For filling out confidential loan application form, I've been asked (told to only use) if my browser supports 256-bit encryption for privacy/protection. Does Firefox ver …
For filling out confidential loan application form, I've been asked (told to only use) if my browser supports 256-bit encryption for privacy/protection. Does Firefox ver 61.0.1 support 256 bit encryption?
Hi. I am a comfortable Chrome user but thought I'd give Firefox a try. I like it but with one hangup. I'm Chrome, I set my cookies to Block All. In the top right of the a…
Hi. I am a comfortable Chrome user but thought I'd give Firefox a try. I like it but with one hangup. I'm Chrome, I set my cookies to Block All. In the top right of the address bar is a cookie symbol which you can click and enable individual cookies for the current site. Surely Firefox has something similar to this? It is a quick, secure and idiot-proof method of controlling cookies.
I have an issue with google.com using https on Firefox 61.01 running on Mac OS High sierra. July-9-2018 When I went to "https://www.google.com" while in private mode and …
I have an issue with google.com using https on Firefox 61.01 running on Mac OS High sierra. July-9-2018
When I went to "https://www.google.com" while in private mode and with multiple tabs opened I received a message that it is not secure. this is a problem with Firefox because I opened a new Firefox window and then went to "https://www.google.com" and It opened as secure. See my enclosed sceen shot.
-Note just as I was posting this message firefox crashed and I had to retype the message. -Crash ID 31cbf8d6-7f5a-4a0c-b709-2278e1180709 has been submitted.
I have been trying for awhile to clear my history in firefox quantum on an iMac. I am not in private browsing. I go to library and clear history and check mark everything…
I have been trying for awhile to clear my history in firefox quantum on an iMac. I am not in private browsing. I go to library and clear history and check mark everything and hit the blue button to clear....nothing clears. Very frustrating. Anything else I can do???
The financial website I use to pay my bills online has been giving me a message the last 4 - 6 weeks that my browser, Firefox 61.0.1, has 'Cookies are blocked'. I can vie…
The financial website I use to pay my bills online has been giving me a message the last 4 - 6 weeks that my browser, Firefox 61.0.1, has 'Cookies are blocked'. I can view everything else on the (secure) site fine without any issue except this screen. I have gone into the Privacy and Security section of the browser's Options and verified the Cookies portion matches everything you list in your Help Guide when I search for this issue.
This website has 4 tabs for the various services and 1 of them is listed as 'Payments'. Nested under this particular tab is Bill Payments with (clickable) options of Pay your bills and PopMoney. When I click the Pay your bills link I get a screen that says -
Cookies are blocked. Cookies are blocked. We noticed your browser doesn’t allow cookies. To access Bill Pay, you must change your browser settings. After you complete your changes, close your browser, reopen it, and sign in again.
I assume the credit union must have changed something on their site since I never had this error before. I have had to fall back to using IE 11 when I need to access this option on their site.
attempting to answer website survey but a screen appears stating that the cookies are NOT enabled when in fact they are enabled - Firefox 52.9.0
After entering some data such as the receipt date and time on the initial screen, then I continue to the 2nd screen which states "To complete this survey you need to have…
After entering some data such as the receipt date and time on the initial screen, then I continue to the 2nd screen which states "To complete this survey you need to have cookies enabled on your browser." However, I do have them enabled. Upon examining Options and then Privacy, I have the following "Accept third-party cookies: Always" AND "Keep until: they expire". Currently using Firefox 52.9.0 (32 bit). I did NOT have this problem a month ago. Any advice would be helpful.
SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER on support.mozilla.org (and mail.google.com and others) after a day without restarting Firefox
Hi, I get the infamous SEC_ERROR_UNKNWON_ISSUER error on mail.google.com, support.mozilla.org and others but the weird thing is that certificates look legit. In fact any …
Hi, I get the infamous SEC_ERROR_UNKNWON_ISSUER error on mail.google.com, support.mozilla.org and others but the weird thing is that certificates look legit. In fact any employee of my company is having it since months and across various versions.
I have checked the antivirus but it does not looks like it's the cause. I'm currently running Firefox 61.0.1 on Windows 10 17134. The only special thing in that network is that there is a proxy cache but it does not do any nasty thing on https, and the weird thing is that Firefox on Linux don't get the error. On Windows I also tried to not configure proxy in Firefox and using system's one but it fixes nothing. I also tried to delete the SiteSecurityServiceState.txt file but it fixes nothing.
