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Firefox 52.9.0esr (32 bit) (WinXP SP-3) wants to disable my add-ons

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All of a sudden, I get a message that one or more installed add-ons can't be verified & has been disabled. However, they seem to still work. But I get the message shown below every time I launch Firefox. This just started happening last week.

I've shown a picture of some of the "disabled" add-ons. However, I know for sure that Roboform is still working.

How can I get rid of these messages? Thank you in advance!

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There has been an unfortunate issue with an intermediate certificate that had expired recently and this certificate was used to verify the signatures of extensions hosted on the Add-ons website. This expired certificate caused Firefox to distrust and disable all installed extensions. There have been Firefox updates released to address this issue (66.0.4 and 60.6.2 ESR),see:

  • Help -> About Firefox

Users of older (unsupported) Firefox versions will have to install this new intermediate certificate manually via other ways for now.

See also Mozilla Add-ons on Twitter:

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There has been an unfortunate issue with an intermediate certificate that had expired recently and this certificate was used to verify the signatures of extensions hosted on the Add-ons website. This expired certificate caused Firefox to distrust and disable all installed extensions. There have been Firefox updates released to address this issue (66.0.4 and 60.6.2 ESR),see:

  • Help -> About Firefox

Users of older (unsupported) Firefox versions will have to install this new intermediate certificate manually via other ways for now.

See also Mozilla Add-ons on Twitter:

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It looks that there is a system Add-on planned for older Firefox version that do not support the hotfix.

  • Bug 1549604 - ship legacy system add-ons to remediate armagadd-on 2.0

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https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/page.cgi?id=etiquette.html
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cor-el said

There has been an unfortunate issue with an intermediate certificate that had expired recently and this certificate was used to verify the signatures of extensions hosted on the Add-ons website. This expired certificate caused Firefox to distrust and disable all installed extensions. There have been Firefox updates released to address this issue (66.0.4 and 60.6.2 ESR),see:
  • Help -> About Firefox
Users of older (unsupported) Firefox versions will have to install this new intermediate certificate manually via other ways for now. See also Mozilla Add-ons on Twitter:

Thank you @cor-el!! The answers at this link worked! I appreciate your time & expertise!