Hi guys, Well, I think I bring here a very interesting thing for the Mozilla team. I found I have some sort of exploit which takes screen captures whenever I click on any…
Hi guys, Well, I think I bring here a very interesting thing for the Mozilla team. I found I have some sort of exploit which takes screen captures whenever I click on any web page. It is specially active whenever you are entering sensitive information like when I log-in onto site accounts, o whenever I check something on the bank. I checked processes using process explorer, and everything points at Mozilla being very active and nothing else. I check the creation of those screen captures and they are always, there. I normally kill every process which is not necessary, and the ones left are just essential. I ran several bootable antivirues like Eset, Kaspersky and Bitdefender and they don't detect anything weird. I removed from a bootable CD all temp files this "thing" creates while making files and take snap of my screen. I goes back on when you are back on Windows. I know that something was going on when on the bank site I had a AVG-antivirus alert saying that an exploit was active and gave me the option to remove it. Other than that, you don't feel a thing. As said, it goes back the alert everytime you visit the bank and some other log-ins, specially while banking. I also disable all Firefox add-ons, as well as the Java on my computer -I believe there's some connection with Java here-. I have the suspicion that it is pdf/exploit coz I saw a glimpse of that name while uninstalling something which I thing was Facemoods. Not too sure how it got there. So there, guys!! I don't know where this "thing" resides, really does -it could be doing more things-, or how to get rid of it. PS: I saw a while ago that I have to mozilla folder hanging from "program files". One is mozilla.bak. I'm digging into this now. Any shed on this, you pros!! I'm not a pro myself, yet I love IT :-) Thanks a bunch in advance to anyone taking the time to solve the one big problem Firefox has and is going to have in the short run. BR F
Update 55.0 corrupted FF, erased all 1800 bookmarks, negated ability to save passwords, & corrupted ability to navigate any website-WHAT TO DO?
Computer: Dell XPS420 Intel Core Duo 32 bit, Window 7 Sp1 -- Update 55.0 corrupted not only FF, erasing all 1800 bookmarks, but negated ability to save passwords. Also, t…
Computer: Dell XPS420 Intel Core Duo 32 bit, Window 7 Sp1 -- Update 55.0 corrupted not only FF, erasing all 1800 bookmarks, but negated ability to save passwords. Also, the update corrupted any ability to navigate any website. FF, when loading 55.0 took near 20 minutes to finally come on line. After about an hour of frustration I restored my system using a recent restore point. This brought up a BLANK 54.0.1 version of FF. I manage to search out "old" FF data to recover most of the Bookmarks, but the "Remember logins for sites" check box cannot be activated. I am at a loss as to any further troubleshooting. HELP!
Hi guys, I keep getting pop-up on Firefox new window saying "Recommended Security Upgrade, add SafeSearch Incognito fir Firefox' is this legit Mozilla product?
New tab pop's up with link : http://firefox-24111.reupd.net/protect/enable Is this legit Firefox/Mozilla pop-up or virus? Not sure if i should install this 'recommended s…
New tab pop's up with link : http://firefox-24111.reupd.net/protect/enable
Is this legit Firefox/Mozilla pop-up or virus?
Not sure if i should install this 'recommended security upgrade'?
After the last browser update I can't use the private browsing mode, because the browser in the private window keeps asking me for the password continuously, thus preclud…
After the last browser update I can't use the private browsing mode, because the browser in the private window keeps asking me for the password continuously, thus precluding the possibility of browsing.
IS firefox browser HIPAA compliant for usage of transmitting patient records, x-rays and Personal Health Information?
Can Mozilla be hacked, and later distribute Malware in Automatic Updates, as in the recent Petya attack?
Given that this latest Petya malware attack apparently originated in a software company that got hacked, and unknowingly delivered malware in their software updates, how …
Given that this latest Petya malware attack apparently originated in a software company that got hacked, and unknowingly delivered malware in their software updates, how can we be confident that Mozilla's automatic updates are safe? I have since turned off Automatic Updates with FireFox and Thunderbird, but I would like to know what Mozilla is doing to guarantee that this can't happen with them. If I was out to cause chaos using this method, then Mozilla would be the first company I would think of to get deep worldwide infiltration of my malware. Has NSA already penetrated Mozilla, and if so were those exploits released into the wild along with all the others put out by "Shadow Brokers" recently?
There are some sites that do not prompt Firefox to save my password. Is it impossible to add an Add Password to the saved passwords screen for times when I revisit the s…
There are some sites that do not prompt Firefox to save my password.