Basically, users can browse the web correctly, then around 18:00 or 19:00 on UTC+2 (but perhaps it's just an special amount of hours after they started Firefox when they arrived at morning) large https websites (gmail and others) stop to work. For some unknown reason our own website using letsencrypt certificate still works.
If users turn Firefox off and on again it solves the problem and users are workarounding this bug every day since months this way but I'm looking for a real and definitive fix.
I copy paste there some certificates I get when I click the SEC_ERROR_UNKNWON_ISSUER link:
$ cat mozilla.txt https://support.mozilla.org/1/firefox/61.0.1/WINNT/fr/security-error
L'autorité de délivrance du certificat du pair n'est pas reconnue.
HTTP Strict Transport Security : false HTTP Public Key Pinning : false
Chaîne de certificat :
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$ cat google.txt https://mail.google.com/
L'autorité de délivrance du certificat du pair n'est pas reconnue.
HTTP Strict Transport Security : true HTTP Public Key Pinning : true
Chaîne de certificat :
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Any idea where to look for?
When I open Firefox for the first time each day I have a second tab appear EpressVPN, I havent installed this so I dont know why I keep getting it.
Each day when I open Firefox for the first time I have a second tab opening with an add for ExpressVPN, until now I had never used or even heard of ExpressVPN.
Why does Ad Block Plus find tons of ads on a particular website in Chrome but on the very same site in Firefox finds so few?
I visited the Assassins Creed Origins forum on Ubisoft.com today and was having problems signing in. So I tried using Chrome instead. I immediately noticed that ABP found…
I visited the Assassins Creed Origins forum on Ubisoft.com today and was having problems signing in. So I tried using Chrome instead. I immediately noticed that ABP found and blocked 18 ads on that page. ABP in FF, on the other hand, found only 1. All ABP settings are exactly the same for both browsers too.
So, as I investigated this I noticed that ABP in Chrome shows it has blocked 2,028,972 ads since I installed it a good 8 years ago. ABP in Firefox shows it has blocked only 109 ads since I installed and started using it. I've mostly used Chrome for the past 8 years or so, switching to FF now and then, but fully switched to Firefox about a year back, so it's unfathomable that I've encountered that small number of ads.
So the question is: why the huge discrepancy? And it's not just Ad Block Plus, it's all the tracking extensions I have installed. On this Ubisoft forum page Chrome shows the following ads found/blocked: ABP: 18; Ghostery: 7; Privacy Badger: 11; Disconnect: 42. In Firefox that same web page shows: ABP: 1; Ghostery: 3; Privacy Badger: 5; Disconnect: 20.
The Govt Data Protection Act requires you to supply me with information you hold on me and also those others you onform: if not you are breaking law April 18 UK
THIS NOTE IS SENT IN GOOD FAITH. It is quite clear. Servers such as GOOGLE were part of the UK Goverment's Data Protection law passed May 2018 to protect use of anyone's …
THIS NOTE IS SENT IN GOOD FAITH.
It is quite clear. Servers such as GOOGLE were part of the UK Goverment's Data Protection law passed May 2018 to protect use of anyone's private information.
This includes EVERYTHING the servers/company or others to require them to inform us of ALL the information they hold on us. It also requires them to inform ANY OTHER party linked to them produce what information they hold on us. This includes Government services.
Whether they like it or not I personally am tired of what appears to be surveillance over many years. I have not,nor never had cause for them to do so.
When I start Firefox, I want it to open multiple tabs of various websites in InPrivate mode, how do I do this?
I am able to open one tab upon starting up Firefox in InPrivate mode by doing the following: 1) Create a shortcut for Firefox 2) Right click shortcut -> click properti…
I am able to open one tab upon starting up Firefox in InPrivate mode by doing the following:
1) Create a shortcut for Firefox 2) Right click shortcut -> click properties 3) In the "Target" entry window, add "-private-window <website URL here>"
Then when starting this shortcut, an InPrivate window of the website URL will start.
However I want to open more than one InPrivate tab (different URLs) when starting from this modified shortcut. Simply adding more URLs after the first one doesn't seem to work.
