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Gmail suscipicious login after v60.3.0

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3 days ago I updated to 60.3.0. Yesterday all my gmail addresses had critical warnings of suscipicious logins, I checked the IP and it matched mine (ipv6), today the same thing happened again, same IP. One of the email addresses is one I've never logged in anywhere other than Thunderbird. Is there something wrong with my Thunderbird or is it a genuine attempt? If so, how are they using my IP?

3 days ago I updated to 60.3.0. Yesterday all my gmail addresses had critical warnings of suscipicious logins, I checked the IP and it matched mine (ipv6), today the same thing happened again, same IP. One of the email addresses is one I've never logged in anywhere other than Thunderbird. Is there something wrong with my Thunderbird or is it a genuine attempt? If so, how are they using my IP?
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This will be Gmail not recognizing the newest version of Thunderbird as "Legitimate" I suggest you verify them as legitimate. Hopefully Google will get the message.

This will be Gmail not recognizing the newest version of Thunderbird as "Legitimate" I suggest you verify them as legitimate. Hopefully Google will get the message.
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I'm getting this issue everyday now, multiple times a day sometimes, even updating my passwords doesn't help, Gmail will still prevent login and mark it as suspicious even with the correct password, I have to login via webmail to get in. I've marked it as me each time but gmail still keeps bringing this up everyday.

This new Thunderbird is broken, I'll roll back and avoid updates.

I'm getting this issue everyday now, multiple times a day sometimes, even updating my passwords doesn't help, Gmail will still prevent login and mark it as suspicious even with the correct password, I have to login via webmail to get in. I've marked it as me each time but gmail still keeps bringing this up everyday. This new Thunderbird is broken, I'll roll back and avoid updates.

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