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Turning Off Safe Search

So I need to search up certain websites and etc. But it tells me this website is restricted and when i turn safe-search off it goes back on again. If you can i need a sol… (funda kabanzi)

So I need to search up certain websites and etc. But it tells me this website is restricted and when i turn safe-search off it goes back on again. If you can i need a solution for this I need a more simple way.

Asked by Paxmc10 18 amahora adlule

Last reply by FredMcD 17 amahora adlule

How to disable "Show password"

I am a manager of a company, and I need to let some of our employees access to our online accounts. However, they can see our username/passwords when they simply look at … (funda kabanzi)

I am a manager of a company, and I need to let some of our employees access to our online accounts. However, they can see our username/passwords when they simply look at firefox settings. Master password is obviously not useful. I want to basically disable "show password" tab.

I looked up online all day, including other web browsers, and firefox extensions. I can't seem to find it out.

Can anyone help me with this?

Asked by shippingeasy2 1 usuku oludlule

Last reply by cor-el 17 amahora adlule

VPN not working properly

For some reason my VPN will not work in the background. I turn it on and it connects, but as soon as I leave the app, it shuts off. Kinda defeats the purpose and I paid a… (funda kabanzi)

For some reason my VPN will not work in the background. I turn it on and it connects, but as soon as I leave the app, it shuts off. Kinda defeats the purpose and I paid a subscription. Is there any way to fix this? I have an Android phone.

Asked by scrollselder36 23 amahora adlule

Last reply by Seburo 20 amahora adlule

privacy policy and data protection

I was wanting to know what guarantees firefox themselves would give to a UK citizen who is opting out of data collection and sharing and not under jurisdiction of any cou… (funda kabanzi)

I was wanting to know what guarantees firefox themselves would give to a UK citizen who is opting out of data collection and sharing and not under jurisdiction of any country law outside my own that they would uphold their standards and promises in regards to my information and searches etc.

Asked by Big G 20 amahora adlule

Last reply by Seburo 20 amahora adlule

Potential scam - getting notification about my organization managing browser (don't belong to any org)

Hi-- I saw a banner while changing my Firefox settings that warned me about my organization controlling the browser. I found it strange since I don't belong to any organi… (funda kabanzi)

Hi-- I saw a banner while changing my Firefox settings that warned me about my organization controlling the browser. I found it strange since I don't belong to any organization and this is my personal computer, so decided to click and saw a certificate for "ImportEnterpriseRobots" (see screenshots).

Does anybody know what this could be referring to? Is it a privacy breach or something legit from Mozilla/one of my extensions?

Thanks in advance for your help!

Asked by HabichuelaColora 1 usuku oludlule

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 usuku oludlule

Custom CA on android

The amount of time I have spent trying to get firefox to accept my CA, I could've used to make my own browser. 1. Downloading the pem version with firefox is a myth. (tes… (funda kabanzi)

The amount of time I have spent trying to get firefox to accept my CA, I could've used to make my own browser.

1. Downloading the pem version with firefox is a myth. (tested with v85 & v86beta) 2. Security-enterprise-roots-enabled is a windows thing, NOT android (tested with v86beta). 3. Decoding the APK reveals that firefox does not even have this: <certificates src="user"/> 4. The builtin certificates are hardcoded into native library, and replacing one with mine does not work (suspected cert pinning) 5. The button "Accept the Risk and Continue" is the last straw it does not work.

Does firefox really support custom Root Certificates on Android? if so how?

Asked by mh06 1 usuku oludlule

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 usuku oludlule

How to import root CA certificate

Hello, How can I import a root CA certificate to Firefox for Android? I tried uploading the certificate to a webserver and navigating to it with Firefox for Android, but … (funda kabanzi)

Hello,

How can I import a root CA certificate to Firefox for Android? I tried uploading the certificate to a webserver and navigating to it with Firefox for Android, but it does not work, either it downloads the file or display its PEM text content, no import prompt.

Asked by Darxis 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by mh06 1 usuku oludlule

My Default Web browser to fFirfox is not saving even when I restart my computer, but shows I made the switch

Default Web browser setting is not saving even though it shows in the Web Browser field. I get an default error message every time I open the Firefox app asking to set it… (funda kabanzi)

Default Web browser setting is not saving even though it shows in the Web Browser field. I get an default error message every time I open the Firefox app asking to set it up again

Asked by selinalanda 1 usuku oludlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 usuku oludlule

With one mistaken click yesterday Firefox began sharing my screen with unknown parties with unknown intentions.

yesterday while browsing the internet I noticed a box on the lower right side of firefox that was labeled "Oracle Co-Browse". I clicked on it with my mouse to see what i… (funda kabanzi)

yesterday while browsing the internet I noticed a box on the lower right side of firefox that was labeled "Oracle Co-Browse". I clicked on it with my mouse to see what it was thinking it would expand, but instead it changed to a random looking confirmation number along with a message that stated my screen was successfully being shared with other parties. To exit I had to close out Firefox completely and when my computer got hung had to do a force close of my entire system. There is o record of having visited any site called oracle prior to it having appeared on my system, and having contacted them since in order to ibtain more information regarding oracle co-browse has yielded very little as they simply deny responsibility and refuse to discuss anything they do since I am not a customer of theirs. I would like to know how this came to appear on my browser as it appears to be some sort of click-to-play option which I thought firefox did not allow?!? I try to stay clear of things that might jeopardize my security or privacy and certainly would never intentionally allow for anyone to share my screen so how can i find out where this came from and how to prevent it from ever appearing again? Please help as this really unnerved me and thus far all i am getting is more and more frustrated...thanks!

