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Firefox Addon : Java Script for Hardware Token based authentication

Hi, I am trying to configure PKI based authentication and encryption system in my organization using Hardware token. I was able to install my hardware token feitan ePass2… (read more)

Hi,

I am trying to configure PKI based authentication and encryption system in my organization using Hardware token. I was able to install my hardware token feitan ePass2003 Auto in privacy->security device. I am able to see my certificates under view certificate after entering my password for private key. After research on internet, came to know that Applet based client authentication is obsolete and hence i have configure my token in Firefox. The next step i.e Authentication page is where i have got stuck up. Can any one please give details guide on how to use cryptoken operation(challenge & signing) and access to token in JavaScript at client side login page. I could not get hold of any library of java script for access to token through Firefox. Any guidance is highly appreciated.

Thanks

Mitz

Asked by mitesh.h.vyas 6 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 6 months ago

Login

My login request shows up any time, rarely at the start of the browsing session and does not seem to have any relevance in regards to the access of my tabbed websites. Co… (read more)

My login request shows up any time, rarely at the start of the browsing session and does not seem to have any relevance in regards to the access of my tabbed websites. Completely useless, as far as I am concerned. Can anyone help?

Asked by francebrasil3 1 week ago

Last reply by cor-el 6 days ago

Securtiy certificate issues

Hello, I would like to know why all of a sudden video clips, some web sites and my online banking I get "did not connect" Security Issues, or expired certificates. I don'… (read more)

Hello,

I would like to know why all of a sudden video clips, some web sites and my online banking I get "did not connect" Security Issues, or expired certificates. I don't have these issues on any of my other browsers. I am inclined to believe they don't exist. I can log into my online banking but the page with my account data is blank.

Asked by heympark 6 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 days ago

Google is keeping like 50 pipes running AFTER i close chrome and use firefox ... help!

after discovering the windows sysinternalssuite,.. i've noticed google is keeping like 50 or so pipes running in the background, AFTER i've closed chrome,.. but interesti… (read more)

after discovering the windows sysinternalssuite,.. i've noticed google is keeping like 50 or so pipes running in the background, AFTER i've closed chrome,.. but interestingly, WHILE having firefox open - is there any kind of software i can install in firefox to prevent google from doing whatever it is they're doing,.. presumably sending to themselves illegally, what i'm searching for when using firefox!!

this is a quick cut&paste of the pipes active well after chrome's closure,.. i checked in task manager,..

as a result of the pipelist64.exe command's result (the 1st number is the number of instances, the 2nd max-instances)

