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ID and PW popup offers old ones, how delete?

Evidently when setting up Firefox and importing from Chrome my ID's and passwords, there were some pretty old ones in there. Now with Firefox when I go to a website to l… (lire la suite)

Evidently when setting up Firefox and importing from Chrome my ID's and passwords, there were some pretty old ones in there. Now with Firefox when I go to a website to login it presents a popup offering a selection of saved ID/PWs for this site. On Chrome, and even Edge, I could just arrow down to an old one and when highlighted hit Delete to clean these out, without having to search for them in a different place to manage that.

How can I do this the easy way with Firefox - an extension or option somewhere?

Demandé par Donald Travis il y a 1 jour

Réponse de cor-el il y a 1 jour

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Where does the Firefox dictionary/lexicon reside?

Re: Check your spelling as you type When I select this option, is Firefox checking with a built-in dictionary, or uploading every word that I type in order to perform the… (lire la suite)

Re: Check your spelling as you type When I select this option, is Firefox checking with a built-in dictionary, or uploading every word that I type in order to perform the comparison on the Firefox site? Firefox Version 80.0.1 Windows 10

Demandé par formywebsite.dt9z il y a 1 jour

Réponse de cor-el il y a 1 jour

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Unable to load details in payment screen to try to make payment

Just now I tried to make a payment to a site but the payment pop up was blocked but I don't have a pop up blocker loaded. I have had a similar experience at various time… (lire la suite)

Just now I tried to make a payment to a site but the payment pop up was blocked but I don't have a pop up blocker loaded. I have had a similar experience at various times when I want to make a card payment to sites where my details are not pre stored. I can make payments to the same sites using my mobile so it must be laptop related. Not sure which security systems to check, laptop, browser or Norton . Any ideas? Many thanks Jeremy

Demandé par jerbos il y a 4 jours

Réponse de FredMcD il y a 4 jours

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How to re-disable TLSv1.0?

I tried to visit a website on a private network. Firefox threw up a security warning about how the web page uses TLSv1.0. I clicked on the "Enable TLS v1.0" button becaus… (lire la suite)

I tried to visit a website on a private network.

Firefox threw up a security warning about how the web page uses TLSv1.0.

I clicked on the "Enable TLS v1.0" button because I wanted to temporarily view the web page, so that I can look at the TLS certificate to debug an unrelated issue about the cert chain on this site.

Now I want to go back to the default settings, where Firefox blocks TLSv1.0.

How do I do that?

In about:config I looked at security.tls.version.min but it's still on the original value of 3. Yet Firefox is still letting me view that particular page over TLSv1.0 without the security warning.

Demandé par Matthew.Davis.2 il y a 5 jours

Réponse de jscher2000 il y a 5 jours

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Why was this password login access lockwise feature disabled ?

This lockwise related feature requires one to enter a computer password/pin etc to be able to see saved login passwords. This is something I have always wished FF had (li… (lire la suite)

This lockwise related feature requires one to enter a computer password/pin etc to be able to see saved login passwords. This is something I have always wished FF had (like every other browser does) but was always told that it is not necessary or is silly since it is not very secure or some other nonsense. But is is useful since it makes snooping difficult which is good enough.

Anyway, obviously FF has come around to this viewpoint... but after finding that without warning it is no longer functioning on my browser and resetting firefox and restarts and everything, I see on the page below "This feature will be disabled for both macOS and Windows in Firefox version 76 and 77. Mozilla is planning improvements to this feature in Firefox 78."

Bizarre since according to the article it starts working in version 76. Starts working in 76 but has been disabled in 76 (plus 77 for good measure).

What? My question is why was this disabled for what's likely to be a while and is there anyway to override it? Can I bring it back with a pref change? Thanks!

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/lockwise-password-authentication-prompt

Demandé par tomseys il y a 4 mois

Réponse de McCoy il y a 4 mois

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Firefox always starts in private window; never remembers history

I am trying to help my daughter figure out a problem she has with Firefox on her Windows 10 laptop. She has the latest version of Firefox installed. Every time she starts… (lire la suite)

I am trying to help my daughter figure out a problem she has with Firefox on her Windows 10 laptop. She has the latest version of Firefox installed.

