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Why do I have to keep signing into Firefox every few hours on one computer and once a day on another?

I generally have two laptops running constantly throughout the day. On one, I sign in once, maybe twice per day. On the other, it seems I'm signing in anywhere from every… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I generally have two laptops running constantly throughout the day. On one, I sign in once, maybe twice per day. On the other, it seems I'm signing in anywhere from every 30 minutes to 2 hours. All settings on both Win 10 April Update are exactly the same. Please advise.

Gefragt von Bill H vor 3 Jahren

Beantwortet von Bill H vor 3 Jahren

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Just recently I've noticed that cookies from websites other than Google (e.g yahoo, etc) are not showing up in my privacy settings anymore. I was wondering why?

Just recently I've noticed that cookies from websites other than Google (e.g yahoo, etc) are not showing up in my privacy settings anymore. I was wondering why? I have th… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Just recently I've noticed that cookies from websites other than Google (e.g yahoo, etc) are not showing up in my privacy settings anymore. I was wondering why?

I have the "Tell websites I do not want to be tracked" checked (had this before as well). But before, I was still able to see the cookies from every site I've been too. Now only google's cookies show up even though I've been to other sites and able to log in to them

Gefragt von masterori vor 8 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von cor-el vor 8 Jahren

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firefox doesn't remove expired cookies

I thought that all expired cookies should be deleted automatically by the browser. but that is not the way it happens in my Firefox (same behaviour for different web-sit… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I thought that all expired cookies should be deleted automatically by the browser. but that is not the way it happens in my Firefox (same behaviour for different web-sites).

closing Firefox and even reboot of the computer don't help. the only way to remove expired cookies from Firefox is: by hand (which means I have to choose cookie in Privacy Tab of Firefox Options and press button 'Delete cookie').

well, the good news: expired cookies are ignored by the servers (tested with user script through my virtual server) but for unknown reason still continue to be stored idle in Firefox.

Is that the way it should work?

Gefragt von alexey095 vor 7 Jahren

Beantwortet von cor-el vor 7 Jahren

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I am unable to connect to my Verizon Fios home page from Firefox. Never had this problem before

As of today, February 9, 2015 I am unable to connect to my Verizon Fios home page. When I click on the Firefox icon to open the browser, my bookmarks appear, etc. bit i… (Lesen Sie mehr)

As of today, February 9, 2015 I am unable to connect to my Verizon Fios home page. When I click on the Firefox icon to open the browser, my bookmarks appear, etc. bit it will not connect to My Verizon home page. I am able to go to all the web sites that I want to but I cannot connect to Verizon. I called Verizon but they weren't able to help me, unfortunately. I hope that someone here will be able explain how to resolve this.

I tried using Google Chrome and was able to connect to Verizon's Email and News, therefore, I presume that this is a problem with Mozilla Firefox.

Thank you.

carol

Gefragt von Carol101 vor 6 Jahren

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Login details keep resetting Also browser doesn't find my proper location

Ok I've made a previous post that lead to no actual help that fixed the problem. I've had this issue in the past and the fix for that issue fixed this same problem then b… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Ok I've made a previous post that lead to no actual help that fixed the problem. I've had this issue in the past and the fix for that issue fixed this same problem then but isn't now.

I keep getting logged out of sites sometimes while I'm there typing a message on facebook or a forum so when I try to post it says I must login after I already logged in. This is a severe PITA! I've uninstalled completely with removing all folders etc about 3-4 times now and the problem keeps coming back shortly after reinstalling. If this problem doesn't get fixed I'm done with FF.

This problem started after I did a fresh reload of my computer. The browser also keeps resetting my location to somewhere 20-30 miles away which is also a PITA when trying to check store inventory etc.

It would be great if Mozilla actually had a contact us email instead of the forums because this problem isn't getting any better and the help I've received so far has not even put a nudge in the problem.

Gefragt von scgt1 vor 5 Jahren

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I have a cookie I can't account for, t8wr8l5d5ra.goip.de, that comes back every time I delete it, and I was wondering what I should do about it?

I have a cookie I can't account for, t8wr8l5d5ra.goip.de that comes back every time I delete it from "Manage Cookie and Site Data", and I was wondering what I should do… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I have a cookie I can't account for, t8wr8l5d5ra.goip.de that comes back every time I delete it from "Manage Cookie and Site Data", and I was wondering what I should do about it? Thank you.

Gefragt von Briedis vor 3 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von Shadow110 vor 3 Jahren

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Firefox keeps me logged IN until I restart it, even after website log off. Why ?

Hello, I use Firefox 35.0.1. I set up the options to never keep the cookies. The issue : I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webm… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Hello,

I use Firefox 35.0.1. I set up the options to never keep the cookies.

The issue : I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webmail. I go back to the mail page of the webmail, and I am logged in !

