i have set up a master password, which get prompted when I start Firefox, but when I type in the password Firefox adds 4 characters before my typed characters. These 4 ch…
i have set up a master password, which get prompted when I start Firefox, but when I type in the password Firefox adds 4 characters before my typed characters. These 4 characters do not show up in the password box. If you enter a blank box - four dots appear. So I spend ages trying to get my password logged correctly. By this time Firefox brings up a no connection error message! I have tried changing the password but this has no effect. I seem to recall Firefox doing this a while back but it was sorted by next update. Any advise would be gratefully recieved as it driving me nuts now!
Hello. Today I noted that all my passwords saved in Mozilla disappeared. I didn`t clear any information from Browser using "clear history". No one use my laptop. How it's…
Today I noted that all my passwords saved in Mozilla disappeared. I didn`t clear any information from Browser using "clear history". No one use my laptop. How it's possible?
Can't reset or eliminate master password. Only option is to live with the password pop up or delete the account (if I can)
1. Every time I was the browser I get a pop up requesting my master password. 2. I have chosen the option to eliminate the master password but the system isn't recognizin…
1. Every time I was the browser I get a pop up requesting my master password. 2. I have chosen the option to eliminate the master password but the system isn't recognizing my password so I can not accomplish this. 3. I try to reset my master password using copying and pasting "chrome://pippki/content/resetpassword.xul" without the quotation marks of course. I press Enter but no reset page ever comes up so I am unable to reset the password. 4. I tried another option but can't recall exactly what it was (I've been at this way too long) where a code will be emailed to me. I've tried two different email acounts and checked spam. I never receive the code.
I guess I will have to either delete my account (if I'll even be able to without the password) and make a new account and import all my bookmarks or live that that password pop up forever. But...before I do that I'd really like to do things right by simply getting a new password. I've noticed many people with similar problems. What's is up? Love the browser but this is ridiculously complicated or impossible to reset a password.
Greetings, I'm setting a staging server on a VM, and issued a self-signed certificate. When accessing https://staging.my.site firefox is giving me the following error: " …
I'm setting a staging server on a VM, and issued a self-signed certificate.
When accessing https://staging.my.site firefox is giving me the following error:
" The owner of staging.my.site has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website.
This site uses HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) to specify that Firefox may only connect to it securely. As a result, it is not possible to add an exception for this certificate. "
Clicking on Advanced shows:
" staging.my.site uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not trusted because it is self-signed. Error code: SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER "
There is no way to add an exception.
I went into Preferences-Certificates-View Certificates / Servers-Add Exception. Typed "https://staging.my.site", clicked on Get Certificate-Confirm Security Exception. But I got the same message
Restarted FF. Same message. Checked in SecurityPreloadState.txt but cannot see mention of "staging.my.site"
Kindly indicate me how to add an exception for my staging site.
I am a Web developer. I have a localhost XAMPP installation which is not accessible through the Internet. I use the self-signed certificate supplied with XAMPP to enable …
I am a Web developer. I have a localhost XAMPP installation which is not accessible through the Internet. I use the self-signed certificate supplied with XAMPP to enable SSL development. Let me repeat myself — I am doing my development on my own localhost with no access over the internet for my development server. This is my own machine, completely and entirely owned by me. Every time Firefox does an update, it finds a new way to tell me that it has complete control over the machine that it allows me to use only on its own terms. It does everything it can to ensure that I have no control over it.
In light of this, several years ago, I completely uninstalled Firefox, only too happy to consign it to the evil waste heap it so richly deserves. Like a complete idiot I decided to reinstall it about six months ago. Since then, I've spent weeks trying to make it work. Just when I get it somehow to work, it begins to completely bomb again. This last iteration, just one in a long series of iterations, I have spent two complete, entire, and utterly wasted DAYS trying to find a resolution to no avail. That's two days, well over 16 hours, of completely wasted time when I could have been earning money. (When is Firefox going to pay me for what that cost? Where and how do I submit my bill?) It still does not work continuing to give a Your connection is not secure. Error code: MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_SELF_SIGNED_CERT error and no alternatives for a workaround. It should be noted that, at no point, does Firefox give me the "Add Exception" button that it formerly gave. (I guess they had to remove that workaround because it prevented Firefox from having absolute control over my machine.
During those two, long, unproductive days, I tried every supposed resolution I could find via Google, including numerous changes to about:config. None of them worked.
The machine that my localhost is installed on is a Windos 10 Pro machine running Apache 2.4. I am using Firefox v.63 with the Flash plugin (not used in web development, of course). My anti-malware is Malwarebytes. When Firefox, the greatest malware of all times, decided to take control of my machine and block my web development, I completely turned off Malwarebytes to ensure that it wasn't the primary culprit. (It had never been at the root of the problem in the past. Malwarebytes makes it easy to add exceptions for an IP address such as 127.0.0.1, the IP universally used by localhosts. In any case, turning off Malwarebytes, of course, did nothing with regard to the issue created by Firefox. Naturally, Firefox would never implement such a simple resolution because, after all, they have to have complete control over my machine.)
