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I got a "Secure connection failed during a connection to duckduckgo.com. I am using WIN xp and Mypal browser. What do I do now? If I click on Firefox, I get the same message

I got a "Secure connection failed during a connection to duckduckgo.com. I am using WIN xp and Mypal browser. I get the same message if I try Firefox. What do I do now? … (read more)

I got a "Secure connection failed during a connection to duckduckgo.com. I am using WIN xp and Mypal browser. I get the same message if I try Firefox. What do I do now?

Asked by neuend1 11 months ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 11 months ago

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firefox content security policy

I have many computers, all with the same operating system, all with the DEFAULT Firefox install. Only on one computer do I get the "firefox content security policy" erro… (read more)

I have many computers, all with the same operating system, all with the DEFAULT Firefox install. Only on one computer do I get the "firefox content security policy" error and only when trying to log in via the "sync" tab in Firefox Options to synchronize that computer with the others.

I am a retired computer technical consultant. I'm no pedestrian user. I've been researching this problem for about a year. I've gotten nowhere. My research has come up with no answer for this problem, though there are answers for firefox content security policy that address other problems.

I am a hardware and applications software guru. I have no experience with javascript, and I suspect this IS a jafascript issue.

Can you help me?

Thank you, Graham Fisher

Asked by byteguru 1 year ago

Last reply by Paul 1 year ago

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Security

I am using Firefox version 112.02 with Windows 10 and am being told by some websites that my browser is out-of-date and that I cannot continue. Then today I was purchasi… (read more)

I am using Firefox version 112.02 with Windows 10 and am being told by some websites that my browser is out-of-date and that I cannot continue. Then today I was purchasing tickets for a show and the checkout was blocked by another message which said "Firefox Can’t Open This Page. To protect your security, **********.co.uk will not allow Firefox to display the page if another site has embedded it. To see this page, you need to open it in a new window."

Please advise how these measures can be removed or disabled as they are a perfect nuisance.

Simon Bucknall

Asked by SiriusB 10 months ago

Last reply by Dropa 10 months ago

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Duo crashes with FF 106.0.5 on Windows 10

I am configuring a new desktop. My university uses Duo for 2-step security. When I use Firefox 106.0.5, Duo returns "500: Internal Server Error". Edge works. I'm assu… (read more)

I am configuring a new desktop. My university uses Duo for 2-step security. When I use Firefox 106.0.5, Duo returns "500: Internal Server Error". Edge works. I'm assuming this is a new problem since I haven't located any other mentions of it so I'm assuming that this is either a new problem or particular to the University of Alabama.

Asked by BuckMulligan27 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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download lastest for zoom eg cause no video

'trying to sign on to zoom successfully, then once in I get a notification saying I need to download the lastest version, Ive tried 6 times bianary file and then nothing … (read more)

'trying to sign on to zoom successfully, then once in I get a notification saying I need to download the lastest version, Ive tried 6 times bianary file and then nothing happens '

Asked by freshwick 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Add-on needed Firefox updated. Done. Tried same add-on - same error. Please help

Hi, I was very disappointed earlier on today when I saw the many add-ons you can choose from, for the 1st time, and tried to install one I really liked on my desktop (wh… (read more)

Hi,

I was very disappointed earlier on today when I saw the many add-ons you can choose from, for the 1st time, and tried to install one I really liked on my desktop (which runs on XP PRO).

The add-on is called "I Don't Mind Cookies". It wouldn't install as I needed to update the version of Firefox I currently used and provided me with a link to facilitate this.

I followed all instructions throughout and surprisingly quickly I found it completed, and had message confirming the successful update of OS to ver.59 2.

Returned to add-on above and tried to install it again. I must say I felt even more disappointed when the same error message appeared. Clearly, the add-on was not so sure I'd done as directed; either that or it perhaps it got confused and then passed it on to me...

Can anyone help me, please, as I've had an awful outing this week trying to get our Sky Account sorted - my repeated attempts to get 2 things sorted culminated with my last call taking well over 2hrs, involving 5 different departments and a total of 7 agents - thankfully, I only had to tell 4 of them the whole sorry tale in full and although this sad episode was finally resolved (well, sort of), I'm not confident I'll ever be quite the same again.

Asked by moghorn 1 year ago

Last reply by Terry 1 year ago