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Frequently when trying to open a website Firefox say "the connection was reset" and prohibits the website from opening...

Frequently when trying to open a website Firefox say "the connection was reset" and prohibits the website from opening... Also, this same problem occurs frequently when … (funda kabanzi)

Frequently when trying to open a website Firefox say "the connection was reset" and prohibits the website from opening... Also, this same problem occurs frequently when trying to browse different items within a website.

Asked by wferg 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by guigs 6 iminyaka edlule

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I am unable to connect to my Verizon Fios home page from Firefox. Never had this problem before

As of today, February 9, 2015 I am unable to connect to my Verizon Fios home page. When I click on the Firefox icon to open the browser, my bookmarks appear, etc. bit i… (funda kabanzi)

As of today, February 9, 2015 I am unable to connect to my Verizon Fios home page. When I click on the Firefox icon to open the browser, my bookmarks appear, etc. bit it will not connect to My Verizon home page. I am able to go to all the web sites that I want to but I cannot connect to Verizon. I called Verizon but they weren't able to help me, unfortunately. I hope that someone here will be able explain how to resolve this.

I tried using Google Chrome and was able to connect to Verizon's Email and News, therefore, I presume that this is a problem with Mozilla Firefox.

Thank you.

carol

Asked by Carol101 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by guigs 5 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox keeps me logged IN until I restart it, even after website log off. Why ?

Hello, I use Firefox 35.0.1. I set up the options to never keep the cookies. The issue : I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webm… (funda kabanzi)

Hello,

I use Firefox 35.0.1. I set up the options to never keep the cookies.

The issue : I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webmail. I go back to the mail page of the webmail, and I am logged in !

Other test : I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webmail. I close Firefox. I re open firefox, I go back to the mail page of the webmail, and I have to enter my credentials (that is normal)

Other test : I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webmail. I force Firefox to remove the cookies, but I keep Firefox opened. I go back to the mail page of the webmail, and I have to enter my credentials (that is normal)


Other test : I tried to reproduce the issue with another Internet Browser (the "e" one). I log on an Exchange webmail. I read my emails. I log off from the Exchange webmail. I go back to the mail page of the webmail, and I have to enter my credentials.

So, it seems not to be a webmail configuration, as another browser behaves normally.

Is there something that i have not thought about ?

Thank you for your help

Asked by whiser 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by whiser 5 iminyaka edlule

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Since update forefox won't accept cookies for Flicker and Deviant Art won't go to page after clicking on highlight to go to that page

Reply says cookies not enabled ,but they are and have cleared cookies and cache. Also having problem navigating in Deviant Art,get no response after clicking on items to … (funda kabanzi)

Reply says cookies not enabled ,but they are and have cleared cookies and cache. Also having problem navigating in Deviant Art,get no response after clicking on items to go to that item page. Works ok in Google of course.

Asked by tfinniii 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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Why won't FireFox save my log in for my home page?

Until the the most recent upgrade(s), Firefox would automatically save my log in information for my home page. It no longer does. When I start Firefox now, I have to cl… (funda kabanzi)

Until the the most recent upgrade(s), Firefox would automatically save my log in information for my home page. It no longer does. When I start Firefox now, I have to click Sign In, choose my saved password (from Roboform), and I am logged in.

Sometimes I can close Firefox, reopen it and I am still logged in. Most of the time when I close Firefox and reopen it, I have to sign in again. I have the same settings in the current version as I had previously but still have issues.

I have tried all the standard 'stuff' (making sure passwords are saved, etc.) but nothing changes. I have uninstalled Firefox and started 'from scratch,' but it hasn't helped. I'm baffled.

B.T.W. if I use Internet Explorer, my Sign In settings are saved. I want to use Firefox but signing in every time is a pain.

Thanks.

Asked by dvdrttr 4 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 4 iminyaka edlule

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Logging into Youtube with a specific account causes corrupt cookies which stop me from watching videos.

Hello, I have had a problem with watching videos on Youtube (Firefox crashes when loading it) but have fixed it by clearing corrupt cookies. However it seems this only wo… (funda kabanzi)

Hello, I have had a problem with watching videos on Youtube (Firefox crashes when loading it) but have fixed it by clearing corrupt cookies. However it seems this only works when either logged out or logged into a second account, whenever I log into my main Youtube account it corrupts the cookies, and only this one singular account. Is there a corrupt cookies tagged along with this account? All and any help is appreciated.

Asked by Alaanor 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 4 iminyaka edlule

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Can't sign out of this website

I am new to the forum have posted one question already but now I have discovered another problem. I can't sign out of Mozilla Support. This just started happening today … (funda kabanzi)

I am new to the forum have posted one question already but now I have discovered another problem. I can't sign out of Mozilla Support. This just started happening today and the only way I can sign out is if I clear the cookies. I have already tried safe mode for Firefox but that didn't work and I can sign out in a different browser like Google Chrome. I am allowing cookies but blocking third party cookies.

If anyone gots any suggestions please help and Thanks in advance.

Asked by exhaust23 4 iminyaka edlule

Answered by exhaust23 4 iminyaka edlule

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The cookie Exceptions.... tab does not work. If I do not check "accept cookies from sites", making an exception to allow does not work. Worked till this week

Until this week I easily handled my cookie preferences by NOT checking the "except cookies from sites" option. I then made exceptions to this default with the exceptions… (funda kabanzi)

Until this week I easily handled my cookie preferences by NOT checking the "except cookies from sites" option. I then made exceptions to this default with the exceptions tab or through a cookie manager add-on. Since the last recent Firefox update, this no longer works. Nothing in cookie exceptions does anything. In addition to not letting me allow cookies, it will also not let me block cookies when I do check the "except cookies from sites" option. The Cookie Exceptions Do Nothing. I will appreciate any real help.

Asked by rogergold 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by ppost 4 iminyaka edlule

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Initial screen fills up with cookie requests/can't get rid of them

On my other computer I open Firefox and immediately get a pile of pop-ups. These pop-ups seem to be cookie requests from my speed dial sites, and no matter what I click (… (funda kabanzi)

On my other computer I open Firefox and immediately get a pile of pop-ups. These pop-ups seem to be cookie requests from my speed dial sites, and no matter what I click ("allow" or "deny") they keep coming back and then freeze up and I can't use the browser so I have to turn off computer. Help, please.

Asked by norspole 4 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 4 iminyaka edlule

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How do I prompt first party cookies in v. 48?

I know FF took this option away several versions ago, and I'm still not happy about it. Is there a simple to us add-on that will allow me to prompt first party cookies? … (funda kabanzi)

I know FF took this option away several versions ago, and I'm still not happy about it.

Is there a simple to us add-on that will allow me to prompt first party cookies?

I currently use Cookie Monster, but it doesn't offer the prompt option.

Thank you!

Asked by CallyCat 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by CallyCat 3 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox crashes with shockwave on liveonsat.com

Firefox crashes everytime you visit http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html using a Asus desktop with Windows 10 64b or a HP-laptop with Windows 10 64b. - Last versions of F… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox crashes everytime you visit http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html using a Asus desktop with Windows 10 64b or a HP-laptop with Windows 10 64b. - Last versions of Firefox and Shockwave. - Security Mode Adobe flash Player turned off. - Hardware accelarations turned off - latest display drivers, last updates from W10 done.

Using "Task Manager" I detect two versions running of "Adobe Flash Player 23.0 r0 (32 bits)" . One of them uses 3,9 Mb of memory. The other counts up till aproximatly 1.2 Gb.... First scrolling turns slow then Firefox is hanging... On the laptop the memory seems to be full at 700 Mb. Then I get the warning of the Shock Wave Player and later a warning of a script that's still running.

Other browsers use "Adobe Flash Player Utility" or none (Internal flashplayer?) and don't have the problem. In attach a screensave of "Task Manager".

The flashplayer is located where you see the soccer results. I inluded the last part of the "console". There seem to be several problems. (playerLocation is undefined ?) What more can be done?

TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 grandmaster : 8.0.6 version: WIN 23,0,0,162 quickindex.html TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 XHR onload error: 403- Forbidden:1:4601 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 Error: Ad adLoadError error: No ads were found in the ad response. At least one ad is required to be able to load or play. errorCode: 1001quickindex.html

TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 Error: Ad adLoadError error: VAST wrapper redirect unwrapping timeout. errorCode: 301quickindex.html

TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559819604610420" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 No callbacks for update event-data-livestatsscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559826085274609" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2272187 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559826130779456" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2298863 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559827400165039" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2298863 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559831551165645" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 No callbacks for update event-data-livestatsscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Error: Script terminated by timeout at: e@http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html:0:77 @http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html:0:1306 @http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html:0:22 OVVAsset/positionBeacons@http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html line 0 > eval:1089:13 quickindex.html Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559856747081260" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2339464 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559856799990352" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2350657 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559856839069494" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2364039 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559857652476914" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2350657 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559871982251289" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 No callbacks for update event-data-livestatsscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559878214682367" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2298863 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Error: Ad adLoadError error: VAST wrapper redirect unwrapping timeout. errorCode: 301quickindex.html

Error: Script terminated by timeout at: e@http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html:0:77 @http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html:0:1258 @http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html:0:22 OVVAsset/positionBeacons@http://liveonsat.com/quickindex.html line 0 > eval:1089:13 quickindex.html Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559887185711999" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2272187 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559887231436127" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2298863 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559889623713041" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2373437 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-statusscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559889729341238" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2373437 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-resultscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559889811573902" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2373437 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-resultscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559889877853632" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2373437 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-resultscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559889915041286" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2373437 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-resultscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559897126290208" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2373437 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559917597374590" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2339464 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559917724936167" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2350657 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559917800634584" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2364039 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559920132078096" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 event/2350657 > Call 1 callbacks for update event-data-elapsedscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1 Object { type: "data", content: Object, uid: "1474559931128040881" }script-1471635485-726.js:28:40 No callbacks for update event-data-livestatsscript-1471635485-726.js:24:190 TypeError: playerLocation is undefined quickindex.html%20line%200%20%3E%20eval:1092:1

Asked by EddyVl 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by EddyVl 3 iminyaka edlule

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FF can't find this page (in help section): Why is FF44 NOT prompting me for cookies? My answer on whether to accept them or not or not or for session[cut off]

[Your initial question field cut off the quote I tried to give you to locate the problem. I hope that what remains is enough for you to find it.] 1--I was trying to find … (funda kabanzi)

[Your initial question field cut off the quote I tried to give you to locate the problem. I hope that what remains is enough for you to find it.]

1--I was trying to find a way to make FF handle cookies the way I need it to. I clicked around in your help file until I arrived at the user submission quoted above -- which is *exactly* the same as my problem. When I clicked on it, FF said "page not found." Very frustrating.

2--Please tell me how to have FF prompt me about storing *all levels of* cookies involved in a web site on my computer. I have already tried various settings on your Options-Privacy page (including those in your help file) *and* the "View Page Info" page. When I use the settings you suggest, many web sites will not function correctly, even if I'm not ordering anything or making other kind of choices, etc.

Internet Explorer functioned exactly as I need it to, i.e.: I set it to prompt me before storing both first-party and third-party cookies. When it displayed the prompt, the options were to allow or not allow (for now), plus you could tell it always to apply your allow/not allow choice to that web site in the future.

Please tell me how to make Firefox behave like that -- of course, it doesn't have to be exactly the same buttons, etc., but the function has to be the same. As it is now, it seems you can't stop Firefox from allowing cookies, or certain types of them; I hope that's not true.

3--Lately I've been noticing ads coming up in separate Firefox instances (additional Firefox icon(s) displayed when you Alt+Tab between open programs). One of them even read my IP address. I am very upset about this. How do I turn that off? I looked in your help file and there's nothing about this. (I use a major antivirus program and keep it strictly up to date and run scans often.)

Thank you for your help.

Asked by sfff 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 3 iminyaka edlule

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On every search the browser gives the same site (bol.com)

Whatever I give as a search the browser gives back the same page of a company (i.c. bol.com). I can't get rid of this inspite of de-installing and re-installing. It looks… (funda kabanzi)

Whatever I give as a search the browser gives back the same page of a company (i.c. bol.com). I can't get rid of this inspite of de-installing and re-installing. It looks like a kind of an infection.