chrome.9536.0.76017667 1 1 chrome.9536.1.52737017 1 1 chrome.9536.2.74250293 1 1 chrome.9536.3.104932645 1 1 chrome.9536.4.42437887 1 1 chrome.9536.5.179824927 1 1 chrome.6948.0.13462700 1 1 chrome.9536.13.72578571 1 1 chrome.9536.14.158616180 1 1 chrome.9536.15.3648734 1 1 chrome.9536.16.193260802 1 1 chrome.9536.17.41796492 1 1 chrome.9536.18.183690293 1 1 chrome.9536.19.67807503 1 1 chrome.5036.0.66560417 1 1 chrome.5036.1.151099108 1 1 cubeb-pipe-9536-1 1 -1 chrome.5036.2.141789119 1 1 chrome.5036.3.30495044 1 1 chrome.9536.27.27973320 1 1 chrome.9536.28.189910666 1 1 chrome.9536.29.95719483 1 1 chrome.9536.30.60878110 1 1 chrome.9536.31.23321096 1 1 chrome.9536.32.48702152 1 1 chrome.9536.33.157655825 1 1 cubeb-pipe-9536-3 1 -1 chrome.7748.0.67528012 1 1 chrome.7748.1.178893973 1 1 chrome.7748.2.39568323 1 1 chrome.9536.34.196722854 1 1 chrome.9536.35.65406176 1 1 chrome.9536.36.178494014 1 1 chrome.9536.37.204416488 1 1 chrome.9536.38.112015926 1 1 chrome.9536.39.30266742 1 1 chrome.9536.40.113843634 1 1 cubeb-pipe-9536-4 1 -1 chrome.12104.0.180037403 1 1 chrome.12104.1.177731466 1 1 chrome.7748.3.56919242 1 1 chrome.7748.4.40030054 1 1 chrome.12104.2.32503085 1 1 chrome.9536.41.212035702 1 1 chrome.9536.42.112610998 1 1 chrome.9536.43.115959351 1 1 chrome.9536.44.126149148 1 1 chrome.9536.45.94524800 1 1 chrome.9536.46.58266636 1 1 chrome.9536.47.34135574 1 1 cubeb-pipe-9536-5 1 -1 chrome.11424.0.137591113 1 1 chrome.11424.1.24445521 1 1 chrome.12104.3.130015078 1 1 chrome.11424.2.111820846 1 1 chrome.12104.4.174371004 1 1 chrome.9536.48.129047798 1 1 chrome.9536.49.120716558 1 1 chrome.9536.50.144208434 1 1 chrome.9536.51.69456958 1 1 chrome.9536.52.63736226 1 1 chrome.9536.53.9658164 1 1 chrome.9536.54.8062043 1 1 cubeb-pipe-9536-6 1 -1 chrome.13116.0.180777389 1 1 chrome.13116.1.39385988 1 1 chrome.13116.2.35581837 1 1 chrome.13116.3.134583930 1 1 chrome.13116.4.40772697 1 1 chrome.9536.90.57369259 1 1 chrome.9536.91.44504338 1 1 chrome.9536.92.138519166 1 1 chrome.9536.93.166414574 1 1 chrome.9536.94.159629692 1 1 chrome.9536.95.76756776 1 1 chrome.9536.96.46689257 1 1 cubeb-pipe-9536-12 1 -1 chrome.14448.0.99247313 1 1 chrome.14448.1.196785158 1 1

Asked by Vurrath 5 days ago

Last reply by jscher2000 2 days ago

BLOCKING FILE SYSTEM ACCESS -- DANGEROUS ALLOWANCE -- IDEAS & SUGGESTIONS

Hello to all, I was searching on Google how to block file:///C:/ or file:///D:/ because this is dangerous to allow!!! Shocking! And this is still not fixed after years… (read more)

Hello to all,

I was searching on Google how to block file:///C:/ or file:///D:/ because this is dangerous to allow!!! Shocking! And this is still not fixed after years of developments... Why? To keep this allowed makes it too easy for hackers, especially with multiple screens and a shadow/background screens available which can be running in the background, not seen, when hackers do that.. Kind of the way TeamViewer allows help to be provided remotely. Kind of screen sharing. Oh well...

Maybe need lots of complaints from you all to get this changed?..


Try yourselves to use file://C:/ with 2 // and file:///C:/ with 3 // and both are allowing access to the whole file system and any data file. BONKERS??? But why to use 3 /// if 2 // still works? Insider's job or programming conflict? Why would Firefox programmers allow that? I do not understand...

I tried to use selective website blocker, but for file:/// that addon says that the page is not supported... Maybe another type of addon could be developed for this to be blocked and secured once and for all, but not sure if Firefox would allow such an access or such a blocking. May cause issues with Downloads and accessing download folder from within Firefox. HOWEVER, they could block any system or file access from the ADDRESS BAR and SEARCH BAR and then do a work-around solution by developing a special warning 'dialog message' each time when any user (owner or remote user) tries to access forlder to see or use any file. That would be a lot like a guest account requiring password to access special folder or file, or wants to perform an action usually not allowed for a guest user. Password is required for that each time, or at leats a visual confirmation. That would help, I hope...

Would need to re-educate users after this! TOO DANGEROUS TO KEEP THIS IN SUCH A WAY AS IT IS NOW!!!!

DOES FIREFOX TEAM UNDERSTAND THIS? Maybe they forgot about this, maybe they did not figure out how to solve this, or maybe someone from an inside is helping hackers to have a very easy access? Not sure, but this "open doors to all system and data files for anyone" is shocking!


