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Access denied on bank sign in page

I used to be able to sign in to my bank's website with Firefox. Lately it will not let me. The page post this after attempting to sign in: Access Denied You don't have p… (read more)

I used to be able to sign in to my bank's website with Firefox. Lately it will not let me. The page post this after attempting to sign in: Access Denied You don't have permission to access "http://signon.navyfederal.org/siteminderagent/forms/nfcu.fcc" on this server.

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I can access the page through Microsoft Edge but not Firefox. What has changed and what can I do to change it back?

Asked by uglyangel72 4 days ago

Last reply by uglyangel72 3 days ago

Website is not displaying correctly

Hey, my website "www.kosmetikstuebchen-nicole.de" is not correctly displaying in Firefox Browser. In Google Chrome, Opera and Safari there is no problem. You can see the … (read more)

Hey, my website "www.kosmetikstuebchen-nicole.de" is not correctly displaying in Firefox Browser. In Google Chrome, Opera and Safari there is no problem. You can see the problem on the screenshot. I still ask my provider "Host Europe" if they are able to explain, why during using the Firefox Browser the website is not correct. They just told me, that maybe there might be a problem with the accessability view, but they were not able to solve the problem! Is there anybody who can help me to solve that problem? Thanks a lot! Alexandra

Asked by alexandraesser 1 day ago

Last reply by JustSecurity 18 hours ago

SSL Errors since update to v84

Hey All, I've seen a few instances of SSL_ERROR_UNSUPPORTED_HASH_ALGORITHM since the last update. https://www.loot.co.za/ is one notable example. The same site opens fine… (read more)

Hey All,

I've seen a few instances of SSL_ERROR_UNSUPPORTED_HASH_ALGORITHM since the last update.

https://www.loot.co.za/ is one notable example. The same site opens fine on Chromium 87.

I've been looking around but have not been able to find what's causing it, it's not even mentioned in the documentation.

So far I've tried switching right down to TLS 1.1 via flags to no avail.

OS: Fedora 33 Workstation Firefox: 84.0.1 (64-bit)

Any ideas?

Asked by SytheZN 3 months ago

Last reply by SytheZN 3 months ago

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Garbled Text on Websites

Attached is a sample of how web pages display. These can either initially display this way or, as in this example, the page opened correctly, I stepped away for a few min… (read more)

Attached is a sample of how web pages display. These can either initially display this way or, as in this example, the page opened correctly, I stepped away for a few minutes and when I viewed the page again it looked like the example. I can have a page open and it is displaying correctly, then open a new tab and go to a different site and the text will look like the example.

I have cleared the cache, dumped all the cookies. Restarting the browser (I do this many times a day) will fix the current page but eventually another page will display like this.

I running version 84.0.2 64bit on a Mac Pro Mojave. I don't have this problem with other browsers like Chrome or Safari. I never see it on my Windows 10 system.

Asked by MrBBPrinter 2 months ago

Answered by cor-el 2 months ago

No audio in Google Meets

I need to use Google Meets for school but whenever i join a meeting in Firefox I cant hear anyone in the meeting and they cant hear me either (even though i see that the … (read more)

I need to use Google Meets for school but whenever i join a meeting in Firefox I cant hear anyone in the meeting and they cant hear me either (even though i see that the meeting is picking up my microphone) and after some time I get disconnected and directed to the screen in the image I uploaded. I tried joining on Google Chrome on the same computer to see if it was a computer error or network error but it worked fine, its only an issue on Firefox.

Some other info that might be relevant: Browser version: 85.0 (64-bit) Installed plugins: Enhancer for YouTube Facebook Container Private Internet Access Temp Mail - disposable Temporary Email uBlock Origin

Asked by jolle1.karlsson 2 months ago

Tabs unpinning

I have several pinned tabs. For some reason, the Instagram tab keeps unpinning, I have no idea why and I have not found any solutions in forum threads. For clarity, all… (read more)

I have several pinned tabs.

For some reason, the Instagram tab keeps unpinning, I have no idea why and I have not found any solutions in forum threads.

For clarity, all of my pinned tabs re-open and the tabs are in the same pinned order on starting up Firefox as they were when I closed it, apart from the Instagram one. It has come out of the pinned area where it was amongst the other pinned tabs and is always there as an unpinned tab, on the right hand side of all the pinned tabs.

If i right click it, I get an option to pin, Once pinned, if i right click, I get the option to unpin, so it's definetly there as an unpinned tab. This only stated happening recently, prior to that there was no issue. It only happens with the Instagram tab, all others remain as they were

Has anyone else got this isue and is there a fix?

TIA

Derek

Asked by derek_mack 1 month ago

Last reply by derek_mack 1 month ago

Plopping sound in firefox

Hi all, I have a issue with firefox, when i browse through sites i noticed a popping sound through my laptop speakers. I noticed this for a long time now and i thought it… (read more)

Hi all,

I have a issue with firefox, when i browse through sites i noticed a popping sound through my laptop speakers. I noticed this for a long time now and i thought it was driver related so i updated my drivers but the popping didn't go away. I tested the edge browser in windows 10 and did swap through the same sites as i did in firefox and that browser does not create popping noices.

