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Failing to login to my Netspend.com account ?

Hello I am continuing to fail logging in to my Netspend.com account. I am logging in with the correct Username and Password recognized by NetSpend. I have removed the cac… (read more)

Hello

I am continuing to fail logging in to my Netspend.com account. I am logging in with the correct Username and Password recognized by NetSpend. I have removed the cache. I have investigated if cookies relative to this NetSpend address are blocked. None are. NetSpend support shows no error with my account, on their computers. And, they have no control of cookies.

Would you suggest what I can modify to be successful in logging into my account in NetSpend.com from my Desktop computer ?

NetSpend technical support suggested not to SAVE my Password or Username, having Firefox as my operating browser, proposing Firefox will revert to a former password, unseen by me; thereby not allowing me entry into my NetSpend account.

                   Respectfully
                      Michael

Asked by Michael Kevin 2 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 16 hours ago

Stop FF from Filling Usernames

At "https://www.delta.com/login/loginPage?staticurl=" (login to delta.com) there's a user name field. When I click on it Firefox suggests the username. I don't want the… (read more)

At "https://www.delta.com/login/loginPage?staticurl=" (login to delta.com) there's a user name field. When I click on it Firefox suggests the username. I don't want the username exposed this way because I use the 1Password password manager to fill in usernames.

In Settings "Logins and Passwords" it says "1Password – Password Manager controls this setting". "Ask to save logins and passwords for websites" is not checked, and "Autofil logins and passwords" is checked but the option is pale blue instead of bright blue and cannot be changed.

How can I stop FF from exposing my username?

Asked by MikeA01730 20 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 17 hours ago

Fingerprinting protection doesn't hide version number in 103

I went to amiunique.org (suggested even in the fingerprinting protection article) and found that using Firefox v103 is extremely uncommon as of today, nearly enough to id… (read more)

I went to amiunique.org (suggested even in the fingerprinting protection article) and found that using Firefox v103 is extremely uncommon as of today, nearly enough to identify my browser. I thought Firefox was supposed to spoof the version number with fingerprinting protection enabled. Does it only hide minor version numbers? That doesn't seem to cut it for fingerprinting.

Asked by charl 1 day ago

Last reply by cor-el 23 hours ago

Admin rights required to update firefox on 1 workstation

The relatively new computer (running Windows 10) used by a non-admin person keeps asking for admin permission every time there's a firefox update. I have several other wo… (read more)

The relatively new computer (running Windows 10) used by a non-admin person keeps asking for admin permission every time there's a firefox update. I have several other workstations with firefox and none of those ask for admin rights to be able to update. No solution found in several internet searches for this problem. I'm about ready to put Chrome on this person's computer so I don't have to go to his desk & enter my admin credentials for just a damn FF update.

Asked by craig84 4 days ago

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 1 day ago

saved log-in not shown in password manager

I've saved and can use the log-in details for a particular site, but they doesn't show up in the password list, so I cannot edit/delete them. Whilst it may not be relevan… (read more)

I've saved and can use the log-in details for a particular site, but they doesn't show up in the password list, so I cannot edit/delete them. Whilst it may not be relevant and may confuse the issue more, the reason I want to delete log-in + password is because I have to create a new account every 2-3 months, which I then save. So when loading the home page, the current and all previously saved log-ins get listed. I've tried to manually delete one when on the home page, but unlike keystroke searches which do get deleted, this one remains in the list. I suppose I could clear everything and save all the log-in details for each site again, but why are the log-ins for one particular site not showing up ?

Thanks

Asked by whichstroke-delmar 2 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 day ago

How do I block all cross-site cookies and close the "first 5 times" vulnerability?

I was surprised today to visit a site and notice the "permissions" icon appear at the left of the address bar, showing me that cross-site cookies were allowed for this si… (read more)

I was surprised today to visit a site and notice the "permissions" icon appear at the left of the address bar, showing me that cross-site cookies were allowed for this site. I have Enhanced Tracking Protection set to "Strict", so obviously this was a worrying thing to happen.

Looking into it a bit further, it seems Firefox provides a backdoor for cross-site cookies: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/third-party-trackers?as=u&utm_source=inproduct#w_managing-cross-site-cookies

  • "While cross-site cookies from trackers are blocked in Firefox by default, a site may signal to the browser that it needs to use them for important functionality. In this case, Firefox will allow a third-party website to use cross-site cookies the first five times (or up to 1% of the number of unique sites you visit in a session, whichever is larger) without prompting you. After that, Firefox will prompt you to block these cookies. Without your consent, Firefox blocks these cookies from that point because a site requesting access that many times may be a tracker."

