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During a recent reovery process my bookmarks were lost. Now they're encrypted and I'm not able toaccess them, How do I get them back??

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My computer wen through a recent recovery process. My bookmarks were supposed o be safe. However, they were lost and appear now as encrypted by Firefox. How can I get Firefox to allow me to recover my encrypted bookmarks?

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WMagicModel
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Hi myohoman1,

I'm sorry to hear your bookmarks disappearing on your Firefox web browser.

Have you tried checking to see if a new Profile was created? It might be worth looking into.

You could switch back by typing about:profiles in the address bar - > under your default profile click Set as default profile

If your recovery process involved refreshing Firefox there may be a Old Firefox Data saved on your desktop.

Hi myohoman1, I'm sorry to hear your bookmarks disappearing on your Firefox web browser. Have you tried checking to see if a new Profile was created? It might be worth looking into. * [[Profile Manager - Create, remove, or switch Firefox profiles]] You could switch back by typing about:profiles in the address bar - > under your default profile click '''Set as default profile ''' * [[Recover lost or missing Bookmarks]] If your recovery process involved refreshing Firefox there may be a '''Old Firefox Data''' saved on your desktop. * [[Refresh Firefox - reset add-ons and settings]]
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jscher2000
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Hi myohoman1, what do you mean by:

Now they're encrypted and I'm not able toaccess them

If you have a bookmark backup file with a name like

bookmarks-2019-09-30_1250_gibberish==.jsonlz4

they are definitely compressed but probably not encrypted. These .jsonlz4 files are meant to be restored to Firefox using the steps in the following article:

Restore bookmarks from backup or move them to another computer

However, a Restore completely replaces your current set of bookmarks. If you want to preserve what you have or see the contents first, I have a converter page which generates the HTML export format from the file:

https://www.jeffersonscher.com/ffu/bookbackreader.html

An HTML export file is brought into Firefox using the Import feature:

Import Bookmarks from an HTML file

An Import adds to your current bookmarks, it doesn't completely replace them.

Hi myohoman1, what do you mean by: <blockquote> Now they're encrypted and I'm not able toaccess them </blockquote> If you have a bookmark backup file with a name like bookmarks-2019-09-30_1250_''gibberish''==.jsonlz4 they are definitely compressed but probably not encrypted. These .jsonlz4 files are meant to be restored to Firefox using the steps in the following article: [[Restore bookmarks from backup or move them to another computer]] However, a Restore completely replaces your current set of bookmarks. If you want to preserve what you have or see the contents first, I have a converter page which generates the HTML export format from the file: https://www.jeffersonscher.com/ffu/bookbackreader.html An HTML export file is brought into Firefox using the Import feature: [[Import Bookmarks from an HTML file]] An Import adds to your current bookmarks, it doesn't completely replace them.
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