Is it impossible to add an Add Password to the saved passwords screen for times when I revisit the site?
I need to allow encrypted connection with mixed content for this website https://support.microsoft.com
I am unable to connect or use any of these important websites. http://*.update.microsoft.com https://*.update.microsoft.com http://download.windowsupdate.com …
I am unable to connect or use any of these important websites. http://*.update.microsoft.com
http://support.microsoft.com https://support.microsoft.com https://dcupload.microsoft.com https://diagnostics.support.microsoft.com https://dcodews.partners.extranet.microsoft.com http://microsoft.com https://microsoft.com
I am told that they are encrypted and use mixed content. Firefox automatically blocks them. But, I need to download and use their scans and fix it tools. How can I fix this for these websites to work? I have already allowed them in permissions. It hasn't helped. My firewalls are not blocking them. Browser is updated. Firefox 43.0 Windows 7
I run ecommerce site, which was using standard ‘Positive SSL’ using the following SSLCipherSuite ALL:!ADH:+HIGH:+MEDIUM:+SSLv2:+EXP. I’ve not had a problem with Firefox u…
I run ecommerce site, which was using standard ‘Positive SSL’ using the following SSLCipherSuite ALL:!ADH:+HIGH:+MEDIUM:+SSLv2:+EXP.
I’ve not had a problem with Firefox users accessing the site, but today, I removed the Positive SSL cert and replaced it with a ‘Positive Wildcard SSL’
The site is fine with other browsers but when testing on Firefox (no other changes made) I get the following error: --- Secure Connection Failed An error occurred during a connection to www.sussexcookers.com. Cannot communicate securely with peer: no common encryption algorithm(s). (Error code: ssl_error_no_cypher_overlap) The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified. Please contact the web site owners to inform them of this problem. --- Now I’m obviously the site owner – and I suspect I will be contacted by my users shortly! So I want to address this problem for them. So any help is appreciated!
Now I concluded that – after performing clean install of Firefox on test machine, that the problem is related to SSLCipherSuite, I tried implementing a number of CipherSuites which corrected the problem on test machine, but doesn’t fix the problem for customers who have already visited the site and are returning. The problem is still present on my main development machine and second test machine I use. I’m currently running the following CipherSuite as specified by the Wiki: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Server_Side_TLS ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:DHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:DHE-DSS-AES128-GCM-SHA256:kEDH+AESGCM:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-SHA256:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-SHA256:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-SHA:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-SHA:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA384:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-SHA384:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-SHA:DHE-RSA-AES128-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES128-SHA:DHE-DSS-AES128-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA256:DHE-DSS-AES256-SHA:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:ECDHE-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA:ECDHE-ECDSA-DES-CBC3-SHA:AES128-GCM-SHA256:AES256-GCM-SHA384:AES128-SHA256:AES256-SHA256:AES128-SHA:AES256-SHA:AES:CAMELLIA:DES-CBC3-SHA:!aNULL:!eNULL:!EXPORT:!DES:!RC4:!MD5:!PSK:!aECDH:!EDH-DSS-DES-CBC3-SHA:!EDH-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA:!KRB5-DES-CBC3-SHA
Is this a bug or is there setting I need to change to address this problem. At the moment I fear that anyone who as viewed my site in Firefox prior the certificate change won’t be able to view the site with the new certificate unless they re-install Firefox or rinse the certificate database. Which is not viable steps for my average customer.
Any help or advice would be super appreciated thanks!
I'm stuck with Firefox version 36 with no options to change. I need to be able to send a config file or batch file to multiple users that will update the popups exception…
I'm stuck with Firefox version 36 with no options to change. I need to be able to send a config file or batch file to multiple users that will update the popups exceptions list with a specific site while leaving popup blocker enabled. I'm also running Windows XP (also stuck to this with no option of upgrade). I've tried using a hostperm.1 file with this line in it: "host popup 1 mysite.com" and this doesn't work. I've also tried adding it to the auto config file with this line: "pref("xpinstall.whitelist.add", "mysite.com");" but this doesn't work either. Is there a command line that will do this for me? Or another config file that will accomplish this?
Hello! My partner is unable to access the following secure site via Firefox 55.0.3: https://mdlandrec.net/main/ He receives the error message: "Secure Connection Failed. …
My partner is unable to access the following secure site via Firefox 55.0.3: https://mdlandrec.net/main/
He receives the error message: "Secure Connection Failed. The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading." (Full error message screen shot attached.)