My question is: Is there any way to permanently, totally, completely, and irrevocably prevent Firefox from blockading me from doing web development, allowing me to access with ease, localhost web sites, created in the Apache virtual host (httpd-vhost.conf) configuration file on IP 127.0.0.1 and established in the Windows hosts file (/Windows/System32/drivers/etc/hosts)? Or is the only resolution to completely uninstall/trash Firefox from my system and never look back?
Needless to say, I am frustrated beyond belief.
Well, I've been doing Firefox sync for a long time, and it seems to work pretty well. But I'm a little confused. What EXACTLY is going on? Note: I do NOT want to know how…
Well, I've been doing Firefox sync for a long time, and it seems to work pretty well. But I'm a little confused. What EXACTLY is going on? Note: I do NOT want to know how to set up sync. I know that.
First question. When sync is automatic, when exactly does it do it? I pull down and do "Open menu" with the three bars, and then hover over the sync arrows-in-the round. It might say "Last sync: 5 minutes ago", and it might say "Last sync: 5 seconds ago". Nothing happened on my Firefox five seconds ago or five minutes ago. So who told it to sync? What determines when it is supposed to sync? I presume Firefox automatically does a sync if you change a bookmark or password.
Second question. What exactly is a sync? I gather that if the sync file (containing bookmarks and everything) in the cloud is younger than the local sync file, the local sync file will be replaced by the one in the cloud. If the sync file in the cloud is older than the local sync file, that sync file in the cloud is replaced by the local one. Is that what's going on? That is, it's all about the time stamp? Do not tell me "Sync lets you share all of your data and preferences (such as your bookmarks, history, passwords, open tabs and installed add-ons) across all your devices." I know that.
Third question. Let's suppose I want sync to ONLY be manual. As in, it will ONLY sync when I do Tools>Sync Now. How do I set it up for that?
There is a private network at work, and the security certifcates aren't actively managed (computing cluster, maintenance network access on the compute nodes). Earlier ver…
There is a private network at work, and the security certifcates aren't actively managed (computing cluster, maintenance network access on the compute nodes). Earlier versions of Firefox used to allow me to accept the risk for going forward with the connection, but the latest version is not currently allowing me to do that.
This is a Fedora linux system, current version Fedora 29. Thank you.
I've had trouble accessing websites that use a certificate that's signed with the DigiCert Root CA. As an example, if I open up blog.mozilla.org, I get a SEC_ERROR_UNKNOW…
I've had trouble accessing websites that use a certificate that's signed with the DigiCert Root CA. As an example, if I open up blog.mozilla.org, I get a SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER.
This is somehow related to my user profile. If I create a new profile, the problem disappears.
I've tried deleting cert*.db in my profile directory to no avail. I checked about:config and I couldn't find any relevant non-default configuration.
To my surprise, if I want to manually set the trust of the certificate in the certificate manager ("Edit Trust"), it tells me that the certificate is trusted. However, if I click on "View Certificate", I get the following error: "Could not verify this certificate because the issuer is unknown."
I don't know much about CAs, but it seems to be surprising how the issuer of a Root CA could be unknown, isn't that the whole point of a Root CA that it does not need to be signed by another certificate?
The more important question: Where in my profile may I have a non-default option that causes Firefox to not trust the DigiCert Global Root CA?
For years I have used Firefox and been able to login to my NatWest Account - suddenly I am no longer able to have this facility. SECURE CONNECTION FAILED - The connectio…
For years I have used Firefox and been able to login to my NatWest Account - suddenly I am no longer able to have this facility. SECURE CONNECTION FAILED - The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading. The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data couldn't be verified. Please contact the owners of the website to inform them of this problem.
I looked on your help site to see if there were others with this challenge and found some comments from some sanctimonious prat to the effect that this should be remedied by the website owner and that eventually the website would no longer be able to be accessed by any other browser such as Chrome, Edge etc. Great, but I need to see my bank accounts online and rather than change banks, I am changing to Edge so that I can. Eventually NatWest may have to change their security but until then I am going to move away from Firefox, and, I know I only contribute a small amount to your "cause" every year but I shall take that away as well - you are too "holier than thou" in your approach to security and take no thought of how its implications affect the user.
Not just login fields, but in about any text field in Firefox I'll get suggestions based off previous entries into similar fields. See attached image. The problem is th…
Not just login fields, but in about any text field in Firefox I'll get suggestions based off previous entries into similar fields. See attached image. The problem is that sometime I need to remove entries from this list. Sometimes a password is accidentally typed into the login field, and then it get saved in that list (not good!).
I'd love to just delete entries from a given list, but even if this can't be done I should be able to just nuke all saved entries in all fields. It seems like I've done this before, but when I look at the Firefox controls I cannot find how to do this.
