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Cookie “” has been rejected as third-party. ProxyChannelFilter.jsm

Hello, dev. console shows: Cookie “” has been rejected as third-party. ProxyChannelFilter.jsm:422:18 (view-source:resource://gre/modules/ProxyChannelFilter.jsm) Request t… (read more)

Hello,

dev. console shows:

Cookie “” has been rejected as third-party. ProxyChannelFilter.jsm:422:18 (view-source:resource://gre/modules/ProxyChannelFilter.jsm)

Request to access cookie or storage on “<URL>” was blocked because we are blocking all third-party storage access requests and content blocking is enabled. 10

Request to access cookie or storage on “https://va.tawk.to/v1/session/start” was blocked because we are blocking all third-party storage access requests and content blocking is enabled.

Source map error: Error: NetworkError when attempting to fetch resource. Resource URL: moz-extension://someidhere/common/purify.js Source Map URL: purify.js.map

How can i fix it when Firefox do not tell me which extension or which Firefox setting i need to modify. What to do exactly please?

This is 102.4.0esr (64-bit) stable latest package from Debian stable repository.

Similar not responded: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1382035

Asked by #367259 3 weeks ago

Cookie management

Hello, in FF 107 the Buttons "Clear Data", "Manage Data" and "Manage Exceptions" in "Settings" -> "Privacy and Security" -> "Cookies and Site Data" are gone. How ge… (read more)

Hello,

in FF 107 the Buttons "Clear Data", "Manage Data" and "Manage Exceptions" in "Settings" -> "Privacy and Security" -> "Cookies and Site Data" are gone. How get them back?

Asked by passat3233 1 week ago

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Update has caused Firefox to lose passwords and cookies... again

Firefox has just updated to version 84, and has lost all my passwords, and I think cookies too. This is the second time this has happened. I have had a look in Windows Ex… (read more)

Firefox has just updated to version 84, and has lost all my passwords, and I think cookies too. This is the second time this has happened.

I have had a look in Windows Explorer to see if there is an older file (C:\ProgramData\Mozilla), but nothing there that looks hopeful at all.

I have to ask myself: Should I be using Chrome?

Asked by andy.joel 1 year ago

Last reply by knowledge is like power 1 year ago

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problem with the connexion of a website. problem of cookies and redirections

I can't connect to a lab website because there is apparently to much redirections... It seems to be a problem of cookies... I try after changing a lot of things in my set… (read more)

I can't connect to a lab website because there is apparently to much redirections... It seems to be a problem of cookies... I try after changing a lot of things in my settings but nothing work. What can I do ? the message is "la page n'est pas redirigée correctement"

Asked by marinpaquereau 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Any way for more granular cookie deletion?

With FF91, it seems I can only delete cookies for an entire domain. I occasionally have an issue with forums.xfinity.com where it won't load. Deleting the cookies for for… (read more)

With FF91, it seems I can only delete cookies for an entire domain. I occasionally have an issue with forums.xfinity.com where it won't load. Deleting the cookies for forums.xfinity.com would fix it. Now, with FF91, I have to delete ALL xfinity.com cookies! It seems as if there should be a way to open up the 'container' to see the sub-domains, and then you could further open that up if needed to delete an individual cookie.

Asked by andyross 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Can't create post and subject on AMD Community forum - Firefox 91.0

Dear Firefox Community, I can't create subject or new post on AMD Community forum. I mean this website: https://community.amd.com/ This can be problem with firefox becau… (read more)

Dear Firefox Community,

I can't create subject or new post on AMD Community forum. I mean this website: https://community.amd.com/


This can be problem with firefox because before update to version 91.0 I had not any problem. I think that this is problem with cookies because when I open community.amd.com website in private mode I can create only one subject or new post. If I want to second subject or post I can see information like this: "Post flooding detected (user tried to post more than 1 messages within 600 seconds)". Like I said when I want to create second subject or post this is not possible. To solve this problem I must log out from the website next exit the tab and open new one in private mode, log out again and I can now create again but only one post/subject.

This can be also problem with new version of firefox 91.0 because before update to this version I had not any problem. I think that this is problem with cookies.

Can you tell me if you have also this issue?

Thanks.

Asked by Peter 1 year ago

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 1 year ago

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single out certain Google cookies to accept

Firefox removes all cookies when I shut it down; that is the option I have chosen. I know I can opt out of this by allowing cookies for certain websites. I don't want to… (read more)

Firefox removes all cookies when I shut it down; that is the option I have chosen. I know I can opt out of this by allowing cookies for certain websites.

