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Updated latest platform SE 7 U51 10.51.2.13 bit not able to open certain website.

Hi, I have updated my Java with latest version SE 7 U51 10.51.2.13 bit not able to open certain website. Please let me know now what to do so that I can open the website … (read more)

Hi,

I have updated my Java with latest version SE 7 U51 10.51.2.13 bit not able to open certain website.

Please let me know now what to do so that I can open the website - www.federalbank.com.

Thanks & Regards, Akansha.

Asked by akanshamittal001 7 years ago

Answered by Santhosh_PKD 7 years ago

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I'm no longer getting Allow and Remember prompt. I have to manually click the red icon in the upper left to access it. How do I restore the automatic prompt?

Yesterday I visited a site to which I often go, pingtest.net. Normally, when I visit that site, a thin horizontal bar appears at the top of the browser viewing frame. I… (read more)

Yesterday I visited a site to which I often go, pingtest.net. Normally, when I visit that site, a thin horizontal bar appears at the top of the browser viewing frame. I do not recall what it says, but it stretches the entire length of frame, from left to right. On the right edge of the bar is an x, if I wish to close it. In addition, when this horizontal bar appears, I also get a box which is about six to seven times the height of the thin horizontal bar that appears over the left edge of the thin horizontal bar. This box stretches across the width of about a sixth or fifth of the width of the horizontal bar. It contains something like the following: Show All, Allow, Allow and Remember. I normally click the Show all option, and I normally select Allow Now for all options.

Here's what happened yesterday: I went to pingtest.net, the horizontal bar appeared, and everything seemed normal. However I took no action. Instead, I changed my mind and decided to go to a different URL. My cursor was in the middle of the screen. I moved the cursor up to what I intended to be the URL field, in order to enter a new URL. Unfortunately I didn't move the cursor sufficiently. So, instead of clicking in the URL field, I clicked right in the middle of the horizontal bar. I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I CLICKED BUT FROM THAT MOMENT TO THIS THAT HORIZONTAL BAR HAS NEVER RE-APPEARED. WHATEVER I CLICKED, IT APPEARS I INSTRUCTED FIREFOX TO NEVER PROVIDE ME WITH THAT HORIZONTAL BAR AGAIN!!!

As a result, I am also no longer getting the grey box with the Show All, Allow, Allow and Remember options.

How can I restore normal behavior, and get the normal horizontal bar and the normal box with the Show All, Allow, Allow and Remember options?

Asked by criggs 6 years ago

Answered by cor-el 6 years ago

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после того как Ваш браузер запросил синхронизацию пропали все пароли!!!

Добрый день.... ваш браузер попросил повторить синхронизацию.... после чего пропали все пароли к сайтам.....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Asked by s212 2 years ago

Answered by s212 2 years ago

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Firefox not auto-filling passwords that it has saved?

This is a strange problem that I have only encountered on a few sites; it is consistently happening on a specific game website (quakelive.com). Anyway, I have my password… (read more)

This is a strange problem that I have only encountered on a few sites; it is consistently happening on a specific game website (quakelive.com).

Anyway, I have my password for my account saved. When I log in, though, the Firefox does not auto-fill the login or password fields. If I enter the login, it still does not auto-fill the password field. I know that Firefox knows the password, because if I enter the wrong one (as I frequently do), I get a pop-up with something like "Would you like to update the saved password on...?" Well, no, Mr. Firefox, I wouldn't like to update it, but I *would* like you to fill it in if you know it (which you do).

I've checked and double-checked all of the basics in the other articles; I am fairly confident that all of my password and security settings are correct. I rarely have problems on other sites, though I do recall it happening elsewhere before (quakelive seems to be the primary culprit here, and it may be a specific issue with that site). I can always go into the password manager and find it, but that sort of defeats the purpose.

Any ideas?

Asked by agp1 7 years ago

Answered by JacobAreford 7 years ago

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I get the message "Untrusted Connection" just with Firefox; not with IExplorer.

This Connection is Untrusted You have asked Firefox to connect securely to bay174.mail.live.com, but we can't confirm that your connection is secure. Technical Details An… (read more)

This Connection is Untrusted You have asked Firefox to connect securely to bay174.mail.live.com, but we can't confirm that your connection is secure.

Technical Details An error occurred during a connection to bay174.mail.live.com. Peer's certificate has been marked as not trusted by the user. (Error code: sec_error_untrusted_cert)

(The option to "I understand the risks" is not there.)

Asked by ianiab 6 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 6 years ago

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Password manager not working, even all add-ons off.

Hi everyone, For some unknown reasons, I can't get the password manager visible when I enter a new password on a web site. So no password recorded and I have to fullfil a… (read more)

Hi everyone,

For some unknown reasons, I can't get the password manager visible when I enter a new password on a web site. So no password recorded and I have to fullfil all the information every time I need to enter into my accounts. I tried to restart FF with the safe mode enabled, all add-ons turned off. That doesn't work better. I use AVIRA antivirus, FF 45.0, Win 10 (64). It seems I don't have a software which could create a problem. I have no idea where the problem is... Moreover, I can't find any topic relating to my precise case on the forum.

