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Turn off prompt Saved password "View Saved Login" & Yellow background !!!

Did Firefox 67 create this issue. When Asked to login to a website with SAVED PASSWORD......... Now appears an item to view Saved Login.......... Which list all sites an… (read more)

Did Firefox 67 create this issue. When Asked to login to a website with SAVED PASSWORD......... Now appears an item to view Saved Login.......... Which list all sites and Usernames & Passwords............That firefox ever collected.

Also when dis the yellow background for the Login Field get initiated............

HOW TO REMOVE THIS SO CALLED FEATURE .............. NOT REALLY WANTED ............ The FIREFOX OPTION in see SAVED Passord information was good enough!!!

Asked by VICLOEWEN 1 year ago

Answered by philipp 1 year ago

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Why have some trusted sites stopped loading with Firefox 63?

Ever since I upgraded to Firefox 63, several trusted websites have stopped loading; instead I get sent to an error page with: Your connection is not secure The website tr… (read more)

Ever since I upgraded to Firefox 63, several trusted websites have stopped loading; instead I get sent to an error page with:

Your connection is not secure

The website tried to negotiate an inadequate level of security.

<www.thestar.com> uses security technology that is outdated and vulnerable to attack. An attacker could easily reveal information which you thought to be safe. The website administrator will need to fix the server first before you can visit the site.

Error code: NS_ERROR_NET_INADEQUATE_SECURITY


This also occurs with https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/63.0.1/win32/en-US/Firefox%20Installer.exe

Is the problem at my end or theirs? If the former, what do I need to do to return to the behaviour for FF 62?

Asked by asraskin 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Can you tell me why Malwarebytes has identified 2 Firefox files during a scan?

I am running Firefox Quantum 57.0.3 under Windows 10 64 bit. I have Malwarebytes Premium 3.3.1.2183 installed. During my last scheduled scan it identified 2 Firefox files… (read more)

I am running Firefox Quantum 57.0.3 under Windows 10 64 bit. I have Malwarebytes Premium 3.3.1.2183 installed. During my last scheduled scan it identified 2 Firefox files as Potentially Unwanted Programs. These were: PUP.Optional.WinBing - DSENGINE.JS PUP.Optional.WinBing - DSENGINE.CFG Please identify what these files do, if they are necessary, and therefore what action I should take.

Asked by BSM1 2 years ago

Answered by James 2 years ago

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"Please enter the master password for the Software Security Device" put the application name in instead of "Software Security Device"

Using the Mozilla products irretates when it just asks: "Please enter the master password for the Software Security Device". Please change this generic and put the appli… (read more)

Using the Mozilla products irretates when it just asks: "Please enter the master password for the Software Security Device".

Please change this generic and put the application name in instead of "Software Security Device" in the pop-up.

Asked by lactive 6 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 6 years ago

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How do I get rid of the two A A on my screen/printed documents?

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Antilog Calculator commonly called as Anti Log or Inverse Log calculator, is an online tool used to calculate Inverse Log values with respect to the base values AntiLog or Inverse Logarithm

The anti-log is simply the inverse log calculation. Namely, if you know the logarithm of a number, you can compute the value of the number itself by taking the antilog. The anti logarithm is defined as

y = antilog x = 10x

For example, if you want to compute the antilogarithm of 3.5. Clearly, since 3.5 is a number between 3 and 4, the antilogarithm will result in some number between 1000 and 10,000. If more accuracy is required, this online anti-log calculator can help you out find out the exact value of the given input. Since Log and antilog are inverse functions, then this means that 10Log x = x, and Log 10x = x

You can use this information to modify a formula to solve for different desired quantities. As a general rule, logarithm or anti log functions operate on numbers that are unit less


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Asked by wssrmn 6 years ago

Answered by wssrmn 6 years ago

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I want to donate but not give out my named and address

I want to make a donation, but you are askoing for my name, address etc. I do not hand these out unless there is a direct need (deliveries etc). Can't I just donate? I ha… (read more)

I want to make a donation, but you are askoing for my name, address etc. I do not hand these out unless there is a direct need (deliveries etc). Can't I just donate? I have a Firefox account and I am signed in.

