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Government sponsored cyber stalking

Dear Mozilla, I am a victim of cyber criminals. It's been two years, and all that need to know about the chronic crime, they don't do anything to stop it. Can you please… (read more)

Dear Mozilla,

I am a victim of cyber criminals. It's been two years, and all that need to know about the chronic crime, they don't do anything to stop it. Can you please watch my ip, and activity on your browser? Please notify me if you notice irregular activity? Also, feel free to reach out to me, especially with actionable steps to stop it.

Devices below are not mine, except one. Who owns these devices?

Be safe!

Asked by Hennessey 5 days ago

Last reply by Paul 5 days ago

firefox for android

Why do I have to go to google to download this app? I do not use Google. If you are controlled by Google please let me know so I can make other choices. Is there an AP… (read more)

Why do I have to go to google to download this app?

I do not use Google. If you are controlled by Google please let me know so I can make other choices.

Is there an APK repository or on your site I can go to for the android app?

Thanks

Asked by poksalid 6 days ago

Last reply by Paul 6 days ago

finding passwords

My google account has informed me that some of my information has been found in data breaches on the dark web. This included a list of information found. Where a password… (read more)

My google account has informed me that some of my information has been found in data breaches on the dark web. This included a list of information found. Where a password has been compromised, the list gives the 1st 3 characters of the password followed by ******. No website information is given. My query ..... Is there a way of searching my passwords held in Firefox to find this password so that I can change it? Firefox stores my passwords, how do I find a particular password without knowing the website it is associated with?

Asked by LindaM 3 weeks ago

Last reply by James 2 weeks ago

Javascript

I cant connect to my Mozilla Services ,,,i can't enable my Javascript for Firefox and I'm a novies and don't know anything so I've pressings any links i just my situation… (read more)

I cant connect to my Mozilla Services ,,,i can't enable my Javascript for Firefox and I'm a novies and don't know anything so I've pressings any links i just my situation worst, ,,,,all the information the report about bug other things from Github /Mozilla I didn't understand it all but it's getting worst

Asked by JD 2 weeks ago

Last reply by Paul 2 weeks ago

Firefox for Android Extensions

So, I apprehend how this works presently (or until recently) with Firefox for Android solid cut back to approximately a dozen extensions (provide or take) and first of al… (read more)

So, I apprehend how this works presently (or until recently) with Firefox for Android solid cut back to approximately a dozen extensions (provide or take) and first of all broader extension get right of entry to being to be had in forks like Iceraven and, ultimately, if you understand the name of the game code and have a Mozilla account, Firefox Nightly and Firefox Beta.

But, i have examine that this is converting to in which in preference to the prevailing "integrated" extension Firefox for Android extension library that become heavily limited on Firefox solid, it'll be replaced with the aid of an AMO library open to submissions in the same way pre-version sixty nine Firefox for Android, and present day Firefox for home windows are, with Android variations of extension on the identical AMO pages as their desktop opposite numbers, for the ones computer developers who additionally need an Android model.

I have a few questions, which maybe other human beings have too, inclusive of:

- Which model is this anticipated to fully land in nightly and beta? Approximate date?

- Which version is this expect to fully land in strong? Approximate date?

- Will all present day extensions with new extension versions stick round in every user's installations with a continuing upgrade, or will human beings should reinstall extensions manually after changeover?

- If the extensions deliver over automatically, what happens to people upgrading from, say, simply for instance, modern-day Android uBlock beginning to new extension fashion uBlock foundation past the obvious? Will the settings and customizations to such things as filters and filter listing be ported over much like a ordinary software program improve, or does the exchange in codecs make that a non-starter and revert to a popular new installation uBO? I ask because if extension settings do not bring over, humans should recognise to be able to backup what they could (and, if a backup mechanism isn't always supplied by means of an extension, the give up user could optionally take screenshots or notes before the current model goes away to get it returned doing things the manner the cease person would really like after) and reimport it to the new edition, if they care about such matters enough to do it.

- What occurs to the modern Firefox for Android extensions, both those covered on solid and the numerous more that are not, but that humans access thru forks and non-solid versions of Firefox? Is this strictly a one system at a time component, in which the handiest system disappears whilst solid is going live with support for the new style extensions, or might both upload-on systems exist side via aspect for some time thereafter?

Asked by oganifrun29 3 weeks ago

Last reply by Paul 3 weeks ago

FIX CUSTOM TABS NOW

OVER THREE YEARS PEOPLE HAVE BEEN DEMANDING THIS. When I tap a link in an app, I want it to open IN FIREFOX. Not some custom tab. Not some special pseudo in-app environme… (read more)

OVER THREE YEARS PEOPLE HAVE BEEN DEMANDING THIS. When I tap a link in an app, I want it to open IN FIREFOX. Not some custom tab. Not some special pseudo in-app environment. IN. FIREFOX. EVERY OTHER browser on Android can do this. Don't give me some BS answer about removing Firefox as my default browser, either. That causes it to either open in the app I'm using, or the phone's built-in browser, NEITHER OF WHICH ARE SECURE. If you really care about security, like you're trying to sell us you are, you will fix this yesterday.

Asked by Barret Evans 3 weeks ago

Last reply by Paul 3 weeks ago

enable JavaScript

I keep trying to enable JavaScript on the Mozilla Firefox and toggle from false to true so I can get a certain banking app to work on my phone if you could please please … (read more)

I keep trying to enable JavaScript on the Mozilla Firefox and toggle from false to true so I can get a certain banking app to work on my phone if you could please please give me some advice I would greatly appreciate it and how to accept cookies and all that is what I need to do and I can't seem to navigate where to go on my phone a little stressful but I might have to go to their customer service tomorrow during operation hours or call them anyways please help

Asked by monahanmelissa3 3 weeks ago

Last reply by Paul 3 weeks ago

found old phone still using Lockwise

I just discovered that the android phone (Samsung A71) I am currently using was in fact still using Lockwise for Auto Fill. How do I force this old copy of Lockwise to d… (read more)

I just discovered that the android phone (Samsung A71) I am currently using was in fact still using Lockwise for Auto Fill.

How do I force this old copy of Lockwise to do a final sync before I uninstall it. I do know that at least some of the passwords stored in it are up to date. At this time, I DO NOT have access to a PC. I DO have access to a more recent android phone (Samsung A53 5G) that DOES NOT have Lockwise installed and is using the most up-to-date version of FireFox for Android.

Also is firefox typed out in lowercase or one of these ways: "Firefox" or "FireFox"? I have a habit of camelcasing some computer terms left over from my days as a UNIX Administrator (AT&T Bell Labs versions and not any BSD versions) and want to know the proper way to type it (from the horse's mouth so to speak).

Regards

Asked by Evil Dave of Canada 1 month ago

Last reply by Paul 1 month ago

Does Firefox have any security measures for add-ons?

I've used Tor Browser (Firefox kernel), and the "add-ons" in that browser say "add-ons may damage the browser". Does Firefox have any safety measures for add-ons (such as… (read more)

I've used Tor Browser (Firefox kernel), and the "add-ons" in that browser say "add-ons may damage the browser". Does Firefox have any safety measures for add-ons (such as running them in quarantine so that they don't damage the browser itself or other add-ons).

Asked by ygaqnrq9iw 1 month ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 month ago