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Firefox inconsistent, Session leaks data.

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By fixing the very first option you come across as soon as you go into General Under "Startup" The setting called "Restore previous Session"

Usually, a checkbox, is a boolean ON OFF.

Once more, this leaks data. For instance, logging into my webmail rebooting the machine, next time i launch firefox it spawns the same session again. This contradicts with the very first option under "General" -> Startup

If this was a public machine, some one would now have access to my email.

It seems that this is OS specific. But really, i don't care. My complaint stays the same. The option is broken, and firefox leaks data therefor. I no longer trust Firefox. This sort of stuff is not done deliberately.

Once more. perhaps bit logic is too complicated for you UI designers and a quantum gyro is more to your liking? Cause this is NOT normal.

By fixing the very first option you come across as soon as you go into ''General'' Under "Startup" The setting called "Restore previous Session" Usually, a checkbox, is a boolean ON OFF. Once more, this leaks data. For instance, logging into my webmail rebooting the machine, next time i launch firefox it spawns the same session again. This contradicts with the very first option under "General" -> Startup If this was a public machine, some one would now have access to my email. It seems that this is OS specific. But really, i don't care. My complaint stays the same. The option is broken, and firefox leaks data therefor. I no longer trust Firefox. This sort of stuff is not done deliberately. Once more. perhaps bit logic is too complicated for you UI designers and a quantum gyro is more to your liking? Cause this is NOT normal.

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syncsync said

By fixing the very first option you come across as soon as you go into General Under "Startup" The setting called "Restore previous Session" Usually, a checkbox, is a boolean ON OFF. Once more, this leaks data. For instance, logging into my webmail rebooting the machine, next time i launch firefox it spawns the same session again. This contradicts with the very first option under "General" -> Startup If this was a public machine, some one would now have access to my email. It seems that this is OS specific. But really, i don't care. My complaint stays the same. The option is broken, and firefox leaks data therefor. I no longer trust Firefox. This sort of stuff is not done deliberately. Once more. perhaps bit logic is too complicated for you UI designers and a quantum gyro is more to your liking? Cause this is NOT normal.
  1. define NULL 0
  2. define TRUE 1
  3. define FALSE 0
  4. define ON 1
  5. define OFF 0
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If you deactivate the option your session won't be restored. Notice that you must manually logout from your email service anyway, if you enabled the "remember login" option.

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I can tell you it i have it setup like that for over a year, since some months even the about:config setting browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash to false and still it is not honored.

Someone here thinks Firefox is more like Google Chrome. An Operating system. And should just spawn with it's previous state each clean boot no matter what or how you set it up.

Cool but personally, at that point in time no longer take the software seriously. Apparently, you can just waste your time setting up and seeing it (configuration time spent) shoved to /dev/null

I really began questioning myself here. The Very first option under GENERAL a BOOLEAN ON OFF

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Running any program that has your data on a system other than one's own is a security risk.

When the user is done, it is up to them to remove any and all personal data.


One way is to use; Private Browsing - Use Firefox without saving history

Firefox Private Browsing is great for viewing websites without saving things like cookies, temp files, and a history of the pages you visit.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/common-myths-about-private-browsing


Here is another; http://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox_portable Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition

https://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox-portable-esr Mozilla Firefox ESR, Portable Edition

A fully functional package of Firefox optimized for use on a USB key drive. A specialized launcher will allow most favorite extensions to work as you switch computers.

Firefox Portable is a 3rd-party build. Support is available here: http://portableapps.com/forums/support/firefox_portable

You can use sync to share passwords, bookmarks, and history. Anything else may not be compatible between different browser versions or computer systems.

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Ok cool. A workaround. A Workaround for the very first option under GENERAL being broken. And if not; What exactly then according to you devs is a "session" ? Especially in terms of Process ID establishment, layer 5 OSI, and other common transmission media establishment and teardown of a ... session.

Perhaps you need to redirect a named pipe via the about:studies feature?

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syncsync said

By fixing the very first option you come across as soon as you go into General Under "Startup" The setting called "Restore previous Session" Usually, a checkbox, is a boolean ON OFF. Once more, this leaks data. For instance, logging into my webmail rebooting the machine, next time i launch firefox it spawns the same session again. This contradicts with the very first option under "General" -> Startup If this was a public machine, some one would now have access to my email. It seems that this is OS specific. But really, i don't care. My complaint stays the same. The option is broken, and firefox leaks data therefor. I no longer trust Firefox. This sort of stuff is not done deliberately. Once more. perhaps bit logic is too complicated for you UI designers and a quantum gyro is more to your liking? Cause this is NOT normal.
  1. define NULL 0
  2. define TRUE 1
  3. define FALSE 0
  4. define ON 1
  5. define OFF 0