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I'm concerned about Firfox sharing my personal data with Google Chrome. Is it possible that you DO NOT SHARE USER DATA WITH THEM?

I'm asking if it's possible for Firefox to Not Share USER Personal Data with Google Chrome. I have set all my preferences in Firefox browser to not share, be secure, use… (tuilleadh eolais)

I'm asking if it's possible for Firefox to Not Share USER Personal Data with Google Chrome. I have set all my preferences in Firefox browser to not share, be secure, use private browser, etc. to a the extent possible based on settings. I don't have "location services" turned on on my Mac or Ipad mini and yet some things open up and they know where I am. I feel like I've lost any ability to maintain privacy and that I feel I cannot control it as even setting up settings, I'm aware that some coding only gives impression your safe but in fact YOU ARE NOT!! I am security conceous to a fault and yet I don't feel safe on either device. Can Mozilla/Firefox stop sending user data to Google Chrome to help with keeping privacy user personal data. I saw an article recently that says they are testing .05 of their users to in effect "from MY PERSONAL OPINION" they are stealing this data for them to use WITHOUT MY PERMISSION. Government protections are not kept up to speed and using a computer these days seems to insist that I give up my personal rights to MY DATA. It's ALWAYS MY DATA and not theirs... Using a "any service" does not make it your data but they do have a responsibility to keep it safe and it should not be shared out side MY express consent. It seems we are losing that ability more and more. So I'm asking if Mozilla can stop sharing USER PERSONAL DATA with Google Chrome?

Asked by DLAlfano 3 mhí ó shin

Last reply by ·´¯`·...¸>-)))º> ~dbben 3 mhí ó shin

how secure is my passwords over other apps in system

Hello mozilla support. Firstly I apologize for my english. I love Firefox and using him for many years this time i run on 64bit version number 88.0. I recently discover p… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello mozilla support. Firstly I apologize for my english. I love Firefox and using him for many years this time i run on 64bit version number 88.0. I recently discover problem with my saved passwords in Firefox and i mean this broke my or everyone privacy using feature of saving passwords by Firefox. After some time past installation of antivirus program Avast on my desktop PC i was surprised with new installed program on my desktop named Avast Secure Browser. I ran this program first time and without any his any question he show up in front of meon desktop. I discover in his settings that all my passwords saved in Firefox was succesfully decrypted because when i click on the eye icon my password was showed up as he is in firefox. Then i search for a file in my user profile where the Avast Secure Browser has my passwords stored and then check this file on all other user profiles on my PC where nobody not even once run this Avast Secure Browser but all passwords was already prepared for them in that file on all user accounts without any grant or approval by other users during their work on PC. I am only man which administrate this PC and I dont allow Avast Secure Browser stole my passwords from Firefox. My questions is obvious. How secure is for any user which stored their passwords in Firefox before any other system application like antivirus installed on PC with platform windows? How is possible for any app simply decrypt my passwords from logins.json file? For me it is a very bad if this was allowed through maybe some function in Firefox API that can some program use, but i am not an expert on Firefox a that is why i wrote this. If a problem is Avast which use some not good practise in this app, then i immediately send him feedback. But firstly i want answer from your team.

Asked by mbagin24 3 seachtaine ó shin

Last reply by ReZzA 2 lá ó shin

Firefox updates - how to stop them and the annoying reminder

I think I'm about to give up with this 'get help' thingy...everytime I press Enter/return carriage it disappears! I don't like update 89. If you want a detailed reason f… (tuilleadh eolais)

I think I'm about to give up with this 'get help' thingy...everytime I press Enter/return carriage it disappears!

I don't like update 89. If you want a detailed reason from me then let's just say I have old eyes and I agree with all the complaints I've read so far. So, as I always make a recovery point before updating, I've rolled back my computer to 88 and will be staying there, thank you.

Now I would like a way to stop the annoying update notice. Please don't tell me to make files and scripts and mess with the registry...I mean, for goodness sakes, where's the button or the "opt out" thingy?

I will not be updating again until I read that I can keep the look I had without having to 'add-on' or try themes or heaven forbid make my own.

If security changes were Firefox's reasons for updating fair enough...but how did the look of a piece of software become a security issue? If this is 'new fresh' I don't want it, I'll just stay old and stale thanks.

Asked by dittymargoo 3 lá ó shin

Last reply by TechHorse 3 lá ó shin

Has the top menu bar disappeared in the new version of Firefox Browser?

