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firefox history dissapearing randomly

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My history got deleted and then after a week it happened again and then after 2-3 weeks again.I would like to mention that the first time it happened i got a redirect virus which i thought was just a harmless redirect each time my computer started.I think i removed now,i'm not sure,but i haven't found anything online saying that they can delete your browser history. I also have Cleaner for like 3-4 months and had no such problems.I also checked a thread where it said that history wasn't getting saved(but that's not my case),so i verified integrity of places database: > Task: checkIntegrity + The places.sqlite database is sane + The favicons.sqlite database is sane > Task: invalidateCaches + The caches have been invalidated > Task: checkCoherence + The database is coherent > Task: expire + Database cleaned up > Task: originFrecencyStats + Recalculated origin frecency stats > Task: vacuum + Initial database size is 5120KiB + The database has been vacuumed

       Does that mean that something cleans up my database and if so is there any way u can help me or redirect me to someone who can.I will provide further information if required.

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Did you uninstall firefox and deleted the mozilla folder and then reinstalled firefox again? When you do this backup any bookmark and write down addons so you can reinstall them later.

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RageofZaul said

. . . first time it happened i got a redirect virus . . .

You may have ad/mal-ware. Further information can be found in this article; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-caused-malware?cache=no

Run most or all of the listed malware scanners. Each works differently. If one program misses something, another may pick it up.