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Firefox Ereignis-ID 1155

I get the following message in the event viewer once a day: The description for Event ID "1155" from source "Firefox Default Browser Agent" could not be found. What do I … (xem thêm)

I get the following message in the event viewer once a day: The description for Event ID "1155" from source "Firefox Default Browser Agent" could not be found. What do I have to do to stop getting the message?

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intrupt a pop-up page

when I open a page it transfer to another page that is written: Dear Firefox user, You are today’s lucky visitor for: July 24, 2022 Please complete this short survey… (xem thêm)

when I open a page it transfer to another page that is written:

Dear Firefox user, You are today’s lucky visitor for: July 24, 2022 Please complete this short survey and to say “Thank You” we’ll give you a chance to get an Apple iPhone 11 Pro!"

And I can't open the page that I want, and this sometimes happen and sometimes not, what should I do.

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SSL_ERROR_BAD_MAC_ALERT

I have done all the fixes about 10,000 times. They work for a day or so. Seriously, if you do not want Google and Google maps to work on Firefox why not do a decent job … (xem thêm)

I have done all the fixes about 10,000 times. They work for a day or so. Seriously, if you do not want Google and Google maps to work on Firefox why not do a decent job with a replacement instead of making your browser essentially useless. GET A REAL FIX, A 30 MIN. TEMPORARY FIX IS LIKE GETTING A HEART TRANSPLANT SEVERAL TIMES A WEEEK......USELESS!

It is a crime and if a REAL FIX isn't provided soon, myself and many others will be deleting Firefox forever. I can't believe that you honestly believe people working 80 hour weeks have time to do all the BS to just get google to load without seeing this freaking ohhhhhhhh noooooo warning!!! SSL_ERROR_BAD_MAC_ALERT it happens with google.com and google maps....actual unsecure websites sail through and Firefox does this to Google....I get it, I hate google too but no one has provided the services they do, not even 1% of what they provide. Firefox needs to step up and create a useful search engine and mapping program or say goodbye to users. ' Who has time to do this 20 times a day???? '''

How to Resolve Firefox Error ‘SSL_Error_Bad_Mac_Alert’? By Kevin ArrowsSeptember 17, 2021 5 minutes read The ‘ssl_error_bad_mac_alert‘ error typically occurs in Mozilla Firefox when affected users attempt to visit certain secured websites. In some cases, the error appears when the user attempts to send emails via the IMAP interface to Gmail.


Mozilla Firefox ssl_error_bad_mac_alert Error


We have analysed several user reports to find potential causes – as it turns out, this issue can occur due to the fact that a certain SSL check is failing, forcing the browser to throw this error and restrict the user from accessing the website. In this case, you can resolve the issue easily by accessing the advanced Firefox Preference menu and adding the website to the list of Insecure FallBack Hosts.

Another potential cause that might lead to this browser behavior is a network connection that ends up blocking communications between your browser and external servers. In this case, you can fix the issue by performing a power-cycling procedure on your router or modem, forcing your network to start fresh.

One scenario that might force your browser to invalidate SSL certificates and throw this error, as a result, is an incorrect system-wide time & date. Several users encountering the same problem have reported that they finally managed to resolve the issue after they accessed the Date and Time settings and updated the values accordingly.

It turns out that certain older machine configurations will need a certain Firefox advanced setting advanced in order to be able to connect to SSL3 web-servers without errors. If this scenario is applicable, you can fix the issue by accessing the Advanced Preferences tab and setting the value of security.ssl3 to True.

1. Adding Website to the list of Insecure FallBack Hosts If you’re certain that the SSL website where you’re encountering the issue is completely secure, you can prevent the SSL_Error_Bad_Mac_Alert from ever appearing again by accessing the Mozilla Firefox config files and adding the secure SSL to the list of Insecure FallBack Hosts.

This will except the website you trust from the SSL check that was previously causing the issue. A lot of affected users have confirmed that this procedure is what allowed them to get rid of the issue indefinitely.

IMPORTANT: This should only be attempted with an SSL secured website that you completely trust. Do not add questionable websites to the list of Insecure FallBack Hosts.

If you understand the security risks and you’re prepared to add the website to the Firefox list of Insecure FallBack Hosts, follow the instructions here:


Open up your Mozilla Firefox browser, type ‘about:config‘ in the navigation bar and press Enter to open up the Advanced Preferences menu. When you see the Proceed with Caution prompt, click on Accept the Risk and Continue. Once you’re inside the Advanced Preferences menu, paste security.tls.insecure_fallback_hosts into the navigation bar and press Enter to find the setting preference. When the results show up, click on the Edit icon associated with security.tls.insecure_fallback_hosts entry (right-hand section). In the newly appeared text box, simply enter the website URL that you’re encountering the issue with and hit Enter. Restart your Mozilla Firefox browser and see if the issue is resolved at the next program startup.

