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Unable to connect to website

Hmm. We’re having trouble finding that site. We can’t connect to the server at newtrade.sharekhan.com. If that address is correct, here are three other things you can try… (læs mere)

Hmm. We’re having trouble finding that site.

We can’t connect to the server at newtrade.sharekhan.com.

If that address is correct, here are three other things you can try:

   Try again later.
   Check your network connection.
   If you are connected but behind a firewall, check that Firefox has permission to access the Web.

Asked by sayeed2205 1 uge siden

Last reply by FredMcD 6 dage siden

<Home page being hijacked>

Even I have already set my home page as www.google.com (or even blank page), my browser is still directed to this website: https://www.newduba.cn/?f=qd_foxdh&ft=gjloc… (læs mere)

Even I have already set my home page as www.google.com (or even blank page), my browser is still directed to this website: https://www.newduba.cn/?f=qd_foxdh&ft=gjlock&--type=0&pid=1000

I have reinstalled the browser but nth changed. Appreciated if anyone provides help! Thanks :)

Asked by rice_kong 1 uge siden

Last reply by McCoy 1 uge siden

Flash permissions are not saved

I have been trying to save Flash permissions for a website, but every time I visit it Firefox has disabled Flash again. The interface seems to have changed so that there … (læs mere)

I have been trying to save Flash permissions for a website, but every time I visit it Firefox has disabled Flash again. The interface seems to have changed so that there isn’t any way to “Always Allow”. This is a dictionary I will be visiting a lot, so it’s incredibly annoying. How can I fix this?

Asked by Moilleadóir 1 uge siden

Last reply by McCoy 1 uge siden

How do I change ssl proxy settings?

I'm trying to set up i2p router on Firefox, which requires me to set the proxy settings for SSL. When I go to the network settings and manually change the proxy settings,… (læs mere)

I'm trying to set up i2p router on Firefox, which requires me to set the proxy settings for SSL. When I go to the network settings and manually change the proxy settings, there's an option for HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP proxy. In the screenshot that the i2p guide shows, there's an option to set the FTP proxy, but I don't see this under my network settings.

Asked by WaddleDee 1 uge siden

Last reply by Wesley Branton 1 uge siden

My logins are still available, even after I cleared "Everything" history; signed out of my Fox sync account; cleared "Cookies and Site Data"

My logins (username/email addresses & Passwords) are still available, even after I cleared "Everything" history; signed out of my Fox sync account; cleared "Cookies a… (læs mere)

My logins (username/email addresses & Passwords) are still available, even after I cleared "Everything" history; signed out of my Fox sync account; cleared "Cookies and Site Data".

So for example, after doing the above, I'm now logged out of my gmail account, but if someone steps in front of the computer I was using, runs Firefox, and goes to Gmail.com, they can see all the gmail accounts I have and can log in to them.

How can I remove all logins from the Firefox browser on the public computer?

Firefox 76.0 Windows 10

Asked by Mozilla cheese 1 uge siden

Last reply by cor-el 1 uge siden

Clarify Extended Validation

I am trying to establish that a Web site uses Extended Validation as described in [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/.../how-do-i-tell-if-my-connection-is-secure]. It … (læs mere)

I am trying to establish that a Web site uses Extended Validation as described in [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/.../how-do-i-tell-if-my-connection-is-secure]. It says:

"For sites using EV certificates, the legal company or organization name and location of the website owner displays when you click the gray padlock."

Here is a site that I am highly confident uses extended validation. You can read this for more details on why this matters a great deal read this for more details on why this matters a great deal. When I click on the gray padlock, I get a simple pop-up that doesn't display the legal company/org name or location of the web site! But it does show a gray padlock, green text "Connection Secure", and a clickable right-arrow. I then click on "more information", then "View Certificate" to finally get org details...but I still have no idea if this is an EV certificate! The only clue may be the detail "Extended Key Usages" "Purposes: Server Authentication, Client Authentication". I want to conclude that this means this is an EV certificate, but I am unable to find any documentation from Firefox/Mozilla that proves that this is an EV certificate. I suppose I could phone the organization and manually verify their details vs. what it says on the certificate, but this is a lot of work! Worse, for large organizations that go by different names and addresses, it could be a legit connection to the org's Web server, but what they tell me on the phone still might not match what the certificate says.

Can anybody shed light on this? How can I easily verify that this is an EV certificate?

I am currently running Firefox 76.0.1 (64-bit) on Win 7.

Previously, Firefox made this easy by displaying a green padlock symbol. Some Firefox forks still do, such as the *current* version of Tor Browser which is 9.0.10 (based on Mozilla Firefox 68.8.0esr) (32-bit).

Why did Firefox stop displaying the green padlock?