Thanks

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Asked by REALOldNIck 6 years ago

Answered by John99 6 years ago

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reported web forgery. Has info gone anywhere prior to this screen popping up?

I received an email from AppleID@customers.appstore.36.ca asking me to update my account info. As my cc expiry date had just changed so I thought oh damn I forgot. I pu… (read more)

I received an email from AppleID@customers.appstore.36.ca asking me to update my account info. As my cc expiry date had just changed so I thought oh damn I forgot. I put in my updated info, then when I hit submit, at least I think that was what was on the bottom, don't honestly remember, any way a screen for "Reported Web Forgery" popped up. I got out of there I did not go any farther but did my information go anywhere? Looking closer at the email, there it DHgate.com web address at the bottom. Please put my mind at ease! Thank you. I just need to know if my info went any where.

Asked by SMB13 6 years ago

Answered by guigs 6 years ago

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Secure Connection Failed

I'm still getting the "Secure Connection Failed" error on various sites. Only in Firefox. Internet Explorer and Chrome both load the sites correctly. Tried to connect to… (read more)

I'm still getting the "Secure Connection Failed" error on various sites.

Only in Firefox. Internet Explorer and Chrome both load the sites correctly.

Tried to connect to https://www.ghacks.net/2016/12/19/remove-g-button-android-keyboard/

  An error occurred during a connection to www.pcmag.com. Peer received a valid certificate, but access was denied. Error code: SSL_ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED_ALERT
  The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
  Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem.

Restarting in safe mode does not fix the problem.

Changing security.tls.version.max and security.tls.version.min to 0 and restarting does not solve the problem.

Trying with a new profile with no extensions or other changes from the default had no effect.

Firefox 56.0b7 (64-bit) for Windows.

Asked by PeterSteinberg 2 years ago

Last reply by RedSilverfish 2 years ago

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Do Firefox add-ons have full access to passwords etc?

I use a master password in Firefox password manager to protect log-in details. Yet I have heard that add-ons have full access to passwords and other data. Is that true? I… (read more)

I use a master password in Firefox password manager to protect log-in details. Yet I have heard that add-ons have full access to passwords and other data. Is that true?

I use Linux Lite, Ubuntu-based (a very nice OS, by the way).

Asked by linuxuser23 2 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 2 years ago

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Only My Default Profile user Cannot Add a Permanent Exception

Hello All, Running Firefox 31.8.0 for OpenSUSE 11.4 (*which is the highest version available for my OS) A few months back I had updated Firefox (*I installed a patch that… (read more)

Hello All,

Running Firefox 31.8.0 for OpenSUSE 11.4 (*which is the highest version available for my OS)

A few months back I had updated Firefox (*I installed a patch that was available this morning to go to version 31.8), but I can't remember from what version to what version, or if that was even the root cause of the issue when I updated it sometime in 2015. But, ever since that I have been having issues adding a "Permanent" Exception for any of our Internal https sites/servers that have an expired certificate.

So for example, I go to this one server https://55.55.55.55/ and when I do, I get a warning that: "This Connection is Untrusted You have asked Firefox to connect securely to 55.55.55.55:8443, but we can't confirm that your connection is secure...."

So I click "Add Exception" and then in the Pop-up I leave "Permanently store this exception" checkbox checked, and I click "Confirm Security Exception" and when I do nothing happens at all... If I were to then uncheck the "Permanently store this exception" checkbox and click on "Confirm Security Exception" again, this time it works. But, it's only storing a temporary exception, the permanent checkbox used to work at some point a while back but now its not...

However, if I re-open Firefox and choose my secondary profile called "temp" and load that instead of my regular profile "default", and I naviagte to the same page and Confirm Security Exception with the Permanent checkbox checked, it works perfectly.

