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To sign in to a network using a captive portal:
Try visiting an innocent-looking website that is common in your location, for example, a search engine or news site:
<a href="http://google.com/" target="_blank">Google</a>
<a href="http://linkedin.com/" target="_blank">LinkedIn</a>
<a href="http://duckduckgo.com/" target="_blank"/>DuckDuckGo</a>
<a href="http://baidu.com/" target="_blank"/>Baidu</a>
If you are redirected to a captive portal, sign in to the network.
If you are not redirected to a captive portal and the website loads,
this means that you are already connected to the Internet. Close
<span class="warning">this browser</span>
<span class="doc">the <i>Unsafe Browser</i></span>
and try connecting to the Tor network again.
After Tails is connected to Tor, close <span class="warning">this browser.</span> <span class="doc">the <i>Unsafe Browser</i>.</span>
<div class="caution">
<p>It is particularly important that you close the <i>Unsafe Browser</i> if
you use accessibility features like the Screen Keyboard or the Screen Reader.
If you keep the <i>Unsafe Browser</i> open, a very advanced network attacker
might use it to deanonymize you.</p>
You can use *Tor Browser* or any other application as usual.