Other test : I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webmail. I close Firefox. I re open firefox, I go back to the mail page of the webmail, and I have to enter my credentials (that is normal)

Other test : I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webmail. I force Firefox to remove the cookies, but I keep Firefox opened. I go back to the mail page of the webmail, and I have to enter my credentials (that is normal)


Other test : I tried to reproduce the issue with another Internet Browser (the "e" one). I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webmail. I go back to the mail page of the webmail, and I have to enter my credentials.

So, it seems not to be a webmail configuration, as another browser behaves normally.

Is there something that i have not thought about ?

Thank you for your help

Gefragt von whiser vor 6 Jahren

Beantwortet von whiser vor 6 Jahren

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Homepage and boomarks reset to years ago. Passwords lost.

So I reset firefox after it suggested it'd been running slowly, it had been, said passwords, book marks and such would all be saved so I did this, went straight back on a… (Lesen Sie mehr)

So I reset firefox after it suggested it'd been running slowly, it had been, said passwords, book marks and such would all be saved so I did this, went straight back on and everything seemed fine accept that my new tab pages had been reset to new, but this seemed fine considering bookmarks and passwords were all still there. Come on today and it's applying updates to the plugins, it starts out half fill and after a few mins is still stuck at half so I close it, silly of me perhaps, then load up firefox and it works fine until my homepage is Miniclips... It hasn't been that for a good few years, my bookmarks have also returned to what they were a few years ago, potentially passwords might've as well e.g. all current passwords are lost.

Gefragt von bobemor vor 5 Jahren

Beantwortet von jscher2000 vor 5 Jahren

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Can't sign out of this website

I am new to the forum have posted one question already but now I have discovered another problem. I can't sign out of Mozilla Support. This just started happening today … (Lesen Sie mehr)

I am new to the forum have posted one question already but now I have discovered another problem. I can't sign out of Mozilla Support. This just started happening today and the only way I can sign out is if I clear the cookies. I have already tried safe mode for Firefox but that didn't work and I can sign out in a different browser like Google Chrome. I am allowing cookies but blocking third party cookies.

If anyone gots any suggestions please help and Thanks in advance.

Gefragt von exhaust23 vor 5 Jahren

Beantwortet von exhaust23 vor 5 Jahren

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Cannot login into Microsoft or Outlook account when using Firefox.

When I try to login to my Outlook or Microsoft account I get a message that says " cookies must be accepted please enable cookies". Cookies are enabled exactly like Micr… (Lesen Sie mehr)

When I try to login to my Outlook or Microsoft account I get a message that says " cookies must be accepted please enable cookies".

 Cookies are enabled exactly like Microsoft wants but I still cannot login

Gefragt von Glock10 vor 4 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von cor-el vor 4 Jahren

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Strange hexadecimal cookie that keeps coming back

There's a strange cookie with a long hexadecimal name that keeps showing up in my CCleaner cookies list (see image). The cookie shows up a few seconds after I launch Fire… (Lesen Sie mehr)

There's a strange cookie with a long hexadecimal name that keeps showing up in my CCleaner cookies list (see image).

The cookie shows up a few seconds after I launch Firefox, even before I visit any sites. When I run CCleaner, the cookie goes away, but it comes back again the next time I launch Firefox. CCleaner shows the Firefox icon at the bottom of the cookie windows, but, oddly, the cookie does not appear in the cookies list in Firefox settings.

What is this strange cookie, and how do I make it go away?

Gefragt von Jon9 vor 3 Jahren

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cookies not being removed on shutdown

Firefox 63.0...when shutting down cookies/storage is not being automatically removed. Further, when reviewing the Preferences page, trying to delete cookies from there do… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Firefox 63.0...when shutting down cookies/storage is not being automatically removed. Further, when reviewing the Preferences page, trying to delete cookies from there does not work either.

However, clicking on "History" in the Menu bar and then removing history from there DOES work.

Clearly this is not right.

FYI, I have read many possible solutions and have found nothing that works. I have tried using a fresh Profile and have just done a complete uninstall/re-install and the problem still persists.

I would appreciate a solution to this but it looks like a "bug" to me.

Gefragt von simonalberta vor 2 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von simonalberta vor 2 Jahren

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save cookies only for selected (whitelisted) sites

I have consciously transitioned from Chrome to FF for Privacy reasons, but find myself with a problem now. When i close the browser i have set it to delete all the cookie… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I have consciously transitioned from Chrome to FF for Privacy reasons, but find myself with a problem now. When i close the browser i have set it to delete all the cookies. I want however to make exceptions for certain sites like i did with Chrome so that when i go back to LinkedIn or YouTube i don't have to go through the 2-step login process which is quite annoying if you have to do that multiple times per day as you can imagine. not having been able to find a definite answer on how to do that (yes, i did read multiple support articles) i turn to you to for help Is there a whitelist option to handle exceptions per domain for deleting cookies?

