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Unable to Log On to https://support.jungledisk.com/access/

I now have trouble logging into jungledisk.com after most recent "improvement" to Firefox. Never ran into this annoyment until new FF rolled out. My current work around,… (read more)

I now have trouble logging into jungledisk.com after most recent "improvement" to Firefox. Never ran into this annoyment until new FF rolled out. My current work around, go to Edge. No problems getting to jungledisk there.

I get the following when I try,

"Cookies required to use Firefox

To continue signing in using Firefox, allow cookies to be stored on this device. You might see this screen more than once."

Below is the dialog box to log on asking for user name and password finally "Sign In". This "Sign In" is greyed out. Can log on the jungledisk not no way, not no how.

Asked by wsgross 1 week ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 week ago

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Firefox inconsistent, Session leaks data.

By fixing the very first option you come across as soon as you go into General Under "Startup" The setting called "Restore previous Session" Usually, a checkbox, is a b… (read more)

By fixing the very first option you come across as soon as you go into General Under "Startup" The setting called "Restore previous Session"

Usually, a checkbox, is a boolean ON OFF.

Once more, this leaks data. For instance, logging into my webmail rebooting the machine, next time i launch firefox it spawns the same session again. This contradicts with the very first option under "General" -> Startup

If this was a public machine, some one would now have access to my email.

It seems that this is OS specific. But really, i don't care. My complaint stays the same. The option is broken, and firefox leaks data therefor. I no longer trust Firefox. This sort of stuff is not done deliberately.

Once more. perhaps bit logic is too complicated for you UI designers and a quantum gyro is more to your liking? Cause this is NOT normal.

Asked by syncsync 2 weeks ago

Answered by syncsync 1 week ago

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reCAPTCHA ... works in a private window, but not in a normal one

So... the title says it all. Another funny reCAPTCHA issue for you guys. That thing works in a private window but not in a normal window. How come? … (read more)

So... the title says it all.

Another funny reCAPTCHA issue for you guys.

That thing works in a private window but not in a normal window.

How come?

Asked by jayteasee 1 week ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 week ago

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Firefox stopped displaying a CSS mask locally

I use Firefox locally to review the HTML/CSS while creating web pages (Win7 & Win10). Upon browser update, Firefox stopped displaying mask of any image format (SVG or… (read more)

I use Firefox locally to review the HTML/CSS while creating web pages (Win7 & Win10). Upon browser update, Firefox stopped displaying mask of any image format (SVG or PNG).

I did solve this issue in 2020 by changing the settings. about:config > privacy.file_unique_origin changing: to 'false' > refresh tab. Yet, since October 2021, it's no longer helping. After a browser update, I don't see the images with a mask, see attachment. The mask images show OK when the HTML page is on the server, but codding requires a constant 'quick check,' and usually uploading to the server is a final step. Can anyone help?

I prepared a simple example page [https://artenergy.com/mask] with a download link. Thus one can open this file locally to see the issue.

Thank you!

Asked by Sergey Martinov 2 weeks ago

Answered by cor-el 2 weeks ago

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Disable hidden extension in Firefox

Hi there. I am looking to disable the following hidden extensions on Firefox 95 64bit. Amazon.com.au Bing Chambers(UK) eBay When i go to the addons / extensions setting… (read more)

Hi there.

I am looking to disable the following hidden extensions on Firefox 95 64bit.

Amazon.com.au Bing Chambers(UK) eBay

When i go to the addons / extensions setting in firefox these are not showing up, yet when i use CCleaner they are there. When i disable them using CCleaner they enable themselves immediately.

Any assistance with this would be great,

Many thanks,

Chucky Orr Laww

Asked by Chucky Orr Laww 1 month ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 month ago

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Lets Encrypt, NGINX proxy and SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP

I have several sites behind a reserve proxy using NGINX Proxy manager. Every time my Let encrypt certs renew, for several days after I get SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP whe… (read more)

I have several sites behind a reserve proxy using NGINX Proxy manager. Every time my Let encrypt certs renew, for several days after I get SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP when trying access my sites from firefox. I do not have this issue with other browsers.

