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Cannot change password Site in Password Manager

I recently noticed a discrepancy in my email settings. All my email accounts show Server Settings > Server Name: inbound.att.net. However under Tools > Options >… (read more)

I recently noticed a discrepancy in my email settings. All my email accounts show Server Settings > Server Name: inbound.att.net.

However under Tools > Options > Passwords it shows: mailbox://pop.att.yahoo.com (mailbox://pop.att.yahoo.com)

I’ve deleted the “Saved Logins” entry for the inbound password & re-entered the Secure Key when prompted but it makes no difference. Is there a way to change this? All my email profiles work correctly, but should this be corrected for any security reasons?

The “Saved Logins” for the outbound passwords all show the proper outbound.att.net.

I also have an account with (name) at sbcglobal.net and later added (name) at att.net, using the same (name). Both exist if I access email on the ATT server using a browser, but only the att.net exists in Thunderbird.

If open the att.net email, under Tools > Options > Passwords it shows: mailbox://pop.att.yahoo.com (mailbox://pop.att.yahoo.com) and a Username showing (name) at sbcglobal.net

That Username is wrong because it no longer exists in Thunderbird. It should display (name) at att.net How can this be corrected?

Thanks for any suggestions

Asked by Mike109 6 hours ago

Cannot access my account due to email no longer exists

unfortunately the email that was previously associated with my account is no longer active so I am unable to sign into my Firefox account is there a way to switch the ema… (read more)

unfortunately the email that was previously associated with my account is no longer active so I am unable to sign into my Firefox account is there a way to switch the email so I can log in?

Asked by tedwards22890 10 hours ago

Last reply by tedwards22890 10 hours ago

Is it really so easy to break the Primary Password?

When being prompt for the primary password, I noticed that I can rapidly and endlessly type random combinations and press enter. There seems to never be any delay between… (read more)

When being prompt for the primary password, I noticed that I can rapidly and endlessly type random combinations and press enter. There seems to never be any delay between wrong entering of passwords. So it seems that even the most primitive application that would try all possible combinations rapidly, will break the password in few hours for the most. This does not even require any knowledge in hacking. Is this correct or am I missing something? If that is the case, then primary password is only worth when keeping the computer unattended for no more than few minutes.

Asked by Dor 2 days ago

Last reply by Dor 15 hours ago

Firefox won't show current website login password like it used to.

When logging on to a website it used to be possible to show the current password that is automatically being input. That is no longer possible it seems so now you have t… (read more)

When logging on to a website it used to be possible to show the current password that is automatically being input. That is no longer possible it seems so now you have to search the passwords for that website to locate it and then display it that way. But many times the current website is not saved under an obvious name. This makes it next to impossible to locate what used to be right in front of you (current website logon password). The worst is my current case where you lose your gmail password and try to locate it with a search of the passwords but since gmail address is the user name for 100's of websites there are 100's of results to try to find the gmail password. When it comes to Microsoft website there is zero results to Microsoft in the Firefox password search even though Firefox easily logs me in. Why did Firefox stop allowing the user to see the current password being input to websites. if they did not stop that access then I do not know how to do it anymore. Used to be a simple right click on the password field. Then you could go direct to the password manager location of that website.

Asked by alanduq 4 days ago

Last reply by alanduq 1 day ago

Digital certificate - ask you every time

"When a server requests your personal certificate" my preference is set to "Ask you every time" but Firefox is remembering the certificate I used last time for a site and… (read more)

"When a server requests your personal certificate" my preference is set to "Ask you every time" but Firefox is remembering the certificate I used last time for a site and does not allow me to select a different certificate. How can I change this please? My Firefox browser version is 84.0.2 (64 bit). Thanks

Asked by julie_jakings 1 day ago

Feature Request: Firefox doesn't display informative error for failed DoH requests

The great thing about DNS over HTTPS is that it's done at Application Layer. However, Firefox doesn't leverage this - producing a boilerplate response when DNS response f… (read more)

The great thing about DNS over HTTPS is that it's done at Application Layer. However, Firefox doesn't leverage this - producing a boilerplate response when DNS response failed.

I'm using NextDNS with P O R N category blocked, with https://dns.nextdns.io/XXXX as my TRR (and network.trr.mode is "3")

When NextDNS does its job and responds with Server failed, Firefox should be able to produce an informative response to the user, rather than "Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at P O R N .com." which is more about connectivity than DNS failure.

Feature Request: Firefox be more informative DoH DNS failures?

Stretch Feature Request: if network.trr.mode is "2", Firefox passively notifies user that preferred method failed.

Asked by Ferens 2 days ago

Default Container

Is it possible to have a default container? When I open a site in a container, if I then use the open window to go to a URL that I have not assigned a container to, i wou… (read more)

Is it possible to have a default container? When I open a site in a container, if I then use the open window to go to a URL that I have not assigned a container to, i would like this new site to open in a "default" container. I believe the Facebook container works like this, it only allows Facebook related sites to be opened in that container any other sites are open in a new window/tab. An example, if i open a bank URL in a "Banking" container, log off and click on another unrelated bookmark (say Mozilla help), It would be nice if it opened in a separate container I had assigned to be the default container.

