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HTTP Error 404. The requested resource is not found.

Hi there, We have a weird problem with firefox only (not this problem with other web browser like Chrome, Ie or Edge). The problem is that we cannot browse this website … (read more)

Hi there,

We have a weird problem with firefox only (not this problem with other web browser like Chrome, Ie or Edge). The problem is that we cannot browse this website at the same time. No problem to browse one website, but going on the seconde one and you will get on 404 error.

Not Found ________________________________________ HTTP Error 404. The requested resource is not found.

Same error for 3 others.

Just waiting few minutes (at least 5min), refresh the second website, it’s working coming back on the first tab (with the first website), refresh and you get the error 404.

This problem occurs only when we are using IPV6 connexion on an HTTPS websites (only on some of ours web sites (https://www.ticpharma.com/home.php, https://www.techopital.com/ https://www.gerontonews.com, https://www.ticsante.com/home.php and https://www.apminternational.fr/). These 5 website sharing the same SSL certificats. It’s a multi domain SSL certificats provide by Gandi.net.

No problem when we use the Firefox PRIVATE windows. No problem when we browse theses websites in http and IPV6. No problem when we browse theses websites in httpS and IPV4. No problem with other browser in httpS and IPV6.

So only problem with Firefox, in IPV6 and HPPS. This problem occurs on multiple computers, with diffrent Anti-Virus, from different location, for different network and ISP provider. So I guess there is a bug somewhere in firefox.

Thanks for your help. Regards.

Asked by Seb. D 6 months ago

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 5 months ago

Stop addons being disabled when PC has the wrong date

Hello, whenever I change the date on my PC ( which I do several times per week for experiments), all my addons get disabled, as the browser decides they are unsigned (as … (read more)

Hello, whenever I change the date on my PC ( which I do several times per week for experiments), all my addons get disabled, as the browser decides they are unsigned (as visible in the screenshot)

And there is no way to re-enable them - I have to search for them again, go to the download site, and download them again. Yet the browser knows perfectly well that the date is wrong - so it should not be very hard to stop him from disabling addons during a period of wrong date.

Furthermore - there should be an option to re-check the validity of (all) addons which were disabled with 1 click, without having to re-download them.

Asked by b.gyulmezov 5 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 months ago

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An error occurred during a connection to home.packagesear.ch. SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum permissible length. Error code: SSL_ERROR_RX_RECO

This is the message that I receive when I click on the Firefox icon: Secure Connection Failed An error occurred during a connection to home.packagesear.ch. SSL received a… (read more)

This is the message that I receive when I click on the Firefox icon:

Secure Connection Failed

An error occurred during a connection to home.packagesear.ch. SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum permissible length.

Error code: SSL_ERROR_RX_RECORD_TOO_LONG

   The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
   Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem.

Asked by espina7 6 months ago

Last reply by FredMcD 6 months ago

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Browser does not load "https://overdrive.in". Gives error.

This used to load without issues until a couple of months ago. Now it does not. It has been a while since i visited the website but Other browsers are perfectly able to o… (read more)

This used to load without issues until a couple of months ago. Now it does not. It has been a while since i visited the website but Other browsers are perfectly able to open it now. - Cleared history and cache and cookies. - Check for the ipv6, DNS prefetch and No proxy fixes in firefox. - No malware found via BItdefender, Panda Cloud and Malwarebytes.

It specifically fails to load with the following error code: An error occurred while processing your request. Reference #97.15e51cb8.1587195116.5338f60

Any pointers ?

Asked by rocker.manoranjan 6 months ago

Answered by rocker.manoranjan 6 months ago

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My SSL-secured website gets warning "connection not secure" when I access the site by IP:443

When I access my own development website by domain name (with SSL signed by Digicert), it's fine, I see the lock symbol in FF. When I access it by typing https://[IP addr… (read more)

When I access my own development website by domain name (with SSL signed by Digicert), it's fine, I see the lock symbol in FF. When I access it by typing https://[IP address]:443 , I get the "not secure" warning. The IP address has a valid reverse DNS that points to the domain name, which in turn has the valid SSL cert. The domain's A Record also points back to the same IP address. I'm curious why does Firefox do this, and is there anything I can do in my DNS settings to remove the warning for other users -- without changing FF settings? Thanks.

Asked by DavidG 6 months ago

Last reply by jscher2000 6 months ago

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MY OBSOLETE EMAC OS 10.3.9 WILL NO LONGER CONNECT TO THE NET. CAN THIS BE REMEDIED?

My ageing eMac is used almost exclusively for word processing and spreadsheets, however there are occasions when I try to connect to the net. I now get an error mesage … (read more)

My ageing eMac is used almost exclusively for word processing and spreadsheets, however there are occasions when I try to connect to the net. I now get an error mesage which says

                               " Alert
               Firefox can't connect securely to start.mozilla.org
               bacause the site uses a security protocol which isn't enabled."

