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Disable the “Sign in with Google” Prompt on Websites

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  • Last reply by jonzn4SUSE

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I do not have a G account. For work related purposes I have to utilize websites that bombard me with Sign in w Google. No settings within FF I found can stop this onslaught. Same goes for Ad Block Plus and a few others since disabled and deleted. No useful information on G's forum website. Firefox, I was under the impression your about user safety & security? Why O Why do I get this garbage from G daily in your browser 105.3 on Win 10 home without a way to disable it?

I do not have a G account. For work related purposes I have to utilize websites that bombard me with Sign in w Google. No settings within FF I found can stop this onslaught. Same goes for Ad Block Plus and a few others since disabled and deleted. No useful information on G's forum website. Firefox, I was under the impression your about user safety & security? Why O Why do I get this garbage from G daily in your browser 105.3 on Win 10 home without a way to disable it?
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Allow me to answer my own question. Thanks to a Linux forum. I do not have any Google account so going into Google account settings is not an option.

Part 1: Need to install uBlock Origin. Once installed select gear icon. Part 2: Copy text below into a notepad document and save to desktop. Part 3: uBlock Origin Select Import and append (import notepad document) select APPLY CHANGES. Screen shot attached.

Success! No more of the annoying prompt "Sign in with Google"

||id.google.com^

||accounts.google.com/gsi/$3p

||smartlock.google.com^

! Block "Sign in with Google" iframe in top right corner of websites ||accounts.google.com/gsi/iframe

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Hi

I believe that this is something that is offered by the website and is not controlled by Firefox.

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If you have a Gogle account and are logged in then you can open myaccount.google.com and go to the Security tab. Look further down for: "Signing in to Other Sites" -> "Signing in with Google" Look further down for: "Signing in to Other Sites" -> "Signing in with Google"

Modified by cor-el

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Since you don't have a G account, use a content blocker such as uBlock Origin with its filter lists AdGuard Annoyances and uBlock filters - Annoyances.

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Allow me to answer my own question. Thanks to a Linux forum. I do not have any Google account so going into Google account settings is not an option.

Part 1: Need to install uBlock Origin. Once installed select gear icon. Part 2: Copy text below into a notepad document and save to desktop. Part 3: uBlock Origin Select Import and append (import notepad document) select APPLY CHANGES. Screen shot attached.

Success! No more of the annoying prompt "Sign in with Google"

||id.google.com^

||accounts.google.com/gsi/$3p

||smartlock.google.com^

! Block "Sign in with Google" iframe in top right corner of websites ||accounts.google.com/gsi/iframe

Modified by Jeff

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Outstanding soldier! Now mark it as resolved and thanks for the info.  ;^)

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