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is there a way set security to use https:// sites only?

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when I type in https:// from http:// site it will go to the secure site. But when I do it again I have to type https:// again. is there anyway to set Firefox to use only https:// site only.

when I type in https:// from http:// site it will go to the secure site. But when I do it again I have to type https:// again. is there anyway to set Firefox to use only https:// site only.

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You can bookmark the https:// URL.

Or simply use the awesome bar, you don't have to type the entire URL. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/awesome-bar-search-firefox-bookmarks-history-tabs

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I know how to that. I was wondering if there was a security setting that would force Firefox to use only secure sites.

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There are extensions like HTTPS Everywhere that can force a secure connection, but keep in mind that some websites do not have a certificate installed or use a default certificate from the hosting company that won't work. The same can happen with pages that open in a (i)frame where you do not see the URL. In such a case you need to create an exception in the extension to use the HTTP protocol.