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1password wont work because firefox is unsigned code, why?

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I can no longer use 1password to log into the myriad of accounts that I connect to using firefox. 1password worked fine until one of the latest automatic updates, and I do not no which one screwed it up. The error is that 1password says firefox is no longer signed code and therefore cannot be trusted. I used firefox and 1password every day until two days ago. Is there a previous version of firefox for mac that is secure? The only reason I use auto update is so I do not miss security fixes.

BTW 1password has no problem with the latest Safari. It is just that I like firefox better...

I can no longer use 1password to log into the myriad of accounts that I connect to using firefox. 1password worked fine until one of the latest automatic updates, and I do not no which one screwed it up. The error is that 1password says firefox is no longer signed code and therefore cannot be trusted. I used firefox and 1password every day until two days ago. Is there a previous version of firefox for mac that is secure? The only reason I use auto update is so I do not miss security fixes. BTW 1password has no problem with the latest Safari. It is just that I like firefox better...

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Firefox checked by RB App Checker:

note there are three unsigned auxilliary executables.  possible solution there somewhere?  I am over my head here.  help?

The application was signed by “Apple Root CA”, “Developer ID Application: Mozilla Corporation”. Both the verified timestamp and the signing-time are: Mar 21, 2015, 1:15:55 AM. The object code format is “bundle with Mach-O universal (i386 x86_64)”. Both bundle and signing identifiers are “org.mozilla.firefox”. The signature specifies explicit requirements.  The signature specifies resource rules (v1).  The signature specifies resource rules (v2).  Requirements and resources validate correctly.

The code signature contains a snapshot of the application’s Info.plist. 

The code signature contains 3 certificates.  Certificate “Apple Root CA”:  Your keychain contains this trusted root certificate. Will expire on Feb 9, 2035. Certificate “Developer ID Certification Authority”:  Will expire on Feb 1, 2027. Certificate “Developer ID Application: Mozilla Corporation”:  Will expire on May 23, 2017. SHA1 fingerprint: “F24365E6D31CBE67D4D5B5179C0CE092C1ACD27D”.

The application is probably from an authorized Apple Developer.

The application is running with process ID 392. The process has status flags set (valid). The process passes dynamic validation.

The application is not sandboxed.

16 auxiliary executables have been found.  3 are unsigned.  13 are signed by “Apple Root CA”, “Developer ID Application: Mozilla Corporation”.  3 executables are in the Resources folder. 

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Check for updates for 1password. If there is still a problem, check with their support site. There are also other programs available.

Go to the Mozilla Add-ons Web Page {web link} (There’s a lot of good stuff here) and search for what you want.