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Firefox says I am forbidden to enter a site

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Firefox periodically says I am "forbidden" to enter my Kaiser website (KP.org). I know what Mozilla recommends as a fix, which is to clear data and cookies. But this creates more problems because I have to re-enter passwords and other settings. This is a problem Mozilla's website reports has been occurring for YEARS! Why can't Mozilla/Firefox fix this? Please tell me there is a better way to fix this problem.

David Karp dkarpcal@gmail.com or cloverdavid@gmail.com

Firefox periodically says I am "forbidden" to enter my Kaiser website (KP.org). I know what Mozilla recommends as a fix, which is to clear data and cookies. But this creates more problems because I have to re-enter passwords and other settings. This is a problem Mozilla's website reports has been occurring for YEARS! Why can't Mozilla/Firefox fix this? Please tell me there is a better way to fix this problem. David Karp dkarpcal@gmail.com or cloverdavid@gmail.com

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Thanks for your reply. However, I started disabling extensions. Nothing happened until I disabled the Bitwarden extension.That solved the problem!

Much appreciate your rapid response! Makes me happy that I donated to Mozilla Foundation two months ago.

David

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Thanks for your reply. However, I started disabling extensions. Nothing happened until I disabled the Bitwarden extension.That solved the problem!

Much appreciate your rapid response! Makes me happy that I donated to Mozilla Foundation two months ago.

David

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I was thinking or using Bitwarden, so I guess I won't now. I am disappointed that Firefox has not addressed this directly. The only suggestions are the generic "delete your cookies" type. What has happened here is the Kaiser has instituted tracking and has made it mandatory. I would not mind if Kaiser tracks me, but apparently Firefox has no way to allow something for one web site.