Asked by bernie4 3 weeks ago

Last reply by bernie4 2 days ago

mozilladan her çıktığımda tüm şifrelerimi whatsapp web kare kodunu tekrar girmem gerekiyor

mozilladan her çıktığımda tüm şifrelerimi whatsapp web kare kodunu tekrar girmem gerekiyor I have to re-enter all my passwords whatsapp web QR code every time I exit mozi… (read more)

mozilladan her çıktığımda tüm şifrelerimi whatsapp web kare kodunu tekrar girmem gerekiyor

I have to re-enter all my passwords whatsapp web QR code every time I exit mozilla

Asked by umutcanbinn 3 days ago

Enable FIPS on macOS Big Sur

I'm trying to install and use a digital security certificate on my MacBook Air (2020). The OS is Big Sur 11.2.2 Currently, the certificate shows as installed, but I can't… (read more)

I'm trying to install and use a digital security certificate on my MacBook Air (2020). The OS is Big Sur 11.2.2

Currently, the certificate shows as installed, but I can't download a backup to install it on Thunderbird to use for digitally signing emails. The tutorial article from the digital certificate company seems to be for an older version of Firefox, or perhaps the Mac version is different enough that the steps don't line up. Either way, one of the steps is to "Enable FIPS" and I have not been able to do that. I can find the option to enable FIPS, but it is greyed out and I haven't been able to find any information on how to fix that.

Preferences/Privacy & Security / Security / Certificates / Security Devices

Clicking on the certificate itself in the Device Manager list shows the status as logged in and the options that are available on the right side are Log out, Change password, and Load, but Enable FIPS is grey.

Asked by sarah.robinson 3 days ago

locked out of log ins

Hi My usual access back into my university accounts via the firefox browser are being blocked. I have to keep clearing all history to get it to re-work - almost ready to … (read more)

Hi My usual access back into my university accounts via the firefox browser are being blocked. I have to keep clearing all history to get it to re-work - almost ready to go back to chrome - help me stay with firefox as I like it usually

Asked by seth.keen 4 days ago

Site Specific Browser isn't working anymore

I was very glad with SSB and use it a lot in my workflow but suddenly it stop working in the 86 version update. Now I know that it is no more supported and I started a da… (read more)

I was very glad with SSB and use it a lot in my workflow but suddenly it stop working in the 86 version update. Now I know that it is no more supported and I started a dangerous practice of installing 85 version and omit updates (in fact this is not too useful because I accidentally update my firefox two times and have to manually reinstall the 85 version). I now this was an experiment but is a shame they stop supporting this kind of progress. My question is, is there an alternative to SSB currently implemented? Which is the closer form of such experience that can I get from command line? I mean: features like new window, no toolbars, independent (no open links in the tabs of previously opened window), could it be resources independence too? Thanks you beforehand.

Asked by Ernesto Iglesias 4 days ago

Please help??

I have been dealing with a hacker for almost 2 months now and am extremely tired from it...I have done the whole secure your account... change passwords a jillion times..… (read more)

I have been dealing with a hacker for almost 2 months now and am extremely tired from it...I have done the whole secure your account... change passwords a jillion times...and the sad part is that it's my 31 year old son who insists that it's not him...and I know in my gut it is...it started with a according to him "one time remote accessing my security cameras" I can just feel the total opposite...he listens in on my phone calls... accesses my Gmail's...changes my settings and just recently has created an Android operating system...but he still insist it's not him...he always stays 2 steps ahead of me because he sees what I research and look up...please any advice would be great...I have Firefox and just very recently bought Mozilla VPN but don't want to install just for him to break into it...thanks for your time and sorry so long...

Asked by cjbass1968 5 days ago

Cannot import personal openpgp key in End2End encryption setting.

I cannot use OpenPGP encryption on one of my email addresses, because its private key does not appear in the End-to-End encryption of the account setting. Exactly, I can … (read more)

I cannot use OpenPGP encryption on one of my email addresses, because its private key does not appear in the End-to-End encryption of the account setting. Exactly, I can have added the private key through the wizard of the account setting, but there is no private key in the End-to-End encryption of the account setting instead of the private key appearing in the OpenPGP key manager.

The other email accounts are OK, i.e. I can use OpenPGP encryption on the accounts. The differences from the troubled email account are followings: - The troubled email account uses Ed255 not ECDSA algorithm. - Name of the troubled email account includes UTF-8 Japanese characters. - The troubled email account also registers S/MIME private.

Please give me advice on this problem. Thanks.

Asked by k0zal4 1 week ago

Last reply by k0zal4 5 days ago

Mozilla has dropped the ball

This message is from a concerned life long Firefox user and a life long staunch Firefox advocate. I have resisted IE, Chrome, Safari and all the big tech browsers for wel… (read more)

This message is from a concerned life long Firefox user and a life long staunch Firefox advocate. I have resisted IE, Chrome, Safari and all the big tech browsers for well over a decade. Now, sadly, I had to dump Firefox and switch to a Brave clone.

It appears that Firefox has joined the cancel culture mob.... The censorhip cheerleaders.

If the filth in this article is indeed the company view, I cannot in good concience use firefox: https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2021/01/08/we-need-more-than-deplatforming/.

Dump Mitchell Baker. Retract the blog. Have her put it on her personal wordpress. Anything. Please. I want to use Firefox again, but with this sick world-view at the helm, I cannot support it.

Asked by harm1 5 days ago