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Automatic opening tab from Google search engine

Hello, from time to time my Mozilla opens the first page when searching on google. Previously I was thinking it's because Firefox Nightly so I changed to Firefox Browser … (daɗa karatu)

Hello, from time to time my Mozilla opens the first page when searching on google. Previously I was thinking it's because Firefox Nightly so I changed to Firefox Browser and this "bug" still annoying me.

Asked by whiteblXK 12 mintunan da su ka gabata

clicked a website in chrome that had a virus

I was just recently searching through Firefox which was using chrome 1. I was searching 'front to front, ink transfer, $1 dollar bill paper currency, variety, error' (i m… (daɗa karatu)

I was just recently searching through Firefox which was using chrome 1. I was searching 'front to front, ink transfer, $1 dollar bill paper currency, variety, error' (i may have used a (,) after '$1 dollar bill,' ⬅as see right here and/OR I also may have used an (s) after 'varieties, errors' ⬅as seen here in quotes. 2. I had advanced the pages approximately 3 times, so I was under the 3rd page under the above (3) search possible keyword string searches. 3.i had clicked on a websight which would be the exact last site in my browser history before exiting and closing tabs, & erasing the data in both apps of chrome and firefox, which I'm on android. 4.when I clicked the site the infamous you are a winner of a brand new_____virus I assumed and I got really panicky. 5.i tried to press back it would not let me the thing popped up again. VERY QUICKLY and panicky it was a pop up on a blue back ground and something similar to 'you are a winner Firefox customer', so it specifically said Firefox and not chrome. 6. I SAW THE BLUISH PURPLE BOX FROM FIREFOX that notifies that it blocks trackers,only this time it said, 'virus detected, 60% downloaded, may damage your SIM card', it said other stuff, but I was very panicked, so I didn't read the rest. 7. I clicked on the tabs button and closed both tabs. 8. went to settings. App manager. Then 'cleared data' in both chrome and firefox. 9.updated lookout app and secured. However, I was hoping that because I'm sharing whichever information with Firefox as per 'terms' I was hoping there is a possibility that since I was using chrome and firefox, that you would be able to fix this virus issues or report the information to whichever securities, y'all you for that kind of stuff, to fix it or may be track the people who have set it up etc. I am unaware of your prtcols with this kind of stuff, however, the screen did use the term 'firefox customer' so I don't know if they are targeting your customers or if it's programmed to just {fill in the blank here↪[_____]of whichever 'NAME' of the service provider}(of each victim)automatically, once clicked.

    • at that time I was not logged in with an account as i didnt know about doing that, but I was signed into chrome, i believe under ... @gmail.com although I did erase my app history...i guess I should check if my browser history was paused in my gmail account at the time. If so maybe it's possible to find the exact site if requesting information from Google although I'd assume that you probably have the same access, at least to my browser history since I was using Firefox. I just don't know if me deleting the app info on my device if it might somehow hinder your further access,but I also assume you probably have the information backed up in servers for this type of access. Please let me know if you need some thing else through email. I'm sure you probably have my device credentials and ip address etc, phone number, especially now that I had to make an account to access the contact services , my account is under ... @gmail.com, to refer to the account I just made, if possible can you please update me about this matter if it is at all possible, not to much trouble or time, I greatly appreciate any efforts that whomever these emails go to and the support departmeant for the efforts made in making the internet safe as well, I'm greatly appreciative, sincerely THANK YOU, soo much. Have a woderfull day and hopefully a productive iniative in this effort.Thanks


edited email from public and search/spam bots view as this is a support forum and there is no one on one support.

Asked by sweetsnough 6 awannin da su ka gabata

Firefox misleading prompts lead me to assume I'm submitting a request to actual support

Fire fox has misleading prompts I had went on the support site and I purposefully did NOT press "to post my question to a community forum" it has myinfo in the freaking p… (daɗa karatu)

Fire fox has misleading prompts I had went on the support site and I purposefully did NOT press "to post my question to a community forum" it has myinfo in the freaking post as i thought i was contacting support please be more clear as when you put the big purple square that says post to community if i wanted to then i would have proceeded to click the big purple box, but since I clicked get help I did not assume I would be posting to a forum, I'm glad I put the email that's already been around the world at least. Maaaaan,...thats sooo dirt! Misleading prompts sick! So can any one tell me how do I actually get in contact with actual technical supports or maybe how to contact moderators to have my information removed. I had tried to alert them to how I accidentally accessed a website with a virus to make internet safer. Now my email is posted but at least everyone knows exactly where not to go if they don't want a virus. Exclude me but it's slightly frusting so please BE AWARE THAT ALL PROMTS I'VE PRESSED☆ TO AVOID ☆ POSTING PUBLICLY ☆HAS STILL☆ POSTED MY ISSUE PUBLICLY.I' ALSO A bit frustrated because I don't see any options anywhere to access a moderator so just saying if y'all don't want your query public...oh well, it will be!Ughz gotta research how to edit now time I didn't want to waste with a warning or alert and more computer skills school I guess it serves me. TO BE CLEAR MY ISSUE IS CAN Y'ALL PLEASE MAKE THE PROMPTS MORE CLEAR AND CONCISE EXACT AND ABSOLUTELY CLEAR THATS IT'S POSTED FORUM

