Hellow everyone, I am new to the community but have used Firefox for a short time. My problem started I believe after a small update from Firefox about a week ago and is …
Hellow everyone, I am new to the community but have used Firefox for a short time. My problem started I believe after a small update from Firefox about a week ago and is on both my Windows 10 Desktop and Laptops. When I now open my Norton vault the dropdown window it only displays the blank 158 entries with a gray circle to the left, and reports 0 vault entries indicated at the header block. If you then select the vault tab it is a similar story other than it reports on the header that there are 158 entries and the blank vault password boxes now have a blue circle. The vault sync window reports complete and I can see my complete Vault both on IE11 and from Norton Security. Have tried lots of reinstalls of Firefox and the the add-on extensions, even had Norton support chat help but still the same problem. Has there been anyone else with this problem and is there a fix or is the problem with my machines only ?l
I do have a question. I keep getting a pop about adding a Norton add on to Firefox. I can not find any information on the topic.
I have Norton 188.8.131.52 installed on my PC. I assume it is Noron asking me to add an addon. Has Firefox approved it and how would I find it.
I cannot save bookmarks or import them from other browsers or save my browsing history. Every time I boot Firefox I get a red bar at the top of my screen that says bookma…
I cannot save bookmarks or import them from other browsers or save my browsing history. Every time I boot Firefox I get a red bar at the top of my screen that says bookmarks and browsing history cannot be saved because some file is being used one of my internet security programs. I use Malwarebytes and Norton security on my laptop.
I have followed the online instructions several times to try to fix the problem with no luck. I love the speed of the browser because it totally blows Chrome and Edge out of the water but I have type all of my URLs in because I cannot save or import them from my other browsers.
I need help to fix this problem.
Firefox is constantly opening to whatever site I last had open. I don't want this, and didn't enable "open to last session".
Worse, the button on the settings menu for "Restore Previous Session" is grayed out. How did this happen? I certainly didn't do it.
Since yesterday I've had the following page: https://go.net-dz3.stream/flix/index-en-nflix.html?country=CA&td=www.sundownerstravel.com&br=Firefox&isp=Firefox…
Since yesterday I've had the following page: https://go.net-dz3.stream/flix/index-en-nflix.html?country=CA&td=www.sundownerstravel.com&br=Firefox&isp=Firefox&cep=9n4HnbeZLCdnJzW-ZP5n9O9Iqzt-NCmWCKd5aFIYCQY4sUzYyC7t3YxZP_wiyTniVyKD7G0XeRpJ6Ns-mGsDl8d46hRTsOMT-BdW3cT9Ybj4BBU5mFIN2X6vE3wW3F9d8WZtdGU5sRuLnNKV9E5eOsUbdZJwPPHTgdRml-xfh21zpHWrSADLTSy5mefYFRa_bBfcrXNnuW4k_hqPsaGazSil8cLpPE_nODhBm5OGdoUosRsQGN1nhgszacVIP4qP&2=1975&1=6602932457161360092&3=1975-da8f03az#
open itself as the first page when I open Firefox. (And no it hasn't made itself my automatic home page)
After I closed my browser yesterday, every time I reopened it, it did not open this page, but again this morning upon my first time opening the browser, it opened this page.
Trouble is, I cannot seem to find a way in Firefox to block this page from opening anymore. Is there really no way in Firefox to block a specific page from opening?
Additionally, how is it opening this? I use Norton safe web and it doesn't recognize this page as a phishing site. Not sure where I picked it up but I do a lot of online research for work.
I just started having this issue today after Firefox updated to version 62.0. Norton listed Attacker URL https://reddleops.pro/ciDJ9e6ZbX2.5NI/SRW/QX9fMjjMkRweO/TVI/1VMBS…
I just started having this issue today after Firefox updated to version 62.0. Norton listed Attacker URL https://reddleops.pro/ciDJ9e6ZbX2.5NI/SRW/QX9fMjjMkRweO/TVI/1VMBSd0KyAOiTCAY5fMBz/Y/5/
Network traffic was detected that matches the signature of a known attack. The attack was resulted from C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox.exe.