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How do I disable TLS handshaking in Firefox 70.0?

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Since upgrading to 70.0 each page takes ridiculously long to get through TLS handshaking (10 - 15 seconds not unusual). How do I disable it.

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A TLS handshake isn't something that you can disable. It's an essential step in connecting to a website. It's the initial step that connects you to the website's server.

If you find that it's taking a long time, it could be your security software. Avast and AVG have caused this a lot in the past. There is an Enable HTTPS Scanning option somewhere in the Avast/AVG settings that you can disable to speed up the process.

Another common culprit are add-ons, specifically content blocking add-ons. You can try running Firefox in Safe Mode to see if the problem goes away. If it does, one of your add-ons that you have installed on Firefox is likely slowing down the TLS handshake process.

Hope this helps.

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A TLS handshake isn't something that you can disable. It's an essential step in connecting to a website. It's the initial step that connects you to the website's server.

If you find that it's taking a long time, it could be your security software. Avast and AVG have caused this a lot in the past. There is an Enable HTTPS Scanning option somewhere in the Avast/AVG settings that you can disable to speed up the process.

Another common culprit are add-ons, specifically content blocking add-ons. You can try running Firefox in Safe Mode to see if the problem goes away. If it does, one of your add-ons that you have installed on Firefox is likely slowing down the TLS handshake process.

Hope this helps.