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Hi All With Nightly Build 79.0a1 , if you are on a website that you are purchasing a product, and part of the checkout process uses verified by Visa, the browser blocks t… (read more)

Hi All With Nightly Build 79.0a1 , if you are on a website that you are purchasing a product, and part of the checkout process uses verified by Visa, the browser blocks this from happening.

Kind regards Rod

Asked by rod21 2 hours ago

Cannot add crt.file

Attempting to add security camera to my nas drive unable to connect recieve following :- This is not a certificate authority certificate, so it can't be imported into the… (read more)

Attempting to add security camera to my nas drive unable to connect recieve following :- This is not a certificate authority certificate, so it can't be imported into the certificate authority list

Asked by g.jphillips1 2 hours ago

Why are settings for routinely deleting cookies in two different areas of settings?

In Firefox>Privacy and Security, there are two very similar looking settings regarding routine cookie destruction: Cookies and Site Data>check Delete cookies and si… (read more)

In Firefox>Privacy and Security, there are two very similar looking settings regarding routine cookie destruction:

Cookies and Site Data>check Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed. Manage Permissions [A site list with Block, Allow, Allow for Session]

History>Firefox will Use custom settings for History>Clear history when Firefox closes. Settings: check Cookies

My current understanding is that Cookies and Site Data potentially provides exclusions from the cookie carnage, whereas the History setting per above would delete all cookies. Is this correct as far as it goes? What I keep wondering is why the topic of cookie destruction when closing cannot be handled in one area of the Settings layout, instead of in two different areas.

Asked by Quenchoo 42 minutes ago

Is CCleaner cookie destruction redundant for Firefox users with the right settings?

Is the cookie clearing function of CCleaner 100% redundant for those who use only Firefox as a browser and choose settings that delete all or nearly cookies when the brow… (read more)

Is the cookie clearing function of CCleaner 100% redundant for those who use only Firefox as a browser and choose settings that delete all or nearly cookies when the browser closes? Ideally, I would like to dispense with CCleaner for cookie clearance and depend only on my Firefox browser settings for that. [The various other functions of CCleaner, and its overall value, are not part of my question.]

Asked by Quenchoo 38 minutes ago