Adding the SSL secured website as Fallback host In case you’re still encountering the same security.tls.insecure_fallback_hosts error or you’re looking for an approach that will not expose your system to any security risks, move down to the next potential fix below.

2. Power-Cycling the Router / Modem As it turns out, this particular issue can also occur due to a network inconsistency. It’s possible that your current network state is stuck in a limbo state. This might block your PC ability to communicate with external web servers through your browser.

If this scenario is applicable, you can most likely fix the issue by performing a power-cycling procedure on your router. This operation should not be confused with a router reset. Opposite from a reset, this will not affect your credentials and any previously established.


To initiate a power-cycling procedure, press the ON / OFF button and leave the network device turned off at least 30 seconds or more. If you want to make sure that the operation is a success, also disconnect the power cable from your power outlet. This will force your network to start fresh at the next router/modem startup.

PRO TIP: If the issue is with your computer or a laptop/notebook you should try using Restoro Repair which can scan the repositories and replace corrupt and missing files. This works in most cases, where the issue is originated due to a system corruption. You can download Restoro by Clicking Here


Restarting your router/modem Note: Do not confuse the power button with the reset button. The reset button will reset every previously established network settings and custom credentials.

If you already did this and you’re still encountering the same issue, move down to the next potential fix below.

3. Setting the Correct time & Date As it turns out, another reason that might make your Mozilla Firefox throw the security.tls.insecure_fallback_hosts error is an inconsistent date & time. This might invalidate the security certificate, forcing your browser to interrupt the connection.

If this scenario is applicable, you can fix the issue by accessing your Date & time settings and modifying the values to the current values. Several affected users encountering the same issue have confirmed that this operation finally stopped the error message from appearing.

Open up a Run dialog box by pressing Windows key + R. Next, type ‘timedate.cpl’ and press Enter to open the Date and time windows.

Opening the Date and time window


Once you manage to get inside the Date & Time window, navigate to the Date and Time tab and click on Change date and time.

Setting the correct date & time Inside the Date and Time window, use the provided calendar to set the appropriate Date and Time values.

Modifying Time & date Once the modifications have been completed, restart your computer and visit the same website ad the next startup sequence to see if the issue is resolved. In case you’re still encountering the same ‘ssl_error_bad_mac_alert‘ error, move down to the next potential fix below.

4. Setting Security.SSL3 to TRUE If you’re encountering the issue with an old machine that is not publicly exposed, you might get the ‘ssl_error_bad_mac_alert‘ error with a lot of valid SSL web servers until you find the time to access Firefox’s Advanced Preferences and enable Security.SSL3.

In case you noticed that the error suddenly started occurring after Firefox updated itself, chances are you’re encountering the problem due to the fact that Security.SSL3 is disabled by default.

Here’s a quick guide on ensuring that Security.SSL3 is enabled on your Firefox browser:

Open your Firefox browser, type ‘about:config‘ and press Enter to access the Advanced Preferences menu. When you see the ‘Proceed with Caution‘ prompt, click on the Accept the Risk and Continue button. Inside the Advanced Preferences menu, use the search menu at the top to search for security.ssl3 and press Enter to see the results. Once the results are in, scroll down to the bottom fo the screen and locate security.ssl3. Note: If you have the option to choose from a string, boolean and float, choose boolean. Next, ensure that the value of security.ssl3 is set to true, then save the modifications and restart your Mozilla Firefox browser. Visit the same website that was previously displaying the ‘ssl_error_bad_mac_alert‘ error and see if the issue is now resolved.

Enabling Security.SSL3 via Advanced Preferences TIP: If none of the Methods have resolved the issue for you, we recommend using Restoro Repair Tool which can scan the repositories to replace corrupt and missing files. This works in most cases, where the issue is originated due to a system corruption. Restoro will also optimize your system for maximum performance. You can download Restoro by Clicking Here


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Pocket Recommendations

On start-up the Firefox browser shows a list of articles/topics that is referred to as Pockets. I clicked on one from Orion Magazine this morning and after the article w… (xem thêm)

On start-up the Firefox browser shows a list of articles/topics that is referred to as Pockets. I clicked on one from Orion Magazine this morning and after the article was up for about 30 seconds a graphic appeared that showed a large metal looking sphere and was suppose to augment the article. This graphic completely locked up my computer. I am running an ancient iMac, mid-2007, and it took bringing down my wi-fi network and a little frustration to get my computer unfrozen. Please take down this article.