Is there a fix for it ?

Best regards, Michel

Asked by micheln1986 1 month ago

Last reply by jscher2000 3 days ago

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"View Image Info" missing

I was recently automatically upgraded to a new version of Firefox (87.0). Now when I right-click on an image "View Image Info" is no longer available. How do I get it bac… (read more)

I was recently automatically upgraded to a new version of Firefox (87.0). Now when I right-click on an image "View Image Info" is no longer available. How do I get it back? I'm a webmaster, and this feature is very important to me. Thanks.

Asked by bhartford 3 weeks ago

Answered by bhartford 2 weeks ago

hard to find Firefox bug reporting procedure

I got a new little start-up error from Firefox (I only have one GPU - AMD/ATI RV620 FirePro 2450): $ firefox [GFX1-]: More than 1 GPU detected via PCI, cannot deduce ven… (read more)

I got a new little start-up error from Firefox (I only have one GPU - AMD/ATI RV620 FirePro 2450):

$ firefox [GFX1-]: More than 1 GPU detected via PCI, cannot deduce vendor [GFX1-]: PCI candidate 0x1002/0x95cd [GFX1-]: PCI candidate 0x1002/0x95cd

I want to report this new little Firefox bug. I used the Firefox menu "Help | Submit Feedback" but it tells me:

"Please check back soon: We've paused submissions to this form so that we can improve how we collect feedback. Looking for support for Firefox or another product from Mozilla? Just head to Support.Mozilla.org"

Many people would stop right there, but I kept trying.

As instructed, I went to https://support.mozilla.org/ and got the "Search Support" page.

I used ^F and searched for the word "bug" on that page. Nothing. I searched for "report" and only found "Report Trademark Abuse".

Many people would stop right there, but I kept trying.

Under "Get Help" I selected "Firefox" which led me here to "Firefox Support":

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/products/firefox

I again ^F searched for the word "bug" on that page. Nothing. I again searched for "report" and only found "Report Trademark Abuse".

Many people would stop right there, but I kept trying.

In the search box I typed "how do I report a Firefox bug". The top item on the first page of 246 pages returned was "How do I submit a bug for Firefox Sync?" but nothing about reporting a bug for Firefox itself.

Many people would stop right there, and I did.

Nobody is going to go looking through the other 245 pages of search results to find out how.

Why do you make it so hard to report a Firefox bug? Why isn't the answer to that obvious question the top search result on the Firefox Support page? Why do I even need to search for it at all -- it should be right on the page: "How to report a bug in Firefox"

(NOTE: This is not a request asking how to report the bug. I know how. This is a request asking you to fix the web site so that *finding* how to report a bug is easier. Much easier. If you want a great product, make it easy for your users to give you feedback.) I should probably submit this via Bugzilla but you disabled my account due to "inactivity" so I can't.

Asked by Ian! D. Allen 2 weeks ago

Last reply by Ian! D. Allen 2 weeks ago

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We are sorry, but you do not have access to Google Maps. Please contact your Organization Administrator for access.

I have used/accessed Google Maps for years - so many I can't remember and now today I get this message We are sorry, but you do not have access to Google Maps. Please con… (read more)

I have used/accessed Google Maps for years - so many I can't remember and now today I get this message

We are sorry, but you do not have access to Google Maps. Please contact your Organization Administrator for access.

Is this a FireFox muck up or what?

Asked by Bill 1 week ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 week ago

Numerous Random Script Conflicts Disabling Browser

Hello, This is my version of a Firefox usability review for 2021. I have a fresh install of Windows 10 Pro, on new hardware, and run identical add-ons and extensions in b… (read more)

Hello,

This is my version of a Firefox usability review for 2021.

I have a fresh install of Windows 10 Pro, on new hardware, and run identical add-ons and extensions in both Firefox and Chrome most recent versions (auto-update).

For the last few years about 10% of all websites I visit weekly have some kind of functionality that does not work in Firefox, but does work in Chrome. This forces users (at least me) in to the arms of another browser, because Chrome *always* works.

Today, I couldn't lookup a license key on Kaspersky's website due to a 'Cross-Origin Request Blocked:' error. Result was; key not found. Switching to Chrome, I had my key in seconds. This kind of problem happens A LOT.

I get frustrated because either the security level of Firefox is insanely high and unforgiving, or Chrome is completely unsafe. But we know that's not true either. Why am I safe in Chrome, but not in Firefox when viewing the exact same web pages? My anti-virus isn't enough?

As websites lean more and more heavily on scripts, Firefox becomes more and more unusable for me.

To be clear, I am a network admin who has been experiencing these security SNAFU's in Firefox that require switching to Chrome in order to compete registration, fill out some forms, or access some kind of AJAX type info or CDN files, that is extremely frustrating when you don't want to use Google's spy tool, Chrome.

I DO appreciate the Firefox browser, and its developers. This is just an FYI - no reply needed.

