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Identifying Firefox extension by ID

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Hey there!

We have error logs being created fairly regularly for user(s?) with a particular Firefox extension. We are trying to identify this extension to determine the cause. I know a reverse-lookup (ID to name) service exists for Chrome extensions. Is there something similar for Firefox extensions? Thus far, I haven’t been able to find one.

The extension ID/source in question is: moz-extension://ba9d01f7-5cbf-442b-94bf-f030a6fdc626/scripts/uninterrupt.js

Any insight that can be provided would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

(I originally posted this in the discourse forum, but this forum appeared to have a larger audience, so my apologies for the blatant cross-post... but I'm kind of at a loss here.)

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You can open the about:debugging page and go to My Firefox and search for this UUID.

有幫助嗎?

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Thanks for the reply, but perhaps I wasn't clear. We don't have the extension installed on our end. Some of our end users do, and we're trying to determine what extension it actually is.

有幫助嗎?

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You can't identify an extension because the UUID is random and unique in each case. The user needs to perform what I posted above and check about:debugging or possible send you the value of the extensions.webextensions.uuids pref on the about:config page, so you can check that yourself.

The "Help -> Troubleshooting Information" (about:support) page shows the extensions, but doesn't show the UUID shown in moz-extension:// links.

有幫助嗎?

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