Is there something wrong with my Profile? I have some much under this Profile I really don't want to loose it.

If anyone has any thoughts or suggestions, please feel free to respond. It would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in Advance, Matt

Asked by mmartin0926 4 years ago

Answered by cor-el 4 years ago

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Error code: MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_OCSP_RESPONSE_FOR_CERT_MISSING

Hello, I see that mistake via https://lenuar.com.ua/ but here are my SSL certificate details: https://decoder.link/sslchecker/lenuar.com.ua/443 As you see, OCSP Responder… (read more)

Hello,

I see that mistake via https://lenuar.com.ua/ but here are my SSL certificate details: https://decoder.link/sslchecker/lenuar.com.ua/443 As you see, OCSP Responder returned "good" status for the end-entity certificate. So I have no idea what is the issue with this certificate and how to resolve it.

Asked by igor.g 1 year ago

Answered by igor.g 1 year ago

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Deceptive site keeps opening a tab on my browser telling me my computer has a virus. How can I block the site?

There's this deceptive site that suddenly opens a tab on my browser... a pop up message appears telling me that my computer is infected by a virus and that I have to cont… (read more)

There's this deceptive site that suddenly opens a tab on my browser... a pop up message appears telling me that my computer is infected by a virus and that I have to contact a certain number and it won't allow me to close the tab or the browser . I have to shutdown the computer each time. I then restart and open a private browsing window and delete the history. It works temporarily. But every few weeks or days, it comes up again and has become so annoying. Is there a way to block it from Firefox?

Asked by rad 2 years ago

Answered by FredMcD 2 years ago

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The FVD add-on in Firefox allows Vimeo users to illegally download my Vimeo video files

I just noticed that the FVD add-on in Firefox 56.0 illegally allows Vimeo users to access and download my Vimeo video files from their Firefox browser, even though they a… (read more)

I just noticed that the FVD add-on in Firefox 56.0 illegally allows Vimeo users to access and download my Vimeo video files from their Firefox browser, even though they are not set to download in Vimeo. Vimeo says they have no control over 3rd-party theft of their content, which is outrageous.

By sanctioning this Firefox FVD add-on, Mozilla is just as responsible for allowing this to happen.

Please tell me there is a fix.

Asked by msfe 2 years ago

Answered by msfe 2 years ago

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Can't access Google.com

Hello, friends, I hope you all doing great. My english is really bad, so I'll go straight to the problem: I can't access Google.com or any Google site on Firefox. The mes… (read more)

Hello, friends, I hope you all doing great. My english is really bad, so I'll go straight to the problem: I can't access Google.com or any Google site on Firefox.

The message:

Your connection is not secure

The owner of www.google.com has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website.

This site uses HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) to specify that Firefox may only connect to it securely. As a result, it is not possible to add an exception for this certificate.

https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl

Peer’s Certificate issuer is not recognized.

HTTP Strict Transport Security: false HTTP Public Key Pinning: true

Certificate chain:


BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----

MIICzjCCAbagAwIBAgIJAMK3V/uRbaM+MA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBCwUAMCgxCzAJBgNV BAYTAkJSMRkwFwYDVQQDDBBLdXJ1cGlyYSAoMzk5NjEpMB4XDTE4MTEwNzA4NTkw MFoXDTE5MDEzMDA4NTkwMFowaDELMAkGA1UEBhMCVVMxEzARBgNVBAgTCkNhbGlm b3JuaWExFjAUBgNVBAcTDU1vdW50YWluIFZpZXcxEzARBgNVBAoTCkdvb2dsZSBM TEMxFzAVBgNVBAMTDnd3dy5nb29nbGUuY29tMIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GN ADCBiQKBgQDtE9s8joMGr1mnF7COkHfAemZd4L5cA+Ekd+z8EJ0oY67a+91JjZyu YyppEVxLCwX/82PajRCU7iF8E5WY5GSLudDJ22Ln4AsnTs8UdATnv3QP6r2Fx/Q0 OsTMKJWJ19puwktM45P8l2NNjWhWkwhCRkreIyW9SkDkO2DTBksHBwIDAQABoz8w PTAZBgNVHREEEjAQgg53d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbTALBgNVHQ8EBAMCB4AwEwYDVR0l BAwwCgYIKwYBBQUHAwEwDQYJKoZIhvcNAQELBQADggEBAL1K+7evk/e2nJFgqJFu +wZuCt1j+pcwajRk9sGGY4co8/NvyQ+lKorf8NgNRpXS8mYan/5T4osXnSEuA2WW zvMHxFaOxrJFkYkT7uUhLY0lXRVz3NP4JjyHoxcVSYBO+XolGxlruMZGn23KpNcz 5hEB3YCDfeWDGZXYT5djppYdx07xBvslIrCr4F0+Ss/0IUdx+IoIA1WSSFzzGpQ3 0ubnENOXhJjvTshQrhkCR35o3pyjd3FHcs12Lr7ur0yu8OZBfhuLPI1Xa3/JhZ4S msoopgrymDDLiX31ncITLb//aLcd0U4j20CXvWMnsE//RZjpXGnL5+a9BAxBwK3s 2Ho=


END CERTIFICATE-----



What I've tried:
1- Add an exception to *google.com/*;
2 - Deactivate Kaspersky;
3 - Use a portable version of Firefox;
4 - Deactivate Windows Firewall;
5 - Deactivate plug-ins;
6 - Checked my date and time;
7 - Reinstalled Firefox.
Details:
Firefox Version = 63.0.3 (64-bit)
O.S = Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

Asked by JonasEstevam 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 year ago

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How to trust a website only when there is manually imported certificate?

Hello, how to trust a website only when there is manually imported certificate? I disabled all CAs and want to set FF to: 1) trust (and connect) only to sites for which I… (read more)

Hello,

how to trust a website only when there is manually imported certificate?

I disabled all CAs and want to set FF to: 1) trust (and connect) only to sites for which I have imported certificate 2) do NOT trust to any other certificate (even issued by CA with imported cert).

Even if I have the certificate in the "Servers" list, FF still complains :( Tried in FF 39, 41 and 42 (linux 64bit).

Many thanks

Asked by publicusername 4 years ago

Answered by publicusername 4 years ago

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pop up blocker information bar

Why does the pop blocker information bar disappear immediately and a box pops us saying that you have pop ups blocked and you need to disable this or some 800 number for … (read more)

Why does the pop blocker information bar disappear immediately and a box pops us saying that you have pop ups blocked and you need to disable this or some 800 number for assistance? Why would would describe in your help section to allow exceptions from the information bar, when the information bar doesn't work or isn't allowed to be used? Seems really dumb to tell people your product works in a way it doesn't. Is it really too difficult to add a function to automatically load web pages into the exceptions group when a pop up is blocked?

Asked by wjohnson.co 2 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 2 years ago

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https pages often are blocked

Since the latest version 66.0.3 (64-bit) I get messages similar to the following. Often there is no specific error code. Secure Connection Failed An error occurred dur… (read more)

Since the latest version 66.0.3 (64-bit) I get messages similar to the following. Often there is no specific error code.


Secure Connection Failed

An error occurred during a connection to secure.tesco.com. SSL peer reports incorrect Message Authentication Code. Error code: SSL_ERROR_BAD_MAC_ALERT

The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.

Ironically the html source shows the page is there and complete. Under 'Preferences->Privacy & Security I have unchecked 'Block dangerous and deceptive content" to no effect.

All is fine under Safari. This is a critical issue as I am having to abandon my much preferred Firefox for Safari, which does not have issues.

MacOS 0.14.4 (18E226)

Asked by tonyfirshman 1 year ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 year ago