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removing a person who logged in there account on my cell

Locking this thread.Please continue here: [/questions/1264811] Omg. Sorry. I typed much detail on help. And then was looking for send. It wiped all I worked hard at. Now … (read more)

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Omg. Sorry. I typed much detail on help. And then was looking for send. It wiped all I worked hard at. Now I'm absolutely nuts about Firefox and there bullshit help button. You can't get help. I been trying for 3 months. Plz help me.

Asked by stiffman2 12 months ago

Last reply by stiffman2 12 months ago

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The computer does not seem to keep me kogged in to e-mail, etc.

duplicate of https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1034150 - locking It keeps the program open once I log in, but if I go off-line I have to do it all over again ev… (read more)

duplicate of https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1034150 - locking

It keeps the program open once I log in, but if I go off-line I have to do it all over again even though I checked the box to keep me logged in.

Asked by davesburg 5 years ago

Last reply by CoryMH 5 years ago

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This Connection is Untrusted - all answers are ineffective

Persistent but inconsistent bouts of this certificates problem. Especially bad with outlook.com / live.com but also dogging yahoo.com. These certificates are often inappr… (read more)

Persistent but inconsistent bouts of this certificates problem. Especially bad with outlook.com / live.com but also dogging yahoo.com. These certificates are often inappropriate to the domain in question, coming from "sister" domains (like outlook.com login goes to blue.live.com, and so on). But this is not the point. The point is, I want to just kill and be done with certificates. You fix this one release and break it the next. Option to add exceptions goes away, comes back, goes away with no evident reason. MSIE is better behaved, shame on you. Advice to go ask the certificate supplier is pointless, they do not respond. Advice to check antivirus has been done, still ineffective with all Web scanning disabled. Clock is fine. This is simple inability to deal with messy bookkeeping at the destination end. You can't handle it, I get it. But you could at least leave me an "out". Yes, you could.

Just tell me how to eliminate certificates checking (or tell me a browser that does a less crappy job of following these chains and I'll quit using Firefox today). A browser that won't browse your most common email providers is not worth keeping. Does not matter how you think the world should be, if you can't provide connectivity despite sloppy housekeeping at the other end, you can't provide connectivity, which means you are not useful.

Asked by dick_freebird 5 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 5 years ago

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Office proxy firewalls monitor secure (https) connections and send their own certificate instead of the website's certificate

Firefox works fine from my home network or while I connect to internet directly via data card. However @ my office we use proxy and for almost all the sites (even google … (read more)

Firefox works fine from my home network or while I connect to internet directly via data card. However @ my office we use proxy and for almost all the sites (even google search) Firefox stops me stating "This Connection is Untrusted".

Attached are the screenshot for the same to help to help me.

I search quite a lot and closest I came was at this url https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/978722

Is there a way in Firefox to add this office proxy certificate in the certificate chain (not sure if that Will that help??)

How do I solve this? Kindly advice.

Asked by ravi.ved 5 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 5 years ago

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Why doesn't Firefox for Mobile log me out of Amazon when I exit Firefox?

When I start a fresh browsing session using Firefox for Windows, and I navigate to Amazon's site, I am NOT logged in to Amazon. But when I start a fresh browsing session … (read more)

When I start a fresh browsing session using Firefox for Windows, and I navigate to Amazon's site, I am NOT logged in to Amazon.

But when I start a fresh browsing session using Firefox Mobile, and I navigate to Amazon, I AM logged in to Amazon.

I have done the following: [Settings/Privacy/Clear Private Data/Clear on Exit (checked)] and [Settings/Privacy/Logins/Remember passwords (unchecked)].

Is this a bug or am I missing something? It seems to me to be a significant security issue.

Asked by etienne53 4 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 4 years ago

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Elaboration of previous question

I want to stay disconnected from Internet when running my programs that don't require being on line. If I tag Firefox offline box, am I still off line when Firefox is t… (read more)

I want to stay disconnected from Internet when running my programs that don't require being on line. If I tag Firefox offline box, am I still off line when Firefox is turned off.

Asked by archnel 3 years ago

Last reply by Andrew 3 years ago

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Not able to add exception manually in firefox v 52.1.1

I was trying to access a website and it wont give me the option to add an exception. So tried adding the exception manually but not able to do the same as "Confirm Secur… (read more)

I was trying to access a website and it wont give me the option to add an exception. So tried adding the exception manually but not able to do the same as "Confirm Security Exception" is not getting enabled.

Asked by SmithaNavin 2 years ago

Last reply by Shadow110 2 years ago

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2 NEW questions: I'm trying to find out the answer to a problem in my Thunderbird email account - NOT Firefox! 2nd question: I can't log into Thunderbird!

The reply said I was asking about Firefox. I'm not talking about -- nor am I presently using Firefox. When I went to 'sign in' it said my username was 'available' then i… (read more)

The reply said I was asking about Firefox. I'm not talking about -- nor am I presently using Firefox. When I went to 'sign in' it said my username was 'available' then it didn't 'recognize

it. My first and MAIN reason for writing is that one of the  file/folders I sort saved messages in - the ones to the left of my incoming messages, is suddenly missing. I found this out when I went to put a new incoming message into it. The file is called WEIGHT WATCHERS. PLEASE HELP!

Asked by Beverly_Silver 2 years ago

Last reply by Matt 2 years ago

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Google Search seems to have been hacked on Firefox. Every search brings up a McAfee Web Advisor warning about this site, which seems to be nonexistent: http://g

Google Search seems to have been hacked on Firefox. Every search brings up a McAfee Web Advisor warning about this site, which seems to be nonexistent: http://go.amroute.… (read more)

Google Search seems to have been hacked on Firefox. Every search brings up a McAfee Web Advisor warning about this site, which seems to be nonexistent: http://go.amroute.net/v1/hoste… I've been unwilling to take the risk. In Chrome, Google Search is not affected.

Asked by connexbern 2 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 2 years ago

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r.e. security.ssl.enable_ocsp_stapling

Hi On a couple of occasions I have been unable to get to a particular website. I can’t recall what the previous problem websites were and those problems were corrected … (read more)

Hi On a couple of occasions I have been unable to get to a particular website. I can’t recall what the previous problem websites were and those problems were corrected within a couple of days, but the latest (todays) problem is with Amazon.

Here is the error message I received: An error occurred during a connection to www.amazon.de. Invalid OCSP signing certificate in OCSP response. Error code: SEC_ERROR_OCSP_INVALID_SIGNING_CERT

My google searches reveal the following solution (which works for me) from https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1161980 : You can temporarily disable OCSP Stapling : Type in the address bar about:config (press Enter) (promise to be careful, if asked) Type and look for the preference : security.ssl.enable_ocsp_stapling and set it's value to false It is best to reset this pref via the right-click context menu to true once you are done with this website.

My question is what does security.ssl.enable_ocsp_stapling do and why do I need to disable it to get some something like Amazon to work?

Thanks

Asked by bobsone 2 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 2 years ago