hackers have complete control of my Firefox and installed their own developer mode with different email address.

Hackers have taken control of my Firefox and are maliciously using developer mode to alter settings and change behavior. They have hidden help/feedback icon so I can't s… (閱讀更多)

Hackers have taken control of my Firefox and are maliciously using developer mode to alter settings and change behavior. They have hidden help/feedback icon so I can't send emergency info to firefox. They repeatedly change privacy settings for gmail on firefox to capture/alter my emails. They turn off my google sign in which has protected mode always on so they can load porn, inflammatory politics or foreign crap onto my youtube "recommended videos." They have posed as me and signed up for "developer" software in firefox that manipulates the entire account. They used a different email address and sign in to github on my own computer to do this, and I don't know the email address and can't do this. All of the info in my firefox account is now repeatedly tampered with. They also pose as developers throughout my computer and maliciously change everything. My computer is for an individual, myself who isn't part of any organization and shouldn't have organization "administrators. Can't firefox recognize that these are hackers and eliminate them?

Asked by skywriter321 1 個月前

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 1 個月前

  • 已解決
  • 封存

fingerprint - Firefox

Hello I have Version 67 of firefox whenn i goes to amiunique.com its comming that i am fingerprinted. Why? My Fingerpring is blocked by firefox. How is it possible? rega… (閱讀更多)

Hello

I have Version 67 of firefox whenn i goes to amiunique.com its comming that i am fingerprinted. Why?

My Fingerpring is blocked by firefox.

How is it possible?


regards nicolas

Asked by nicuhu 1 年前

Answered by nicuhu 1 年前

  • 封存

view loging history and location

I had fraudulent charges on my bank statement, in my google account it shows a device was logged in with my google account in Virginia using a firefox browser. Is there a… (閱讀更多)

I had fraudulent charges on my bank statement, in my google account it shows a device was logged in with my google account in Virginia using a firefox browser. Is there any way I can see or for Firefox to check the login history and location for my account so I can send it to the fraud dept of my bank? The date range I need it 20 - 25 May 2019

Asked by lalibertecn 1 年前

Last reply by cor-el 1 年前

  • 封存

ping tracking

On a recent show of Security Now Steve Gibson was talking about Google using ping tracking to spy & track on everything we do and how bad this will be for privacy. I … (閱讀更多)

On a recent show of Security Now Steve Gibson was talking about Google using ping tracking to spy & track on everything we do and how bad this will be for privacy. I was pleased that it was only google doing this with chrome until this morning he said Firefox are adding it in an upcoming update and when its in you cannot disable it, all in the name of a faster internet. Can anyone tell me why a privacy based browser is using this technology and how will the content/tracking blocking features in Firefox respond to these changes?

Asked by itsthesmell 1 年前

Last reply by Wesley Branton 1 年前

  • 封存

How to remove only cookies for a specific domain every time i close the browser?

I would like to delete the cookies for 2 domains evry time i close the browser while retaining all other cookies until they expire. To accomplish this i opened the cooki… (閱讀更多)

I would like to delete the cookies for 2 domains evry time i close the browser while retaining all other cookies until they expire.

To accomplish this i opened the cookie exceptions settings and set "Allow for Session" under cookie exceptions, but it seems not working the way i expect: if i close the browser and then reopen it if, i find the cookies for the 2 domains are still there.

Is there another way to have this kind of setting.

Asked by ajtim 1 年前

Last reply by jscher2000 1 年前

  • 已解決
  • 封存

Re Privacy and security setting-too much time and too much to have to learn just secur!!! You need to have default suites of security setting users can choose

Privacy and security setting require too much time and too much to have to learn just secure access to the Internet? Why don't you get it? Firefox users need to have defa… (閱讀更多)

Privacy and security setting require too much time and too much to have to learn just secure access to the Internet? Why don't you get it? Firefox users need to have default suites of security setting from which to choose. Examples: Maximum Security: High Security: Medium Security: Low security: Roll my own by picking and choosing.

Clicking on any of these security categories should list what is included and maybe an option to change something.

Once an option is chosen, subsequent changes and updates to features within that option should be automated and a 'What's new/changed in the chosen security category be added within security updates emails.

As it is I have to spend hours figuring what alll this stuff means just to get security internet acces via a Firefox - not that other are better.

Dogmarcopolo

Asked by Dogmarcopolo 1 年前

Answered by jscher2000 1 年前

  • 封存

I'ved used Firefox for over 10 years, and I just realized today that my privacy is GONE.

These personalized newsfeeds, whatever they are-- Google does them all. Some are not as intrusive as others. But within Firefox, I get some of the most bizarre news stori… (閱讀更多)

These personalized newsfeeds, whatever they are-- Google does them all. Some are not as intrusive as others. But within Firefox, I get some of the most bizarre news stories... stories about things I'm not even talking to other people about or looking up online. How could it possibly find a connection? Even when there is a minute connection. It's not a coincidence. It's like, is my phone hacked-- are people reading my mind? It's some form of breach of privacy.

