Robert, I would go about this from a different angle. I’m assuming you’re using Windows. Set up a Windows “guest” account on your computer. Go to: Settings: Family and other users: Click “Add a family member”.
Your granddaughter will use this guest account and not have access to any of your stuff. Of course your account is protected by the windows password or pin.
Just for giggles, install Brave and see what happens. How about creating a new profile in Chrome? What about backing up your default folder in your profile folder in Chrome and then delete that folder?
Glad it worked for you. Do you think deleting the default folder in the Chrome profile would fix your Chrome issue? I don’t use Last pass and I don’t use a lot of extensions. I’m surprised that the Lastpass Chrome extension doesnt work with Brave.
When I cut and paste that last string of http data from 13 days ago, I get a login window. That you are seeing code probably means that your browser is not redirecting to the new URL. It may be a setting in the browser or some software addon in the browser, etc. Still, I can’t believe that you are the only one who has had this issue.
I really think Microsoft (Hotmail Support) should be able to help you solve that. If no online support, try a user forum.
Personally I changed from these ad-driven free services to my own domains or even a gmail account.