Delete all data/ history

Hi, Every time I delete/ clear all data/ history there are always one shortcut to previously visited webpages on my start page left, Youtube. Open "burger menu" Privacy … (閱讀更多)

Hi, Every time I delete/ clear all data/ history there are always one shortcut to previously visited webpages on my start page left, Youtube. Open "burger menu" Privacy & Security Cookies and site data --> Clear everything in that section. History --> Clear everything.

Open "burger menu" History --> Clean all previous history -- Clean everything.

But still that shortcut still remain.

I would really appreciate help with this.

Rexxo 於 20 小時前 詢問

Rexxo 最近回覆 於 4 小時前

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It looks like some troubles in firefox's folder

Recently, when I was using firefox-nightly, the antivirus software prompted me that several virus files of type 'virus.js.unsafe.2' were detected in the 'entries' folder … (閱讀更多)

Recently, when I was using firefox-nightly, the antivirus software prompted me that several virus files of type 'virus.js.unsafe.2' were detected in the 'entries' folder of firefox.

But I don't know where the virus is coming from for now, it could be an extension or a TamperMonkey plugin. so now I want to understand what the files in Firefox's entries folder do and where they come from?

I’m a Chinese. Sorry for my weak English levels

Durandal 於 1 天前 詢問

jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 於 1 天前 解答

why does firefox change my settings to delete cookies upon closing?

"delete cookies and site data when firefox is closed" now gets checked against my will. i'm not checking it and have never had it set to do that. this is wasting tons of … (閱讀更多)

"delete cookies and site data when firefox is closed" now gets checked against my will. i'm not checking it and have never had it set to do that. this is wasting tons of time for me, resetting my shortcuts and signing in to sites that are a pain in the ass to sign in to (specifically bandcamp). other settings get changed also, but not all of them, and my personal info remains. but a lot of time is also wasted correcting all the settings that have changed behind my back. this started happening within the past week. i've changed nothing.

it's not when i turn my computer off. i had to reset everything 2 days ago, but when i got home yesterday and turned my computer on it was working properly - settings intact. i used it for several hours, went to bed, turning the internet off, as i always do, and leaving pine player on. (it's not pine player causing the problem. i wasn't using it the other times) the computer never went into sleep mode, as per my settings... but after turning the internet back on this morning and opening firefox my settings are changed again.

any ideas? Thanks if you try to help

coelacanth 於 20 小時前 詢問

jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 最近回覆 於 13 小時前

Connection not secure message

I have this problem. It just showed up after installing a brand new ARRIS modem exactly like the one I had. "Your connection is not secure" error when trying to log in to… (閱讀更多)

I have this problem. It just showed up after installing a brand new ARRIS modem exactly like the one I had. "Your connection is not secure" error when trying to log in to my modem's login page at the local address. There are several fixes that I saw, none seem to help. Tried the SSL refresh and it screwed up the browser. Now I get to figure out how I had it set up before the "refresh". Like I said this just started in Firefox and it prevents me from accessing the modem console period. If I use Edge it does not block me. (yuk) It does show a "Not Secure" message in the address bar but it will allow me to access my Modem. Why cant we get a fix for this. Its a local web address not on the internet. Should be a way to add to a allow local address list and ignore certificates or whatever else is causing it to block access.....

Email me when someone answers the thread seems to be broken on this page. I would like a email please so I can find a response.

[email removed from public]

Thanks! Roger

bowtieperformance 於 2 週前 詢問

bowtieperformance 最近回覆 於 13 小時前

Autofill

Is there a way to autofill for most sites but not autofill for certain sites while still saving passwords through firefox for those sites. I like to store my bank informa… (閱讀更多)

Is there a way to autofill for most sites but not autofill for certain sites while still saving passwords through firefox for those sites. I like to store my bank information on firefox behind an master password but it automatically autofills with out asking for the master password. Can I limit the sites that autofill passwords or require the master password in order to autofill? Any suggestions?

soysaucewasobi 於 1 天前 詢問

cor-el 最近回覆 於 1 天前

PASSWORD MANGER

I have sent several emails and get no reply, how am I suposed to fix check or see my saved passwords if they all look like this...3b4a3f36-7056-4eee-bcb3-2b0838fa07e1 … (閱讀更多)

I have sent several emails and get no reply, how am I suposed to fix check or see my saved passwords if they all look like this...3b4a3f36-7056-4eee-bcb3-2b0838fa07e1

The Boss 於 3 個月前 詢問

cor-el 最近回覆 於 1 天前

Why does Firefox makes an http request to ietf.org even when in HTTPS-only mode? (OCSP related)

