LastPass home website redirecting to alleged PDF

Fixed Issue #12706480

Details

Author
Wesley ..
Created
Jul 11, 2017
Privacy
This issue is public.
Found in
  • Microsoft Edge
Found in build #
15.15063
Reports
Reported by 3 people

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Steps to reproduce

– start: Promo Info – Why this bug is important?
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        -- end: Promo Info --                    1. Open the LastPass website (http://www.lastpass.com);
  1. After the page loads, wait for another 10 seconds;

  2. You will be redirected to a Microsoft Edge error message in the opening of a supposed PDF file.

When you play the same steps in another browser, the site opens normally and no error message regarding the PDF file is displayed.

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Comments and activity

  • Finally found the similar issue - just no help to fix.

    I cleared all the various browsers cache (manual and CCleaner), Windows is updated, ran Malwarebytes and Defender - both came out clear, and Edge history.

    The issue I get is not pdf as it redirects lastpass.com quickly (with or without www or https://) to the site, then redirects to (possibly this; mmx-appx-web///assets/errorpages/accr-error.htm#http:www.lastpass.com - too fast to catch) then back to lastpass.com with the error.

  • Found other people have had similar error messages with the url; ms-appx-web:///assets/errorpages/acr_error.htm# (website url).

  • I have the same problem too.

  • Microsoft Edge Team

    Changed Status to “Needs root cause”

    Changed Assigned To to “James M.”

    Changed Assigned To to “Lee H.”

    Changed Assigned To from “Lee H.” to “Scott L.”

    Changed Status from “Needs root cause” to “Confirmed”

    Changed Steps to Reproduce

    Changed Status from “Confirmed” to “Fixed”

  • Thanks for letting us know about this issue! It is a duplicate of a known issue that has since been fixed in recent Windows Insider Preview builds. Please let us know if you continue to run into it (or any other issues) on newer builds!

  • Microsoft Edge Team

    Changed Steps to Reproduce

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