Can this be remedied or do I just throw my ageing iMac away?

Asked by Nigel Follett 6 months ago

Answered by cor-el 6 months ago

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MacOS Catalina - setting security.enterprise_roots.enabled to true - Doesn't work as expected

When a user, on a MacOS Catalina, sets the security.enterprise_roots.enabled to true in Firefox, the certificates are not read from MacOS keychain store. The method used … (read more)

When a user, on a MacOS Catalina, sets the security.enterprise_roots.enabled to true in Firefox, the certificates are not read from MacOS keychain store.

The method used to set the parameter to true:

Use Firefox on MacOS Catalina, type 'about:config' in the address bar. If prompted, accept any warnings. Right-click to create a new boolean value, and enter 'security.enterprise_roots.enabled' as the Name Set the value to 'true'

What is your recommendation to bypass this problem without manually importing the certificates in the FF certificates authorities ? The goal is to read the certificates from the system store. This parameter works perfectly on MacOS Mojave & Windows.

Asked by Firefoxer 6 months ago

Last reply by Mike Kaply 6 months ago

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Many sites not loading due to PR_END_OF_FILE_ERROR

For some time now - two or three weeks - I experience R_END_OF_FILE_ERROR on many websites. It is only under Firefox. And not on all sites. One example is coronavirus.bg.… (read more)

For some time now - two or three weeks - I experience R_END_OF_FILE_ERROR on many websites. It is only under Firefox. And not on all sites. One example is coronavirus.bg. I can't open it under Firefox. I use Firefox v.75 on Windows 7. I tried:

  • checking TLS settings - screenshot attached. Seems fine.
  • clearing the cache; didn't help.
  • turning network.dns.disableIPv6 to 'true'; didn't help.
  • turning network.dns.disablePrefetch to 'true'; didn't help.
  • restarting Firefox with add-ons disabled; didn't help.
  • scanning for malware; Malwarebytes didn't find any.

I am also attaching my browser test results from ssllabs.com.

I honestly don't know what to do and what is the issue. Please advise.

Asked by radi.stoyanov 6 months ago

Answered by radi.stoyanov 6 months ago

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connection reported secure and insecure at the same time

On a particular website, I click the lock in the address bar to see if the connection is secure. It is reported secure, see first image, it also says which CA verified th… (read more)

On a particular website, I click the lock in the address bar to see if the connection is secure. It is reported secure, see first image, it also says which CA verified the certificate. All seems well but if I click on more information, i get what is shown on the second image, firefox suddenly reports that the site is not encrypted. The website runs on IIS. This happens with both internal CA issued certificate (the ca is imported into firefox as trustworthy root) as well as with letsencrypt issued certificate. Neither internet explorer nor chrome find any anomalies and report the site as trustworthy and all certificates in order. Why is this happening and what is the cause? (i have another server at the same site running also IIS with exchange where the certificate shows correctly in firefox)

Asked by leosenko 6 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 6 months ago

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Can't get to website becuase of Security Warning (Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead, SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN).

When I go to a business website (Arrow.com) I get this message (see question). When I look at the certificate it is from a different business's website (Digikey.com). I … (read more)

When I go to a business website (Arrow.com) I get this message (see question). When I look at the certificate it is from a different business's website (Digikey.com). I use both websites often.

Asked by wmboyd 6 months ago

Answered by FredMcD 6 months ago

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Firefox isn't trusting a replaced user certificate.

I access one TLS URL that's secured by user certificate. I had no problem importing the .p12 certificate into my profile's user certificate store ("Your Certificates"), a… (read more)

I access one TLS URL that's secured by user certificate. I had no problem importing the .p12 certificate into my profile's user certificate store ("Your Certificates"), and I could access the URL.

On the TLS URL system, for an unrelated reason, I had to generate a new certificate. My task was to remove the user certificate from my profile's certificate store, and replace with the new certificate.

The replacement was perfect: Delete the old certificate, import the new certificate. Enter the cert password, and see the new certificate, with its new serial ID listed in Firefox's certificate store.

When I try to visit the TLS secured URL, Firefox gives "Secure Connection Failed" and "SEC_ERROR_BAD_SIGNATURE". It says "Peer has an invalid signature."

I'm at a loss how to proceed troubleshooting this.

Asked by NDeMarco 7 months ago

Last reply by dkeeler 7 months ago

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chrome is allowing https://www.apeasternpower.com/ why Firefox is not allowing.

Previously all my transactions of https://www.apeasternpower.com/ was being done on Firefox only. But suddenly Firefox is not allowing this website. But at the same time… (read more)

Previously all my transactions of https://www.apeasternpower.com/ was being done on Firefox only. But suddenly Firefox is not allowing this website. But at the same time Chrome is allowing this website. What is the reason.

