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Current Logins exception radio box lost under Version 128.0 Clear History function

Under Privacy and Security, Version 128.0 deleted the radio box allowing us to Clear History excepting Current Logins. Will my current email login now be deleted when I u… (read more)

Under Privacy and Security, Version 128.0 deleted the radio box allowing us to Clear History excepting Current Logins. Will my current email login now be deleted when I use the Clear History function?

Asked by reader999 9 hours ago

log in error

since fire fox update i keep getting log in errors as below with a different number You don't have permission to access "/secure/account/Login" on this server. … (read more)

since fire fox update i keep getting log in errors as below with a different number


You don't have permission to access "/secure/account/Login" on this server.

Asked by dugz7 22 hours ago

Serious New Privacy Issue

I recently got seriously worried when I became aware about the new AI firewalls these days, which monitors or inspect SSL encrypted packets, before the packets reach to t… (read more)

I recently got seriously worried when I became aware about the new AI firewalls these days, which monitors or inspect SSL encrypted packets, before the packets reach to the main website. These new AI firewall systems are installed in some countries by their governments to suppress free speech, or just spy on its people. These firewalls, as you may already know, uses DPI-SSL system, which decrypts packets traveling from user to the main website. To decrypt the HTTPS packets, these firewalls uses its own self signed CA certificates. So I am asking the firefox developers, that why you guys allow this privacy issue? Does the packets sent from a firefoxe browser to other websites are also decrypted, by these firewalls? If yes, then why you guys allow this? Firefox must ONLY allow a specific CA certificate made for firefox browser only. Firefox browser must never let other third party softwares, or any software, to decrypt its encrypted packets. This is a serious privacy issue. With these firewalls, they can see what users write in chats, or posts, they can see witch content we are watching on a website, they can see who we follow on social media platforms, they can see which content or posts we like and etc. Even passwords are not safe anymore, which e use for any website of platform. When passwords are not safe, so does our accounts of various websites. This is a serious privacy breach.

These firewalls is a weapon for those countries which want to suppress free speech or suppress opposition sides in a government or spy on its own people.

Please let me know if I am mistaken or my concerns are genuine.

Asked by Ivonik Zoraf 4 days ago

Last reply by Ivonik Zoraf 3 days ago