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I have a problem with an altered timestamp on my error report, was wondering if i could get anyone to help?

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Mozilla crashed about 15 mins into a timed online assessment for my university course which i cannot repeat. On attempting to get info on the crash, so that my university could see that i wasn't lying about the time of the crash and the website i was on, the time stamp changed to when i clicked on the link for more detailed info.

I was wondering if there was anywhere i could get the original time stamp as the time seems to have changed on my about:crashes page as well.

Urgent help would be most appreciated.

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hello abital, in about:crashes click on the crash ID in question to open it on the crash-stats.mozilla.com website & switch to the "Metadata" tab. there you will find a field named CrashTime which holds then time when the crash originally occurred in the form of a Unix timestamp. you can convert that value to a human-readable format through a service like www.epochconverter.com

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hello abital, in about:crashes click on the crash ID in question to open it on the crash-stats.mozilla.com website & switch to the "Metadata" tab. there you will find a field named CrashTime which holds then time when the crash originally occurred in the form of a Unix timestamp. you can convert that value to a human-readable format through a service like www.epochconverter.com

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