In a world where every security professional I know actively encourages the usage of password managers, PayPal have decided that they will issue a silent ReCAPTCHA when one is being used. Great, but the problem is that the silent nature means it is never shown, and if you are trying to access your account, this will be impossible. You’ll receive the below message
The way around this is to manually enter the email address you use for PayPal, then you can use the password manager to complete the login sequence.
A somewhat bizarre take on login security in my view, as it completely negates the point of a password manager, and will only encourage users to pick weaker passwords that are much simpler to remember - and guess or brute force.