When in HTTPS-only mode and the "Query OCSP responder servers" settings is enabled, Firefox makes an http request on port 80 to ietf.org. details: HTTPS-only mode on, O… (閱讀更多)

When in HTTPS-only mode and the "Query OCSP responder servers" settings is enabled, Firefox makes an http request on port 80 to ietf.org.

details:

  • HTTPS-only mode on, OCSP on:
  • go to http://ietf.org/
  • requests are made to:

ocsp.starfieldtech.com ietf.org ocsp.digicert.com

  • HTTPS-only mode on, OCSP on:
  • go to https://ietf.org/
  • requests are only made to:

ocsp.starfieldtech.com ocsp.digicert.com

why is this? (Firefox 103 on macOS 10.15)

n0u355lo 於 1 天前 詢問

jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 最近回覆 於 1 天前

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How deep is Google's anti-privacy impact on Mozilla going?

If i remember correctly Mozilla earns around 80% of their income from Google. I have said it before and i will say it again, Mozilla claims to stand for Privacy (maybe th… (閱讀更多)

If i remember correctly Mozilla earns around 80% of their income from Google. I have said it before and i will say it again, Mozilla claims to stand for Privacy (maybe that was true in the past at some point) while Google is tracking Billions of Human beings 24/7 as they use Google as their Android Operating System, that can be considered very much anti-privacy. (Sadly majority of people either don't care or are to silly to install a different OS on their Phone).

Clearly this looks like a conflict of interest, one company want's privacy while the other one makes their money with tracking human beings and selling their data and then giving a part of that money to mozilla for using google as the default search engine in firefox.

If knownledge is power then how much power does google have? How much do they know about you? Your contacts, location, online searches and history, and so on... I seriously think people should quit google immediately, what this company is doing is literally criminal, unless ofcourse people are once again silly enough to let it happen.

Firefox says on it's website "At Mozilla, we believe that privacy is fundamental to a healthy internet." If true why do you BY DEFAULT have telemetry ENABLED and why do you BY DEFAULT use GOOGLE as search engine?? Something is obviously not right here. What is also very interesting is that this site support.mozilla.org is connected to www.google-analytics.com and to www.googletagmanager.com Im guessing this basically means when i use the mozilla support site or login with my account, google is also gathering data about me.

Google has become the cancer of the internet, way to many sites have it embed aswell as facebook. Shame on all those greedy people who allow this massive privacy invasion just for their own profit. But honestly at the same time, can you really blame them? After all the people who allow this to happen are responsible aswell, this is just disgusting. I woonder if the whole world would like to end up like china, because if not then what in the universe is wrong with people? Wakeup! Delete Google Delete Facebook Delete Tiktok and eventually your brain might be able to function again, install a privacy operatingsystem like lineageos or grapheneos and don't touch any anti privacy app ever again, is it so hard?? Was totally simple for me.

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   Interaction data: Firefox sends data about your interactions with Firefox to us (such as number of open tabs and windows; number of webpages visited; number and type of installed Firefox Add-ons; and session length) and Firefox features offered by Mozilla or our partners (such as interaction with Firefox search features and search partner referrals).
   Technical data: Firefox sends data about your Firefox version and language; device operating system and hardware configuration; memory, basic information about crashes and errors; outcome of automated processes like updates, safebrowsing, and activation to us. When Firefox sends data to us, your IP address is temporarily collected as part of our server logs.

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As a final notice, i don't beleve that this is everything mozilla collects, surely your tight parnership with google analytics is able to identify every single firefox profile and connect it to the person using it.

Firefox_Beginner 於 3 天前 詢問

AliceWyman 最近回覆 於 1 天前

cant remove videomart.org notification

I am suddenly receiving virus notifications from videomart.org. I have tried numerous settings but I am unable to remove it from Firefox. Do you have a fix Thank you … (閱讀更多)

I am suddenly receiving virus notifications from videomart.org. I have tried numerous settings but I am unable to remove it from Firefox. Do you have a fix Thank you

lbar1938 於 2 天前 詢問

RobertJ 最近回覆 於 2 天前

Encrypted form on web page - Firefox wouldn't send

HI, Had to fill in an encrypted form (here in the UK) from a Canadian Bank to finalise setup of a new account. On completion and attempted submission, Firefox wouldn't al… (閱讀更多)

HI, Had to fill in an encrypted form (here in the UK) from a Canadian Bank to finalise setup of a new account. On completion and attempted submission, Firefox wouldn't allow the IP address 192.168.0.1 (I'm using a D-Link USB G4 dongle) to send. It refused because the IP address is not secure. Is this a problem with the dongle (USB hardware, my G4 provider, or something in my computer, provider, or Firefox settings?

gladtobe 於 2 天前 詢問

Warnnig Can't open page

Hi, After the last update, when I connect to my regular sites, I keep getting an error massage , some times the site is being opened , but some times the URL I try to rea… (閱讀更多)

Hi,

After the last update, when I connect to my regular sites, I keep getting an error massage , some times the site is being opened , but some times the URL I try to reach does not open at all.

