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SSL not working when redirecting from non-www to www

Hello, im a web developer and have come accross a problem which only occurs in the firefox browser. When i design a website, i use the www version of it always, and have … (read more)

Hello, im a web developer and have come accross a problem which only occurs in the firefox browser.

When i design a website, i use the www version of it always, and have redircts for all other instances, eg; mydomain.co.uk > https://www.mydomain.co.uk http://www.mydomain.co.uk > https://www.mydomain.co.uk https://mydomain.co.uk > https://www.mydomain.co.uk

So they all end up at the secure www version of the website. This is done in the .htaccess file and works great in Chrome, Edge, Explorer etc just not firefox.

In firefox i get the error

Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead

Firefox detected a potential security threat and did not continue to boothandco.com. If you visit this site, attackers could try to steal information like your passwords, emails, or credit card details.

What can you do about it?

The issue is most likely with the web site, and there is nothing you can do to resolve it. You can notify the web site’s administrator about the problem.

Ignoring it then procceeds to the full https://www. but that warning screen will be enough to put potential visitors off no doubt.

Is there an "easy fix" for this or is the only way to solve the problem to use up more SAN's and double up on www and non-www versions of each website?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks Chris

Asked by chris.cecil 17 hours ago

Last reply by chris.cecil 7 minutes ago

crash report

Hello, I recently sent my firefox crash report to mozilla including the webpages I was visiting. My concern is: will be kept the privacy of the page I was visiting? simpl… (read more)

Hello, I recently sent my firefox crash report to mozilla including the webpages I was visiting.

My concern is: will be kept the privacy of the page I was visiting? simply because it was my email and linkedin account :)



thanks,

Asked by domenico.minutella 5 days ago

Last reply by domenico.minutella 7 minutes ago

can not log into an account

I can no longer sign into my (New York State unemployment) account in my browser. I used to be able to before syncing and I can log in on my IOS phone. How do I fix this… (read more)

I can no longer sign into my (New York State unemployment) account in my browser. I used to be able to before syncing and I can log in on my IOS phone. How do I fix this?

Asked by DUGWAH 10 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 9 hours ago

NS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_HOST

In "about:networking#dnslookuptool" when a DNS test is performed the HTTP RR value is NS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_HOST. What does the https RR value represent and why the error? … (read more)

In "about:networking#dnslookuptool" when a DNS test is performed the HTTP RR value is NS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_HOST.

What does the https RR value represent and why the error?

Asked by Mace2 6 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 9 hours ago

Is it really so easy to break the Primary Password?

When being prompt for the primary password, I noticed that I can rapidly and endlessly type random combinations and press enter. There seems to never be any delay between… (read more)

When being prompt for the primary password, I noticed that I can rapidly and endlessly type random combinations and press enter. There seems to never be any delay between wrong entering of passwords. So it seems that even the most primitive application that would try all possible combinations rapidly, will break the password in few hours for the most. This does not even require any knowledge in hacking. Is this correct or am I missing something? If that is the case, then primary password is only worth when keeping the computer unattended for no more than few minutes.

Asked by Dor 2 days ago

Last reply by Dor 23 hours ago

Firefox won't show current website login password like it used to.

When logging on to a website it used to be possible to show the current password that is automatically being input. That is no longer possible it seems so now you have t… (read more)

When logging on to a website it used to be possible to show the current password that is automatically being input. That is no longer possible it seems so now you have to search the passwords for that website to locate it and then display it that way. But many times the current website is not saved under an obvious name. This makes it next to impossible to locate what used to be right in front of you (current website logon password). The worst is my current case where you lose your gmail password and try to locate it with a search of the passwords but since gmail address is the user name for 100's of websites there are 100's of results to try to find the gmail password. When it comes to Microsoft website there is zero results to Microsoft in the Firefox password search even though Firefox easily logs me in. Why did Firefox stop allowing the user to see the current password being input to websites. if they did not stop that access then I do not know how to do it anymore. Used to be a simple right click on the password field. Then you could go direct to the password manager location of that website.

