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Encrypted server name indication - ESNI

In the previous version of Firefox Beta for Android downloaded from Google Play Store, I could toggle the esni option to true, under about:config. Now this version 85.0.0… (read more)

In the previous version of Firefox Beta for Android downloaded from Google Play Store, I could toggle the esni option to true, under about:config. Now this version 85.0.0-beta.2 the option is removed. I have enabled trr.mode to level 3, also the trr uri is unchanged and using Mozilla Cloudflare DNS. But when I use Cloudflares ESNI checker, Firefox Beta fails the ESNI test. Why was this option the network security esni mode? Or is under a different name? This issue is also present in the Firefox Nightly Build for Android from Google Play Store.

Asked by easyfella 1 month ago

Answered by Seburo 1 month ago

spamming website

Dear sir, looking this website link - https://loktar.xyz/?s_id=8364&p=100&cid=17351848002314605025&tb=PUSHSM10M-MHN3Multi He spamming with me sending payment.… (read more)

Dear sir, looking this website link - https://loktar.xyz/?s_id=8364&p=100&cid=17351848002314605025&tb=PUSHSM10M-MHN3Multi

He spamming with me sending payment. humble request Please stop this spamming. Block this website. I hope you can solve my problem.

Asked by animeskisku6295 1 month ago

Last reply by Seburo 1 month ago

Issue adding site exception Firefox 83.0.1

83.1.0 (Build #2015776403) AC: 63.0.9, fc54c566e GV: 83.0-20201112153044 AS: 63.0.0 Good afternoon, I'm having an issue with the above version of Firefox (83.1.0), connec… (read more)

83.1.0 (Build #2015776403) AC: 63.0.9, fc54c566e GV: 83.0-20201112153044 AS: 63.0.0

Good afternoon,

I'm having an issue with the above version of Firefox (83.1.0), connecting via DDNS hostname to an Asus RT-AC56U router. (Hostname not displayed for security reasons).

This error* occurs on Android, Windows (x64) & Mac Ox (10.14.6/ Mojave).

  • See attached screenshots.

When following the instructions to disable tracking on the individual webpage, to enable adding an exception. Firefox adds the wrong URL as "https://android/" with no way to correct to the correct hostname.

This is a major issue, as this functionality is especially important as due to Covid-19 Restrictions a site visit to the client is not possible.

Pls note that rolling back to a previous version defeats the purpose logging this issue with self-signed certification.

Adding the option to manually add site exception should be considered as an urgent revision in conjunction with the requirements to approve changes via device pin/ biometric fingerprint.

I'd be more than happy to test any version with this restored functionality before a stable or ESR version is released.

Does the latest ESR (78.0.5) have an Android x64 version, if so pls can u provide a direct download link to the '.apk' file to test & provide feedback.

Thanks advance,

J

Asked by DJ Essar 1 month ago

Last reply by Seburo 1 month ago

Block 3rd party cookies

Dear Sir or Madam: How do you block 3rd party cookies from tracking you in Firefox for Android phone? I have attached the screenshot of my Firefox version below. Please r… (read more)

Dear Sir or Madam:

How do you block 3rd party cookies from tracking you in Firefox for Android phone? I have attached the screenshot of my Firefox version below. Please reply back soon. Thank you very much for your time and support.

Asked by etvr 1 month ago

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Are add ons safe?

I recently installed some add ons from the firefox browser, and they proved to be very useful for me. But they ask for the permission to access all the data for all the w… (read more)

I recently installed some add ons from the firefox browser, and they proved to be very useful for me. But they ask for the permission to access all the data for all the websites. This is something which scares me. Is it safe to give these add ons access to data, and then use browser for purposes like online banking.

Expecting help from your firefox team. Thanks

Asked by uddhavgpt 1 month ago

Answered by TyDraniu 1 month ago

Security Group Pilicy

I need help with a hacker who is controlling me via Enterprise/Group Policy/Parser/Binding services. I am unable to access my profiles on any site. Linux, windows, firefo… (read more)

I need help with a hacker who is controlling me via Enterprise/Group Policy/Parser/Binding services. I am unable to access my profiles on any site. Linux, windows, firefox, chrome, i cannot get to my profiles and have minimal to no real access as he has me stuck in his system sandboxed in a container. I dont know why he is doing this to me other than pure hate for me as well as himself. This has been going on for over 2 years and it needs to be over. How do i get untangled from him and this enterprise hold he has on me?I have NO secure devices. Fyi - he is a web/ android/ ios developer, has access to telecomm specialists as well as a cybersecurity team.

Asked by trishg 1 month ago

Last reply by Seburo 1 month ago