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hi Suggestion to you from me.

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I'll propose it here for the first time. I am a smartphone I don't have it, but can you register it with firefox as one of the security things you don't have? Because the browser constantly asks me to sign up for my android. Is it mysterious? I don't have an i-phone or another smartphone. Would this support be proof that someone is accessing it using my account? There have been a lot of suspicious accesses to my PC these days, and no matter how hard I try, I can't prevent it. So I have a suggestion for you. I want you to increase the hardness of security by registering that firefox users do not have smartphones. That way, you can block suspicious access to my PC and not feel uncomfortable. Can you know how unpleasant I am? I live in Japan. My PC terminal is connected to the corporate terminal of Osaka City Hall. Before I knew it. I just used Osaka City Hall for work! I don't live in this city. This criminal is probably using android. Register that the user does not have a smartphone and block from these things

Would you like to do it?

Thank you for reading.

I'll propose it here for the first time. I am a smartphone I don't have it, but can you register it with firefox as one of the security things you don't have? Because the browser constantly asks me to sign up for my android. Is it mysterious? I don't have an i-phone or another smartphone. Would this support be proof that someone is accessing it using my account? There have been a lot of suspicious accesses to my PC these days, and no matter how hard I try, I can't prevent it. So I have a suggestion for you. I want you to increase the hardness of security by registering that firefox users do not have smartphones. That way, you can block suspicious access to my PC and not feel uncomfortable. Can you know how unpleasant I am? I live in Japan. My PC terminal is connected to the corporate terminal of Osaka City Hall. Before I knew it. I just used Osaka City Hall for work! I don't live in this city. This criminal is probably using android. Register that the user does not have a smartphone and block from these things Would you like to do it? Thank you for reading.

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oh...sorry...I am not smartphone.

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I don't quite understand your issue. Are you saying you think your computer was hacked?


You may have ad/mal-ware. Further information can be found in this article; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-caused-malware?cache=no

Run most or all of the listed free to use malware scanners. Each works differently. If one program misses something, another may pick it up.

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Hi Chiyomiya, how are you?

  1. If you have third-party access to your account, immediately go to https://accounts.firefox.com/
  2. Change your password, make sure you create a strong one with at least 8 characters, but I recommend using 20 characters or more and random characters
  3. After that, enable Two-step authentication for your best security
  4. When you're done, but not necessary, make sure the email you use for Firefox isn't being hacked either.

I hope everything goes well

Modified by Felipe Koji