While perusing about:config(changed NOTHING!), i noticed an entry:"network.websocket.allowInsecureFromHTTPS"-should I be concerned? Sounds bad to me...
To be clear-- I've never edited any about:config entries before, without following explicit instructions to do so, by a trusted source(i.e., Firefox Help). Out of curiosity though, I like to browse the entries once in a while, and seem to have developed a "sixth sense" in detecting things that don't seem right. My "gut" is rarely wrong! The entry in question: "network.websocket.allowInsecureFromHTTPS" sure seems like a bad thing to me, I've never seen it before. Have I been hacked?(I've just updated FF, I have it set to update automatically) Does this signify compromised https pages that I visit?
hello, per default network.websocket.allowInsecureFromHTTPS should be set to false.Read this answer in context 1
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hello, per default network.websocket.allowInsecureFromHTTPS should be set to false.
Thanks, it is set to "false." You have put my mind at ease on that one!