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camera used when i was asleep

I had a message today from my security system on my phone which said my camera had been used at 11.27pm when i was asleep. How do i stop this from happening in future? … (read more)

I had a message today from my security system on my phone which said my camera had been used at 11.27pm when i was asleep. How do i stop this from happening in future?

Asked by c.barton913 2 months ago

Answered by Seburo 2 months ago

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I suspect being scammed when using whattsapp.com .My anterior mobile was robbed in a locutorio. I did denounce the robbery.Also I was scammed various times when using Internet. Please explain me what can I do to avoid this scamming. Thanks for answering.

FRAUDE AND SCAMMING. EXPLAIN ME PLEASE HOW TO AVOID IT. THANKYOU. I often get letters of people who wants me to get their heritage sometimes for Charity in the name of J… (read more)

FRAUDE AND SCAMMING. EXPLAIN ME PLEASE HOW TO AVOID IT. THANKYOU. I often get letters of people who wants me to get their heritage sometimes for Charity in the name of Jesús Christ África Nigeria. Or that I won the lottery milions (England) Please what can I do. Thank you for answering.

Asked by Tugrul Michael 2 months ago

Answered by Seburo 2 months ago

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A Concerning Issue

Kaggle has always been my goto when it comes to micro courses and since Chrome on Android handles heavy sites pretty well, I've always used Chrome for kaggle.com. and for… (read more)

Kaggle has always been my goto when it comes to micro courses and since Chrome on Android handles heavy sites pretty well, I've always used Chrome for kaggle.com. and for article reading and stuffs, Firefox has always been no. 1 for me. Today what I noticed while being on Chrome for Android, (screenshot below) is that on this link, on the navigation bar there showed a (i) symbol, although it was on https, however, after copying the link to Firefox browser, it showed (screenshot below) that the site was secure. I wonder if it's because the site had https meant to Firefox that the site was secure? I of course had https add-on enabled. Is firefox overlooking the fact that the site is not secure, or is that its actually secure in Firefox but not in Chrome.

Asked by Samiul Joy 2 months ago

Answered by Seburo 2 months ago

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Resetting Master-Pass with synced devices.

Hello dear Firefox community, I have Firefox lockwise installed on both my PC and my Android smartphone. I have set a master password on my PC, but not on the smartphone.… (read more)

Hello dear Firefox community,

I have Firefox lockwise installed on both my PC and my Android smartphone. I have set a master password on my PC, but not on the smartphone. I have recently changed that password and forgot it. The only workaround is resetting the master password and in this process losing all the passwords on the PC. So far so good. The question I have now is: can I safely remove my master password and all my passwords from my PC and somehow reimport it from my smartphone? If that is not the case, is there any possibility exporting the passwords from my smartphone?

Cheers, Felix

Asked by haichen 2 months ago

Answered by cor-el 2 months ago

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smilechild789

Dear sir and ma'am by keeping the internet safer more concise and with less in their way confusion would keep you in any way dress down of all the websites that keeps red… (read more)

Dear sir and ma'am by keeping the internet safer more concise and with less in their way confusion would keep you in any way dress down of all the websites that keeps redirecting in hijacking our communication sincerely Robert

Asked by huttenbachrobert1 2 months ago

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Master password is not requested on Android when accessing password list.

I have set a master password on Android. When I start Firefox, I will be queried for the master password, but afterwards never again until the app gets closed. In this wa… (read more)

I have set a master password on Android.

When I start Firefox, I will be queried for the master password, but afterwards never again until the app gets closed. In this way, the master password offers no protection – anyone I lend my phone to could freely browse my passwords in practice.

This contrasts with Firefox for Windows, Firefox for iOS, and all versions of Chrome, where a password is required either before viewing the password list at all (best) or at least before revealing the password (acceptable).

With Android, the masterpassword is requested on startup, when it isn't really needed yet, but not, when it would actually provide protection.

Is there any way to get a behavior more in sync with other devices?

Asked by kb 3 months ago

Answered by aditya81028 3 months ago