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Compatible issues firefox v37.0.2 with att yahoo mail

6:43 PM 4/24/2015 Compatible issues firefox v37.0.2 with att yahoo mail Hello: this is my first post,hope I am doing it properly. I am using W7pro OS and ATT DSL 3.0Mbps … (tuilleadh eolais)

6:43 PM 4/24/2015 Compatible issues firefox v37.0.2 with att yahoo mail

Hello: this is my first post,hope I am doing it properly. I am using W7pro OS and ATT DSL 3.0Mbps dl I noticed this week that I was unable to save attachments from my ATT Yahoo mail I could view them but no choice as to ware to save them--only choice (save to my comp.)But no ware to be found. I reinstalled v 36.0.4-preventing auto upgrade-But still had same problem. At this point contacted ATT support supervisor-we spent about 4hr working on problem--He was using your v 31.5.0--and had no problem accessing and saving attachments using remolt access on my comp. We also found using my comp.FF v 36.0.4 & v 37.0.2 browser,that we could without any problems access an save attachments--AOL mail-- & mail2web.--& IE--Even when forwarding inaccessible mail to above sites.

He informed me that (ATT mail Yahoo)only uses resources to make them compatible with--Google IE & Chrome &Apple? (basically he was saying,that they would NOT commit resources to FF--any version)BUT he was not allowed to commit.


PS: The last time I know it worked ok was 3-18-15 I have 3 comp.2 wxp pro 1 w7 pro the same problem on all 3--so feel confident not OS related-but compatible problems with FF & yahoo mail.

The ATT support supervisor-was unable to determined the date they may have made changes on their site.without extensive research-which we decided wasn't worth the effort as they wouldn't look in to it.

I hope someone or FF will be able find a workaround-as I do not want to use the browsers they suggest. I LOVE FF.

Thank You Gary

Asked by gary12 5 bliana ó shin

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Firefox Exploit Screen-Captures

Hi guys, Well, I think I bring here a very interesting thing for the Mozilla team. I found I have some sort of exploit which takes screen captures whenever I click on any… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hi guys, Well, I think I bring here a very interesting thing for the Mozilla team. I found I have some sort of exploit which takes screen captures whenever I click on any web page. It is specially active whenever you are entering sensitive information like when I log-in onto site accounts, o whenever I check something on the bank. I checked processes using process explorer, and everything points at Mozilla being very active and nothing else. I check the creation of those screen captures and they are always, there. I normally kill every process which is not necessary, and the ones left are just essential. I ran several bootable antivirues like Eset, Kaspersky and Bitdefender and they don't detect anything weird. I removed from a bootable CD all temp files this "thing" creates while making files and take snap of my screen. I goes back on when you are back on Windows. I know that something was going on when on the bank site I had a AVG-antivirus alert saying that an exploit was active and gave me the option to remove it. Other than that, you don't feel a thing. As said, it goes back the alert everytime you visit the bank and some other log-ins, specially while banking. I also disable all Firefox add-ons, as well as the Java on my computer -I believe there's some connection with Java here-. I have the suspicion that it is pdf/exploit coz I saw a glimpse of that name while uninstalling something which I thing was Facemoods. Not too sure how it got there. So there, guys!! I don't know where this "thing" resides, really does -it could be doing more things-, or how to get rid of it. PS: I saw a while ago that I have to mozilla folder hanging from "program files". One is mozilla.bak. I'm digging into this now. Any shed on this, you pros!! I'm not a pro myself, yet I love IT :-) Thanks a bunch in advance to anyone taking the time to solve the one big problem Firefox has and is going to have in the short run. BR F

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How to remove only cookies for a specific domain every time i close the browser?

I would like to delete the cookies for 2 domains evry time i close the browser while retaining all other cookies until they expire. To accomplish this i opened the cooki… (tuilleadh eolais)

I would like to delete the cookies for 2 domains evry time i close the browser while retaining all other cookies until they expire.

To accomplish this i opened the cookie exceptions settings and set "Allow for Session" under cookie exceptions, but it seems not working the way i expect: if i close the browser and then reopen it if, i find the cookies for the 2 domains are still there.

Is there another way to have this kind of setting.