Asked by sweetsnough 6 awannin da su ka gabata

zerossl

Currently firefox donot support ssl certificate from zerossl. But google chrome do. Why you keeping untouchability with them. Google and other reputed companies are trust… (daɗa karatu)

Currently firefox donot support ssl certificate from zerossl. But google chrome do. Why you keeping untouchability with them. Google and other reputed companies are trust thier service.

Asked by Amal 1 makon da ya gabata

Last reply by Amal 7 awannin da su ka gabata

Sign-in Password - Get from internet LOST Password Firefox Android Sign-in account password

I cannot login my Firefox Android Accounts. I lose the passwords of two 2 Firefox Acount and cannot login Inbox my emails registered with Firefox accounts too. I sync bet… (daɗa karatu)

I cannot login my Firefox Android Accounts. I lose the passwords of two 2 Firefox Acount and cannot login Inbox my emails registered with Firefox accounts too. I sync between my 2 Firefox accounts for Saved logins, passwords, bookmarks, everyday (I use Firefox Lockwise app sync like a second backup app) But lost everything now. I know my registered email address used for Firefox Sign-in, sync, but lost password and no longer can login the emails. I think Mozilla Firefox keep the Sync passwords somewhere on internet server? How to recover my exist Firefox accounts FOR my saved logins, passwords, bookmarks, with ONLY email addresses I remember when use Firefox Account sign-in and Firefox Lockwise?? Firefox Accounts info like name, Date birth, secret questions LOST too, I can remember Registered Email Address only. No access to Emails Inbox also. I want ways reset Firefox login passwords (Firefox Lockwise also) OR Get Firefox passwords from the SYNC internet servers???? How get the Private Saved logins, passwords of internet websites I browse? From the Firefox SYNC servers?? with Firefox Lockwise app Sync Servers?? Need all advice urgent!!!!!

Asked by webapps2022 1 makon da ya gabata

Last reply by webapps2022 9 awannin da su ka gabata

back1

bold textHow do I go back one webpage? I am not a genius; actually I am quite the opposite, and almost blind kind of deaf and a bit retarded so please simple answer will … (daɗa karatu)

bold textHow do I go back one webpage? I am not a genius; actually I am quite the opposite, and almost blind kind of deaf and a bit retarded so please simple answer will suffice. Thank you

Asked by myownpeemail 3 kwanakin da su ka gabata

Last reply by myownpeemail 12 awannin da su ka gabata

Missing option on share

When I hit the share button on a site (I discovered this on an album on Flickr), it does give me the option to share to every single app possible on my phone, but I can't… (daɗa karatu)

When I hit the share button on a site (I discovered this on an album on Flickr), it does give me the option to share to every single app possible on my phone, but I can't just copy the link and place it in my clipboard. That's so frustrating because it is sometimes so much easier to just copy the link into the clipboard and paste it later, even when you want to share it to multiple places so much easier to copy it.

I'm using a OnePlus 9 pro running android 11 (OxygenOs 11.2.9.9.LE15BA).

Asked by benjireigner 1 kwanan da ya gabata

Last reply by benjireigner 20 awannin da su ka gabata

On how to get the downloads and on how to manage your storage.

1. ¿What do you have to do to download web video content with Firefox from sites that don't even have a download "button" enabled even though they are not their rightful … (daɗa karatu)

1. ¿What do you have to do to download web video content with Firefox from sites that don't even have a download "button" enabled even though they are not their rightful owners?

2. ¿What do you have to do in Firefox to redirect the downloads to an External Storage device instead of letting them be saved by default in the "Downloads" folder of the Main Storage?

Asked by Man in the Moon 2 kwanakin da su ka gabata

Last reply by Man in the Moon 2 kwanakin da su ka gabata

Secret Settings: Use third party CA certificates.