I don't want to allow Google/Youtube cookies in this way: I don't want Google to come back the next time and continue to build their cookie cache; I want them to start with a "Google cookie free" browser. 

But.....

This means I have to set my Google cookie settings every time I start my browser and visit any of the Google sites. This annoys me a lot.

Is it possible to single out certain cookies (e.g. the one with the Google cookie settings) that I want to keep, while I remove all the other Google cookies on shut down?

(Before you suggest: not using Google/Youtube is not an option).

Thanx,


Thom

Asked by thom35 1 year ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 year ago

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Firefox 91.0.2 not retaining cookies/site data despite still being there

I have the latest Firefox update, and noticed that if I delete one site's cookie, then the cookies for other sites, my logins, and site data just disappear when I go onto… (read more)

I have the latest Firefox update, and noticed that if I delete one site's cookie, then the cookies for other sites, my logins, and site data just disappear when I go onto the site despite it still being in the data when I check Settings.

One example is if I delete Twitter's cookies and then go to Discord, I'm somehow logged out of Discord, and some other sites loose my settings despite the fact that they are still there in the data untouched.

I have tried adding these sites to the Exceptions list, but the same thing still happens. I am not in Private Browsing Mode (nor have I ever used it), and I don't have Firefox set to delete cookies/site data when closed.

This started happening sometime after I updated to 91.0.2. I'm not sure if the update broke something or there's some other issue going on.

Asked by Felis-2 1 year ago

Last reply by Felis-2 1 year ago

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Firefox keeps logging me out of google account every 2-3 days

I have already checked the cookies are enabled and set to never be deleted. Other websites I use stay signed in, this only happens for google/youtube once every few days.… (read more)

I have already checked the cookies are enabled and set to never be deleted. Other websites I use stay signed in, this only happens for google/youtube once every few days. I never had this problem in other browsers aswell so I doubt it's an account problem. I am using a couple of extensions, adguard and ublock origin, but the issue was still there when I disabled them.

Asked by SecondSense 1 year ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 year ago

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forgetting log in on one site, NY Times. Others ok.

Only the NY Times website doesn't remember my log-in details. I've emptied the cache and deleted the password. Quit FFx and re-entered the log-in. Safari is OK on the NY… (read more)

Only the NY Times website doesn't remember my log-in details. I've emptied the cache and deleted the password. Quit FFx and re-entered the log-in. Safari is OK on the NY Times.

Asked by metropical 1 year ago

Last reply by metropical 1 year ago

Feature Request, Cookies API - Help finding cookie source

Hello, I am the developer of the "FlagCookies" - add-on: https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/flag-cookies/ I would like to make a request to include "window id" a… (read more)

Hello,

I am the developer of the "FlagCookies" - add-on: https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/flag-cookies/

I would like to make a request to include "window id" and "tab id" in the cookie "onCookieChanged" -Event triggered dynamically.

At the present state it is not possible to identify where a cookie is originating from, only the "cookies.cookie" values, but no values for "Window" and "Tab Id" which would dramatically help to assign a cookie to a particular domain even if the "cookie.originURL" or "cookie.url" is different from the surfed on website.

As an example, you can visit "https://freenet.de" which loads different ad trackers - which cookies are displayed as "Cross Origin" in Flag Cookies. A screenshot is attached.

In case you need clarification or more information, please let me know.

Asked by uniqs_ 5 months ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 5 months ago

"Access Denied" message

Just recently when I log on to StubHub.com, I get the message "Access Denied." I don't get it on my iPad, my iPhones, or on the Chrome Browser. What happened? What do I n… (read more)

Just recently when I log on to StubHub.com, I get the message "Access Denied." I don't get it on my iPad, my iPhones, or on the Chrome Browser. What happened? What do I need to do to be able to log on to StubHub again?

Asked by rogerhanderson 4 months ago

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 4 months ago

"Ask everytime" for cookies ?

Every & then, this problem is filed over mozilla support, it's contributors just straight up archive the issue. Please don't do such nonsense. On firefox v44, ability… (read more)

Every & then, this problem is filed over mozilla support, it's contributors just straight up archive the issue. Please don't do such nonsense.

On firefox v44, ability to ask to save cookies for each every website was being removed. And it's defaulted to save cookies permanently. I could change it to delete after current session. But the issue is, I have to keep track of all savable cookies manually, which is a hor$s$shit task. If anyone know how to do this on latest firefox, please lemme know.

Asked by Prince Cooper 1 month ago