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My browser stored someone else's online bank account login details

I often use the hungarian OTP bank online bank service nly on my personal macbook. Nobody else uses my comp. Last time when I tried to log in, the username and the accou… (tuilleadh eolais)

I often use the hungarian OTP bank online bank service nly on my personal macbook. Nobody else uses my comp. Last time when I tried to log in, the username and the account number (these are login data) were not mine! These werent a fake numbers, these were someone else's login details. The password field is always empty and at first glance I did not realize this fake numbers, I just typed my password and the login was unsuccesfull. When I checked the account number I realized these were unknown numbers, not mine. How does it happen?

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why is Hotmail suddenly and intermittently not a trusted site--I can get in and then NOT get in without changing any settings

Since last night, I cannot get into Hotmail with any regularity. Sometimes I get in, and when I check I can see the trusted certificate details. Other times I get the war… (tuilleadh eolais)

Since last night, I cannot get into Hotmail with any regularity. Sometimes I get in, and when I check I can see the trusted certificate details. Other times I get the warning that Hotmail is NOT a trusted site and the certificate shows this info also. This can happen all in one session of using the computer. Sometimes I am logged into Hotmail okay, but when I try to send an email, I can't. Other times I CAN send. I am using Firefox but this happens also on Explorer. My date and time are correct. I have run my virus checker; all is okay there. I can access Hotmail on my phone with no problems. I am using Windows 8.1. Hotmail has worked for months on this Toshiba computer and for years on other computers. I trust it but don't even get an option to allow it when i get the "untrusted" notice.

Asked by Barbcarpenter 5 bliana ó shin

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My home page won't load

My home page is my companies home page which requires authentication. Before the latest update I had no problems, but now it won't let me log in. I enter the credential… (tuilleadh eolais)

My home page is my companies home page which requires authentication. Before the latest update I had no problems, but now it won't let me log in. I enter the credentials and hit OK and the box just keeps coming back up. I can log in via Safari with no problem so it appears that it's something in the security settings but I can't figure out what. I've tried a number of fixes that I've seen for similar issues, but none seam to work.

As an aside... it is way too difficult to ask a question through Mozilla Support!

Asked by mikeljcarr 5 bliana ó shin

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hackers have complete control of my Firefox and installed their own developer mode with different email address.

Hackers have taken control of my Firefox and are maliciously using developer mode to alter settings and change behavior. They have hidden help/feedback icon so I can't s… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hackers have taken control of my Firefox and are maliciously using developer mode to alter settings and change behavior. They have hidden help/feedback icon so I can't send emergency info to firefox. They repeatedly change privacy settings for gmail on firefox to capture/alter my emails. They turn off my google sign in which has protected mode always on so they can load porn, inflammatory politics or foreign crap onto my youtube "recommended videos." They have posed as me and signed up for "developer" software in firefox that manipulates the entire account. They used a different email address and sign in to github on my own computer to do this, and I don't know the email address and can't do this. All of the info in my firefox account is now repeatedly tampered with. They also pose as developers throughout my computer and maliciously change everything. My computer is for an individual, myself who isn't part of any organization and shouldn't have organization "administrators. Can't firefox recognize that these are hackers and eliminate them?

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I tried to open bank account, error message said browser wouldn't allow it; think it was error message #93;comcast, norton and the bank say it wasn't them

As above. I tried to open an on line bank account, did all the forms on line, but when it came to making the deposit I got a message saying my browser wouldn't allow thi… (tuilleadh eolais)

As above. I tried to open an on line bank account, did all the forms on line, but when it came to making the deposit I got a message saying my browser wouldn't allow this (I think it was error message 93). The bank, comcast and norton all checked and said it wasn't their problem, and Firefox is a browser. I have opened other accounts on line with this browser. So what gives.

Asked by Adomi 5 bliana ó shin

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Why does Firefox attempt at startup to download login.aspx.pdf from my bank

Ever time I startup Firefox the download arrow shows three attempts to download LOGIN.ASPX.PDF from my bank's website. They always fail. What is this? Why is it happen… (tuilleadh eolais)

Ever time I startup Firefox the download arrow shows three attempts to download LOGIN.ASPX.PDF from my bank's website. They always fail. What is this? Why is it happening? How can I make it stop?

Thanks

Asked by Pops125 5 bliana ó shin

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How can I disable addons from running on certain tabs, windows, or websites, without having to create a whole new profile?

Not every potentially site-breaking addon has a site whitelist or enable/disable list. While some addons exsit for "sandboxing" tabs - it only sandboxes the pages loaded … (tuilleadh eolais)

Not every potentially site-breaking addon has a site whitelist or enable/disable list. While some addons exsit for "sandboxing" tabs - it only sandboxes the pages loaded on that tab, not what the browser/addons do to them. I've already searched for solutions, and frankly, I'm surprised that this question hasn't been asked before until now: Why can't multiple "profiles" be run side-by-side, on a per-tab and/or specific-website(s) basis, in the same browser window?

Asked by esotericDisciple 5 bliana ó shin

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I'm a basic enduser never got confirm login feel my Mozilla account was hijacked / hacked please help!!!!

I'm not very tech savvy and its hard to know what's going. on I just don't feel like I have control over my use of Firefox and of my own data!! Know Firefox is one of th… (tuilleadh eolais)

I'm not very tech savvy and its hard to know what's going. on I just don't feel like I have control over my use of Firefox and of my own data!! Know Firefox is one of the safest browsers and I want to use it but feel like something is going on with "my" version of Firefox that I don't have control over.....

Asked by LM4552 5 bliana ó shin

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I was put thru to conductive techs in calif by firefox. is legit?

I use Firefox several years no problems. I tried Monday to open Chase account to pay bill but only brought up numbers ,could make no payment or get into regular page.up… (tuilleadh eolais)

I use Firefox several years no problems. I tried Monday to open Chase account to pay bill but only brought up numbers ,could make no payment or get into regular page.upon calling Chase was after lengthy conversation was told nothing on their end as could get it with internet explorer,said it was my browser typed into ask to ask for phone number of Firefox and number I called told me computer compromised. After much time (80yrs old) i let him into computer. Told me all bank information was gotten into and he connected me to company called ConductiveTechnologies stockton ca./ their phone #877-816-564. my question is whether you do business like this for compromised computers The more I think about this I am wondering if on up and up . I stopped their fee on charge today and need advice on what have happened. Typed in phone # and phone search told invalid number.

Asked by oldladyj 5 bliana ó shin

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Firefox keeps open connections to different IP addresses even when closed

Hello, I have recently noticed that despite the Firefox process being closed, there are a number of connections still open and remain open for the duration of the current… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello, I have recently noticed that despite the Firefox process being closed, there are a number of connections still open and remain open for the duration of the current computer session. Restart seems to close all connections. Connections increase and stay open the more I would browse.

OS is Windows 7 Ultimate Running Firefox 55.0.3 Using Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 to monitor active connections.

Screen shot attached to show some examples of active connections even when Firefox is closed. Any idea why this is happening and how to prevent it?

Asked by Cornelius321 2 bhliain ó shin

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New (2017) occurrence of pop-up problem.

For past several days, a pop-up message appears every time I attempt to open my browser asking if I want to allow this app to make changes to my computer. The app is list… (tuilleadh eolais)

For past several days, a pop-up message appears every time I attempt to open my browser asking if I want to allow this app to make changes to my computer. The app is listed as Firefox Software Updater. When I checked Add-ons, I notice an add-on which is listed as temporary in support of Safe Browsing Version 4 and will supposedly be deleted once the roll-out of this feature is complete. How long is this 'roll-out' supposed to take? This has been going on for days. Should I be responding 'No' or 'Yes'? I'm using Windows 10 and Firefox 56.0.1.

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sec_error_unknown_issuer EVERY TIME

Every time I try to visit any site via firefox I'm getting "This connection is untrusted" error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer Yes my date and time settings are correct.… (tuilleadh eolais)

Every time I try to visit any site via firefox I'm getting "This connection is untrusted" error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer

Yes my date and time settings are correct. I tried deleting the cert8.db file like the help page said and it's still doing it. I am technologically challenged so I would really appreciate it if someone would explain the solution to me in terms a rock could understand. Please and thanks.

Asked by RoundRiver90 6 bliana ó shin

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Mozilla uses my password as my first name in mail they send to me

Received an email from Mozilla (rightly) thrashing Facebook for privacy and security breaches. The issue is that my Firefox sign-on password is used as my first name in… (tuilleadh eolais)

Received an email from Mozilla (rightly) thrashing Facebook for privacy and security breaches.

