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Downloading Latest version of firefox

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I was trying to update firefox but kept getting an error of download failed. I uninstalled firefox, but I now cannot even download the setup file, using either Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. All I get is is an error saying "site cannot provide a secure connection" (see attached image). How can I re-install Firefox?

I was trying to update firefox but kept getting an error of download failed. I uninstalled firefox, but I now cannot even download the setup file, using either Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. All I get is is an error saying "site cannot provide a secure connection" (see attached image). How can I re-install Firefox?
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Another option:

http://archive.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/102.0.1/win64/en-US/

If you prefer a language/locale other than U.S. English, click the .. link above the file listing and then click into the desired language/locale folder.

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The link from RobertJ did not work (it gave the same error I had been having) but the link from jscher2000 did work. So I'm back up and running , thanks for the replies.

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Dropa said

What about this one? This is a FTP site with older and newer verisons listed. https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/

Again this is not FTP.

Mozilla has disabled the ftp:// protocol on their servers for some seven years now as the ftp://ftp.mozilla.org no longer works. The https://ftp.mozilla.org is not FTP.

from https://web.archive.org/web/20161006070213/https://blog.mozilla.org/it/2015/07/27/product-delivery-migration-what-is-changing-when-its-changing-and-the-impacts/

After 8/5/15, ftp protocol support for ftp.mozilla.org will be completely disabled and downloads can only be accessed through http/https.

Mozilla prefers we use archive.mozilla.org

Also there was no need to provide another link when the link jscher2000 posted worked.

grp5599 said

The link from RobertJ did not work (it gave the same error I had been having) but the link from jscher2000 did work. So I'm back up and running , thanks for the replies.

Modified by James