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opening comcast email sends message with a warning and "get the heck out of here" I am now using Safari without problem. Would like to continue to use Firefox

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When I open Comcast in Firefox to check my email, a message box opens up and tells me there are some security issues with a "get the heck out of here" or if I choose to ignore the warning, it tells me it is likely someone is trying to get into the account?? Something like that....

When I open Comcast in Firefox to check my email, a message box opens up and tells me there are some security issues with a "get the heck out of here" or if I choose to ignore the warning, it tells me it is likely someone is trying to get into the account?? Something like that....

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the-edmeister
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Support for Firefox 5.0.1 ended a couple of years ago.

Download the latest Firefox 24.0 version from here.
http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all.html

Then uninstall your current version and install Firefox 24.0.

Support for Firefox 5.0.1 ended a couple of years ago. Download the latest Firefox 24.0 version from here. <br /> http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all.html Then uninstall your current version and install Firefox 24.0.