Every time she starts Firefox, it starts in a private window. Even after closing it and opening a "normal" window, the choice to open the tabs from the last session is dimmed. There is no history.

I have checked her privacy and security settings and it's at the default position. It is not set to open in a private window, and it is not set to forget history.

I am baffled!

Demandé par jim.ackermann il y a 1 mois

Réponse de FredMcD il y a 1 mois

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firefox prevents redirecting to my account info page on Vanguard - how to fix?

When I am logged in to my financial account and try to go to my Balances page, Firefox blocks the redirect. I cannot find any way to stop this, so have to hit the Allow … (lire la suite)

When I am logged in to my financial account and try to go to my Balances page, Firefox blocks the redirect. I cannot find any way to stop this, so have to hit the Allow button every time. Seems like a strange place for Firefox to be blocking a page from loading, especially since I rarely get that behavior anywhere else.

Demandé par a2badger1 il y a 1 semaine

Réponse de jscher2000 il y a 1 semaine

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Can't get rid of "Your browser is being managed by your organisation"

Hi all, I'm a MacOS (v.10.15.6) user, and I've been trying to get rid of the "Your browser is being managed by your organisation" on FireFox (v.80.0.1) without any succe… (lire la suite)

Hi all,

I'm a MacOS (v.10.15.6) user, and I've been trying to get rid of the "Your browser is being managed by your organisation" on FireFox (v.80.0.1) without any success. This is the detail of the "Enterprise Policy" that's blocking: ExtensionSettings {"{443830f0-1fff-4f9a-aa1e-444bafbc7319}":{"installation_mode":"blocked"},"{02274e0c-d135-45f0-8a9c-32b35110e10d}":{"installation_mode":"blocked"}}

What I have tried: - I have uninstalled and deleted all Avast (& other antivirus related apps - I just kept "Clean my mac" but I suppose that's not the core of the issue?) (binned & through a ~/Library/ search) - I quit all apps that seemed suspicious in the Activity Monitor - I have unistalled the previous version of FireFox (& deleted all packages found on ~/Library/ and reinstalled all again

Note: the extension seems to be applied only on FireFox as my Chrome browser seems to be running normally so far.

I've restared my Mac every time I'd do something to make sure it'd sync somehow but nothing works. I still get teh same "Your browser is being managed by your organisation" on my latest FireFox version (v.80.0.1).

What can I do? Thanks a lot!

Demandé par alice.huxley il y a 1 semaine

Réponse de alice.huxley il y a 1 semaine

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Firefox Keeps Deleting Approved Pop-Up Exceptions List

Greetings! Each and every time I close out Firefox, it deletes my pop-up approved exceptions list. There are two sites I visit regularly that use pop-up windows for displ… (lire la suite)

Greetings! Each and every time I close out Firefox, it deletes my pop-up approved exceptions list. There are two sites I visit regularly that use pop-up windows for displaying information, and if I add them to the exceptions list, they are gone (along with any others) the next time I open Firefox. This doesn't seem like the type of thing that should get deleted with clear history on close settings. It is happening with version 80.0.1, and happened with the prior version. Any thoughts on what might be causing this and/or solutions would be most appreciated.

Demandé par seeblank il y a 1 semaine

Réponse de jscher2000 il y a 1 semaine

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Why isn't DuckDuckGo, Startpage, Searx, etc. Default search engine?

Hello SUMO Team! I always had this question but never really asked it. Why isn't DuckDuckGo or a more privacy based Search engine set as default? You even have to manua… (lire la suite)

Hello SUMO Team!

  I always had this question but never really asked it. Why isn't DuckDuckGo or a more privacy based Search engine set as default? You even have to manually add Startpage and others... 