Meanwhile, I am able to access the site with no problem, using the same version.
The error message suggests I contact the site owners, which is not possible. The site is a state government site and the owners are not responsive. I cannot wait for this problem to resolve itself. Is there any way to bypass this security so that my partner's Firefox can access the site?
Thank you! BenGW
I just received a "Password Reset Notification" e-mail that looked very scammy, I right clicked on the link to select "Report Phishing Scam, but when Firefox was going t…
I just received a "Password Reset Notification" e-mail that looked very scammy,
I right clicked on the link to select "Report Phishing Scam, but when Firefox was going to open the Mozilla Phishing report page, I got "Warning, potential security risk ahead"
I think there's a problem somewhere...!
Hi, For as long as I remember, i preferred using Firefox as my standard browser, heck I always had only one browser, Firefox. But not until recently I've encountered a se…
Hi, For as long as I remember, i preferred using Firefox as my standard browser, heck I always had only one browser, Firefox. But not until recently I've encountered a serious problem with Firefox that actually made me uninstall it and use Chrome! o.O
I had to reinstall my entire system, which went quite well until I downloaded and installed Firefox and used it for a couple of minutes. At first everything was fine, Firefox took me everywhere as I was used to. But when I customized Firefox to my own preferences, added the new-tab-override extension and changed the home page address Firefox all of a sudden started blocking access to all websites. I am permanently getting the following warning: "Your connection is not secure" with the error code: "Error code: SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER". Even to go on this site I was forced to use a different browser. :(
I am quite a computer veteran (or I at least think I am) but I tried and tried and tried to solve the issue but I had no success. I looked up people who were experiencing similar problems but I couldn't find a working solution. I tried reinstalling Firefox, which at first seemed to work again, but after a couple of minutes and some adjustments to my aforementioned preferences, it blocked all access again and made me quite frustrated that this can happen just like that. At least I would have hoped that Firefox would ask me if it should block sites in this manner, but I cant fix it at all. I'm now using Chrome, which I detest. I want my old Firefox back! Good ol' Firefox that doesn't scr€w me over when I install it, change the homepage and change the new-tab... Hope you can help me out here, or I'll be stuck with Chrome for the rest of my computing life... x(
Q: How do I fix this "Error code: SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER" from occurring?
Dear volunteers,.. y'all do tremendously valuable work ... adding to the wisdom of the cloud/crowd. Many times I solved a problem by just looking for postings of others…
Dear volunteers,.. y'all do tremendously valuable work ... adding to the wisdom of the cloud/crowd. Many times I solved a problem by just looking for postings of others who had the similar problem, but now I had to become a member of this community to ask about this problem. The only thing I could find that sort of addressed (I think??) my problem was https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=499233 But I don't understand that tech-talk.
Anyways ... on July 6 the build in password manager stopped responding to my old and tested master password. The password manager just keeps asking for it... as if my password is wrong - but it is not. I have been using the same password for a few years and never changed it. Prior to this mysterious behaviour I did nothing special to my computer or to Firefox. I'm on Win7 with up to date virus and malware protection.
The thing that makes me think that it is not a question of the wrong password, is that after much fiddling in the section "settings and security" with it's options like resetting, changing, removing or showing passwords ... suddenly my old and trusted master password was accepted again (!) but only in the "change master password" field. So I did change my master password into exactly the same old master password that had worked for the last years. I than closed Firefox ... started it again ... went to a site for which it keeps my password .. entered my (old-new) master password ... and bingo it was again accepted. Joy :) The next day however password manager again refused to cooperate! And now 'it' does not fall any more for the procedure to change the master password. I do know about typo's, and I do sometimes use the copy/paste method from hidden plain text files. When password manager finally accepted my password again ... I did - to be extra certain - a keyboard input in the first field and a copy/paste input in the second field and that was accepted by the password manager. Any one ever heard of such a thing?
I have followed the Firefox refresh procedure but my passwords are still missing. I have had to generate a login for Firefox to ask this question. It than saved this ha…
I have followed the Firefox refresh procedure but my passwords are still missing.
I have had to generate a login for Firefox to ask this question. It than saved this having remembered my old password login
After my laptop is discharged, when the browser is turned on, I discovered that all my saved passwords are lost. None of the tips I found through Google did not help (run…
After my laptop is discharged, when the browser is turned on, I discovered that all my saved passwords are lost. None of the tips I found through Google did not help (run in safe mode, create a new profile, restore an older version ...). In the folder with the profile of the browser was the file logins.json.corrupt that I hope to recover. Can you tell how to do it?