Asked by John H. 1 uge siden

Last reply by cor-el 1 uge siden

My logins were revoked - I reset my password, and all saved passowrds have disappeared

I'm scared af. Hundreds of password are saved on my firefox. My active logins were revoked and I had to reset the password to login to my firefox on windows. Turns out al… (læs mere)

I'm scared af. Hundreds of password are saved on my firefox. My active logins were revoked and I had to reset the password to login to my firefox on windows. Turns out all my passwords are gone.

I have no email from firefox notifying of the suspicious login.

What I can do?

Asked by mastsethi 1 uge siden

Last reply by jscher2000 1 uge siden

How to keep a private tab from carrying over information to other private tabs?

Whenever I log into my google account in a private tab, it also opens it for every other private account I create after that. I have to completely close firefox for it to… (læs mere)

Whenever I log into my google account in a private tab, it also opens it for every other private account I create after that. I have to completely close firefox for it to stop. If I log out in one of the private tabs, it logs me out of all of them. How do I stop this?

Asked by Khalid Mohamoud 1 uge siden

Last reply by cor-el 1 uge siden

firefox login username and password breached

i think my firefox login got hacked by spammer/hacker/fisher. NOW HOW DO I KNOW THIS? i got extortion email with my Firefox login and password. NOTE:i did't use same pas… (læs mere)

i think my firefox login got hacked by spammer/hacker/fisher. NOW HOW DO I KNOW THIS? i got extortion email with my Firefox login and password. NOTE:i did't use same password twice so there is no chance that he got password from another site/software/service

attached screenshot contains my Firefox account user mail with my old Firefox password now as web professional i know things about spam email but spam email with username and password is not a joke?

Asked by rahul.paranjape for 1 måned siden

Last reply by maleckbes 1 uge siden

why are adds blocked on hulu by firefox

I seem to having the same issues , that really need to be dealt with , Hulu adds aren't playing on my laptop I have been in settings , I do have any add blocking extenion… (læs mere)

I seem to having the same issues , that really need to be dealt with , Hulu adds aren't playing on my laptop I have been in settings , I do have any add blocking extenions whatever you see I am so fraustrated I can't even type cause I have been working on this for hours and no resolutions , Please can someone help me before I throw my computer out the window,,, lol,,,, I know I am not the only one feeling this type of fraustration,,, you would think that Hulu could help better with this issue to as well , knowing that their customers are having these problems . There is not enough info from Hulu to help solve this concern . I have tried everything nothing works,,,,

Asked by Rhyanna 1 uge siden

Last reply by McCoy 1 uge siden

Why are all authentication codes for enabling two-step authentication considered invalid?

I've been trying to enable two-step authentication, but Firefox doesn't recognize any code provided by Google or Microsoft Authenticator. I also tried to input the code m… (læs mere)

I've been trying to enable two-step authentication, but Firefox doesn't recognize any code provided by Google or Microsoft Authenticator. I also tried to input the code manually but the error is the same: "invalid code". And I did a search and found that other people are having the same problem.

When will this be fixed?

Asked by Fred 1 uge siden

Last reply by cor-el 1 uge siden

unable to fully clear cache, stop automatic updates, privacy settings do not work, popups are not being blocked

After my Firefox took a 'ninja update' I was not able to keep the cache clear and even though it was set to clear my cache on exit when i would open a fresh instance of f… (læs mere)

After my Firefox took a 'ninja update' I was not able to keep the cache clear and even though it was set to clear my cache on exit when i would open a fresh instance of firefox it would have items in the cache. nothing I would do would correct this even completely removing Firefox, the profiles, and reinstalling it. Reinstalling it is turning out to be my biggest mistake. Instead of the version 63 installing, which is what my installer was for the installer is only installing the most recent buggy version My version 63 had updates turned off, it should not have taken an update but it did even though the updates were turned off FOR security. I even had the registry set to block from HKLM When I am 'browsing' the internet I am logged into my machine with a user account that can't even make any changes. The current version (76.0.1) is having the same problems that plagued me before after this 'ninja update', the cache will not fully clear. When I open firefox it is showing it has items cached. There should be NOTHING in the cache when it opens, I do not have a home page set, there are no links set to open at startup and no connections should be made. The popup blocker is not only not blocking any popups it is opening them in new windows The machine does not have a virus or malware. Why is firefox so insecure now? The whole idea of using firefox was to be using a secure browser and just a browser it is not supposed to be integrated into the operating system it is not supposed to be interacting with the operating system it is supposed to be an internet browser. Without the ability to prevent this automatic communication and block unwanted traffic from it we may as well be using Internet Explorer, Edge or Chrome. How do we install one of the older more secure versions of Firefox without it automatically updating at the time of the install? How do we actually block the automatic communication? How do we block popups as the popup blocker does not work at all? (it worked beautifully in version 63) How do we get it to clear the cache at exit and open with the cache at 0?

Asked by sh00p3r 1 uge siden

Last reply by FredMcD 1 uge siden