Asked by jim258 1 week ago

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Firefox doesn't load several pages

Hello, since a few days Firefox does not load several pages. I can browse normaly but pages like "https://www.etsy.com/" stay white. Also on my old phone (Android 7.0) i … (read more)

Hello,

since a few days Firefox does not load several pages. I can browse normaly but pages like "https://www.etsy.com/" stay white.

Also on my old phone (Android 7.0) i have to restart firefox since a week or so because the app wouldn't load any page anymore. The issue looks the same on my desktop version. I press enter, there is a small reaction for loading but then it stops and there is no site, just the background.

What can be the cause?

I use firefox many years now and there was never such problem.

Asked by lux144 1 week ago

Answered by lux144 1 week ago

Unable to log in to Charles Schwab website

For at least the last 2 months I have had issues trying to log in to Charles Schwab, at either of these pages- https://client.schwab.com/Login/SignOn/CustomerCenterLogin.… (read more)

For at least the last 2 months I have had issues trying to log in to Charles Schwab, at either of these pages-

https://client.schwab.com/Login/SignOn/CustomerCenterLogin.aspx https://www.schwab.com/public/schwab/client_home

I use Firefox to save my login and after completing the user and login fields and clicking "Log in" the login/password fields go blank and I get this error message in red-

"Feature temporarily unavailable"

Clearing cookies and cache, re-starting browser and entering password manually do not help. I can login just fine using Internet Explorer. I also can log in outside of business hours (late evening) after 2 or 3 tries, also can log in on a different PC with Firefox (configured the same).

I have the following plugins- uBlock, DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials and Ghostery- all of which are disabled for Schwab domains (schwab.com, client.schwab.com, lms.schwab.com).

Schwab's technical support figure there is something going wrong with Firefox but are unable to figure it out.

Any ideas? Thanks for helping.

Asked by mk869 1 week ago

Last reply by cor-el 6 days ago

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Some Form Text Boxes On Website Do Not Appear Using Firefox

I use a website (u-bill.com) to access my Product and Account information for software I purchased. To find my purchase I need to enter my email address and 1 of 3 other … (read more)

I use a website (u-bill.com) to access my Product and Account information for software I purchased. To find my purchase I need to enter my email address and 1 of 3 other items of information: Last 4 digits of CC; Order ID Nr; or Password. I am able to enter my email address but the text boxes for the other 3 do not appear. This only happens when I use Firefox as it is my preferred browser. I am able to enter the information in the form using Chrome. A search of possible fixes suggested disabling "hardware acceleration". I tried that and it did not work. Today was the first time I tried to access this information although I have had the account for 1 year so I do not know if Firefox ever was able to access it. I am using Firefox V 87.0 (64 Bit) and Windows 10. Here are two screen shots: #1 is the form using Firefox. #2 is the form using Chrome.

Asked by bruceburns12 1 week ago

Answered by ·´¯`·...¸>-)))º> ~dbben 6 days ago

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Scotiabank log in issues

For a number of days now I can not log into Scotia Bank online but I can with Safari so I know the site is not down. Once I try to enter I get this msg Sorry, we couldn'… (read more)

For a number of days now I can not log into Scotia Bank online but I can with Safari so I know the site is not down. Once I try to enter I get this msg Sorry, we couldn't complete your request Sign in to online banking or our mobile banking app to continue. With an under construction icon. I have tried deleting recent history and have restarted Firefox but no change I love Firefox and it is my goto browser but something is wrong here. I have also tried to enter using firefoc from a different computer....same issue.

Anne Gourlay-Langlois

Asked by jagourlay 1 week ago

Answered by cor-el 1 week ago

Compatibility: an increasing number of websites and features do not work in Firefox on Linux

I believe everyone has a right to choose the browser and operating system they use. I choose to use Firefox because I care about my privacy, and because of features like … (read more)

I believe everyone has a right to choose the browser and operating system they use. I choose to use Firefox because I care about my privacy, and because of features like multi-account containers - as a software developer these are non-negotiable. I choose to use Linux for similar reasons, and many Linux distributions come with Firefox preinstalled as a default browser. In light of recent changes to Google's data collection through Chrome, I am more than ever committed to using Firefox as my only browser.

However over the last year or so, I have noticed an increasing number of websites or features on websites have stopped working in Firefox on Linux, forcing me to use Chrome against my wishes. Examples include the entirety of the Australian government's MyGov website; the phone call feature in Slack; and Google Meet meetings (no audio). I know people who use Firefox on other operating systems and they have not had these problems, so I can only assume that the issue is specific to Firefox on Linux.

I am not trying to suggest that Mozilla is responsible for this in any way - if Google or Slack or the government refuse to support Firefox on Linux, that's their responsibility, not Mozilla's. However, I am not convinced that the lack of support is intentional, or that it isn't a quirk of the particular Linux distribution I use or the version of Firefox included in the package manager. Any advice would be appreciated.

My Firefox version is 84.0.1, and my Linux distribution is KDE Neon User Edition 5.21 which uses Ubuntu 20.04 under the hood.

Asked by loathgrim 1 week ago

Last reply by loathgrim 3 days ago