I am a Web developer. I have a localhost XAMPP installation which is not accessible through the Internet. I use the self-signed certificate supplied with XAMPP to enable …
I am a Web developer. I have a localhost XAMPP installation which is not accessible through the Internet. I use the self-signed certificate supplied with XAMPP to enable SSL development. Let me repeat myself — I am doing my development on my own localhost with no access over the internet for my development server. This is my own machine, completely and entirely owned by me. Every time Firefox does an update, it finds a new way to tell me that it has complete control over the machine that it allows me to use only on its own terms. It does everything it can to ensure that I have no control over it.
In light of this, several years ago, I completely uninstalled Firefox, only too happy to consign it to the evil waste heap it so richly deserves. Like a complete idiot I decided to reinstall it about six months ago. Since then, I've spent weeks trying to make it work. Just when I get it somehow to work, it begins to completely bomb again. This last iteration, just one in a long series of iterations, I have spent two complete, entire, and utterly wasted DAYS trying to find a resolution to no avail. That's two days, well over 16 hours, of completely wasted time when I could have been earning money. (When is Firefox going to pay me for what that cost? Where and how do I submit my bill?) It still does not work continuing to give a Your connection is not secure. Error code: MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_SELF_SIGNED_CERT error and no alternatives for a workaround. It should be noted that, at no point, does Firefox give me the "Add Exception" button that it formerly gave. (I guess they had to remove that workaround because it prevented Firefox from having absolute control over my machine.
During those two, long, unproductive days, I tried every supposed resolution I could find via Google, including numerous changes to about:config. None of them worked.
The machine that my localhost is installed on is a Windos 10 Pro machine running Apache 2.4. I am using Firefox v.63 with the Flash plugin (not used in web development, of course). My anti-malware is Malwarebytes. When Firefox, the greatest malware of all times, decided to take control of my machine and block my web development, I completely turned off Malwarebytes to ensure that it wasn't the primary culprit. (It had never been at the root of the problem in the past. Malwarebytes makes it easy to add exceptions for an IP address such as 127.0.0.1, the IP universally used by localhosts. In any case, turning off Malwarebytes, of course, did nothing with regard to the issue created by Firefox. Naturally, Firefox would never implement such a simple resolution because, after all, they have to have complete control over my machine.)
My question is: Is there any way to permanently, totally, completely, and irrevocably prevent Firefox from blockading me from doing web development, allowing me to access with ease, localhost web sites, created in the Apache virtual host (httpd-vhost.conf) configuration file on IP 127.0.0.1 and established in the Windows hosts file (/Windows/System32/drivers/etc/hosts)? Or is the only resolution to completely uninstall/trash Firefox from my system and never look back?
Needless to say, I am frustrated beyond belief.
I'm in Mac OSX Sierra. No antivirus installed. Firefox is 56.0.2 since 57 gave me problems. It worked perfectly and, all of a sudden, wham! Some sites work, some others, …
I'm in Mac OSX Sierra. No antivirus installed. Firefox is 56.0.2 since 57 gave me problems. It worked perfectly and, all of a sudden, wham! Some sites work, some others, MOZILLA.ORG and GOOGLE INCLUDED, no more. Restarted in safe mode, no way. Cleared cache. No way. Trashed the program and reinstalled in 56.0.2, no way, reinstalled in 57, no way. Erased the cert8.db files in profiles. No way, no way, no way. In some sites, I could add exception but then they open up with no images, not formatted, in a weird plain mode.
When I try google.com, it says:
Your connection is not secure The owner of www.google.com has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website. This site uses HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) to specify that Firefox may only connect to it securely. As a result, it is not possible to add an exception for this certificate. Learn more…
When I click "learn more", it goes to Mozilla but... MOZILLA IS BLOCKED TOO! I open the same page in Safari but just say to fix the antivirus and I have no antivirus.
I click the "advanced" tag and this is what shows up:
www.google.com uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate is unknown. The server might not be sending the appropriate intermediate certificates. An additional root certificate may need to be imported. Error code: SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER
I click the SEC_ERROR and there's another window saying "copy text to clipboard" and... ok, I'm an idiot but I don't know what's the clipboard and where's it. Anyway, the text is this:
https://www.google.com/ Peer’s Certificate issuer is not recognized. HTTP Strict Transport Security: true HTTP Public Key Pinning: true Certificate chain:
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That's all folks. I'm lost. Firefox has been my favorite in years and now... I'm stuck. Thanks in advance for your help.