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You do not need to use about:config for this.
Do you have any add-ons installed in Firefox for Android?
I have installed Adblock Plus and Ghostery, tried both disabled and enabled; and Translator.
What is the address of the website that you are trying to view?
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Are you able to share a screenshot of the message that you are seeing?
I am really keen to understand what is happening, as I have heard about this issue but have not been able to track down what is causing it.
When you say that you have an add-on called "Translater" installed, which add-on is that? I do not see it listed on my device.
What level of enhanced tracking protection do you have set?
Is there an example website I can use where this message always appears?
Attached is a screen shot of the Translator extension. Standard protection. I can't provide an example as the problem has mysteriously disappeared, most likely by an update or bug fix. I'll try with the Java control panel.
Just to clarify, is this Firefox on an Android device or is it on a desktop or laptop computer?
That add-on is not available in Firefox for Android.
This is indeed Firefox for Windows on a desktop PC.