If someone has an idea, please, let me know. I would appreciate. Thanks in advance. Kind regards,

Asked by Didier33 4 years ago

Answered by Didier33 4 years ago

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Password manager not asking to remember proxy password

Recently I had to reset my general domain password (organization is split between production and general domain\network without domain trust, proxy is part of general net… (read more)

Recently I had to reset my general domain password (organization is split between production and general domain\network without domain trust, proxy is part of general network, I'm part of production so we have to authenticate to proxy). I have to do this every 6 months. After this last change, and after I input my credentials, Firefox 62.0.3 (and 62.0.2) no longer pops-out the "remember my password" option. 1. Option "Ask to save logins and passwords for websites" is on 2. Proxy is not on the list of exceptions 3. Yes, I have removed old authentication from the list of "Saved Logins" 4. Yes "Firefox will remember my History" If I input my new username and password (which is asked only once during session), Firefox works just fine until I close it. Next time it starts, Firefox once again asks for username and password and do not offer to "remember" this credentials.

Thank you.

Asked by toofat 2 years ago

Answered by toofat 2 years ago

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why isn't yahoo.com recognized as a secure site???

in the last month yahoo changed their home webpage and ever since then firefox has behaved strangely. It no longer recognizes the login page as secure with a green label… (read more)

in the last month yahoo changed their home webpage and ever since then firefox has behaved strangely. It no longer recognizes the login page as secure with a green label and no longer automatically supplies usernames and passwords from the password vault. Nor does it ask if I want to save a username and password. Any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks george

Asked by keoki1941 7 years ago

Answered by cor-el 7 years ago

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How to set exceptions for automatic cookie-clearing on closure?

Firefox is forgetting my two-step google logins. On the google two-step verification page, there's a checkbox which says "Don't ask for codes again on this computer." But… (read more)

Firefox is forgetting my two-step google logins. On the google two-step verification page, there's a checkbox which says "Don't ask for codes again on this computer."

But firefox keeps asking for codes.

i have firefox set to clear cookies on closing.

i also have the urls below set as exceptions, in two places:

    -in about:permissions, they are all set to allow, and also to keep offline data without asking
    -in options/privacy/exceptions

mail.google.com maps.google.com calendar.google.com www.google.com shopping.google.com plus.google.com

  • .google.com

google.com gmail.com

this forum is messing up my list, above. Each url is a separate item in exceptions. The bulleted one actually starts with a star. (good job mozilla, thanks for this ancient text editor)

how do clear all cookies EXCEPT the ones above, when i close firefox? Or, is this not a cookie problem?

do i need to include "http://"

this article did not help https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/974020

Asked by johnyradio 7 years ago

Answered by cor-el 7 years ago

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Getting SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP when attempting a site with a self-signed certificate

I'm developing a web app. Currently, I'm using a self-signed certificate (getting it properly signed comes later). When I have the web server set so that it only accepts… (read more)

I'm developing a web app. Currently, I'm using a self-signed certificate (getting it properly signed comes later).

When I have the web server set so that it only accepts TLS1.1 and TLS1.2, I'm getting a SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP error. And, of course, trying the 'use outdated security' link doesn't work, since the web server won't allow those connections.

If I temporarily allow insecure connections on the web server, Firefox will then allow me to accept the cert. After the cert is accepted, Firefox can then connect over only TLS1.1 and TLS1.2. So, most of the time, Firefox can find a common cypher for TLS1.1/1.2 connections.

(The web server is on an Ubuntu kernel, with OpenSSL1.0.1f.)

Asked by gshonle 4 years ago

Answered by gshonle 4 years ago

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Cookies for websites setup for ALLOW (replacement for post that "disappeared")

As captured in the long thread "What's the difference between ALLOW and ALLOW for a SESSION?”, with a lot of handholding from jscher2000, I managed to set custom choices… (read more)

As captured in the long thread "What's the difference between ALLOW and ALLOW for a SESSION?”, with a lot of handholding from jscher2000, I managed to set custom choices for privacy and security the way I wanted on my mac computer (blocking all cookies in all windows, with exceptions saved for ALLOW, ALLOW for SESSION and some for BLOCK). To accomplish this, required enabling deletion of cookies when Firefox closes.

My assumption based on information I got in the above mentioned thread, was that even when deletion of cookies is checked for when Firefox is closed, cookies for websites identified as exceptions with ALLOWED, are not deleted.

However, this is not what happens. A specific example is tripcheck.com, which stores custom itineraries for cameras in cookies. I setup quite a few of these custom itineraries and saved them and they were OK until I closed Firefox, when they were deleted, as the cookie was deleted. This website is setup as ALLOW in the Exceptions list.

As explained in the above mentioned thread:

"(2) Scenario Two

[X] Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed (checked)

Firefox shortens cookie expiration to session only unless the site has an ALLOW permission in the exceptions list. “.

I am more confused than ever, the settings do not appear to be working the way they are meant to work, not only for session cookies but also for what should be "permanent".

Am I doing something incorrectly or am I misunderstanding how setting should work?

