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Android password manager password

The password to view the saved passwords in the Android version of Firefox is the same as the phone's password. PLease make nit possible to have a different password. … (read more)

The password to view the saved passwords in the Android version of Firefox is the same as the phone's password. PLease make nit possible to have a different password.

Asked by brendan_hanley 9 hours ago

Last reply by brendan_hanley 8 hours ago

Google Forms API interaction with Firefox

Hello everyone I couldn't find the answer looking here at support page. Scenario: 1.Link received by WhatsApp 2.Hit the link launched Firefox (which is my default phone… (read more)

Hello everyone

I couldn't find the answer looking here at support page.

Scenario:

1.Link received by WhatsApp 2.Hit the link launched Firefox (which is my default phone browser) and Firefox displayed the google form 3.Google form API automatically filled the form email field with google account email

Question: from where google form get the email address data'

I made several tests and I can confirm Firefox allows google form API to read my phone settings. Cos, If I send the link to another phone with a different google account the behavior is the same: once link is open the google form autofill the email field with the google account email on that phone.

Isn't supposed FF will block tracking stuff?

This is not related with auto fill settings. I also made that test too, by wiping history data and results are the same. In fact the google form displays the message 'not your account? change it'

I would like to know if I can change this behavior on FF and if possible, why is not enabled by default. This kind of settings does not provide privacy at all.

Asked by Linuxser 1 week ago

Last reply by Linuxser 11 hours ago

Firefox prevents typing about:config without search-engine interceptibility

Please forward this Q asap to the San Francisco mozi)la space, c/o developer relations dept, cc:int the reception desk and recruiting offices of that campus. I will visit… (read more)

Please forward this Q asap to the San Francisco mozi)la space, c/o developer relations dept, cc:int the reception desk and recruiting offices of that campus.

I will visit tomorrow, barring emergencies.

Please tell me when this has iINITIALLY been read by a human, by putting 77 in the heading and body of an email BACK TO ME ... I WON'T expect anything else to have been done by then.

thanks!

Your currently-homeless-bot-officially-sheltered future co-worker, AyerTimondÉ-A

Asked by ##Sesquitomal[ly%)+ 1 week ago

Last reply by James 3 days ago

Secret Settings: Use third party CA certificates.

Firefox Daylight (94.1.2) > Secret Settings > Use third party CA certificates (Allows the use of third party certificates from the Android CA store) 1. Hay disposit… (read more)

Firefox Daylight (94.1.2) > Secret Settings > Use third party CA certificates (Allows the use of third party certificates from the Android CA store)

1. Hay dispositivos con Sistema Operativo Android que NO disponen de la posibilidad de instalar certificados en el Almacenamiento del Usuario.

1. There are devices with Android Operating System that DO NOT have the possibility of installing certificates in the User's Storage.

2. Parece que Firefox NO reconoce y acepta aquellos certificados que hayan sido instalados en el Almacenamiento del Sistema.

2. It seems that Firefox does NOT recognize and accept those certificates that have been installed in the System Storage.

Digo "parece que no" porque desconozco la raíz del problema. Sin embargo, así viene sucediendo desde que aparecieron las "Secret Settings": Firefox NO atiende los certificados instalados en el Almacenamiento del Sistema.

I say "it seems not" because I do not know the root of the problem. However, this has been the case since the "Secret Settings" appeared: Firefox does NOT serve the certificates installed in the System Storage.

Y esto origina un gran problema a todos los usuarios de Firefox cuyos dispositivos Android sólo permiten instalar certificados en el Almacenamiento del Sistema.

And this causes a big problem for all Firefox users whose Android devices only allow to install certificates in the System Storage.

En esa situación, Firefox no funciona correctamente cuando debe interactuar con otra magnífica aplicación como es AdGuard AdBlocker.

In that situation, Firefox does not work properly when it must interact with another magnificent application such as AdGuard AdBlocker.

Por favor, observen que no hablo de AdGuard como "add-on" de Firefox...

Please, note that I do not speak of AdGuard as a Firefox "add-on"...

