All Kinds of stuff honestly
I initially had trouble because a website for school, called Wiley,com, or Wiley Plus, was having trouble. Specifically, i could most things and when I would attempt to open a homework assignment, Id get an error. According to my professor, it was a Firefox issue, and he was right, when I went to Google, which I hate, it worked just fine. Then slowly, there were more problems opening up my school website or my bitwarden extension would have issues. So today, I finally uninstalled, and reinstalled. Which, unfortunately, I have had to do with Firefox twice before. Frustrating, but I hate Google enough that I chalked it up. Then, after this most current reinstall, it completely screwed things up with my bitwarden extension and bitwarden themselves, because for some reason, Firefox is sending weird info that freaks websites out. Outside of the extensions, it often cant open sites, or sites tell me something is happening. I have Norton and have scanned my device repeatedly, and gone so far as to contact them and my computer is clean. What...is going on. I STILL haven't sorted out the Bitwarden fiasco and have had to contact their support, but honestly, the problem CAME from the firefox browser. I dont know how to fix this
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Since this is a login site no one but the registered users can access this so that no one else will be able to replicate or verify what is happening to the login process access. As to what bitwarden is doing that is up to bitwarden support to figure that out. Why would one use a extension when the O/S Defender does just fine? Having multiple Security software including extension is asking for problems. Why is Defender which is free with Windows O/S not worth trying just by itself.