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Undoing "don't allow [website] to prompt me"

Hello! A site kept popping up a confirmation window for an action I was trying to take, and in the confirmation window, there was a checkbox for something like "don't al… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello! A site kept popping up a confirmation window for an action I was trying to take, and in the confirmation window, there was a checkbox for something like "don't allow [this website] to prompt me again" (that's as best I can remember). I checked the box thinking it would just allow the action to happen without the confirmation window, but instead, the site just won't take that action anymore. How can I undo this setting? Thank you!

Asked by abby.phelps 4 mhí ó shin

Answered by jscher2000 4 mhí ó shin

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Blocked downloads in Firefox 93

Since updating to Firefox 93.0, I notice that downloads from certain sites are being blocked, because they are using a basic HTTP connection, requiring me to explicitly a… (tuilleadh eolais)

Since updating to Firefox 93.0, I notice that downloads from certain sites are being blocked, because they are using a basic HTTP connection, requiring me to explicitly allow each download. I understand that this is a new "feature," as explained here: https://blog.mozilla.org/security/2021/10/05/firefox-93-protects-against-insecure-downloads/, however, I in no way desire this behavior. It is an asinine nuisance, and if I cannot disable it, I will have no choice but to revert to an early version of Firefox. My question, then is this: is it possible to disable this check, and simply allow all downloads? If so, how can I do that?

Asked by ljbetche 3 mhí ó shin

Answered by TyDraniu 3 mhí ó shin

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FF 93+ refuses to download M3U files from HTTP sources - How can I have it accept by default?

Many web pages provide hyperlinks to their audio streams using M3U or M3U8 files. These hyperlinks are served via HTTP because popular media players, like Windows Media P… (tuilleadh eolais)

Many web pages provide hyperlinks to their audio streams using M3U or M3U8 files.

These hyperlinks are served via HTTP because popular media players, like Windows Media Player or WinAmp, don't support HTTPS.

Currently, Firefox refuses to download files via HTTP (see image attached).

I always need to manually unlock those files in order to listen to audio streams. This is rather cumbersome.

Is there a setting available unlocking downloads from HTTP sources?

Asked by Alman 2 mhí ó shin

Answered by cor-el 2 mhí ó shin

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i can't login to my add-on account: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/user/17223206/

i can't login to my add-on account: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/user/17223206/ every time i click on log in it sends me to a normal sign in page: https://fil… (tuilleadh eolais)

i can't login to my add-on account: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/user/17223206/ every time i click on log in it sends me to a normal sign in page: https://files.catbox.moe/ap80cq.png then i click on sign in and it throws me to another page: https://files.catbox.moe/eyea5d.png from there it doesn't work as it should i completed the 2fa setup by scanning the qr, it shows up on my google authenticator but when i enter the 6 digit codes its generating in the login page, it just says they are invalid (they are not. i tried it like 50+ times): https://files.catbox.moe/8zxns6.png i tried using the other method as well same thing happens: https://files.catbox.moe/i8esej.png

i can login fine in places where it doesn't require me to enable 2fa like https://accounts.firefox.com/ i tried enabling 2fa from there (through my account's settings but the same thing happens): https://files.catbox.moe/onm1yw.png

note: by 2fa i mean Two-step authentication

Asked by Rim 5 lá ó shin

Answered by cor-el 4 lá ó shin

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Google Workspace is encroaching n my person systems, inclfueing

bold textI use a Google WorkSpace mananged by my consultant, which is encroaching on my my personal and independent contractor activity. Am I the only person w this probl… (tuilleadh eolais)

bold textI use a Google WorkSpace mananged by my consultant, which is encroaching on my my personal and independent contractor activity. Am I the only person w this problem?/ Please help me.

Asked by adagaygriffin 2 lá ó shin

Last reply by Seburo 2 lá ó shin

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how do i get rid of the black popup box that says password required Mozilla firefox please enter the primary paswor

When i go to a website that requires a password I get a black box that pops up In the box it says Password Required - Moizilla Firefox Please enter the primary password. … (tuilleadh eolais)

When i go to a website that requires a password I get a black box that pops up In the box it says Password Required - Moizilla Firefox Please enter the primary password.

How can i make that go away.

Asked by phillipesides 2 lá ó shin

Answered by cor-el 2 lá ó shin

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Trust Manager con't

(This note is a reply to a thread that was started late last week. For some reason, I wasn't able to access the details again when I came back to it today.) The problem… (tuilleadh eolais)

(This note is a reply to a thread that was started late last week. For some reason, I wasn't able to access the details again when I came back to it today.)


The problem is I'm having trouble accessing protected files from my employer.