Asked by alanduq 5 days ago

Last reply by alanduq 1 day ago

Digital certificate - ask you every time

"When a server requests your personal certificate" my preference is set to "Ask you every time" but Firefox is remembering the certificate I used last time for a site and… (read more)

"When a server requests your personal certificate" my preference is set to "Ask you every time" but Firefox is remembering the certificate I used last time for a site and does not allow me to select a different certificate. How can I change this please? My Firefox browser version is 84.0.2 (64 bit). Thanks

Asked by julie_jakings 1 day ago

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change default search engine

I want to change my default search engine, but for some reason the drop-down menu on the preferences pane doesn't recognize Duck Duck Go or any other option other than Go… (read more)

I want to change my default search engine, but for some reason the drop-down menu on the preferences pane doesn't recognize Duck Duck Go or any other option other than Google. I just rebooted my computer and still it doesn't work. Please advise.

Asked by marcynewman 2 days ago

Answered by jonzn4SUSE 1 day ago

Feature Request: Firefox doesn't display informative error for failed DoH requests

The great thing about DNS over HTTPS is that it's done at Application Layer. However, Firefox doesn't leverage this - producing a boilerplate response when DNS response f… (read more)

The great thing about DNS over HTTPS is that it's done at Application Layer. However, Firefox doesn't leverage this - producing a boilerplate response when DNS response failed.

I'm using NextDNS with P O R N category blocked, with https://dns.nextdns.io/XXXX as my TRR (and network.trr.mode is "3")

When NextDNS does its job and responds with Server failed, Firefox should be able to produce an informative response to the user, rather than "Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at P O R N .com." which is more about connectivity than DNS failure.

Feature Request: Firefox be more informative DoH DNS failures?

Stretch Feature Request: if network.trr.mode is "2", Firefox passively notifies user that preferred method failed.

Asked by Ferens 2 days ago

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If I view highly confidential PDF files in Firefox what happens to that content when I close the tab?

Suppose I'm reviewing financial documents in PDF from my broken in Firefox. They include highly sensitive personal information and when I'm done looking at them I want to… (read more)

Suppose I'm reviewing financial documents in PDF from my broken in Firefox. They include highly sensitive personal information and when I'm done looking at them I want to close that PDF view tab and know the data's not hanging around in some temporary file store.

Other than purging my browsing history every time I do this, is there a setting for this?

Asked by c.rooster.b 2 days ago

Answered by cor-el 2 days ago

is it possible to deny cookies in general and only allow a few specific websites to store cookies?

Hello mozilla-community, is it possible to deny cookies in general and only allow a few specific websites to store cookies? Could you tell me how to do this if it is poss… (read more)

Hello mozilla-community,

is it possible to deny cookies in general and only allow a few specific websites to store cookies? Could you tell me how to do this if it is possible?

specs: Firefox Version 86.0

Thank you for your help.

regards, Tom

Asked by Tom4465 2 days ago

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 2 days ago

Default Container

Is it possible to have a default container? When I open a site in a container, if I then use the open window to go to a URL that I have not assigned a container to, i wou… (read more)

Is it possible to have a default container? When I open a site in a container, if I then use the open window to go to a URL that I have not assigned a container to, i would like this new site to open in a "default" container. I believe the Facebook container works like this, it only allows Facebook related sites to be opened in that container any other sites are open in a new window/tab. An example, if i open a bank URL in a "Banking" container, log off and click on another unrelated bookmark (say Mozilla help), It would be nice if it opened in a separate container I had assigned to be the default container.

Asked by bernie4 3 weeks ago

Last reply by bernie4 3 days ago

mozilladan her çıktığımda tüm şifrelerimi whatsapp web kare kodunu tekrar girmem gerekiyor

mozilladan her çıktığımda tüm şifrelerimi whatsapp web kare kodunu tekrar girmem gerekiyor I have to re-enter all my passwords whatsapp web QR code every time I exit mozi… (read more)

mozilladan her çıktığımda tüm şifrelerimi whatsapp web kare kodunu tekrar girmem gerekiyor

I have to re-enter all my passwords whatsapp web QR code every time I exit mozilla

Asked by umutcanbinn 3 days ago

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2-Factor Authentication

Hi My question is:"Protect your Firefox account with 2-step verification" My system is windows10, 64 bit, install firefox version 86 My phone is iphone xs max install tw… (read more)

Hi My question is:"Protect your Firefox account with 2-step verification" My system is windows10, 64 bit, install firefox version 86 My phone is iphone xs max install twilio authy version 24.4.4 I cannot set up two-step verification, scanning and typing all failed!!! What should I do, I want to use authy

Asked by LIBIN QIAO 3 days ago

Answered by LIBIN QIAO 3 days ago