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Can't access multiple websites - 403, access denied etc

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Since yesterday I can't access multiple websites like Spotify, Reddit, Google Drive etc on my desktop computer anymore. I don't know why and I didn't change anything over night. It also works fine in Microsoft Edge.

Reddit shows the "whoa there, pardner" error, spotify shows 403 error, Google Drive says my browser (Firefox 120.0) isn't supported and others are simply unavailable. At the same time Google looks off and Twitch is just a huge loading screen.

I cleared all the data (cookies/cache), but that didn't help.

I had this reddit error a few weeks ago already, but it disappeared on its own. However it was only reddit that was affected.

Since yesterday I can't access multiple websites like Spotify, Reddit, Google Drive etc on my desktop computer anymore. I don't know why and I didn't change anything over night. It also works fine in Microsoft Edge. Reddit shows the "whoa there, pardner" error, spotify shows 403 error, Google Drive says my browser (Firefox 120.0) isn't supported and others are simply unavailable. At the same time Google looks off and Twitch is just a huge loading screen. I cleared all the data (cookies/cache), but that didn't help. I had this reddit error a few weeks ago already, but it disappeared on its own. However it was only reddit that was affected.
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Réiteach Roghnaithe

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Troubleshoot mode didn't help and no malware was found.

In the end creating a new Firefox profile did the trick and everything works again. I don't understand why it stopped working and why this fixed the issue, but I'm glad it's working again.

Thanks for your help!

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