Granted, all the accounts I use are logged into Firefox. Tonight, I took a gander over the privacy settings, and as usual my jaw dropped in disbelief. Permissions; Locations, Camera, etc.-- instead of valuing peoples' privacy and not caring one ioda like Fuckfacebook, many privacy-invading functions are ON by default until they are turned off by the user. This is why I don't use apps. It's why I quit Facebook many years ago. And now, I say goodbye to Firebox. Sick and tired of people encroaching on my privacy. It's principal, nothing more, nothing less-- THIS BROWSER IS GONE. Stay out of my personal business.

Asked by nihiloth85 1 年前

Last reply by jscher2000 1 年前

  • 封存

when I press enter it does not go to website

I have a number of people hacking me some in the US for unknown reasons and some outside the US because I have family that lives in China. I have someone trying to corrup… (閱讀更多)

I have a number of people hacking me some in the US for unknown reasons and some outside the US because I have family that lives in China. I have someone trying to corrupt my Firefox by installing scripts and toolbars most of which I can remove easily.

This is the second time they have corrupted the address bar for my Firefox. The first time I was able to fix it by re-installing firefox from scratch and re-installing all my plugins. I don't want to do this every time one of the morons hacking me decides on a whim to mess up my firefox to try to get me to use a less secure browser like that disgrace that is internet explorer or some other browser.

Are you guys working on a bug fix for this? I searched around and it seems to be a re-occurring problem with Firefox

Asked by somedud3 2 年前

Last reply by Shadow110 2 年前

  • 封存

Mozilla uses my password as my first name in mail they send to me

Received an email from Mozilla (rightly) thrashing Facebook for privacy and security breaches. The issue is that my Firefox sign-on password is used as my first name in… (閱讀更多)

Received an email from Mozilla (rightly) thrashing Facebook for privacy and security breaches.

The issue is that my Firefox sign-on password is used as my first name in the email.

ie Dear <then my password>,

it is difficult to think of a more serious breach than this, and there is now way to directly report the problem to them - hope they look at this post.

I have checked all my account setting and belive these are correct

Asked by jjr357 2 年前

Last reply by guigs 2 年前

  • 封存

How do I stop Firefox from autocompleting usernames on just one site?

Firefox keeps autocompleting and has a drop down for my username for a website. I do not have the password/username saved. I found this article: http://kb.mozillazine.… (閱讀更多)

Firefox keeps autocompleting and has a drop down for my username for a website. I do not have the password/username saved.

I found this article: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Deleting_autocomplete_entries I followed the directions. It worked, no more drop down. However, after I signed into the site and back out, the drop down came back.

I don't mind Firefox autocompleting for most websites, but for sensitive websites, like online banking, how can I get it to NEVER autocomplete or create a drop down? Again, I don't have the username/password saved, and I don't necessarily want to disable to feature for every website.

Thank you!

Asked by exoticboat2 2 年前

Last reply by FredMcD 2 年前

  • 已解決
  • 封存

How can I stop admin users from changing Firefox configuration files.

I need to configure Firefox in an enterprise environment. Other that using 3rd part group policy templates which I do not want to do, the only option I have found to lock… (閱讀更多)

I need to configure Firefox in an enterprise environment. Other that using 3rd part group policy templates which I do not want to do, the only option I have found to lock it down is using preference files. This will lock down Firefox but I need a way to stop an admin user from manually editing the configuration files.

I thought of using a group policy preference to copy the preference files on every GP refresh but it can take up to 90 minutes for the policy to apply. Is there a better way to lock down the files themselves?

Asked by disaak 2 年前

Answered by disaak 2 年前

  • 封存

Why do my saved accounts and passwords show up for different users on my computer?

I have more than one accounts on my computer. However, when opening Firefox from these users, it has the same history, login information, etc. from my main account. Is th… (閱讀更多)

I have more than one accounts on my computer. However, when opening Firefox from these users, it has the same history, login information, etc. from my main account. Is there any way to keep them separate?

Asked by fusion-bioformer 2 年前

Last reply by cor-el 2 年前

  • 已解決
  • 封存

I am horrified to find all my credit card details after an online purchase, held in recovery.js, or sessionstore.js. How is this secure?.

I was attempting to restore my tabs and as it wasn't working properly, I was editing a sessionstore.js or recovery.js looking for URLs that were present so I could re-ope… (閱讀更多)

I was attempting to restore my tabs and as it wasn't working properly, I was editing a sessionstore.js or recovery.js looking for URLs that were present so I could re-open the tabs to recreate what I had before.

To my horror, on one of the tab details I find stored in the sessionstore/recovery, all the details from a purchase page I had filled in to buy a tour, had not only my name and address, but telephone number, and address. That would be bad enough, but also stored was the complete details of my credit card which I had used for the purchase. That included the name on the credit card, expiry date, and security code. It probably also had the card number, but I had been doing some editing so may have accidentally deleted it before I noticed what was in there.

