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Unauthorized use

Someone has logged into my new laptop's Firefox, I've changed my password but they keep logging into my accounts... paypal, amazon, credit cards. Please help me. They've… (tuilleadh eolais)

Someone has logged into my new laptop's Firefox, I've changed my password but they keep logging into my accounts... paypal, amazon, credit cards. Please help me. They've charged almost $500 already

Asked by ashleyjcook 8 n-uaire ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 1 uair ó shin

Firefox 96 - block autoplay still doesn't work

I know it gets posted a lot but none have actual working answers. I have autoplay to be blocked on all sites, I will never want any site to autoplay anything, I'd rather… (tuilleadh eolais)

I know it gets posted a lot but none have actual working answers. I have autoplay to be blocked on all sites, I will never want any site to autoplay anything, I'd rather not be ever to ever start the video than for autoplay to happen.

I've checked the about:config against other posts say are the answer but it it's never solved this.

Upgraded to firefox 96 and the problem persists - haven't checked much yet but instagram.com is certainly playing every post.

Asked by Frank & Jen 3 lá ó shin

Last reply by TNorth 1 uair ó shin

Credit card nickname

I would like to name my credit cards ("Irl's AMEX", "B's auto Visa"). Safari allows this but Firefox doesn't seem to. Or at least I can't find it. Basically, when I view … (tuilleadh eolais)

I would like to name my credit cards ("Irl's AMEX", "B's auto Visa"). Safari allows this but Firefox doesn't seem to. Or at least I can't find it. Basically, when I view a saved credit card, instead of seeing, e.g., "****1234 2025-01" I'd like to see a text entry which I can edit. I'm even willing to do a bit of fancy footwork (add something to the .plist, say). OS X High Sierra, 10.13.6.

Asked by irl1 3 huaire ó shin

Credit Card Autofill

Autofill Addresses shows up under Forms & Autofill, but not credit cards! Sequence of events: 1) Credit card autofill worked fine. 2) Installed (Intego) VPN & … (tuilleadh eolais)

Autofill Addresses shows up under Forms & Autofill, but not credit cards! Sequence of events: 1) Credit card autofill worked fine. 2) Installed (Intego) VPN & software suite. Set the net barrier application rule to block ksfetch; allowed all other Firefox connections. Credit card auto fill info showed per usual but now would not populate. 3) Researching in FF forums, changed a few extensions.formautofill settings. That's when credit card section disappeared from Settings. Thought it was a good time to stop; did not take screen shot of settings before making changes, so thought it best to reach out. All help is appreciated!

Here are the current 14 settings with prefix "extensions.formautofill." 1)addresses.capture.enabled - false 2)addresses.enabled - false (all bold) 3)available - on (all bold) 4)creditCards.available - true 5)creditCards.enabled - true 6)creditCards.hideui - true (all bold) 7)creditCards.used - 3 (all bold) 8)firstTimeUse - true 9)heuristics.enabled - true 10)loglevel - Warn 11)reauth.enabled - true 12) section.enabled - true 13) supportRTL - false; 14)supportedCountries - US,CA

Asked by tpomerene 6 huaire ó shin

Websites

Thanks for the reply. I have windows defender and Vipre firewalls. Turning them off still doesn't allow Firefox to go to AOL. Google or Vipre, but will go to many other w… (tuilleadh eolais)

Thanks for the reply. I have windows defender and Vipre firewalls. Turning them off still doesn't allow Firefox to go to AOL. Google or Vipre, but will go to many other websites.

Asked by psfell 8 n-uaire ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 7 n-uaire ó shin

iCloud

Apparently Firefox is the culprit in blocking the 2 step verification panel from showing so I could log in to iCloud. I had to use Chrome to finally see the boxes for the… (tuilleadh eolais)

Apparently Firefox is the culprit in blocking the 2 step verification panel from showing so I could log in to iCloud. I had to use Chrome to finally see the boxes for the verification number.

Can you tell me what settings to change or is it possibly something on your end?

Thanks, Jeff

Asked by jeffbellvo 8 n-uaire ó shin

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 8 n-uaire ó shin

fixed generated password

I have an account with Amazon which I cannot access as my password looks as though it has been generated and Amazon cannot change it . The password shows on line at log i… (tuilleadh eolais)

I have an account with Amazon which I cannot access as my password looks as though it has been generated and Amazon cannot change it . The password shows on line at log in as a row of black dots As normal you would think but the dots take up the whol;e of the box and I am unable to delete them either by backspacing or highlighting and pressing delete , it returns to the dots every time, Amazon have tried to help but say it is a problem with my computer using firefox. I have tried to find a phone number to talk to someone as this is an unusual problem but no joy. It would be great if someone can HELP .... I am a very basic user of my computer and do not understand many of the references or abreviations Thank you Barry

Asked by bazza.nwliveaid 12 uair ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 8 n-uaire ó shin

How to add new DoH server to TRR list

Hello, I'm working for a service provider and we added DoH support in our recursive resolver. I would like to include it in the TRR list. Is there a registration form for… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello, I'm working for a service provider and we added DoH support in our recursive resolver. I would like to include it in the TRR list. Is there a registration form for this? Is there a contact person ?