Y, por lo que más queráis, os ruego que, aunque el planteamiento de este problema pueda ser algo difícil de comprender, pongáis toda vuestra atención en el hecho de que Firefox parece fallar a la hora de utilizar cualquier certificado que haya sido almacenado en el Sistema.

And, for what you want more, I beg you that, although the approach to this problem may be somewhat difficult to understand, put all your attention on the fact that Firefox seems to fail to use any certificate that has been stored in the System.

Sólo trato de advertir a todos sobre este gran fallo con la esperanza de que ustedes, los de Mozilla, puedan y quieran arreglarlo.

I'm just trying to warn everyone about this big bug in the hope that you, guys at Mozilla, can and will fix it.

Asked by Man in the Moon 2 weeks ago

Last reply by Seburo 3 days ago

sync login block exceptions

Hey there. In Firefox on my pc I've set hunderds of login block exceptions in "Settings -> Privacy & Security". On my Firefox Nightly for Android I don't see the o… (read more)

Hey there.

In Firefox on my pc I've set hunderds of login block exceptions in "Settings -> Privacy & Security". On my Firefox Nightly for Android I don't see the option for syncing also those info. Is there a way for avoiding to insert them again on my android?

Thanks. Luigi.

Asked by solquest3 4 days ago

Huge security issue with saved passwords

Hi all! To test this I did a complete fresh install of Firefox on Android. After installation I paired Firefox with my account via firefox.com/pair. On my PC the main pas… (read more)

Hi all!

To test this I did a complete fresh install of Firefox on Android. After installation I paired Firefox with my account via firefox.com/pair. On my PC the main password is activated and supposed to protect my passwords via encryption. After pairing and enabling the password sync option all my stored passwords are available on the Android phone. And I even can have a look at them in clear text.

This is a huge problem since it never asked me for my main password. This password is supposed to be required to decrypt this data. Which means this data is not encrypted on the Firefox servers. Which in turn means even my passwords I use on the PC are not secure.

According to all documentation I read until now I was assuming my data is only stored encrypted and can only be restored with the main password. Right now I don't really know what to do. I require a secure password store.

Many Greetings! Remo

Asked by mozilla.org14 2 weeks ago

Last reply by Seburo 1 week ago

Clicking back button while Searching logins and passwords broken

Why does FF make you search all over again for logins/passwords? If I search for a login and get multiple hits and after I look at one and click the back button I have t… (read more)

Why does FF make you search all over again for logins/passwords? If I search for a login and get multiple hits and after I look at one and click the back button I have to search all over again to get back to the same results. Is this a feature or a bug? Is there a setting I need to change? If it's a feature can you add a feature that lets us go back to the same results if we click the back button?

Thank you, Matt

Asked by matt_p207 2 weeks ago

Last reply by Seburo 1 week ago

zerossl

Currently firefox donot support ssl certificate from zerossl. But google chrome do. Why you keeping untouchability with them. Google and other reputed companies are trust… (read more)

Currently firefox donot support ssl certificate from zerossl. But google chrome do. Why you keeping untouchability with them. Google and other reputed companies are trust thier service.

Asked by Amal 2 weeks ago

Last reply by Seburo 1 week ago

Delete history

In delete history settings I would assume that the deletion of history option is there to avoid anyone picking up the phone (including a repairer) and seeing where one ha… (read more)

In delete history settings I would assume that the deletion of history option is there to avoid anyone picking up the phone (including a repairer) and seeing where one has been. I'm surprised that there isn't an option to close all tabs within say 10 minutes and 1 minute. Could this option be ae please.

Asked by richardceee 1 week ago

Last reply by Seburo 1 week ago

Master password not longer required in Android

Deleting the option to require the master password was a huge mistake. It was the only reason to prefer FF over Chrome. Can I roll back to an earlier version and get this… (read more)

Deleting the option to require the master password was a huge mistake. It was the only reason to prefer FF over Chrome. Can I roll back to an earlier version and get this option back? If so, how do I download this older version.

Asked by billley 3 weeks ago

Last reply by Seburo 2 weeks ago