I have installed Firefox browser, version 88.0.1 on Windows 10. I have planned to update to 90.0.2. version, but first, I would like to know if the new version will keep … (tuilleadh eolais)

I have installed Firefox browser, version 88.0.1 on Windows 10. I have planned to update to 90.0.2. version, but first, I would like to know if the new version will keep the top menu bar as an usual default. Thanks.

Asked by r.t@g en Ffx 3 lá ó shin

Last reply by Rodney 1 lá ó shin

Update notifications

I am really tired of FF notifying me that an update is available. Every few minutes for the entire session. I know when I want or if I want to upgrade. Let me decide. Let… (tuilleadh eolais)

I am really tired of FF notifying me that an update is available. Every few minutes for the entire session. I know when I want or if I want to upgrade. Let me decide. Let me disable the notifications.

Is there a way to turn of update noticications once and for all? Thanks

Asked by JNP 2 lá ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 lá ó shin

Batch remove obsolete logins

Hi, I'd like to batch delete ~100 old logins from Firefox. Previous forum posts suggested using these URLs to access password management: chrome://passwordmgr/content/pas… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hi, I'd like to batch delete ~100 old logins from Firefox.

Previous forum posts suggested using these URLs to access password management: chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul and chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xhtml but neither work on FF88.0b2 64bit on macOS 10.14.6

Thanks

Asked by dm4n 4 mhí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 4 mhí ó shin

Websites with google analytics slower

Has anyone noticed that many websites that use google tracking and analytics seem to work a lot slower on firefox than on chrome? I know most sites have some form on goog… (tuilleadh eolais)

Has anyone noticed that many websites that use google tracking and analytics seem to work a lot slower on firefox than on chrome? I know most sites have some form on google tracking on them but some in particular work a lot slower on firefox than on chrome. In particular udemy.com, as well as my.onexamination.com I feel this is an issue due to firefox privacy containers, as the tracking on these websites is trying to get information which firefox is denying it, causing a delay in resolution. I prefer firefox but I am starting to use chrome for such websites. Any way I can speed up things on firefox and avoid chrome altogether?

Asked by shivjitbagga 3 mhí ó shin

Last reply by ·´¯`·...¸>-)))º> ~dbben 3 mhí ó shin

Firefox Developer Edition On Ubuntu - Update Hassles

On Ubuntu, FFDE can be configured to 1. Auto-update - but it just displays a message saying that it cannot update 2. Download updates and request permission to install t… (tuilleadh eolais)

On Ubuntu, FFDE can be configured to

1. Auto-update - but it just displays a message saying that it cannot update

2. Download updates and request permission to install them - all it does is display a message saying a new update is available

I think this all stems from the fact that FFDE at present has to be manually installed on Ubuntu. Why this is so, I cannot fathom - maybe someone here has an answer to why open sourced op system users are inconvenienced by Firefox.

It's feasible to script an update procedure to Ubuntu for FFDE. But this will not stop the annoying (every 2 hours) pop-ups about new updates being available - even when there is no new update there . . .

Maybe FFDE could simply stop automatic update reminders altogether. Users can decide (or script) for themselves if they want to update.

Asked by tamjk 3 mhí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 3 mhí ó shin

Debugging Tutorial

Got to be kidding. The Firefox tutorial is the pits. The worst I seen yet. Is there a developers Firefox manual to be had, because the browser educational platform is … (tuilleadh eolais)

Got to be kidding. The Firefox tutorial is the pits. The worst I seen yet. Is there a developers Firefox manual to be had, because the browser educational platform is the just the worst I seen in years?

Asked by mcv57 3 mhí ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 3 mhí ó shin

"help > Send feedback" is not working

Firefox Developer Edition 88.0b9(64-Bit) I'm unable to send feedback. I always get the same text, which can be seen on the screenshot. I already tried incognito mode and … (tuilleadh eolais)

Firefox Developer Edition 88.0b9(64-Bit)

I'm unable to send feedback. I always get the same text, which can be seen on the screenshot. I already tried incognito mode and with disabled add-ons.

Asked by Flekay 3 mhí ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 3 mhí ó shin

Change Amazon Search Engine Marketplace within Firefox

The default Amazon search that comes built-in with Firefox points to Amazon.com. Is there a way to search for other marketplaces, like amazon.com.au or amazon.sg ? … (tuilleadh eolais)

The default Amazon search that comes built-in with Firefox points to Amazon.com. Is there a way to search for other marketplaces, like amazon.com.au or amazon.sg ?

Asked by spaceboy 3 mhí ó shin

Last reply by TerryN21 3 mhí ó shin