 It just hurts me how a privacy browser has the Google search engine as default after all, most people come to Firefox for privacy and Google is the opposite. Maybe one of the developers can change that?

Thank you so much for trying to help me and Stay Safe!

Demandé par Tommy il y a 3 mois

Réponse de McCoy il y a 3 mois

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Where Can I Compliment the Developers for Making Login to Sites 20x More Hassle on FireFox for Android?

Is there anyplace I can compliment the developers of FireFox v80 on Android for the ingenious upgrade to access of saved login data, that makes it impossible to copy/past… (lire la suite)

Is there anyplace I can compliment the developers of FireFox v80 on Android for the ingenious upgrade to access of saved login data, that makes it impossible to copy/paste login information from the settings into a login form?

The old way, that was no good, made it possible to copy from saved login data to a login form when prefill does not happen due to subtle differences in domain names used on mobile devices vs. desktop devices. Before v80. the saved login data would be in one tab and the login form in another, so you could switch between the two, carrying the username and password in the clipboard for pasting into the form.

The new way, which is much better, makes that impossible, because the saved login data is not displayed within a tab, but instead is displayed in a four-layer-deep overlay, which blows away the login form on sites using javascript-driven popups for login forms.

The net effect is what used to be possible with a hassle now is impossible. I guess this new way is a bigger hassle, but the new way still is better, otherwise it would not be new, right?

Is there a way to communicate this directly to the developers?

Demandé par Carla Rogers il y a 2 semaines

Réponse de FredMcD il y a 2 semaines

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Clearing cookies (manage data) always breaks Firefox.

FF 80.0.1 Not sure when it started, but it has been happening for a LONG, long time. I clear data (cache) with a check mark, but clear cookies manually. It always - and I… (lire la suite)

FF 80.0.1

Not sure when it started, but it has been happening for a LONG, long time. I clear data (cache) with a check mark, but clear cookies manually. It always - and I mean *always* goes into *FF not responding* and takes up to a couple of minutes to clear. Often, I have to press clear Save Changes several times.

The only time it goes quickly and without stopping (Not Responding) is if I clear a dozen cookies or less.

Is there a solution?

Thank you.

Demandé par CiaoBella1 il y a 2 semaines

Réponse de cor-el il y a 2 semaines

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Ebay page does not display properly

When I choose any other option then remember history. Ebay page does not display properly. Only way to get it working is to choose remember history. Please fix it as I ju… (lire la suite)

When I choose any other option then remember history. Ebay page does not display properly. Only way to get it working is to choose remember history.

Please fix it as I just don't like my browser to remember history

Demandé par dipakkhatri il y a 2 semaines

Réponse de dipakkhatri il y a 2 semaines

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"Firefox prevented this page from automatically redirecting to another page". I want to disable this irritating feature. How can I do it?

Firefox continues to stymie my efforts to go to a linked page. It automatically says " Firefox has prevented this page from automatically redirecting to another page". … (lire la suite)

Firefox continues to stymie my efforts to go to a linked page. It automatically says " Firefox has prevented this page from automatically redirecting to another page". Heck, I asked for the link and do it all the time. Yet I can't figure out how to defeat this option.

Yes, I know I can take the extra step and just override it when it appears. But I'd like to think I can avoid having to do this all the time.

Thanks for any suggestions

Demandé par Roberto il y a 2 semaines

Réponse de philipp il y a 2 semaines

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Can't add custom root CA

Desired behavior: I can add my own trusted Certificate Authority next to all the others. Actual behavior: After clicking “Import” and selecting the root CA's cert file,… (lire la suite)

  • Desired behavior: I can add my own trusted Certificate Authority next to all the others.
  • Actual behavior: After clicking “Import” and selecting the root CA's cert file, reloading the website it certifies still yields an Unknown Issuer error.

I am running Firefox 80.0 on Fedora Linux 32.

This certificate file works perfectly fine on another browser.

Demandé par ishygddt_xyz il y a 2 semaines

Réponse de ishygddt_xyz il y a 2 semaines