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Browser managed by "ImportEnterpriseRoots" and limiting my actions. Issue is, have ZERO idea who this organization is.

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To Whom It May Concern:

When going in to add exceptions (url's) for the security level (which is "Standard") I'm not being allowed to add any url as apparently my browser is being managed by my "Organization" - problem is I have, and am not a part of any "organization" as I am self-employed. This is concerning on the level of security, the organization is shown as "ImportEnterpriseRoots" - and I have no idea wtf this so-called organization is. Has my browser been hijacked or compromised in a very unique sense? If so, it has been, from what I would imagine, more a from surveillance aspect. Either that or I performed some type of error, and do not know how to remedy this.

Would greatly appreciate any advice or information you can provide. Thanking you in advance,

Very sincerely, Brian S.

Email to respond to: brian.sim

To Whom It May Concern: When going in to add exceptions (url's) for the security level (which is "Standard") I'm not being allowed to add any url as apparently my browser is being managed by my "Organization" - problem is I have, and am not a part of any "organization" as I am self-employed. This is concerning on the level of security, the organization is shown as "ImportEnterpriseRoots" - and I have no idea wtf this so-called organization is. Has my browser been hijacked or compromised in a very unique sense? If so, it has been, from what I would imagine, more a from surveillance aspect. Either that or I performed some type of error, and do not know how to remedy this. Would greatly appreciate any advice or information you can provide. Thanking you in advance, Very sincerely, Brian S. Email to respond to: brian.sim

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Seeing "ImportEnterpriseRoots" as the reason usually means that your (Norton) security software wants to intercept your internet connection and to make this possible it needs to inject its root certificate in Firefox.

This wouldn't have effect on the ability to add an exception for Enhanced Tracking Protection.

Can't you move the slider to the off position via the drop-down that opens if you click the shield on the location bar ?

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