Firefox Daylight (94.1.2) > Secret Settings > Use third party CA certificates (Allows the use of third party certificates from the Android CA store) 1. Hay disposit… (daɗa karatu)

Firefox Daylight (94.1.2) > Secret Settings > Use third party CA certificates (Allows the use of third party certificates from the Android CA store)

1. Hay dispositivos con Sistema Operativo Android que NO disponen de la posibilidad de instalar certificados en el Almacenamiento del Usuario.

1. There are devices with Android Operating System that DO NOT have the possibility of installing certificates in the User's Storage.

2. Parece que Firefox NO reconoce y acepta aquellos certificados que hayan sido instalados en el Almacenamiento del Sistema.

2. It seems that Firefox does NOT recognize and accept those certificates that have been installed in the System Storage.

Digo "parece que no" porque desconozco la raíz del problema. Sin embargo, así viene sucediendo desde que aparecieron las "Secret Settings": Firefox NO atiende los certificados instalados en el Almacenamiento del Sistema.

I say "it seems not" because I do not know the root of the problem. However, this has been the case since the "Secret Settings" appeared: Firefox does NOT serve the certificates installed in the System Storage.

Y esto origina un gran problema a todos los usuarios de Firefox cuyos dispositivos Android sólo permiten instalar certificados en el Almacenamiento del Sistema.

And this causes a big problem for all Firefox users whose Android devices only allow to install certificates in the System Storage.

En esa situación, Firefox no funciona correctamente cuando debe interactuar con otra magnífica aplicación como es AdGuard AdBlocker.

In that situation, Firefox does not work properly when it must interact with another magnificent application such as AdGuard AdBlocker.

Por favor, observen que no hablo de AdGuard como "add-on" de Firefox...

Please, note that I do not speak of AdGuard as a Firefox "add-on"...

Y, por lo que más queráis, os ruego que, aunque el planteamiento de este problema pueda ser algo difícil de comprender, pongáis toda vuestra atención en el hecho de que Firefox parece fallar a la hora de utilizar cualquier certificado que haya sido almacenado en el Sistema.

And, for what you want more, I beg you that, although the approach to this problem may be somewhat difficult to understand, put all your attention on the fact that Firefox seems to fail to use any certificate that has been stored in the System.

Sólo trato de advertir a todos sobre este gran fallo con la esperanza de que ustedes, los de Mozilla, puedan y quieran arreglarlo.

I'm just trying to warn everyone about this big bug in the hope that you, guys at Mozilla, can and will fix it.

Asked by Man in the Moon 2 kwanakin da su ka gabata

Clicking back button while Searching logins and passwords broken

Why does FF make you search all over again for logins/passwords? If I search for a login and get multiple hits and after I look at one and click the back button I have t… (daɗa karatu)

Why does FF make you search all over again for logins/passwords? If I search for a login and get multiple hits and after I look at one and click the back button I have to search all over again to get back to the same results. Is this a feature or a bug? Is there a setting I need to change? If it's a feature can you add a feature that lets us go back to the same results if we click the back button?

Thank you, Matt

Asked by matt_p207 3 kwanakin da su ka gabata

Firefox cant click small details button

Hey guys, why does the firefox android could not click a very simple small button? For example an "x" button (cancel) and etc. As long as it's small the firefox would not… (daɗa karatu)

Hey guys, why does the firefox android could not click a very simple small button? For example an "x" button (cancel) and etc. As long as it's small the firefox would not interact with it properly, instead when i click it firefox thought that i long pressed that small button and its kinda annoying because what i need to do is to zoom in for that button just so the firefox could properly click that and not long pressed. Problem is almost all the websites i visit has a button like that and so does it mean i will literally need to zoom a simple "x" button or any kind of small details on a webpage just for firefox could properly identify them? Example of whats happening link Browser: latest firefox android Device: Realme 6 , 8/128

Asked by capellanjayr 1 makon da ya gabata

Last reply by capellanjayr 3 kwanakin da su ka gabata

home page

I would like to change my homepage but can't figure out how to. I was able to do it easily on my laptop but I can't figure out where to go in the settings to make this ch… (daɗa karatu)

I would like to change my homepage but can't figure out how to. I was able to do it easily on my laptop but I can't figure out where to go in the settings to make this change. This phone came with Google Chrome but there have been too many issues being warned about so I decided to make the change to you since you have always been the browser on my laptop anyway. Forbes as you listed as one of the top two most secure browsers. I just want to change my own page if you can help please. I will be ever so thankful for any effort you make on my behalf. Have a great day.. stay healthy and happy!

Asked by Stephanie 1 makon da ya gabata

Last reply by Stephanie 3 kwanakin da su ka gabata