I am on firefox 95.0.2

Asked by wolfer201 2 weeks ago

Answered by wolfer201 2 weeks ago

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"Did Not Connect: Potential Security Issue" on every sites

Since yesterday I am getting this "Did Not Connect: Potential Security Issue" error on every sites that I have tried to visit. Even on well known secured sites like https… (read more)

Since yesterday I am getting this "Did Not Connect: Potential Security Issue" error on every sites that I have tried to visit. Even on well known secured sites like https://drive.google.com is inaccessible while my Chrome and Edge is working fine. Any solution?

Asked by shekharhimadri97 2 weeks ago

Answered by shekharhimadri97 2 weeks ago

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Saved log-ins

A financial institution's log-in page suddenly remembers my username, though not my password. The institution's site is not listed among those in Firefox's password manag… (read more)

A financial institution's log-in page suddenly remembers my username, though not my password.

The institution's site is not listed among those in Firefox's password manager at all.

The institution claims it's not their site, and it must be the fault of the browser.

Any suggestions? I need to protect this information.

P.S. Chrome also remembers the log-in or username.

Asked by atragan 2 weeks ago

Answered by cor-el 2 weeks ago

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Firefox doesn't recognize FQDN when saving password for website

Hello, I've had this issue for a long time but now it actually bugged me enough to ask about it. Let's say I have an app with one set of credentials at https://website1.x… (read more)

Hello, I've had this issue for a long time but now it actually bugged me enough to ask about it.

Let's say I have an app with one set of credentials at https://website1.xyz.com

I also have another web app at https://webmail.xyz.com

Firefox only offers to remember credentials for xyz.com so whenever i access any of those websites above i have to juggle between credentials.

Is it possible for firefox to remember passwords separate for whole FQDN?

Asked by fabulousmcc 2 weeks ago

Answered by TyDraniu 2 weeks ago

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Between last night and today, FF not remembering most passwords.

As stated in subject line. FF 95.0.2 Nothing has changed except all fields are blank when I enter and the pw manager is also blank. My passwords and logins under TOOLS is… (read more)

As stated in subject line. FF 95.0.2

Nothing has changed except all fields are blank when I enter and the pw manager is also blank. My passwords and logins under TOOLS is still full.

What happened? I did NOT change any pw or history settings since yesterday - as a matter of fact, I did not change anything except to enter cookies exceptions.

Thank you.

Asked by CiaoBella1 2 weeks ago

Answered by FredMcD 2 weeks ago

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RECOVERY KEY SETUP

this page: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/reset-your-firefox-account-password-recovery-keys#firefox:win8:fx95&mobile::m95&ios: Isn't setup for ver95 for c… (read more)

this page:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/reset-your-firefox-account-password-recovery-keys#firefox:win8:fx95&mobile::m95&ios: 

Isn't setup for ver95 for creating a Recovery key!!!! HOW TO CREATE RECOVERY KEY????

Asked by Magnogreato 3 weeks ago

Answered by cor-el 3 weeks ago

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Getting rid of lockwise or just quit firefox...

This lockwise is a pox, whenever I sign up for a site I get the normal dialog to save the password, after saying yes, my password has not been saved, and it's due to lock… (read more)

This lockwise is a pox, whenever I sign up for a site I get the normal dialog to save the password, after saying yes, my password has not been saved, and it's due to lockwise, so how do I get rid of this excrement-filled apple infected change?

If not, I'll just quit using this crappy browser and simply move on...

Asked by dunmer2007 3 weeks ago

Answered by andmagdo 3 weeks ago

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FIREFOX 95: Mic and camera NOT ALLOWED

[Locked as a duplicate of https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1362528. Please follow up there, thanks.] Using the Privacy and Security permissions, and in the "S… (read more)

[Locked as a duplicate of https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1362528. Please follow up there, thanks.]

Using the Privacy and Security permissions, and in the "Settings Camera Permissions" it appears to me that I'm only allowed to remove permissions, not add them. The box contains the list of websites that have asked for permission to use my camera. The box is empty.

