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bij opstarten van onze website www.kelderscomfortschoenen.nl in prive-venster Firefox krijg ik steeds foutmelding: oops er ging iets mis ga naar homepage, chache en geschiedenis worden steeds gewist bij afsluiten firefox

bij opstarten van onze website www.kelderscomfortschoenen.nl in prive-venster Firefox krijg ik steeds foutmelding: oops er ging iets mis ga naar homepage, chache en gesch… (read more)

bij opstarten van onze website www.kelderscomfortschoenen.nl in prive-venster Firefox krijg ik steeds foutmelding: oops er ging iets mis ga naar homepage, chache en geschiedenis worden steeds gewist bij afsluiten firefox

Asked by info3095 1 day ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 minutes ago

Does AT&T interfere with Firefox?

Firefox was working just fine. I changed internet providers to Earthlink which uses AT&T equipment. Suddenly, now I cannot connect to websites, not even to Earthlin… (read more)

Firefox was working just fine. I changed internet providers to Earthlink which uses AT&T equipment. Suddenly, now I cannot connect to websites, not even to Earthlink. I get error message about secure connection failed (forgot the exact wording). I have tried the self help suggestions. Any ideas on how to fix this? Does AT&T support Firefox? Thanks.

Asked by crosskey 6 hours ago

Last reply by crosskey 3 hours ago

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Firefox Survey brings out warning from McAfee --- Whats going on? Who do I believe?

I use Firefox covered by McAfee on my old Windows 7 computer. I took what looked like a genuine survey and got this response see screenshots. Has Firefox been hijacked? … (read more)

I use Firefox covered by McAfee on my old Windows 7 computer. I took what looked like a genuine survey and got this response see screenshots. Has Firefox been hijacked?

Asked by johanijfick 7 hours ago

Answered by James 5 hours ago

Tracking protection problem

Enhanced tracking protection always on no matter how many times I enable "standard protection". Clicking shield to change status doesn't take either. Sites do not recogni… (read more)

Enhanced tracking protection always on no matter how many times I enable "standard protection". Clicking shield to change status doesn't take either. Sites do not recognize me.

Asked by jpicci2627 15 hours ago

Last reply by jscher2000 10 hours ago

How to disable verification when I work offilne

I have observed that work offline is possible only when site has been verified which makes it nightmare. If I restart the browser w/o connection any site cannot be verifi… (read more)

I have observed that work offline is possible only when site has been verified which makes it nightmare. If I restart the browser w/o connection any site cannot be verified and, hence, offline does not work!

Please, tell me how to disable verification: 1) in general, and 2) while working offline.

PS: From version 57 if I remember correct, no multi rows, no extra Tool Bar, no Tab Mix Plus, no Session Manager, no automatic download start with DownThemAll!, no work offline, etc. Firefox >= 57 has destroyed the best UI experience!

Asked by GPT 21 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 18 hours ago

secure settings by password

Hello Is it somehow possible to lock my settings by a password or to make a login necessary to open the settings. I run my firefox on different devices and everyone who … (read more)

Hello

Is it somehow possible to lock my settings by a password or to make a login necessary to open the settings. I run my firefox on different devices and everyone who uses it can easely see all the saved password, change all my settings and so on. I don't want to log off every time I quit the browser.

Thank you for your quick response.

Greetings

Chris

Asked by christophtanner87 21 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 18 hours ago

Why does Firefox feed so much data to Google?

A while back, I discovered a Google plugin hidden within Firefox. I figured maybe one thing was fine until I realized that Widevine actually did some bad stuff to your OS… (read more)

A while back, I discovered a Google plugin hidden within Firefox. I figured maybe one thing was fine until I realized that Widevine actually did some bad stuff to your OS, since it needs to access the internal OS to block screenshots and screen recordings. Today, I discovered that geolocation also uses Google servers, and in the process of turning it off I also discovered that there is this "Safe Browsing" that also uses Google. Looking even further, even some of the privacy things redirect to Google. I haven't even mentioned that the default search engine is Google. Even if Google paid you to make them the default, you could create a prompt on the first launch asking for search engine, with Google selected by default but another search engine (like DDG) recommended. All of this Google software is likely sucking on our data.

Now while writing this post, I noticed something even worse. Why are Google servers on the filter whitelists? This is uncool. I understand, maybe your website needs to detect Firefox to function correctly, and antifingerprint would break it. But WHY GOOGLE? All of this seems to be going against the goal of privacy. How are you supposed to expect a random person to go directly to about:add-ons, disable Google Widevine, go to about:preferences, disable safe browsing, go to about:config, enter the "danger" zone confidently, and delete Google from the 10,000 times it appears in the config?

Asked by matthew34 3 weeks ago

Last reply by philipp 19 hours ago

So yahoo is popping up as the browser as soon as I search for something....

Check defaults and it says firefox on all defaults. I dont even have yahoo browser installed so is firefox now partners with yahoo. figured I wouldnt get adds using this … (read more)

Check defaults and it says firefox on all defaults. I dont even have yahoo browser installed so is firefox now partners with yahoo. figured I wouldnt get adds using this browser. is this some form of add? very concerned as I havn't opted to use yahoo browser nor would I use it.