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Firefox won't play nice with PearsonVue?

I'm trying to take a proctored test with PearsonVue. It keeps saying on the system test that Firefox is still running. I've tried shutting down through Task Manager. I… (xem thêm)

I'm trying to take a proctored test with PearsonVue. It keeps saying on the system test that Firefox is still running. I've tried shutting down through Task Manager. I've tried rebooting and just using Chrome to access the test page. It still says it's running. Next step is to uninstall...surely there's another solution!?

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ZoneAlarm identifies cache2/entries file as Ransomware

ZoneAlarm identifies and quarantines a 'cache2/entries' file. (Screen shot added). This happens when visiting a specific site. It doesn't happen when using edge. I am usi… (xem thêm)

ZoneAlarm identifies and quarantines a 'cache2/entries' file. (Screen shot added). This happens when visiting a specific site. It doesn't happen when using edge. I am using Windows 10. Can you give me some advice, Thanks

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Uncontrolled scrolling on Facebook

Over the past several days I've developed a problem where Firefox uncontrollably scrolls as posts are added while on Facebook. I've turned off smooth scrolling, etc. and … (xem thêm)

Over the past several days I've developed a problem where Firefox uncontrollably scrolls as posts are added while on Facebook. I've turned off smooth scrolling, etc. and it happens while Firefox is in troubleshoot mode. It appears others are experiencing this but so far I haven't found a solution. Version 102.0.1 (64 bit) & Windows 10 Thanks in advance!

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Hyperlinks not working in Outlook

I cannot open hyperlinks in Outlook. When I click a hyperlink, a new tab opens in Firefox, but times out. On my mobile device I get the following message after clicking a… (xem thêm)

I cannot open hyperlinks in Outlook. When I click a hyperlink, a new tab opens in Firefox, but times out. On my mobile device I get the following message after clicking a hyperlink: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com

This started occurring after the latest update, but after reviewing the support logs, I see this is not a new issue.

I have not yet seen a workable solution. Thank you in advance!

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Facebook

Starting about 2 weeks ago everytime I access Facebook, it starts reloading pages and I can't stop it. This is the only site I've had the problem with and it always star… (xem thêm)

Starting about 2 weeks ago everytime I access Facebook, it starts reloading pages and I can't stop it. This is the only site I've had the problem with and it always starts happening when I have paged down several pages. I've tried changing settings, and even uninstalled the system and re-installed to no avail. Something has changed so please fix it!

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"background-color" property not rendering on dropdown option elements

I'm using a webpage that involves selecting colors from a dropdown list. On this dropdown list, every element's color is displayed using a CSS "background-color" property… (xem thêm)

I'm using a webpage that involves selecting colors from a dropdown list. On this dropdown list, every element's color is displayed using a CSS "background-color" property. Using dev tools, I can see that this CSS value is making it through to the calculated CSS for this element. However, there is no background color displayed for any dropdown elements.

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Attached screenshot of list, and its CSS displayed in dev tools.

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home page feed

when I scroll in my feed it will jump several things down . doesn't matter what computer I am on it still does it. Not right away but soon as I go down my feed it start… (xem thêm)

when I scroll in my feed it will jump several things down . doesn't matter what computer I am on it still does it. Not right away but soon as I go down my feed it starts jumping .

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When entering a help request/entering a link a file downloads?

Hello everyone, recently I have been slipping on my keyboard recently and well from that point on when I try to access a link it will download a file called like this: "… (xem thêm)

Hello everyone,

recently I have been slipping on my keyboard recently and well from that point on when I try to access a link it will download a file called like this: "fsyZrWoP" or when I try to do a search it does a download called: "search" image of the files below

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Firefox saves files before opening them

I chose the option to open pdf files (for example) on Firefox. But Firefox first downloads them to my "download" directory and only than opens it with Acrobat. My "downl… (xem thêm)

I chose the option to open pdf files (for example) on Firefox. But Firefox first downloads them to my "download" directory and only than opens it with Acrobat. My "download" directory now is full with garbage files that I need to delete manually. Is there any good option how to disable this "feature"? I would prefer not to see all the garbage files at all.

I changed "browser.download.improvements_to_download_panel" to false. Doesn't work.

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