The issue is that my Firefox sign-on password is used as my first name in the email.

ie Dear <then my password>,

it is difficult to think of a more serious breach than this, and there is now way to directly report the problem to them - hope they look at this post.

I have checked all my account setting and belive these are correct

Asked by jjr357 2 bhliain ó shin

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I'ved used Firefox for over 10 years, and I just realized today that my privacy is GONE.

These personalized newsfeeds, whatever they are-- Google does them all. Some are not as intrusive as others. But within Firefox, I get some of the most bizarre news stori… (tuilleadh eolais)

These personalized newsfeeds, whatever they are-- Google does them all. Some are not as intrusive as others. But within Firefox, I get some of the most bizarre news stories... stories about things I'm not even talking to other people about or looking up online. How could it possibly find a connection? Even when there is a minute connection. It's not a coincidence. It's like, is my phone hacked-- are people reading my mind? It's some form of breach of privacy.

Granted, all the accounts I use are logged into Firefox. Tonight, I took a gander over the privacy settings, and as usual my jaw dropped in disbelief. Permissions; Locations, Camera, etc.-- instead of valuing peoples' privacy and not caring one ioda like Fuckfacebook, many privacy-invading functions are ON by default until they are turned off by the user. This is why I don't use apps. It's why I quit Facebook many years ago. And now, I say goodbye to Firebox. Sick and tired of people encroaching on my privacy. It's principal, nothing more, nothing less-- THIS BROWSER IS GONE. Stay out of my personal business.

Asked by nihiloth85 2 bhliain ó shin

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Probable 'deadly embrace' memory allocation issue between Firefox and Microsoft Update

I had my usual "several" (probably 3 to 5) Firefox windows/tabs open ... and Microsoft decided to send an update to my Windows 7 box. I observed Firefox memory use rise r… (tuilleadh eolais)

I had my usual "several" (probably 3 to 5) Firefox windows/tabs open ... and Microsoft decided to send an update to my Windows 7 box.

I observed Firefox memory use rise rapidly to nearly 800MB ... while netsvcs.exe did approximately the same thing. (This machine has 2GB of RAM.)

Fortunately I had Windows Performance Monitor running, and was able to determine that Windows Update was the competing activity ... and after-the-fact, determined that it had been installing an update to MS Security Essentials (basically a malware signature update - and I have the ID of the specific update, but since it is a security update, I'm hesitant to post that detail in a quasi-public forum). Usually, such updates install quickly and transparently. I also cannot tell, with confidence, whether the memory consumption was from the process of installing the signature - or the process of scanning for malware presence after the sig was installed (although I'd *guess* the latter). I believe both of those aspects execute within netsvcs.exe.

This happened over a period of approximately an hour, during which about all I could do was "sniff around" to identify the culprits; eventually I killed the Firefox process (hoping that its History feature would allow me to return to my open tabs... which was not quite true).

I have reported the event to Microsoft as well, as it could equally be their problem.

Suggestion: Add instrumentation to Firefox to capture data on sudden increases in RAM use - paying particular attention to outside-the-norm values, in relatively short time periods (minutes, not hours) that do not self-resolve ... and consider whether Firefox can be more aggressive at releasing memory it has "claimed," when things go bad.

(Perhaps collect high-level "physical memory available" data when things begin to "go bad," and capture the "footprint" of Firefox memory use... And perhaps add intelligence to log memory allocation failures somewhere. I don't know with certainty if the issue was fragmentation, or the sheer amount requested, but experience and grey-hair lead me to suspect the former. The only Firefox window/tab that I know might have been a high-memory-consumer was a moderate-sized Google Map covering an urban area of several dozen square miles, so it was a complex image.)

Not suggesting this is Firefox's "fault" -- clearly, both processes were "to blame" in the sense that they didn't handle the situation well... but Firefox might handle it better.

I've seen (and reported) quite a series of memory-utilization issues since 28.0 ... perhaps it's time for a "tiger team" to look into these.

AH - one other detail: I keep Firefox pinned to the Windows task bar, and when it starts, it asks me which profile I want to use (of about 5 choices). When restarting Firefox after identifying all the above... I found that it no longer asked me to choose a profile, and the profile it opened was clearly NOT my most-common profile, which includes (e.g.) all my most-common, site-specific login information. I had to mess around for several minutes to get this profile "back" up and running, and I did not make note of what I tried during that effort.

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