I tried putting the desired website in the the box, thinking I might add it, then tried alternatively both "enter" and "save", and nothing was added to the box below. The box remained empty.

Asked by Bob 3 weeks ago

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Cannot turn off HTTPS

1 From Menu, I selected Settings 2 I then selected Privacy & Security 3 I Scroll down to HTTPS-Only Mode 4 I selected Don't enable HTTPS-Only Mode When I put in "ht… (read more)

1 From Menu, I selected Settings

2 I then selected Privacy & Security
3 I Scroll down to HTTPS-Only Mode 
4 I selected Don't enable HTTPS-Only Mode

When I put in "http://docs.imsidesign.com/projects/TurboCAD-2021/turbocad-2021-user-guide-publication/Customized-Programming/Parametric-Part-Script-Editing/ the address bar always changes to https...

I've tried restarting Firefox, I tried restarting my computer. nothing I've done will turnoff HTTPS mode

The address works fine in MS Edge.

I have Windows 10 Pro version 20H2 on a Dell 7750 purchased in Apr/2021.

I use TurboCAD 2021 Platinum. I'd like to use the TurboCAD online help with Firefox.

I contribute monthly to Mozilla.

Asked by RnDHenderson 3 weeks ago

Answered by jscher2000 3 weeks ago

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2 Step authentication logon failing

Vanguard.com made a change to their logon process that now requires all logons must go through their 2 step authentication process, that sends a text msg with an authoriz… (read more)

Vanguard.com made a change to their logon process that now requires all logons must go through their 2 step authentication process, that sends a text msg with an authorization code to a smartphone, which in turn is entered into the authentication popup that appears after the main userid/password logon is accepted.

My issue is after I've gone through the initial logon by entering my userid and password, and hitting the "logon button", nothing happens. The authentication popup does not appear, and no text msg is received, so I can't get past the initial logon dialog.

I've user another browser to logon on to the Vanguard site, and I successfully complete the 2 step process and get logged on.

On Firefox, I've got the Vanguard logon url in the exception list of the pop-up blocker, and enhanced tracking protection. I also it excluded in the ad blocker extension installed on Firefox.

How can I determine what is breaking the 2 step logon authentication? I'm assuming that I some privacy setting in Firefox that likely doing it... maybe. What else can I check in my settings?

Asked by c.radman.sp 3 weeks ago

Answered by FredMcD 3 weeks ago

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delete unwanted form fill data

Security issue with form filler data -- LSS, I have some very unwanted saved data somewhere in some buffer area of the browser that I want to surgically remove. I curren… (read more)

Security issue with form filler data -- LSS, I have some very unwanted saved data somewhere in some buffer area of the browser that I want to surgically remove.

I currently have firefox set to offer to save logins, and not to fill in addresses or credit cards. I have indicated, when offered, to "never save" logins from certain sites. I have gone to the saved logins area in firefox and verified that the login information is not saved there. However when I go to a site, the login information is in the browser somewhere and shows up under the form blank as I type the correct information in. Obviously this is a security issue. I once got rid of this data by deleting EVERYTHING but of course I lost a lot in the process. The first time I did that I hadn't fully configured the settings for form filler so I hoped for better the second time around. But no, alas and alack it is back. I am hoping someone out there knows how I can go in and surgically remove this data.

NOTE I have already tried every solution in the firefox help area and in the firefox forums and on all help sites on the first ten pages of google so PLEASE do not fill up the answer area telling me to try that stuff. It did not work. The only thing that worked was deleting EVERYTHING (Ctrl+shift+del clear everything for all time) I have spent hours on trying different things because 1) these logins should not be saved and 2) I don't want to delete everything again 3) I didn't want to have to write this essay here.

TLDR Alternately if you know how I can export and then import my cookies and site settings, I could delete EVERYTHING and then add those 2 back in. THANK YOU fellow campers!

Asked by Nam 4 weeks ago

Answered by cor-el 4 weeks ago