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Network Printer Untrusted

When I have to change a setting on my LAN printer, an HP, I should be able to access its built-in settings module. Firefox will not let me access the printer because it … (read more)

When I have to change a setting on my LAN printer, an HP, I should be able to access its built-in settings module. Firefox will not let me access the printer because it doesn't have a trusted certificate.

So I get a blank page with the message: "we could not verify the certificate: reason = untrusted" and doesn't give me any options. In versions past, I recall an option to connect anyway if I trusted the site.

If there is a setting that lets me enable the option to continue anyway, where is it? Alternately, is there an exception list, perhaps by IP address, that will allow the browser to connect? Perhaps another solution?

I can't be the only one who is encountering this issue.

Thanks,

Ed

Asked by ed9213 5 days ago

Mozilla account privacy

Hello, I always use Firefox logged into my Mozilla account. Yesterday I went to a (legitimate) site, that I had never visited before and only read one page. I didn't cli… (read more)

Hello, I always use Firefox logged into my Mozilla account.

Yesterday I went to a (legitimate) site, that I had never visited before and only read one page. I didn't click on anything on that site/page, I only read that one page and left the site. Not long afterwards, I received a promotional email from that site stating "Thanks for stopping by!".

My question is: how did they know my email (the email used by my Mozilla account)? I have never received emails from that site, and as I said, I never visited it until then.

Does Firefox expose the Mozilla account email when visiting sites? This is pretty troubling. I would appreciate any input you have. Thanks

Asked by rd2p 3 days ago

Last reply by rd2p 3 days ago

Print an external page without opening it not working in Firefox

I'm trying to print a PDF document without opening it. I found a [guide][1] on MDN that explains how this can be done. ```jsx const handleClick = ( event: React.Mo… (read more)

I'm trying to print a PDF document without opening it. I found a [guide][1] on MDN that explains how this can be done.

```jsx

 const handleClick = (
   event: React.MouseEvent<HTMLButtonElement, MouseEvent>,
 ) => {
   event.stopPropagation();
   event.preventDefault();
   const frame = document.createElement('iframe');
   frame.onload = () => {
     frame.contentWindow.print();
   };
   // frame.style.display = 'none';
   frame.src = docflow.primaryDocumentPdfUrl;
   document.body.appendChild(frame);
 };

```

In Chrome everything works well, but in Firefox an error occurs (see below).

> Partitioned cookie or storage access was provided to > “http://localhost:3000/api/documents/5bf1c493-b8ce-4f82-9ee0-def28065c645/visualization” > because it is loaded in the third-party context and dynamic state > partitioning is enabled

[![Error][2]][2]

Storage tab screenshot:

[![Storage][3]][3]

What am I doing wrong?


 [1]: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/Printing#print_an_external_page_without_opening_it
 [2]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/SwkRq.png
 [3]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/JZYXM.png

Asked by Pavel Perevezentsev 3 days ago

Can I block ISP notifications?

Suddenly my ISP is HACKING into my browsers to give me "notifications" without my permission (see image), ignoring Firefox settings and UBlock Origin add-on. They appear … (read more)

Suddenly my ISP is HACKING into my browsers to give me "notifications" without my permission (see image), ignoring Firefox settings and UBlock Origin add-on. They appear above whatever website I'm loading. The company has my email address if they need to notifiy me of anything, so this just seems like a giant middle finger - a way to remind me of their absolute control over my computer. It's totally creepy. Is there any way to block them?

Asked by cfcentaurea 3 days ago

Last reply by cfcentaurea 3 days ago

Remove Security Alerts On LAN

I frequently need to access a Hi-Fi device on my local ethernet network from https://www.skytune.net For example ... http://192.168.1.68/ or http://192.168.1.62/ (Th… (read more)

I frequently need to access a Hi-Fi device on my local ethernet network from https://www.skytune.net For example ... http://192.168.1.68/ or http://192.168.1.62/ (The last 2 digits of the IP change from time to time)

Recently, I keep getting unnecessary security alerts - Any idea why? I have use https only disabled.

I could be with skytune's certificate. I have done everything I can to bypass these errors.

The Disable Protection For Now option seems to be unavailable if the latest Firefox.

Asked by dm18 2 days ago

Last reply by dm18 2 days ago

Question about Tracking Preventions

Good evening, I have an issue related to ETP. Reading through several articles I couldn't find an answer to the following thing: How do you treat cookies set by Hubspot… (read more)

Good evening, I have an issue related to ETP. Reading through several articles I couldn't find an answer to the following thing: How do you treat cookies set by Hubspot or GA4? They are a First Party cookie, but they don't always have samesite-parameter filled out.

I know that the lifespan is limited for first-party cookies. But I don't get whether samesite=none/empty makes a difference? Because data will be sent to a third-party server.

I'd be glad about clarification and your help. If you have articles covering this issue, that would also be great. Thank you for your support.

Best regards, Birga Woytowicz

Asked by Birga.Woytowicz 1 day ago