How is this a regard by Mozilla for my privacy and security? When will this be rectified? I hope soon, as this sort of information should not be left around/stored on a computer following it's use.

I am not going to share the file details with you for obvious reasons, so I am not sure if the attached information will be any use to you.

Rgds

Asked by kiwimuso 2 年前

Answered by FredMcD 2 年前

  • 封存

Any Add-on Software to WARN me when online shops do Auto-Log-Off? Etc.

I have literally endured countless hours of grief over the past years, because sites have become ever more sophisticated, to the point of causing aggravation. Today, afte… (閱讀更多)

I have literally endured countless hours of grief over the past years, because sites have become ever more sophisticated, to the point of causing aggravation.

Today, after spending hours figuring out which clothing to buy, then analyzing my shopping cart, a site kept kicking up a message that my phone number doesn't match my billing info. So I thought that either it wasn't accepting my entered promo code, or else that the programmer failed to coordinate correctly with Paypal. Because my phone number certainly DID jive with my billing info & the paypal acct. info.

Furthermore, I sometimes run into forums which automatically time me out, and then I have to login again.

Whether for security reasons or whatever, the programmers who automatically time-out cause countless grief. It's a long story, because I'm then made to endure asinine customer "non"service who are condescending in a drawn-out way, who fail to believe my real issues (because they don't offer a way for me to email or fax them a screenshot), and don't believe me when I tell them that I did everything properly, but yet its either looping or else kicking back unwarranted error msgs. Due to them not enabling sending a screenshot they waste my time by condescendingly telling me that I need to "blah-blah" and then it should work. Or else they say the promo code is wrong, or the phone number is supposed to be numerals and no hyphens.

Basically, they say everything EXCEPT: Are you sure you're still logged in? Are you aware blah-blah is case-sensitive?

So that's why I came here to ask if there's any such Add-On which FLASHES A RED WARNING whenever I get various STUPID error messages.

I.E. the software should detect when a site is giving me an error msg. Whereupon a warning should remind me: PERHAPS THIS SITE AUTOMATICALLY LOGGED YOU OFF, ....OR ELSE PERHAPS IT'S REQUIRING A CASE-SENSITIVE PASSWORD?

Asked by Minni 2 年前

Last reply by Minni 2 年前

  • 已解決
  • 封存

Quantum was just put on my computer and it disconnected Malwarebytes

Web protection and Malware Protection were turned off and cannot be turned by on.....they were turned off when Quantum was just automatically put on my computer Web … (閱讀更多)

Web protection and Malware Protection were turned off and cannot be turned by on.....they were turned off when Quantum was just automatically put on my computer






Web protection and malware protection were both turned off and cannot turn them on

Asked by Snowba 2 年前

Answered by Snowba 2 年前

  • 封存

I'm trying to disable the Firefox Library completely

Hi guys, I'm working on locking down Firefox for some of our corporate machines, and in at least one of our configurations, I need to completely remove access to the Libr… (閱讀更多)

Hi guys, I'm working on locking down Firefox for some of our corporate machines, and in at least one of our configurations, I need to completely remove access to the Library and all it's components for security reasons, as it could be abused to browse local drives, and these are supposed to be kiosks.

Is there a way to either disable the UI element of the Library (what's the CSS ID, and then I can try to put it in CCK2 to disable that UI element) or to completely disable the Library window/functions/feature itself?

Asked by RDshift 2 年前

Last reply by RDshift 2 年前

  • 封存

I keep getting this on my new HP laptop with FF but not with Chrome "systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. This page checks hrome

I recently bought an HP laptop. It had Chromw loaded, I prefer Firefox. More and more now when I try to open a FF window I get : "Our systems have detected unusual traff… (閱讀更多)

I recently bought an HP laptop. It had Chromw loaded, I prefer Firefox. More and more now when I try to open a FF window I get :

"Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. This page checks to see if it's really you sending the requests, and not a robot". This is also available:

"This page appears when Google automatically detects requests coming from your computer network which appear to be in violation of the Terms of Service. The block will expire shortly after those requests stop. In the meantime, solving the above CAPTCHA will let you continue to use our services.

This traffic may have been sent by malicious software, a browser plug-in, or a script that sends automated requests. If you share your network connection, ask your administrator for help — a different computer using the same IP address may be responsible. "

Sometimes you may be asked to solve the CAPTCHA if you are using advanced terms that robots are known to use, or sending requests very quickly. I am then forced to go through the Captcha rigmarole and it seems less and less keen to ever let me past.

Within our household we have two other laptops running FF and have no such problems with them

Thoughts and advice would be welcome?

Thanks

Asked by Frodsham 2 年前

Last reply by Shadow110 2 年前