Thanks for your help

dgraveh 於 2 天前 詢問

Your browser is being managed by your organization.

After testing Webroot it revealed loss of local PC controls and it appeared to be a cloud minded herd mentality app.. (I used Kaspersky for many year with undesirable stu… (閱讀更多)

After testing Webroot it revealed loss of local PC controls and it appeared to be a cloud minded herd mentality app.. (I used Kaspersky for many year with undesirable stuff disabled.. great app until Putin stepped in)...

Firefox ran great with all performance tweaks applied to date and removal of anything Google (banned from some countries due to information preditation). 0 Trust here. Google does not exist on this machine as has been ripped from the registry and file syste. - FYI

Uninstall did not work! Had to boot on a CD and access thefile system and manually delete files to remove the webroot bat from my OS..

I need assistance on removing the nasty policy from FireFox "Your browser is being managed by your organization."

RE: "https://anywhere.webrootcloudav.com/wtsff/live/latest.xpi"

I removed all found in the registry, file system and FireFox "About:Config" without any success.

My Fox is highly customized as a result of many years of "No, I don't want these things happening -or- I do not want mybrowser accessing and communications with ..."

Please advise on any steps that may exist before I either do a fresh install -or- switch to anothe browser.

Many thanx for the view!

Old Netscape Developer 於 3 天前 詢問

cor-el 最近回覆 於 3 天前

Saving specific website cookies with "exceptions" function

I asked this before, but I do not understand the thinking/logic for the answer I got. I have a specific website I want to maintain the cookies it writes to my computer. W… (閱讀更多)

I asked this before, but I do not understand the thinking/logic for the answer I got. I have a specific website I want to maintain the cookies it writes to my computer. When I enter those cookie urls into the EXCEPTIONS dialogue box/window, then set to delete history on exit from FF, why won't the exceptions save those specific cookies? I don't get why there is an exceptions function if I cannot make those exceptions apply and save my specific website cookies.

If there is no helpful answer, there is no need to reply. In any fashion. Ever.

Thanks for your consideration,

oldheart43

OldHeart 於 6 天前 詢問

OldHeart 最近回覆 於 3 天前

Yahoo redirect malware

Hi, I keep getting the Yahoo redirect malware no matter how many times I reset my search settings and remove both Yahoo and "Browser default" search engine back to Google… (閱讀更多)

Hi, I keep getting the Yahoo redirect malware no matter how many times I reset my search settings and remove both Yahoo and "Browser default" search engine back to Google. I have read extensively about this problem, and it seems that the only solution is temporary. Any time I take my laptop to a different location (and thus use a different internet connection), my search settings are undone and the Yahoo redirect function is restored. Please help!! I have tried to run antivirus / anti-spyware software, but my Apple Chip Macbook Air 2020 is incompatible with a lot of existing software. Thanks!

chobrooklyn 於 3 天前 詢問

Should I Disable DNS Over Https in Firefox If Using Cloudflares DNS Servers In Ethernet Adapter?

I am using Ethernet for my network connection for my HP Desktop and in my Ethernet Adapter I have my IPv4 set to use Cloudflare's DNS servers 1.1.1.1 and 1.0.0.1 and in m… (閱讀更多)

I am using Ethernet for my network connection for my HP Desktop and in my Ethernet Adapter I have my IPv4 set to use Cloudflare's DNS servers 1.1.1.1 and 1.0.0.1 and in my IPv6 I am also using Cloudflare's DNS servers 2606:4700:4700::1111 and 2606:4700:4700::1001 . My Network Profile is set to Private and I have file and printer sharing disabled. My question is that should I disable DNS over HTTPS in my Firefox(default)browser Connection Settings? I may be wrong but to me it feels a little redundant using Cloudflare DNS Servers in my Ethernet adapter and using Cloudflare in my Firefox Connection Setting as well. I would greatly appreciate any insight and suggestions and also should I have "Use system proxy settings" checked.

Respectfully

new_aged2perfection 於 5 天前 詢問

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