Gefragt von ronald4 vor 1 Jahr

Beantwortet von ronald4 vor 1 Jahr

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Cookies required to use Firefox

Getting Cookies required to use Firefox To continue signing in using Firefox, allow cookies to be stored on this device. You might see this screen more than once. messag… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Getting Cookies required to use Firefox To continue signing in using Firefox, allow cookies to be stored on this device. You might see this screen more than once.

message after the upgrade and it's very frustrating that mozilla push these updates without testing them properly. What I did -Tried adding an exception with allow for Cookies -Changed Standard mode to Custom - Tried with private browsing - Cleared cache - Switched off Tracking and protection for this website as well as opencart.zendesk.com

Nothing helped. On chrome it works. How to fix this ?

It is really irritating when things does not work seamlessly. I've been using FF for more than a decade and got used to it now I can't shift to Chrome kindly help me resolve this

Gefragt von sweatbar vor 4 Monaten

Beantwortet von jscher2000 vor 4 Monaten

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Gmail error message "We've detected a problem with your cookie settings." Tried everything...

THIS IS THE PAGE: Google We've detected a problem with your cookie settings. Enable cookies Make sure your cookies are enabled. To enable cookies, follow these browser-sp… (Lesen Sie mehr)

THIS IS THE PAGE:

Google We've detected a problem with your cookie settings.

Enable cookies Make sure your cookies are enabled. To enable cookies, follow these browser-specific instructions.

Clear cache and cookies If you have cookies enabled but are still having trouble, clear your browser's cache and cookies.

Adjust your privacy settings If clearing your cache and cookies doesn't resolve the problem, try adjusting your browser's privacy settings. If your settings are on high, manually add www.google.com to your list of allowed sites. Learn more

©2013 Google - Google Home - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy - Help


i have done everything listed here so many times and nothing is fixing this. Made sure cookies were enabled, cleared cache and cookies, made sure Gmail was approved in security settings, and then as a last ditch effort, I disabled all add-ons for Firefox and still no Gmail... I was so desperate that I even re-installed ff-19 and still cannot get into my email account. What is going on here? Any help or small nudge in the correct direction would be much appreciated!

Gefragt von Jessarie vor 8 Jahren

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Mozilla Firefox has my location wrong how can I correct or disable it.

It appears that most sites get my location from Mozilla Firefox. It is constantly incorrect and moves around. Today it was someplace in Texas and I live in Ohio. This … (Lesen Sie mehr)

It appears that most sites get my location from Mozilla Firefox. It is constantly incorrect and moves around. Today it was someplace in Texas and I live in Ohio. This is a desktop computer and doesn't move. I have set it on several sites and I don't delete my cookies but somewhere along the line it gets changed. It appears it gets changed in my Mozilla Firefox. I know you go off the dsl location or something but it just doesn't work. Even when it gets me in Ohio it's constantly a different city. How can I get a permanent location in Mozilla Firefox or disable the location finder in Mozilla Firefox?

Gefragt von amznrandy vor 6 Jahren

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No longer allowed the options to allow, allow for session, or block a cookie when I go to a website

When I go to any website the cookies for the website are automatically allowed. I no longer have the ability to 'allow', 'allow for session', or block a cookie when I fir… (Lesen Sie mehr)

When I go to any website the cookies for the website are automatically allowed. I no longer have the ability to 'allow', 'allow for session', or block a cookie when I first go to a website. I used to be able to do so.

Tools->Options->Privacy->History is set to 'use custom settings for history'. I've never allowed third party cookies.

This has happened on 6 XP PCs. I hope this is not an 'enhancement'.

Gefragt von trdcsfd vor 5 Jahren

Beantwortet von cor-el vor 5 Jahren

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Like many other users I have found the option of "ask every time" re cookies to be very useful and was concerned of it's removal.

As annoying as it may have been at times the option (ask every time) afforded by Firefox is one of the main reasons I have used this browser for so long. I learned many y… (Lesen Sie mehr)

As annoying as it may have been at times the option (ask every time) afforded by Firefox is one of the main reasons I have used this browser for so long. I learned many years ago that careful control and editing of cookies contributes greatly to the health of my computers. For instance I still use a box with Win2000Pro and Firefox for certain functions. Had I know the latest version had dropped the option I would not have allowed the update. I was suspect when several web launches from emails did not open the dialog today. As of now I have yet to see any explanation from Mozilla as to why this feature was omitted and have to side with some uses about possibly looking for another non IE option. A shame for as stated above my loyalty has been with FF for quite some time.

Gefragt von Zagamond vor 5 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von John99 vor 5 Jahren

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Deleted my cookies and cache, all website logins are wiped. They won't manually save the auto-logins anymore.

Feeling very very frustrated. I haven't deleted my history, cookies or cache in probably a year or more. I've now deleted just the cookies and cache (over 1gb worth) and … (Lesen Sie mehr)

Feeling very very frustrated. I haven't deleted my history, cookies or cache in probably a year or more. I've now deleted just the cookies and cache (over 1gb worth) and everytime I go to a website, I have to keep signing back in to those accounts. The accounts are NOT saving my login details.

Gefragt von Viamp vor 2 Jahren

Beantwortet von jscher2000 vor 2 Jahren