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Hi.. I would like to know if there is a way to delete/remove old breach notifications that I have dealt with from last year ( 2018). When I look at monitor I keep seeing the same 2 breaches, I would prefer to see notifications of new ones or those I choose to keep a record of. Thanks.

Hi.. I would like to know if there is a way to delete/remove old breach notifications that I have dealt with from last year ( 2018). When I look at monitor I keep seeing the same 2 breaches, I would prefer to see notifications of new ones or those I choose to keep a record of. Thanks.
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Aki_66 2 solutions 48 answers

Step 1-

Open Mozilla Firefox browser, then go to Firefox menu and select options.

Step 2-

Select the content segment and tap on the choose button under Notifications.

Step 3-

A Notification Permissions window will pop-up. In this section, select the site URL’s you wish to unsubscribe. Then click on Remove Site.

Step 1- Open Mozilla Firefox browser, then go to Firefox menu and select options. Step 2- Select the content segment and tap on the choose button under Notifications. Step 3- A Notification Permissions window will pop-up. In this section, select the site URL’s you wish to unsubscribe. Then click on Remove Site.
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See also: *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-monitor-faq *https://monitor.firefox.com/security-tips
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Thank you for replying. I'm interested in what you have suggested with the Steps 1,2 and 3. I've been spending time on it so far can't make it work. I presume you mean the 3 horizontal lines menu ? There is quite lot there but none of them is Options > Content. I've tried all different ways, being signed in , signed out, being on the specific Monitor site, the Mozilla site and just having Firefox open on my home page, the same menu appears. My system is MacOS 10.11.6. I've also looked in Firefox Preferences and there is mention of Content but only to do with Home Content regarding how I wish to have things set up. I'll try again tomorrow. The faq don't seem to be of any help, I did scan them a couple of times and also "asked" the question and nothing turned up, likewise as it isn't a security tip that section didn't help either. The 2 notified breaches are the only ones I've had and I did address them. Nothing has come up for a long time now.

Thank you for replying. I'm interested in what you have suggested with the Steps 1,2 and 3. I've been spending time on it so far can't make it work. I presume you mean the 3 horizontal lines menu ? There is quite lot there but none of them is Options > Content. I've tried all different ways, being signed in , signed out, being on the specific Monitor site, the Mozilla site and just having Firefox open on my home page, the same menu appears. My system is MacOS 10.11.6. I've also looked in Firefox Preferences and there is mention of Content but only to do with Home Content regarding how I wish to have things set up. I'll try again tomorrow. The faq don't seem to be of any help, I did scan them a couple of times and also "asked" the question and nothing turned up, likewise as it isn't a security tip that section didn't help either. The 2 notified breaches are the only ones I've had and I did address them. Nothing has come up for a long time now.
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cor-el said

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Thank you for taking time to respond but neither of these links will be helpful. I checked faq, hopefully I did it properly, and it isn't a security tip matter nevertheless I did look there too. All I would like to do is remove the notifications. Except for these two incidences security hasn't been a big issue. I've had myself removed from those two sites. I expected better from one company. For such things I will more often use a secondary email address.

''cor-el [[#answer-1268367|said]]'' <blockquote> See also: *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-monitor-faq *https://monitor.firefox.com/security-tips </blockquote> Thank you for taking time to respond but neither of these links will be helpful. I checked faq, hopefully I did it properly, and it isn't a security tip matter nevertheless I did look there too. All I would like to do is remove the notifications. Except for these two incidences security hasn't been a big issue. I've had myself removed from those two sites. I expected better from one company. For such things I will more often use a secondary email address.
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