A grey message box comes up when I try to do so that reads as follows:

"Currently in safe reading mode. This document cannot connect to:

https://learninghub.phsa.ca/courses/20165/react-adult-protection-curriculum-models-1-overview-of-legislation-and-documentation

If you want to enable this function, please check the Trust Manager preferences to disable safe reading."

When I go to 'Preferences' and click on Trust Manager, I'm still not able to access the protected files.

PS I was unable to take a screen shot of this grey box.

Asked by gloriathiessen 1 lá ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 1 lá ó shin

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How do I export "saved logons"?

Between two Win10 Home PCs, both used to have all my Saved Logons, but somehow one PC has dropped them all. Both PCs do use Firefox Sync between successfully, but while … (tuilleadh eolais)

Between two Win10 Home PCs, both used to have all my Saved Logons, but somehow one PC has dropped them all. Both PCs do use Firefox Sync between successfully, but while that synchronizes Bookmarks (& whatever else), evidently NOT "Saved Logons". So, isn't there some way to EXPORT all of them to a file, to then IMPORT them to my other PC? Incidentally, within Saved Logons, there is a button named IMPORT, but it's used is only for importing from 3 other designated browsers, and apparently on the self-same PC. Searching Firefox Support was a waste of time ... their 'results' are just wide nets of hundreds of irrelevant things, no matter how precise I attempt each search. Bad support job on self-help, Mozilla.

Asked by SFriedli 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by FredMcD 2 bhliain ó shin

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Firefox does not recognise a change in vpn status

Great FF does not recognise that the VPN has been turned off, no matter how many times it has been restarted. Whilst MS Edge and Chrome both work well. Trying to connect … (tuilleadh eolais)

Great FF does not recognise that the VPN has been turned off, no matter how many times it has been restarted. Whilst MS Edge and Chrome both work well. Trying to connect to sites that track the IP to tell if you are from the UK or not.

As an aside Troubleshooting Information: Automatically Add fails

Asked by mjward 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by mjward 2 bhliain ó shin

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How can I tell if Firefox has disabled DNS over HTTPS even if I have enabled it?

Hello, I've recently read that Firefox can disable DNS over HTTPS even if I've set it be on. How can I tell if Firefox is using DNS over HTTPS? I can't see anything obvio… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello, I've recently read that Firefox can disable DNS over HTTPS even if I've set it be on. How can I tell if Firefox is using DNS over HTTPS? I can't see anything obvious in any of the About pages. I'm using the Portable Apps version of Firefox. Thanks.

Asked by madbilly 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by philipp 2 bhliain ó shin

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Firefox says that it is being managed by an organization, but this is my own computer, and when I click to see active policies there is nothing there.

I've asked on Reddit but I haven't found a fix for this yet so I'm asking here. In the settings for Firefox it says that my browser is being managed by your organization.… (tuilleadh eolais)

I've asked on Reddit but I haven't found a fix for this yet so I'm asking here. In the settings for Firefox it says that my browser is being managed by your organization. But it has no mention of any settings being restricted, and when I clicked the notification to check the policy the page was entirely empty. I also checked the Firefox program folder and there wasn't any sign of an Autoconfic file that I could notice. One user mentioned on Reddit that this issue is often caused by antivirus companies forcefully inserting their own SSL certs to intercept your encrypted traffic, he then suggested turning off "web scanning" but my antivirus (which I only use Malwarebytes and Windows Defender) already had them disabled. After doing some research on my own I found out that the antivirus Avast used to cause this issue, and I had uninstalled Avast a while back, so I figured that the reason that the policy wasn't there was because Avast was uninstalled, but, I never saw this notification before today. So if anybody can help me pinpoint what this is and how remove it would be much appreciated. But all I really want to know if is this is something that I should be worried about or is it simply a bug. Also one other question is why the top sites and search bar is really close to the address bar after the latest update. Is this just a design change? Or is this something I need to be concerned about? Because I didn't notice this on Firefox on my laptop. Thanks in advance.

Asked by Corn 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by cor-el 2 bhliain ó shin

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Just got the latest FF update and Adaware Secure Search showed up in my addons. There's no option to remove it.

Windows 10 Pro, Version 1903, OS Build 18362.418 FF 70.0 (64 bit) Let me preface this with saying I worked in IT for a long time. I'm stumped on this one. FF worked fine … (tuilleadh eolais)

Windows 10 Pro, Version 1903, OS Build 18362.418 FF 70.0 (64 bit)

Let me preface this with saying I worked in IT for a long time. I'm stumped on this one.

FF worked fine on 10/22/19. Tried opening FF on 10/23/19 and it kept crashing. I started the task of finding out why.

