How to disable mDNS in Firefox?

On Linux, when running: sudo netstat -lnp I get the following output: Active Internet connections (only servers) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Addre… (read more)

On Linux, when running: sudo netstat -lnp

I get the following output: Active Internet connections (only servers) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State PID/Program name udp 0 0 0.0.0.0:5353 0.0.0.0:* 2436/firefox

I see that Firefox listens on UDP port 5353 (mDNS). I do not like that, since the computer has public IP address. I tried to look for ways how to disable mDNS in Firefox, without any luck.

Please could anyone advise how to disable mDNS in Firefox?

Asked by GoodMirek 6 days ago

https-only mode is warning me against sites that are https

I have enabled https-only mode, but now Firefox is warning me against accessing various perfectly OK https sites, e.g. https://www.totalenergies.fr … (read more)

I have enabled https-only mode, but now Firefox is warning me against accessing various perfectly OK https sites, e.g. https://www.totalenergies.fr

Asked by BarbaraD 2 weeks ago

Last reply by BarbaraD 6 days ago

Please unlock my account (valid email)

Hi, I have been using Firefox sync for many years now. I just got a new computer and when I tried to connect with my account, I received a message saying Firefox has lock… (read more)

Hi,

I have been using Firefox sync for many years now. I just got a new computer and when I tried to connect with my account, I received a message saying Firefox has locked my account.

Would you please fix this asap? I use your browser to work and not having my account back would force me to switch to Chromium, which I don't want to. Please note my account and my email address are both legit. Thanks

Asked by Ramen 4 days ago

Last reply by Ramen 16 hours ago

Yahoo email will not allow sign in on Firefox

When trying to sign in to currently.att.yahoo.com via Firefox to access old Yahoo/pacbell email address, it creates an endless loop asking to create a new password, but w… (read more)

When trying to sign in to currently.att.yahoo.com via Firefox to access old Yahoo/pacbell email address, it creates an endless loop asking to create a new password, but will not allow sign in or access to email. ATT Customer service suggested signing in on ATT.COM via Chrome or Edge, which works just fine. Sign in does not work on Firefox ~ not sure what the problem is, or who is at fault... Anyone else have this problem?

Asked by rdelapp 5 hours ago