I opened Firefox yesterday and it had logged me out of my firefox account. When I logged back in all my saved logins have disappeared. I tried rebooting my laptop but i…
I opened Firefox yesterday and it had logged me out of my firefox account. When I logged back in all my saved logins have disappeared. I tried rebooting my laptop but it made no difference and when I switched on today it was still all gone.
I tried using chrome instead and when I selected import logins, chrome was able to find them all so I have now had to temporarily switch browser. I would prefer to go back to firefox but without saved logins, that won't be happening
Hi, I can not load a PKCS#11 module con Firefox v58 -> v61 x64 on Windows 10 x64. When I try to load the module, Mozilla Firefox crashes. It works fine on Windows 7 an…
I can not load a PKCS#11 module con Firefox v58 -> v61 x64 on Windows 10 x64. When I try to load the module, Mozilla Firefox crashes. It works fine on Windows 7 and also loading the 32 bits version of my PKCS#11 module on Firefox x32.
Seeing the crash report it seems like Mozilla throws an EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION_READ.
Here is some crashes reports of my problem:
bp-fe78e0ef-8597-4ff2-9a3b-3a2d01180719 bp-eb5a99cc-1a26-4733-b707-2f51e1180718 bp-fb2fb4ef-54ca-4390-af29-ecf061180718
Can anybody help me finding the problem?
Thanks in advance.
i need to disable all settings for all users on firefox running on top of linux
I have installed firefox esr 60.0.1 version and trying to update cert9.db file. its not getting updated. my cert8.db file is only getting updated. Please help. I have giv…
I have installed firefox esr 60.0.1 version and trying to update cert9.db file. its not getting updated. my cert8.db file is only getting updated. Please help. I have giveNSS_DEFAULT_DB_TYPE=sql value but still its not working.
running below cmd file.
Set FFProfdir=%Appdata%\mozilla\firefox\profiles Set CERTDIR=%TEMP%\CERTIMPORT DIR /A:D /B %FFProfdir% > "%TEMP%\FFProfile.txt"
FOR /F "tokens=*" %%i in (%TEMP%\FFProfile.txt) do (
CD /d "%FFProfDir%\%%i" COPY cert9.db cert9db.orig /y For %%x in ("%CERTDIR%\CERTS\*.cer") do "%CERTDIR%\certutil.exe" -A -n "%%x" -i "%%x" -t "TCu,TCu,TCu" -d . For %%x in ("%CERTDIR%\CERTS\*.crt") do "%CERTDIR%\certutil.exe" -A -n "%%x" -i "%%x" -t "TCu,TCu,TCu" -d . ) DEL /f /q "%Temp%\FFProfile.txt"
I am tetsing Lastpass on Firefox 61.01 on Mac, however they've changed the plug to only stay logged in across sessions if a cookie is set.. The trouble i'm having is deci…
I am tetsing Lastpass on Firefox 61.01 on Mac, however they've changed the plug to only stay logged in across sessions if a cookie is set..
The trouble i'm having is deciding weather Private browsing is more important, or keeping history during the same session..
As i prefer to surf the web in private browsing, i also need Lastpass to remember my password across browsing sessions as well. I don't blame Firefox for this, as i think Lastpass were the ones who decided to set a cookie just to keep password. A that's how it always worked before FF 57+ came out
So, my question, I'm trying to find the equivalent combination of Private browsing but as a "Us custom Settings"for this issue. Would the following be correct ? (Attached)
This way i get the best of both worlds. I've also set "Tracking protection to : Always:" so really, i think the only thing that would be saved is my history, but only for the session
Is that correct? as the equivalent of Private browsing ? if there was a way i can not save history at all (equivalent of private browsing) but also allow exceptions, that would be better.
I tried that as well, but it seemed FF lost cookies after session is closed. The only alternative would be to use an older FF browser and LP plugin,,, but am undecided regarding keeping history on FF 61.01 during session weather
I use several websites, e.g. online banking, where I enter a generated code every time I log in. I don't ever want to save this "password", because it's a one-off usage. …
I use several websites, e.g. online banking, where I enter a generated code every time I log in. I don't ever want to save this "password", because it's a one-off usage. So I would like to disable the "Do you want to save this password" on particular sites. How can I do that, and if I can't, why not?