If cookies of websites setup for ALLOW are deleted when Firefox is closed, the setting is defeating what I am trying to accomplish: saving cookies for websites that I use and save data in cookies (such as recognizing the computer, what’s needed for 2 step authentication, etc.).

Thanks.

Asked by Sue 1 month ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 month ago

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Private Browsing mode is not working.

I am using Firefox 19.0.2 on Win 7. When I go to private browsing mode all of my history is still recorded. I tried it in Firefox safe mode and had the same problem. … (read more)

I am using Firefox 19.0.2 on Win 7.

When I go to private browsing mode all of my history is still recorded.

I tried it in Firefox safe mode and had the same problem.

Asked by boolion 7 years ago

Answered by cor-el 7 years ago

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I am getting untrusted connection even on Firefox

I went through all the add ons and any extensions I could find that were suspect and disabled or deleted them This began after I had downloaded the latest Firefox. Now th… (read more)

I went through all the add ons and any extensions I could find that were suspect and disabled or deleted them This began after I had downloaded the latest Firefox. Now the browser does not work right, and I get these security certificate notifications on every site I go to - even on Firefox support. There were some programs that downloaded with the Firefox program and I have disabled all but Systweak. This is the only thing I have downloaded, and I even went back and trashed the first installation of Firefox and then went back and re installed it. I have ran the security software program that I have through the internet provider and nothing came up. ??? I am posting in Google Chrome.

Asked by Catwoman 6 years ago

Answered by Catwoman 6 years ago

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How about letting US choose if we want always active or click to activate?

This forcing us to click to activate crap is no good. Why do you have to because you're in this war with Adobe? Profanity remarks removed. Please follow Mozilla Support … (read more)

This forcing us to click to activate crap is no good. Why do you have to because you're in this war with Adobe?

Profanity remarks removed. Please follow Mozilla Support rules and guidelines.

Asked by Robert.Dinse 5 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 5 years ago

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The "ask me every time" option of the privacy settings, regarding cookies, is gone.

About an hour ago I noticed that the option to "ask me every time" on cookies, regarding privacy, was gone! All that's there, now is always or never. So, I uninstalled … (read more)

About an hour ago I noticed that the option to "ask me every time" on cookies, regarding privacy, was gone! All that's there, now is always or never. So, I uninstalled Firefox and then installed it, again, but it didn't help. That selection was still gone. I've always used this feature, and now I am very concerned. What happened? How can I get this feature back?

Asked by Bobbie Schroder 5 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 5 years ago

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Passwords are not secure with master password

I'm cross-posting this in the desktop version forums since it applies for both mobile and desktop. I really don't understand what is the logic behind the way the password… (read more)

I'm cross-posting this in the desktop version forums since it applies for both mobile and desktop.

I really don't understand what is the logic behind the way the password manager was implemented, and it's a major no-go for me. The purpose of a master password should be that it is asked EACH time you try to show the passwords in plain text (in the settings), not once per session (which is also very annoying since the purpose of the password manager is to prevent you from having to enter passwords).

In other words:

If I enter my master password but leave the computer turned on or my cell phone on the table without closing Firefox (which most people do), then someone can go to my setting and have a plain text version of all my passwords instantly, which is pretty bad. The other thing is that while I understand that SOME people might want to enter their master password once per session, most people don't care about this and find this actually annoying and this should be optional. This is actually beating the purpose of the password manager which is NOT to have to enter any password. They are masked, and I do not care if someone opens my browser and views my facebook. What I really care about however is that they shouldn't be able to go to my settings and have an easy access to all my passwords in plain text!

So having to enter your password every session should be an option, while having to enter your password should be mandatory each time you open the password manager itself (or at least optional!). What a major security flaw for a browser that prides itself on privacy...

Asked by Vilko L 2 years ago

Answered by Vilko L 2 years ago

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How can I stop Tracking Protection forcing a website to appear as text only? ("Connection not secure")

I have been using the forums at https://www.nsxprime.com/forum/ for years but recently both of my computers display the forums as text only, nmaking it unusable. When I … (read more)

I have been using the forums at https://www.nsxprime.com/forum/ for years but recently both of my computers display the forums as text only, nmaking it unusable.

When I click the yellow exclamation mark preceding site URL address it tells me "Connection not secure. Parts of this page are not secure (such as images)". The is an option to "Disable Protection for now" but this only works one page at a time, so I have to disable protection for each new page.

Note this does not occur 1) when I access the same site in Chrome 2) for other users on NSXprime 3) on any other sites I access in my (daily) use of Firefox

I cannot find a way around this and I am commited to Firefox, so any and all suggestions appreciated.

(PS: I have a couple of relevent screenshots but the Browse & Upload function never completes here)

Asked by ninja2 2 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 2 years ago

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Firefox Browser crashes

The browser crashes about every two or three days. I have enabled all four boxes in preferences (Priv & Sec settings) but the crash reporter does not appear. Is there… (read more)

The browser crashes about every two or three days. I have enabled all four boxes in preferences (Priv & Sec settings) but the crash reporter does not appear. Is there anywhere in the Fedora Linux system where I can get some info about why this keep happening?

Asked by scm999 3 months ago

Answered by scm999 3 months ago