I get the following when I attempt to log in: https://screenshots.firefox.com/Uh1En1msYDydeG5G/accounts.google.com I've tried the first two suggestions but don't know how…
I get the following when I attempt to log in: https://screenshots.firefox.com/Uh1En1msYDydeG5G/accounts.google.com
I've tried the first two suggestions but don't know how to change the privacy settings.
It's been a while now since I randomly started getting the above problem. I've tried the solutions described here: https://cheapsslsecurity.com/blog/troubleshoot-secure-c…
It's been a while now since I randomly started getting the above problem. I've tried the solutions described here: https://cheapsslsecurity.com/blog/troubleshoot-secure-connection-failed-error-firefox/ I've stopped the Kaspersky Internet Security, I've installed and re-installed Firefox, I've tried editing/deleting the damn security ceritficates, mothing worked. And nothing of Firefox's help pages... helped either.
I'm using the latest Firefox, latest KIS version, all the drivers are up-to-date, system (Win 7 64-bit) runs perfectly with no error whatsoever, same for the Inetrnet connection. At this point I'm just about ready to flush Firefox down the drain because of this frustrating problem. It will probably go away after restarting the system, but I don't want to do this at Firefox's notice whenever it feels like it. I just want it to go away period.
Since it looks like it's impossible to attach a simple .jpeg to this message (file keeps loading forever), here's the full text of the error: "Secure Connection Failed An error occurred during a connection to www.google.com. You have received an invalid certificate. Please contact the server administrator or email correspondent and give them the following information: Your certificate contains the same serial number as another certificate issued by the certificate authority. Please get a new certificate containing a unique serial number. Error code: SEC_ERROR_REUSED_ISSUER_AND_SERIAL The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified. Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem."
Side note: very funny having to confirm this question by checking my gmail address... which I can't access because of the reasons stated above.
My entire saved passwords list is complete gone.... is their a Norton issue that would have caused this. I think I received Norton error 3048.3, and it asked me to remove…
My entire saved passwords list is complete gone.... is their a Norton issue that would have caused this. I think I received Norton error 3048.3, and it asked me to remove and reinstall Norton, which I did thinking that's why my saved passwords weren't populating anymore... but, I use Firefox's password control not Nortons... what happened to my saved password file, that Firerfox can't locate any longer?
Apparently, Netflix always shows an error message upon hitting the play button if using private browsing (it works fine otherwise). I am not giving up on my right to use …
Apparently, Netflix always shows an error message upon hitting the play button if using private browsing (it works fine otherwise). I am not giving up on my right to use Netflix and I do not wish to give up on my privacy either, so I attempted a workaround emulating private browsing.
Under Options>Privacy and Security>History I changed it to custom settings, unchecked “remember my browsing and download history” and “remember search and form history”. Cookies from sites option was set to “always” and keep until Firefox closes. Checked “clear history when Firefox closes” and checked all boxes under settings for this option. “Tracking protection” and “Send do not track” were both set to always.
As far as I know, I replicated everything private browsing does but to my surprise, after restarting Firefox Netflix worked just fine. Either I missed something or Firefox sends a flag to the website, which lets it know if users are using private browsing or not.
If I missed something, I would like to know what I missed so I can further improve my privacy. If Firefox sends a flag to the website about private browsing use, I would like to suggest removing it, as sites do not really need to know that kind of information. Another suggestion is to make it clear on private browsing help page (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/private-browsing-use-firefox-without-history) exactly what browser settings are changed upon using private browsing (instead of showing what it does as features) so it is easier to troubleshoot.
If you are reading this, thank you for your time.