Asked by ATMZ1TM9 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 3 iminyaka edlule

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firefox does not send cookie using rtmpt protocol

When I use jwplayer to connect the rtmp server using rtmpt protocol(it is based on http) in firefox, I just found that the broswer does not send cookie when send http req… (funda kabanzi)

When I use jwplayer to connect the rtmp server using rtmpt protocol(it is based on http) in firefox, I just found that the broswer does not send cookie when send http request to rtmp server but chrome does, I wish someone could tell me how this happens.

Asked by xiaohao 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Oxylatium 3 iminyaka edlule

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firefox 53.0.3 will not clear cache or cookies on reboot - Why? The preferences aare set to clear cache/cookies on exit. 53.02 worked perfectly.

Preferences are set custom - clear cache/copokies on exit. Doesn;t function properly and cookies are still there when started again. 53.02 worked perfectly.

Asked by k.vlastos 2 iminyaka edlule

Answered by cor-el 2 iminyaka edlule

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update issues v55

My computer updated to V55 this morning. Since doing so I have lost all cookies, all bookmarks and all saved usernames/passwords. Not Impressed as this was an auto update… (funda kabanzi)

My computer updated to V55 this morning. Since doing so I have lost all cookies, all bookmarks and all saved usernames/passwords.

Not Impressed as this was an auto update!

How do i recover this data as it is effecting my work! spent over two and ahalf hours trying to restore and nothing is working!

Asked by chrisby33 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 2 iminyaka edlule

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Preferences > Privacy > Remove individual cookies shows more cookies than cookies.sqlite

Preferences > Privacy > Remove individual cookies shows more cookies than cookies.sqlite does I'm trying to write a cron job that periodically, automatically delete… (funda kabanzi)

Preferences > Privacy > Remove individual cookies shows more cookies than cookies.sqlite does

I'm trying to write a cron job that periodically, automatically deletes all the cookies that I don't want. But Firefox seems to store cookies outside of thee sqlite database that is supposedly used for that.

To illustrate:

~/.mozilla/firefox/XXXXXXXX.default $ rm cookies.sqlite* # delete all cookies.sqlite files ~/.mozilla/firefox/XXXXXXXX.default $ ps aux | grep fire # make sure firefox isn't running anymore name 20593 0.0 0.0 14228 1092 pts/5 S+ 23:24 0:00 grep --color=auto fire # it's not

~/.mozilla/firefox/XXXXXXXX.default $ sqlite3 cookies.sqlite  # open the cookies database

SQLite version 3.11.0 2016-02-15 17:29:24 Enter ".help" for usage hints. sqlite> select * from moz_cookies; Error: no such table: moz_cookies # it doesn't exist.

Leave sqlite. Start Firefox.

~/.mozilla/firefox/XXXXXXXX.default $ sqlite3 cookies.sqlite 

SQLite version 3.11.0 2016-02-15 17:29:24 Enter ".help" for usage hints. sqlite> .tables # cookies.sqlite / moz_cookies exists again moz_cookies sqlite> select count(*) from moz_cookies; # and it contains 2 cookies 2 sqlite>

But in Firefox, when I now select Preferences > Privacy > Remove individual cookies, I get a much larger list of cookes. Where are they stored, if not in the cookies.sqlite database?

Asked by StupidMandatoryUsernameUgh 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by cor-el 2 iminyaka edlule

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When I close the tab, then login out from account

Hello! I close the tab and right away open again. My account is logged out. And I can view all my personal data on my account, but I can not do anything. I can not even l… (funda kabanzi)

Hello! I close the tab and right away open again. My account is logged out. And I can view all my personal data on my account, but I can not do anything. I can not even login. In order to login, I have to delete the cookies and only then i can login. I'm tired to do that every time. How can I change this? my system is windows and the latest version of firefox "firefox will remember hystory"-check, but it does not work

Asked by curly123 2 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 2 iminyaka edlule

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Cookies are not stored

Whenever i restarted my computer and launch Firefox, i have to accept all the cookies from websites again. Also on some webpages i have to go through a tutorial again and… (funda kabanzi)

Whenever i restarted my computer and launch Firefox, i have to accept all the cookies from websites again. Also on some webpages i have to go through a tutorial again and again. these informations were stored before firefox 57 and i klicked all of these once and never again. i already cleared the cache and even reinstalled firefox and deleted my profile. nothing helped so far.

Asked by Icewolf77 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 2 iminyaka edlule