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How do I delete upgrades?
I have upgraded my Firefox and now a program I use for business no longer works. I need to keep Java on it's old version, but the upgraded Firefox will not allow the plugin. I get the error message, "for your safety firfox has disabled you outdated verision of java, please upgrade to the latest version". The upgraded versioon of Java will not allow my program to operate. I need to go back to an older version of Firefox so I can use the older version of Java.
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Chris Ilias மூலமாக திருத்தப்பட்டது
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You need to use the older version of Java, not necessarily the older version of Firefox, but be aware that is not safe using outdated Java or Firefox.
What is the software or site that you need to use ? is it possible that itself may need to be be updated ?
If you are prepared to take the risk it may be possible to use the business program.
there is no benefit of downgrading firefox in your situation - an outdated java plugin will be disabled in prior firefox versions too... however it is only a so called "softblock", that means if you really depend on an old java version you can manually re-enable it under firefox > addons > plugins.
in this case please be aware of the risk your taking, your pc can essentially get infected by just visiting a malicious or hacked website. maybe java Version 6 Update 35 which also contains a fix for the vulnerabilities works in your situation: http://www.java.com/en/download/manual_v6.jsp