I can look in Tools -> Options and under Privacy & Security there are promising things, but nothing there helps either. I've deleted everything from Saved Logins, but these suggestion lists persist. Autofill Addresses also looked promising, but the few choices there were just real addresses, not logins.
I'd hate to lose all the saved data, but I cannot have passwords visible like this. Thank you!
Sites like Amazon and even a Mozilla site are loading as insecure. On Mozilla I can go to advanced and grant exception, but on Amazon I do not get the option. I have copi…
Sites like Amazon and even a Mozilla site are loading as insecure. On Mozilla I can go to advanced and grant exception, but on Amazon I do not get the option. I have copied the text for them below. I found a post that going to about:config and editing security.enterprise_roots.enabled to TRUE fixes it, which it does, but I am not sure what I am toggling...
Peer’s Certificate has expired.
HTTP Strict Transport Security: false HTTP Public Key Pinning: false
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I have tried resetting my password with "Forgot password" and have also tried "Forgot Username". Have tried each at least 10 times over several days and have never receiv…
I have tried resetting my password with "Forgot password" and have also tried "Forgot Username". Have tried each at least 10 times over several days and have never received an email.
Had to create a new account to get an email. Something is SERIOUSLY wrong.
Firefox doesn't save all my logins/passwords - How can I manually add a website w-login and password?
Under privacy and security - forms and passwords - I have checked "Ask to save logins and passwords" - Many times - when visiting a new site - the dropdown that asks if I…
Under privacy and security - forms and passwords - I have checked "Ask to save logins and passwords" - Many times - when visiting a new site - the dropdown that asks if I want to save - does not appear - and/or - the login is there - but the password is not saved. "Password Editor" in add-ons is not compatible with my version of Firefox - Without going crazy - there should be a way - under this setting - "privacy and security" - to Manually add a web-site with login/password. And if not - why not?
Your answers says I do not need to list a cell phone but when I try to log in I get a screen that asks for cell number (shich I don't have) and I can't get past
Recently I installed Thunderbird. When I tried to add a feature it asked me for a username and password under a Firefox logo and so I entered mine as recorded in Norton P…
Recently I installed Thunderbird. When I tried to add a feature it asked me for a username and password under a Firefox logo and so I entered mine as recorded in Norton Password Manager and it did not work. So I went to Norton and tried to log on directly to Mozilla Firefox but that also doesn't work. So I asked to change my password (it already had my email address) and I did so after you sent a link to me via my gmail account. That all seemed done but when I tried to log in although it recognized my new password it gave me a screen asking for a cellphone number. I do not have a cell phone. Unfortunately this screen could not be passed without filling in a number. This page provided no other choices, would not respond to ESC nor refreshing with F5. It has been a very long time since I last had to use my id and password to login to use my Firefox 63.0.1 (64-bit). Now I am afraid to reboot my PC lest I completely loose my ability to use my favorite browser. Moreover it does not look promising to get answers from Mozilla if I do not have a password to go with my regular e-mail address. Surely I am not the only one who either does not have a cell phone or does not want to share their number.
Hey there! I can't login to Firefox anymore. I had lost the the mobile app Goggle Authenticator and my laptop. And I can't login to delete and then renew my Firefox accou…
I can't login to Firefox anymore. I had lost the the mobile app Goggle Authenticator and my laptop.
And I can't login to delete and then renew my Firefox account.
What shall I do?
Cheers - Johannes
I understand the basic concepts of tracking protection but I've been unable to find answers to a few specific questions. I found some documentation here in the questions …
I understand the basic concepts of tracking protection but I've been unable to find answers to a few specific questions. I found some documentation here in the questions / answers section but it didn't provide all the answers.
1. Do I need to clear existing cookies to remove the myriad of sites already tracking me before turning on tracking protection? Or, will turning it on do an immediate filter on my existing cookies?
2. Will turning off tracking stop sites that I want to retain login information for from retaining the "login" cookie infor i.e. are we close to a full "cookie block" with anti-tracking? Or does FFox have some creative algorithm (or list) that allows it to distinguish between tracking cookies and less offensive cookies? Concurrently, is there a way to allow a "tracking cookie" if I need it to retain information for a site I'm comfortable with?
3. One specific tracking question: Will eliminating tracking cookies stop (specifically) Google's cross site advertising, where you look at a product on site A (who shares that info via google) and then a little later google's advertising mechanism pops up those products when you're at site B?
pasword changing problem : I change it succesfully and when I type it I'm asked continuu for the correct pasword!?
pasword changing problem :
I change it succesfully and when I type it I'm asked continuu for the correct pasword!?
Hi, can you help...? I am trying to login to my Firefox Account with an email address which was for a previous company I worked for. I remember the password to login bu…
Hi, can you help...?
I am trying to login to my Firefox Account with an email address which was for a previous company I worked for.
I remember the password to login but Firefox is asking me to verify my account by responding to the email, which I no longer have access to. How can I get access back to my bookmarks again or are they lost in space forever? ;-)
Hopefully Mozilla support can help.