What about business or government people? What about online bullying and harrassment? What about privacy about which Firefox writes so much? Need more complaints to make this a serious issue. So, everyone, please write your own comments or complaints to Firefox and Chrome directly and maybe they will listen. This may take more work than we think, but my ideas may help. What about your ideas? Express them below and maybe they will help as well.


You all can ask them for this to be blocked or solved, so ask. Maybe my ideas will help to get this moving. Write your own to them as well. And Microsoft may need to get involved as well because Firefox, and from what I read, Chrome allows this too... Other browsers may be doing that as well...!!!!!! There are loads of various browsers available!!!! I read something about Windows Policies, but I do not understand what that is...


(( !!! )) If any of you will try any system changes in an attempt to try solving this issue, make sure you are okay to risk with crashed system requiring reinstall or recovery to be used, and then, write down all the changes you do in detail before carrying any further and applying them because that may ruin the system without a way to recover it.

Thank you in advance.

Asked by XERRAX 3 days ago

Last reply by jscher2000 3 days ago

some random site keep asking for sign in to continue to allizom.org

Whenever I open firefox, some random Gmail logging keeps popping up that says sign in to continue to allizom.org Not able to get rid of this. I don't let me do anything o… (read more)

Whenever I open firefox, some random Gmail logging keeps popping up that says sign in to continue to allizom.org

Not able to get rid of this. I don't let me do anything on firefox.

What should I do?

Asked by soniasinghal961 3 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 3 days ago

Firefox placing ads on my browser

This is BEYOND excusable. I opened up FF today, from a nice new update, to see that there are now paid ads that will force their way onto my browser's favorites. Is... is… (read more)

This is BEYOND excusable.

I opened up FF today, from a nice new update, to see that there are now paid ads that will force their way onto my browser's favorites. Is... is there a reason for this? I know it wasn't an add-on that did this, since I only have 1 installed for the past couple of years without issues.

Is there a setting for this? Or is it just time to move on to a new browser? I'd rather use Edge than deal with a browser that adds sponsored crap without my permission.

Asked by flafe5 3 days ago

Last reply by jscher2000 3 days ago

does mozilla provide an ip address protection?

spammers and hackers are using my ip address to destroy my life and self owned business, 56 years, i'm on my 6th bank in 2 years, 3 mac computers hacked, i need ip protec… (read more)

spammers and hackers are using my ip address to destroy my life and self owned business, 56 years, i'm on my 6th bank in 2 years, 3 mac computers hacked, i need ip protection

Asked by midland.auto.llc1 2 days ago

Last reply by jscher2000 2 days ago

delete multiple saved passwords

Is it possible to easily delete multiple saved password credentials or do i have to delete (and confirm) each one? I could reset the primary password (https://support.moz… (read more)

Is it possible to easily delete multiple saved password credentials or do i have to delete (and confirm) each one? I could reset the primary password (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/reset-your-primary-password-if-youve-forgotten-it) but that appears to reset _everything_

Asked by t.e.webber 2 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 day ago

Can I suspend Firefox asking for Primary Password?

I'd like to easily be able to suspend Firefox from constantly asking for my Primary Password. There are often times when I don't need to enable Firefox Password from fil… (read more)

I'd like to easily be able to suspend Firefox from constantly asking for my Primary Password. There are often times when I don't need to enable Firefox Password from filling in passwords and don't need to login to my account at any particular website, but want to lookup information. For example, I may want to see if an item is available on Amazon and what the options are without having to login to my account. But as soon as I go to Amazon -- and for every, single page I access while there -- the "Enter Primary Password" box pops up and I can't continue without clicking "cancel". If I enter my Primary Password just once it stops asking. But I'd prefer to be able to easily tell Firefox to not enable Firefox Password and ask for my Primary Password until I want it enabled; perhaps by having a toggle button in the menu bar? I see there's what sort of looks like a method for this if you search for "Firefox keeps asking for Primary Password", but it state that it applies when using AVG and another security software, but I'm not using either of those. Maybe it continues to ask after entering it when using one of these software? I tried it anyway and it didn't make any difference. Is there a way to do this? Thanks.

Asked by blumarble 19 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 17 hours ago

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browser.pagethumbnails.capturing_disabled - should be set to false. Check https://developer.mozilla.org

Most sites make a lot of noise about browser.pagethumbnails.capturing_disabled - and they repeat just one after another that this should be set to "true" to prevent thumb… (read more)

Most sites make a lot of noise about browser.pagethumbnails.capturing_disabled - and they repeat just one after another that this should be set to "true" to prevent thumbnail storage. But when you look at the right source, like: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Preferences/Preference_reference/browser.pagethumbnails.capturing_disabled

true (default)

   The application creates screenshots of visited web pages.

false

   The application doesn't create screenshots of visited web pages. 

The name of the parameter is confusing. But it seems that it should be set to "false" to prevent thumbnail storage. And the right question should be about reading abilities ;) But I will ask another one - does Mozilla will try to conntact with those sites and say them that they are wrong? Have a nice day folks! :)

Asked by BluesowyKocur 8 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 7 years ago

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When i drag and drop an image on my site. it gives the following error. "Unable to access local files due to browser security settings. To overcome this, follo"

I am using the firefox version 17 and when i drag and drop an image on my website. It gives me the following error. Unable to access local files due to browser security s… (read more)

I am using the firefox version 17 and when i drag and drop an image on my website. It gives me the following error.

Unable to access local files due to browser security settings. To overcome this, follow these steps: (1) Enter "about:config" in the URL field; (2) Right click and select New->Boolean; (3) Enter "signed.applets.codebase_principal_support" (without the quotes) as a new preference name; (4) Click OK and try loading the file again. Or go to the homepage for a link to the tutorial on how to do it.

I have completed the above steps and it is still showing the same error message. Any help would be highly appreciated.

Thanks.

Asked by rajawaseemhussain 8 years ago

Last reply by iamjayakumars 8 years ago

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reinstalled moz.to get rid of "search here" now moz.blocks he proxify.com w/o being asked

Mozilla or someone placed the "search here" search engine. I tried various suggestions and got rid of it on all my computer sites EXCEPT Mozilla. So I uninstalled Mozill… (read more)

Mozilla or someone placed the "search here" search engine. I tried various suggestions and got rid of it on all my computer sites EXCEPT Mozilla. So I uninstalled Mozilla and reinstalled. Now it has blocked access to proxify.com the only reason I use Mozilla. So whats up? how do unblock it?

Asked by allmits 8 years ago

Last reply by dumdidadida 8 years ago

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Three years on: When will we see TLS1.1 and TLS1.2 in Firefox?

So three years on we still appear to be waiting for an answer! My FF17 still only has options for SSL3.0 and TLS1.0 so presumably the 'Bug' 565047 and 480514 are still in… (read more)

So three years on we still appear to be waiting for an answer!

My FF17 still only has options for SSL3.0 and TLS1.0 so presumably the 'Bug' 565047 and 480514 are still in the process of being resolved?

The problem is in the meantime, is that the recently the PCI people started flagging up BEAST as a FAIL. Other assessors may have already been doing this since June 2012 or earlier, but ours has just started it since their last report. Organisations wishing to be compliant must remove or disable certain ciphers from the server, forcing the connecting browser to use RC4. (Some assessors will permit prioritising but ours will fail us and force us to appeal after every assessment). We know FF supports RC4 so that's no problem, but pressure is also mounting to ensure that only SSL3.0, and TLS1.1/.12 are enabled at the server to ensure the best security posture and full compliance. For example in Windows 2008RC2 this is neccessary in order to mitigate against BEAST and our understanding is that this is what the MS12-006 patch does.

This means that browser support for TLS1.1 and TLS1.2 is now essential rather than optional. In the current climate we are forced to seriously consider banning and removing browsers that do not support the latest TLS versions from our workstations as these are now being regarded as non-compliant with the latest security standards.

So will someone at Mozilla therefore please answer the question : WHEN will support for TLS1.1 and TLS1.2 be available please?

If it is already available (and we missed it) then how do we ensure it is enable please?

Thanks.

Asked by forumposter 8 years ago

Last reply by Hiawatha 7 years ago