This is most definitely not what I want!

I want every cross-site cookie to be blocked by default, unless and until I explicitly approve it. Is there an about:config preference I can set to achieve this?

Asked by pg_78 3 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 days ago

Cannot UNCHECK 'Ask to save logins'

I use Firefox on multiple devices with synch. I don't want Firefox to ask to save logins, never ever anywhere. :) On my laptop, the option is greyed out and checked, i.e.… (read more)

I use Firefox on multiple devices with synch. I don't want Firefox to ask to save logins, never ever anywhere. :) On my laptop, the option is greyed out and checked, i.e. set to ask to save passwords. So this settings syncs to the other PC's. When running about:config and looking at the option there, it is set to true and also here set to true without possibility to change.

Clues? :)

Asked by jonas.sundb 4 days ago

Last reply by Dropa 3 days ago

I use Mendeley Reference manager in Firefox. It used to work OK. Now I get a message "Firefox blocks extensions running on PDF files". This is just what Mendeley does. How do I get Firefox to allow this to happen again?

I use Mendeley Reference manager in Firefox. It used to work OK. Now I get a message "Firefox blocks extensions running on PDF files". This is just what Mendeley does.… (read more)

I use Mendeley Reference manager in Firefox. It used to work OK. Now I get a message "Firefox blocks extensions running on PDF files". This is just what Mendeley does. How do I get Firefox to allow this to happen again?

Asked by rjhnatiuk 3 weeks ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 4 days ago

i cant open google and youtube

hi when i use lantern proxy, i cant open any site related to google! like youtube or gmail. but chrome browser can open them ! i love firefox and don't want to use anothe… (read more)

hi when i use lantern proxy, i cant open any site related to google! like youtube or gmail. but chrome browser can open them ! i love firefox and don't want to use another browser What should i do? thank you

Asked by afish 6 days ago

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 4 days ago

No longer shown warning screen with advanced button for self signed certs

Folks - I am working with an internal development web site that uses self signed certificates for https / ssl. Previously when browsing to this site, FF would present m… (read more)

Folks -

I am working with an internal development web site that uses self signed certificates for https / ssl.

Previously when browsing to this site, FF would present me with a web page that said "Warning: Potential Security Threat Ahead", but then also present an "Advanced" button on this page that would allow me to choose to ignore the cert error and proceed to the site anyways.

Recently, I now no longer have the option to proceed to the site anyways. I might have upgraded my DD during that time. We've also generated new certs recently. FF now just shows an "Unable to Connect" error message and there is no "Advanced" button or option to bypass the cert error and proceed to the site. This is on Firefox 91.12.0esr.

FWIW, both Chrome and IE still present me with options to bypass the cert error and proceed to the site.

Possibly FF will allow you to bypass an invalid CA, but not an invalid CN ?

Asked by toddpepin 5 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 4 days ago

Still third-party cookie despite deactivation by default

Dear community, I understand that tracking of third-party cookies is now FireFox' default. However, I put my FireFox privacy options to "strict" and opened the website tu… (read more)

Dear community,

I understand that tracking of third-party cookies is now FireFox' default. However, I put my FireFox privacy options to "strict" and opened the website tui.com. What I see in the web developer tools is that several cookies are set, which are not tui.com itself (please see screenshot). The first might be exlainable since it is a subdomain (?), but why are the second and third set? However, when clicking on the data protection icon in form of a shield next to the "ssl-lock" I see a lot of ther third party cookies are prevent. Why arent the second and third in the screenshot?

Thank you very much for your time!

Felix

Asked by felix.wirth 6 days ago

Last reply by Dropa 5 days ago

Message `Unauthorised url' from link to Activate a user account.

Hi, I have received a link to Activate a new user account at the French railway network SNCF. The link arrived in an e-mail from SNCF. When I click the link the followin… (read more)

Hi, I have received a link to Activate a new user account at the French railway network SNCF. The link arrived in an e-mail from SNCF. When I click the link the following message appears: Unauthorized url: https://www.sncf-connect.com/app/en-ww/account/activation, for application: ccl.

Details of my system are; Browser: Firefox 103.0.1 OS: Windows 10

Can you offer a solution?

Thanks, Neil.

Asked by neilburge 6 days ago

Last reply by Dropa 5 days ago