Asked by scottatl999 1 usuku oludlule

Last reply by jscher2000 1 usuku oludlule

Unable to reset Primary Password

I have followed the instructions and it says my Primary Password has been reset - but it won't let me create a new password and still is asking for the password. I need f… (funda kabanzi)

I have followed the instructions and it says my Primary Password has been reset - but it won't let me create a new password and still is asking for the password. I need further help resetting this?

Asked by Genevieve.tomes 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Daniel

Hi firefox administrators just to say i loved your app because you don’t make an app where there are all video games like ps 2 ps3 ps3 ps4 for people to play for free i a… (funda kabanzi)

Hi firefox administrators just to say i loved your app because you don’t make an app where there are all video games like ps 2 ps3 ps3 ps4 for people to play for free i am sure people

Asked by daniel 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by Seburo 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Thunderbird Linux keeps asking for passwords where it didn't before

Here's how it used to work and how I would like it to work: I start Thunderbird, it requests password(s). After I enter them correctly, Thunderbird scans for new mail a… (funda kabanzi)

Here's how it used to work and how I would like it to work: I start Thunderbird, it requests password(s). After I enter them correctly, Thunderbird scans for new mail and will periodically scan for new mail. I could scan sub-folders like sent or trash without entering a password. Sending email requires inputting the password the first time. This behavior used to persist until I closed Thunderbird.

Here's how it is working now: I start Thunderbird, it requests password(s). After I enter them correctly, Thunderbird scans for new mail. Initially I can enter sub-folders soon after startup without entering a password. After some number of minutes if I click on the inbox or do a "get new mail" or enter a sub-folder, it requires I enter the password again. Thunderbird no longer checks for new mail as it seems to have forgotten the password(s) I entered. Sending an email requires entering the password every time to send, and entering the password again every time so it can be copied to the sent folder.

I've been using Thunderbird for decades and this new behavior is very frustrating. 

I recently converted one of my emails (yahoo) to oauth2 as yahoo imap will soon be disabled. I noticed the new behavior after this change, but cannot definitely attribute the undesirable behaviour to this change. After this change, the yahoo account no longer requires entering the password upon opening Thunderbird, for entering sub-folders or sending mail. This appears to be persistent.

What I've tried with no success: Run Thunderbird with addons disabled - undesired behaviour. Reinstall current version of Thunderbird - undesired behaviour. Reinstall older version of Thunderbird (clean profile forced) - undesired behaviour. Reinstall current version of Thunderbird with no yahoo account - undesired behaviour. Reinstall older version of Thunderbird (clean profile forced) with no yahoo account - undesired behaviour.

Any assistance that could be provided would be greatly appreciated.

Here's the pertinent troubleshooting info: Name Thunderbird Version 68.12.0 Build ID 20200820223055 User Agent Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:68.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/68.12.0 OS Linux 4.19.0-10-amd64 Profile Directory (Local drive) Build Configuration about:buildconfig Memory Use about:memory Performance about:performance Registered Service Workers about:serviceworkers Multiprocess Windows 0/0 Disabled Remote Processes 0 Enterprise Policies Inactive Google Location Service Key Missing Google Safebrowsing Key Missing Mozilla Location Service Key Missing Safe Mode false Profiles about:profiles Mail and News Accounts ID Incoming server Outgoing servers Name Connection security Authentication method Name Connection security Authentication method Default? account2 (none) Local Folders None Normal password account3 (imap) imap.gmx.net:993 SSL/TLS Normal password mail.gmx.net:587 SSL/TLS Normal password true account4 (imap) imap.googlemail.com:993 SSL/TLS Normal password smtp.googlemail.com:587 SSL/TLS Normal password true account5 (imap) imap.mail.yahoo.com:993 SSL/TLS OAuth2 smtp.mail.yahoo.com:465 SSL/TLS Normal password true

Asked by gargamon 5 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by taz. 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Thunderbird: Keeps asking me to add security exception

I've been using Thunderbird for ages without any (real) problems. My security certificate expired a few weeks ago, but now every time I try to retrieve my mail (by clicki… (funda kabanzi)

I've been using Thunderbird for ages without any (real) problems. My security certificate expired a few weeks ago, but now every time I try to retrieve my mail (by clicking "Get Messages") a pop-up appears (see image)

The location (pop3.upcmail.nl:995) isn't the address of my mail server. If I look under Thunderbird's "Server Settings", I see the correct address. Even if I change the server address to something else, the pop-up 'add security exception' still displays pop3.upcmail.nl as location. I'm not worried this is some kind of hack or virus or malware since I recognize the address - it's the mail server I used well over ten years ago (in Thunderbird).

I have checked so far:

- cert_override.txt , but the wrong address is not in there. - Also disabled Eset, but did not solve. - the folder of my mailbox in profiles is called pop3.upcmail-1.nl (since i am using this map for over 10 years and changed providers a few times)

Thunderbird keeps wanting to download a certificate from an over 10 year old and not in use mail server instead of my current one. Thus no e-mails are retrieved. So what is actually going on here? And more important, how can I solve this so I can get to my email again?

Asked by Paquito21 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by christ1 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule