I've got the feeling that I've been here before!! I logged on this morning, and my Roboform toolbar was missing (again)!
Eventually, I discovered that Firefox had updated from V21 to V22 overnight. A quick Google search has led me to discover that V22 does not work with Roboform. Therefore I need to get back to V21. I cannot find anywhere how to get back to V21.
I have found in my downloads folder the V20 link, so I now have V20 reinstalled (= Roboform is working again), but I would rather have V21.
Anyone got any ideas about how to to this???
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If you do need version 21 EN-US.
For others looking you can download version 21 EN-US from; https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/re
The article which I got the link from was; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/install-older
It seems I have the same issue here yet my skills are yet be developed to "update Roboform to 7.9.0". I got to the download version 21 EN-US part ,but the rest is stumping me. Could some here assist me?
hello, downgrading firefox is the wrong way of tackling this issue - simply download and install the current roboform for windows setup file from http://www.roboform.com/download and you should be good.
Thanks fro responding Philipp. I just talked with a Kasperski rep who let me know that their and firefox 'extentions' compatibility with the firefox 23 version are yet to be ironed out. So for the mean time I am recommended to use firefox 21. I am new to the roboform (as in never used it before) and I type my passwords out each time EXCEPT last night when firefox would not even trust google.com ( i got a crazy pop up saying Untrusted site/unverified certificate -- essentially 'danger'). I went to Chrome for a minute and yahoo too for a minute and everything 'went through' fine.
Today I'm trying to find out what's going on. So what, really, is a download of roboform going to help me with -- I think is the question.
roboform is a separate program which integrates into firefox - if you want to download firefox 21 for another reason then what was said about it doesn't apply to your situation...
the firefox extensions that kaspersky offers are mere gimmicks and aren't necessary for the anti-virus engine to protect you. on the other hand downgrading firefox two versions will leave you vulnerable to multiple known vulnerabilities, so from a security standpoint it's far better to keep your browser up to date.
in case you want to install firefox 21 nevertheless, fully download it from the link posted above (if there is a part file it indicates that the download is not yet finished), and double-click the file in order to launch the installation.