Opened in Safe Mode and saw the latest FF update. Also discovered a new addon that I did not install: Adaware Secure Search. It wasn't there the last time I reviewed addons (which I do frequently, trying to find the best addon's for my usage) and I hadn't installed anything new recently. Disabled Adaware and FF started opening properly.

I don't want Adaware Secure Search however there is no Remove option in the dropdown. So, I started hunting online to try and remove it.

It is not in the Control Panel. It is not in the registry - I searched in every folder. Ran MalwareBytes and other tools - they don't see Adaware Secure Search anywhere. I followed the instructions that required the use of Troubleshooting and found Adaware is also not in my FF profile (that I can tell - the .xpi files are difficult to figure out since the majority are in number value). Tried refreshing FF and it showed up again. Un/re-installed FF and there it is again!...but this time i had the "joy" of having to redo my tabs, etc. It isn't on my other browsers either, just FF.

How do I get this removed? I don't want it to somehow become enabled in my system.

Asked by cadwellm 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by cor-el 2 bhliain ó shin

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Why is Firefox 70.0 is ignoring my HOSTS file while other browsers work properly?

I'm using an extensive HOSTS file to block content, etc., from websites, which is a pretty common use of HOSTS. However, Firefox 70.0 is ignoring the HOSTS file and load… (tuilleadh eolais)

I'm using an extensive HOSTS file to block content, etc., from websites, which is a pretty common use of HOSTS. However, Firefox 70.0 is ignoring the HOSTS file and loads sites that are explicitly named as 0.0.0.0 addresses. Other browsers, such as Chromium, work as expected and return a "not found" message. Is this a bug in Firefox or is there some setting, such as under about:config, that needs to be set properly? Thanks for any help/suggestions.

Asked by Paul 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by Paul 2 bhliain ó shin

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After FF 70 update, auto login doesn't work. Some sites after manual login don't log me in.

Win7, FF 70.0 64 bit. YouTube, Amazon, eBay, etc., don't auto login. Most have me login manually and work ok afterwards. Some after I manually login, don't transfer to me… (tuilleadh eolais)

Win7, FF 70.0 64 bit. YouTube, Amazon, eBay, etc., don't auto login. Most have me login manually and work ok afterwards. Some after I manually login, don't transfer to member's area and request login again or see me as a guest. Some, Amazon, eBay, etc. send me a one time password. Email (aol.com) and my credit union auto logins are the only ones that works normally. I've worked thru all the related fixes I can find, but none has worked. Usually save history, tried custom history.

Asked by johndapper 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by johndapper 2 bhliain ó shin

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Username and password saftey for my blog

Hi, I don't want to remeber all my passwords so i use to save them in mozilla user account.Can I save username and passwords for my blog https://electricsmokerreviews.net… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hi,

I don't want to remeber all my passwords so i use to save them in mozilla user account.Can I save username and passwords for my blog https://electricsmokerreviews.net/ in Mozilla account? Is it safe enough from hackers?

Kind regards, Husnain Abbas

Asked by Husnain.uos 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by Wesley Branton 2 bhliain ó shin

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When I download Firefox it is redirecting to an unsecured website download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net is this site safe?

Hello, Each time I try to download the new version of Firefox (70.0.1) it is redirecting to download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net however the link displayed from the right… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello, Each time I try to download the new version of Firefox (70.0.1) it is redirecting to download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net however the link displayed from the right click of the mouse is https://download.mozilla.org/?product=firefox-latest-ssl&os=osx&lang=en-US

I am also trying to find out the file size of the dmg (mine says 72.5Mb) and the Firefox app which seems to be very bloaty in excess of 203.9 Mb

When I drag the Firefox folder to the Applications folder.

However I have gatekeeper set to Allow Apps downloaded from the App Store. YET Firefox opens without having to go into gatekeeper and make changes.

eg. "Open anyway" or "App Store and Identified developers"

Can someone confirm the following i) Current version of Firefox for Max OS X ii) The current size of the dmg iii) The size of the app iv) whether download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net is a a valid Mozilla.org affiliated website

Asked by deccles26 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by jscher2000 2 bhliain ó shin

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I get an error: "Blocked by Content Security Policy" when I open any e-mail. It say further "Firefox prevented this page from loading"

It started yesterday. When I open my XFINITY email service and try to read any e-mail, the whole body of the e-mail is "Blocked by Content Security Policy." And it says f… (tuilleadh eolais)

It started yesterday. When I open my XFINITY email service and try to read any e-mail, the whole body of the e-mail is "Blocked by Content Security Policy." And it says further that "Firefox prevent this page from loading." It looks like it is a problem from the Firefox browser. Your help would be appreciated.

Asked by frankdobner 2 bhliain ó shin

Answered by jscher2000 2 bhliain ó shin