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What is Foxfire33?

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  • Igcine ukuphendulwa ngu James

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I am using a Nexus 4. I installed the newest version of foxfire in the play store. I also tried the beta version. I need to be able to use the browser on this phone and use it with mint. The URL for mint was the one you entered. I went to the full screen. I already have the app. I need access to the browser to make changes to mint data. When I try to enter email and password, the login screen goes away and I get the message that Mint.com is not safe. I try to dismiss the warning. It will not Let me login to mint using Firefox. Your answer was Greek to me. Translate it to English. Thanks.

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Do you mean this Mint? https://www.mint.com/

For login, I get redirected to this server: https://wwws.mint.com/login.event

The certificate looks good (green lock) but there is a mixed active content warning in the address bar (shield icon) . Since it is blocked, I don't think you need to worry about that.

I don't have an account so I can't log in and see what you're seeing. Can you describe the error message in more detail? I'm not sure whether you can copy/paste or grab a screenshot, but either of those might be helpful.

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Let's continue in your earlier thread:

Why do you say Mint.com is not safe?

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