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12-Jun-2012, 01:19 PM #1
Angry networking concept behind two account access through same network using two browsers
hello friends i need answer to one question please help me

i try to login to 2 different facebook account on same browser in same computer dose not work but if i use 2 different browsers then i can log in 2 different account at same time on same computer having single internet connection (in my case my wireless modem)

this happen with gmail and others accounts also.

what is the reason behind how can i access two different account of similar type(like facebook ,gmail) on same computer using two different browser???


what is networking concept behind this????????

waiting for your response please help..........
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12-Jun-2012, 04:19 PM #2
There is no network concept behind this. What you're describing is purely a function of how your browser and the particular website works. Namely, it boils down to cookies and such that the browser uses after you authenticate. If you're authenticating to the same website under two different accounts, chances are the website is going to be using the same cookie for both instances. This is why when you do the same exercise on different browsers, it works as each browser is working off a unique cookie and are not stepping on each other.
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