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I am getting "Fiefox can't establish a connection error" for any website link I click on...I have a MAC

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I get the same message in Safari and Chrome. So, I use Google. Do a search and that gives me a list of website options and then anything I clock on, will not open. I get "can not establish a connection" or "firefox can not establish a connection".....there is a choice to "try again" which does nothing.

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Is anything in this article useful: Firefox can't load websites but other browsers can?

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Whoops, I misread your question.

You can load Google in Firefox to do a search. The problem is with links out of Google to results pages.

Does it make any difference if you...

  • right-click (or Ctrl+click) a result link and choose Open Link in New Tab?
  • click and drag a result link to the tab bar and drop it there when you see the upward-pointing arrow?

What is in the address bar when the page fails to load:

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No, it does not help if I control click a result tab

and, the real address of the site is in the address bar

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and, if I click and drag the result link to the tab bar and drop it near the plus sign, as in where you add a new tab, it will open a new tab with the same message about not being able to load a page.

I can load some sites, like Facebook...but almost all sites will not open

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Is there any pattern to the URLs? For example, you definitely can open some HTTPS sites. Is there any pattern related to HTTP vs. HTTPS addresses?

Do you use any:

  • security software that filters your web connections, e.g., Avast, ESET, Kaspersky
  • parental control software
  • other third party filtering software or services
  • proxy server, private VPN, or peer-to-peer network (Tor, Hola)
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I do not use any security software, parental control software or third party filtering software. I do not know what (Tor, Hola) are so I do not use them, to the best of my ability to tell.

It seems to be http addresses

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Could you check out these threads on Apple's forums: