF never ending loop happened to me earlier today, on dev.t.o.
I had logged in chromium-browser to dev.t.o as user "xavi" (no admin perms).
I needed to log in with my other user "xavidp" (the one with admin perms), so that I opened a private browsing window of chromium-browser. I went to visit the same page I had visited with the standard user where I had to fix some perms of that wiki page ( https://dev.tiki.org/Wish%20Report%20Tpl ). Clicked at "login" link at the top bar, which sent me to https://dev.tiki.org/login , provided the credentials, and then I got the message about CSRF at the url https://dev.tiki.org/tiki-login.php :
Potential cross-site request forgery (CSRF) detected. Operation blocked. Reloading the page may help.
Every time I tried (F5, visiting somewhere else within dev.t.o) and attempting to log in, I got the same CSRF error message reproduced, and I couldn't log in as user "xavidp".
I had to open a new browser (Firefox, in this case), and login as "xavidp" was successful.
I wonder what was happening.
I tried again, at the time of reporting this issue, and I got the issue reproduced again.
FYI: I had seen other weird CSRF false positives in other contexts in a 20.x tiki I use at work (behind a firewall). I 'll keep an eye open to add more details when I hit this bug again in other use cases. But there is something wrong still in the code in 20.x.
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