Asked by SSDx 23 hours ago

Last reply by James 22 hours ago

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Facebook page widget for wordpress

I have 15 wordpress.com blogs. My facebook page widget works on the other blogs but not on one. I use Duck Duck Go for all my sites. My privacy level for all is standard.… (read more)

I have 15 wordpress.com blogs. My facebook page widget works on the other blogs but not on one. I use Duck Duck Go for all my sites. My privacy level for all is standard. Cleared the cache. How can i set this blog to allow the page? I have the url listed as an exception.

Asked by kberman1976 1 day ago

Answered by cor-el 1 day ago

BT Log in

When I try to log in to My BT, with correct details, I get a page come up with 'arcot authentication adapter controller'. It stays on this blank page and will not log me … (read more)

When I try to log in to My BT, with correct details, I get a page come up with 'arcot authentication adapter controller'. It stays on this blank page and will not log me in. I am using W10 and FF 79.0.

If I enter the same details on my other PC, which uses Waterfox, it goes straight in.

Any help would be appreciated.

Asked by asammodels 1 day ago

How or where I can see if I already have Enhanced Tracking Protection 2.0?

Dear all, how can I tell whether my version of Firefox already has received the shipment of Enhanced Tracking Protection 2.0? Is there any notation somewhere? (I searched… (read more)

Dear all,

how can I tell whether my version of Firefox already has received the shipment of Enhanced Tracking Protection 2.0? Is there any notation somewhere? (I searched for it, but did not find anything, neither in the ETP settings or in the Protections Dashboard, nor in about:config.)

Please advice how to find out. Thank you!

Asked by Patrick Weiden 1 day ago

Last reply by Enigma 1 day ago

Site claims third-party cookies blocked but Enhanced Protection is disabled - how to fix?

I have problems with multiple sites that claim that third-party cookies are blocked and do not work even though though the Enhanced Tracking Protection is disabled for t… (read more)

I have problems with multiple sites that claim that third-party cookies are blocked and do not work even though though the Enhanced Tracking Protection is disabled for the site (the shield icon is grey and striked-through). In particular it is teams.microsoft.com and Instapaper (their saving bookmarklet sends me always to a site reading "enable unrestricted third-party cookie access for www.instapaper.com" - though this might be a different issue than Teams).

I have read https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enhanced-tracking-protection-firefox-desktop?redirectslug=enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences&redirectlocale=en-US#w_how-to-tell-when-firefox-is-protecting-you and https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/websites-say-cookies-are-blocked-unblock-them (trying even to "forget" the teams website; not doing the full wipe out of everything).

How to troubleshoot / fix this? I am a technical person so I can dig into it if just somebody points me in the right direction...

Thank you!

Asked by jakubholy.net 1 day ago

Last reply by jakubholy.net 1 day ago

Cannot whitelist http version of site from tracking protection

Hello. I am a developer and I'm trying to whitelist a website I'm currently working on from tracking protection in order to prevent blocking of xhr requests. The problem … (read more)

Hello. I am a developer and I'm trying to whitelist a website I'm currently working on from tracking protection in order to prevent blocking of xhr requests. The problem is that, although I have specifically disabled tracking protection for the domain, the resources are still blocked after refreshing tabs. Looking at the exceptions list I can see that it features https://client.enterprise but the intended domain is http, without any encryption. Could that cause the issue?

Asked by Liviu Gelea 2 days ago

Password Update Popup

I have this continuing request to update passwords and have seen a thread on this but have no duplicate passwords for any account. The problem has another twist to it. Th… (read more)

I have this continuing request to update passwords and have seen a thread on this but have no duplicate passwords for any account.

The problem has another twist to it. There is a password set in the option that is not the one I have just used to sign in.The password is very long and repeatedly uses the text "padding ****"

Just wonder if anyone else has seen this?

Asked by forums7374 1 day ago

More on data collection

A while ago I asked a question about data collection (telemetry). It was referenced to what chrome was doing, but what I found disturbed me. When you turn off telemetry, … (read more)

A while ago I asked a question about data collection (telemetry). It was referenced to what chrome was doing, but what I found disturbed me. When you turn off telemetry, Firefox still collects this data and archives it. The answer was to alter a preference to fix it.

Well now I have done that thanks to contributors cor-el & RobertJ.

So now my expectation is that Firefox does not collect Telemetry data at all. It does not send it to Firefox. It does not store or archive it locally.

Good.

I got a popup with recommendations for extensions features. There is an option to turn both off.

But how does it know what recommendations to make and how often? Well you see Firefox collects data about this. Where I have been and the sorts of data my browser has encountered.

I have specifically told Firefox not to collect Telemetry data. I had to tell Firefox not to archive it.

I have now told Firefox not to make recommendations.

SO.....

HOW DO I STOP FIREFOX COLLECTING THIS DATA IN THE FIRST PLACE?

I shouldn't have to. Shouldn't Firefox stop collecting data either remotely or locally if I turned off these recommendations?

I love Firefox but this sort of back door, sneaking is starting to turn me off.

I expect it from Google or Microsoft, given their absolute lack of integrity, not from Firefox.

Asked by bernie4 2 days ago

Last reply by Wesley Branton 2 days ago