Asked by amos3 10 n-uaire ó shin

Last reply by TyDraniu 9 n-uaire ó shin

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Firefox privacy settings

I've been trying to configure my laptop to suit my needs, which differs from those on desktop. Basically, I trust both devices due to full-disk encryption, but it's possi… (tuilleadh eolais)

I've been trying to configure my laptop to suit my needs, which differs from those on desktop. Basically, I trust both devices due to full-disk encryption, but it's possible to steal my laptop while powered on and unlocked. Hence my laptop approach is strict while adding a few exceptions that rely on successful authentication without remembering passwords.

I find it quite hard to manage exceptions. I've spend a couple of hours reading through this forum as well as numerous FAQs and guides, yet it appears there are a lot of conflicting options that override certain settings. The entire process is pretty counterintuitive and could use an overhaul from a UX perspective, where a simplification of the process might also result in the resources becoming more useful.

Anyway, one of my issues is that it appears I can't use asterisk * when defining URL exceptions for cookie settings. Second, unless explicitly defined, the protocol defaults to http and not https. I guess I should ask what happens before complaining too much. Example time:

1: I add the URL 'example.com' 2: Firefox converts it to 'http://example.com' 3: I add the URL 'https://example.com'

How will each of these exceptions work for the following: https://www.example.com https://this.example.com

And how can I mitigate this without a regex or similar, short of manually adding an extensive list of possible variations in between https:// and .example.com? To clarify, I'll need an exception for something like https://*.example.com

Finally, how is this affected by individual settings in the sections Enhanced Tracking Protection, Cookies and Site Data, and History? Any pitfalls I should be aware of?

Asked by joey_moey 14 uair ó shin

Answered by jscher2000 13 uair ó shin

Service Worker cannot register

I am using Firefox 96.0.1 on macOS Monterey 12.1 If you have "'Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed checked in Privacy & Security/Cookies and Site Dat… (tuilleadh eolais)

I am using Firefox 96.0.1 on macOS Monterey 12.1

If you have "'Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed checked in Privacy & Security/Cookies and Site Data then this causes sites that use a service worker to fail registration with the error:

"Failed to register/update a ServiceWorker for scope https://every-layout.dev/: Storage access is restricted in this context due to user settings or private browsing mode."

This *only* occurs with Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Brave etc. all register the service worker OK. I know the workaround is to put in an Exception to Allow but this should not be necessary. In this case the service worker is use to provide access to paid for content and off-line reading.

I contacted the site's developers and they tell me that they have been waiting for ages for Mozilla to fix this issue and suggested I used an alternative browser.

Can anyone explain why Firefox behaves in this way and if this "feature" will be fixed on future releases?

Thanks

John

Asked by kickmaleerie 11 uair ó shin

Problems accessing secure sites using FireFox

FireFox has been my default browser for many years and it has been great, no problems. Within the past three months, however, I've been unable to access financial sites … (tuilleadh eolais)

FireFox has been my default browser for many years and it has been great, no problems. Within the past three months, however, I've been unable to access financial sites that I regularly use. The first was in October when one site upgraded its account access security. Initially, FireFox worked after the upgrade, but then I could no longer log into my account. I spoke to support staff for that website and they said they've been receiving complaints from other clients who use FireFox and suggested I use another browser, which I did and was able to access my account. Today another financial site suddenly blocked access using FireFox with a message that I needed to unblock cookies for the site, so I went into FireFox security settings and added the site's address to the exceptions list, but still could not enter the site. I am having no problems logging onto these sites with another browser, but FireFox is not working. Any suggestions? I would like to keep FireFox as my default browser, if that's possible. Thanks!

Asked by whitmanjohnson67 3 lá ó shin

Last reply by whitmanjohnson67 13 uair ó shin

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unable to turn off Safe Search in Bing

unable to turn off safe search when using Bing search. After clicking the more bars on the Bing search page and setting safe search to off, when checking if it is off, i… (tuilleadh eolais)

unable to turn off safe search when using Bing search. After clicking the more bars on the Bing search page and setting safe search to off, when checking if it is off, it has reverted to moderate. Firefox is vs 96.0.1. Setting is set to normal, not strict. Windows 10 preferences are set to safe search off. All caches have been cleared. I took off all extensions, ran malware bytes & cccleaner & anti-virus scan. I tried a refresh of Firefox. Nothing has helped.