Asked by murarji 7 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 7 months ago

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I had a digital certificate installed and working on the computer to access Spanish government websites. Firefox upgrades mean not working

Ive had a digital certificate installed and working to allow me to access Spanish government websites. I've tried a lot of things this afternoon like checking pop ups are… (read more)

Ive had a digital certificate installed and working to allow me to access Spanish government websites. I've tried a lot of things this afternoon like checking pop ups aren't blocked to see why the webpage won't work. Ive even put the sede.sepe.gob.es in the exemptions of my antivirus software. Is there a checklist to go through to undo the changes that firefox updates and upgrades have made. Shouldn't the software respect that we don't want to have to revisit all our preferences everytime they force an update or upgrade?

Asked by sedghill 7 months ago

Last reply by user1321319 7 months ago

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Cannot use our self signed client certificates

In order to monitor our application at client sites, we have added a monitoring page (using apache). To prevent preying eyes, we require clients to identify them selves u… (read more)

In order to monitor our application at client sites, we have added a monitoring page (using apache). To prevent preying eyes, we require clients to identify them selves using a client certificate. This used to work until a few weeks ago, but now we are having problems using firefox. It keeps stating a SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_FAILURE_ALERT error, and we cannot accessing the pages.

I have already added our Root CA and intermediate CA (used to sign the client certs) in both firefox and the windows certificate store, But the problem is not yet resolved.

The subdomain is protected with a an Organization Validated certficate from an official CA authority. Apparently we are missing something, but i can't see what is causing this issue.

If i disable the requirement for a client certificate, the site is accessible, but that is not really an option here.

Asked by Fabien H. Dumay 7 months ago

Last reply by Fabien H. Dumay 7 months ago

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How do I disable Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead for sites with invalid certificates?

How do I disable the warning screens that say "Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead" when I visit sites on my home network (192.168.1.0/24)? Nothing I've tried seems t… (read more)

How do I disable the warning screens that say "Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead" when I visit sites on my home network (192.168.1.0/24)? Nothing I've tried seems to work. Thanks, Eric

Asked by eric64 8 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 7 months ago

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I cannot connect to firefox and a lot of other websites with my firefox browser

I can't connect to Firefox account but to many other websites too, see message below: https://accounts.firefox.com/?action=email&context=fx_desktop_v3&entrypoint… (read more)

I can't connect to Firefox account but to many other websites too, see message below:

https://accounts.firefox.com/?action=email&context=fx_desktop_v3&entrypoint=activity-stream-firstrun&utm_source=activity-stream&utm_campaign=firstrun-release&utm_term=trailhead-join-supercharge&device_id=&flow_id=&flow_begin_time=&style=trailhead&email=anstersteeg%40gmail.com

Uitgever van certificaat van peer wordt niet herkend.

HTTP Strict Transport Security: true HTTP Public Key Pinning: true

Certificaatketen:


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END CERTIFICATE-----
BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----

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END CERTIFICATE-----

Asked by Jan Tersteeg 7 months ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 7 months ago

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Mozilla Firefox does not work when disabling the encryption key TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA (0xc014)

Dear Mozilla team, We are a company that develops web systems. The customer’s security service asks us to close all old encryption keys on the server in order to avoid sy… (read more)

Dear Mozilla team,

We are a company that develops web systems. The customer’s security service asks us to close all old encryption keys on the server in order to avoid system vulnerabilities and use only new keys. We disabled most of the old keys and the system works fine on all browsers. As soon as we turn off the encryption key TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA (0xc014), then all web systems stop working through the Mozilla Firefox browser. (At the same time, everything works correctly on other browsers). The Mozilla Firefox Documentation says that this browser supports new encryption keys and can work without old encryption keys. Link (https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Server_Side_TLS). Also on our server are included all the necessary encryption keys for Mozilla Firefox to work.

Do you have any ideas on how to solve this?

Asked by yulyan.karpiy 7 months ago

Last reply by dkeeler 7 months ago

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Unwanted http redirecting to https

I will give one example of many. In the past, I must have accidentally typed https://mail.wizathon.com. The correct URL is http://mail.wizathon.com. Now when I try to ge… (read more)

I will give one example of many. In the past, I must have accidentally typed https://mail.wizathon.com. The correct URL is http://mail.wizathon.com. Now when I try to get to the http version, Firefox automatically switches it to https, which fails. To fix this, I have always gone to Options -> Privacy -> Clear Site Settings and poof, the http version would work. I have tried this, I have tried "forgetting the site", I have looked in my profile and the site isn't listed there, I have tried Refreshing my Firefox, I have gone into my about: config and updated the htsc to false. I am out of options. Something happened in the last 2 weeks to cause this unwanted behavior.

Asked by jlevitas16 7 months ago

Answered by jscher2000 7 months ago