Using Edge or Chrome browsers on the Bing search page, Safe search turns off as it should.

--There was a power failure, last night, which knocked off my computer.  That may or may not be related.  However, with both Edge and Chrome accessing Bing okay, it seems to definitely be a Firefox problem?

Asked by sunslight 2 lá ó shin

Answered by cor-el 1 lá ó shin

double prompt for primary password at the beggining of a firefox session

For last fiew days I get a double prompt for primary password when I start a firefox session (on linux ubuntu 20.04). I'm worried if this is a bug or a troyan. What can … (tuilleadh eolais)

For last fiew days I get a double prompt for primary password when I start a firefox session (on linux ubuntu 20.04). I'm worried if this is a bug or a troyan.

What can I do to find out?

Asked by Nino Rode 59 22 uair ó shin

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videos not showing on a site?

Hello, Recently an adult site I go to, which features videos, isn't working: I can get to site, but nothing shows up on the screen. I've always had 'strict' privacy and a… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello,

Recently an adult site I go to, which features videos, isn't working: I can get to site, but nothing shows up on the screen. I've always had 'strict' privacy and adblocking protections, but something seems to have changed. This started happening maybe three weeks ago?

I did follow Mozilla instructions, and clicked on the 'shield' next to the address, changed 'enhance tracking' to off for this site. But that didn't solve the problem. What would be the next thing to try?

Thanks in advance!

Asked by yohejohn 1 lá ó shin

Answered by FredMcD 1 lá ó shin

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Firefox does not use saved logins

Since I upgraded to "96.0 (64-bit)", most news/media sites force me to login in every time, even though - the specific login is saved in "Logins & Passwords" - "Ask t… (tuilleadh eolais)

Since I upgraded to "96.0 (64-bit)", most news/media sites force me to login in every time, even though - the specific login is saved in "Logins & Passwords" - "Ask to save logins and passwords for websites" is checked, with no exceptions - "Autofill logins and passwords" is checked - automatic login worked before the latest Firefox upgrade What else should I look at? Thank you.

Asked by daveed 3 lá ó shin

Answered by FredMcD 3 lá ó shin

Permanently turn off enhanced tracking protection for a website

I would like to permanently turn off enhanced tracking protection for https://www.powerlanguage.co.uk/wordle/ so that I can track my stats. I can turn this off for a sess… (tuilleadh eolais)

I would like to permanently turn off enhanced tracking protection for https://www.powerlanguage.co.uk/wordle/ so that I can track my stats. I can turn this off for a session via the shield icon but I am unable to find a way to save this setting. Manage Exceptions in Enhanced Tracking Protection in Settings does not allow me to add any site as an exception.

Asked by sallypfb 1 lá ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 lá ó shin

Password save shows up but the browser does not save anything... I love firefox but something is broken

I have read over this topic on Firefox not storing passwords. I have this issue. I can not get it to function regardless of what I do. Is it because I am running Windows … (tuilleadh eolais)

I have read over this topic on Firefox not storing passwords. I have this issue. I can not get it to function regardless of what I do. Is it because I am running Windows Ten? I am about to stray to some other browser. I can not explain the sadness of having lost all my bookmarks and passwords. I have Mozilla back up and that has always worked but no longer.

Asked by Craig 2 lá ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 1 lá ó shin

Firefox blocks dns rewrites - MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_SELF_SIGNED_CERT

Hi, recently I setup a home server for my local lan. Through the use of AdGuardHome and Nginx Proxy Manager, I have attempted to redirect websites I wish to avoid (in thi… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hi, recently I setup a home server for my local lan. Through the use of AdGuardHome and Nginx Proxy Manager, I have attempted to redirect websites I wish to avoid (in this case adult websites). The problem is that Firefix gives the error code MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_SELF_SIGNED_CERT and won't allow me to create an exception. As an example, i've tried redirecting google.com to duckduckgo.com. I've looked up solutions to this but nothing has helped. Thanks

Asked by TXOGFNAF 1 lá ó shin

SAVED LOGINS DELETED!!

a few days ago Firefox (probably on update) deleted all my ten years of saved passwords and logins. This is BEYOND IRRESPONSIBLE from them. What am I supposed to do know?… (tuilleadh eolais)

a few days ago Firefox (probably on update) deleted all my ten years of saved passwords and logins. This is BEYOND IRRESPONSIBLE from them. What am I supposed to do know?

Asked by peteryac 1 lá ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 1 lá ó shin