Updates – Last updated 14:35 PST May 14, 2019. We expect this to be our final update. If you are running Firefox versions 61 – 65 and 1) did not receive the deployed f…
Updates – Last updated 14:35 PST May 14, 2019. We expect this to be our final update.
- If you are running Firefox versions 61 – 65 and 1) did not receive the deployed fix and 2) do not want to update to the current version (which includes the permanent fix): Install This Extension to resolve the expired security certificate issue and re-enable extensions and themes.
- If you are running Firefox versions 57 – 60: Install This Extension to resolve the expired security certificate issue and re-enable extensions and themes.
- If you are running Firefox versions 47 – 56: install This Extension to resolve the expired security certificate issue and re-enable extensions and themes.
Updates – Last Updated: 17:04 EDT May 9, 2019
A less technical blog post about the outage is also available. If you enabled telemetry to get the initial fix, we’re deleting all data collected since May 4. (May 9, 17:04 EDT)
Mozilla CTO Eric Rescorla posted a blog on the technical details of what went wrong last weekend.
Updates – Last Updated: 19:28 EDT May 8 2019
We’ve released Firefox 66.0.5 for Desktop and Android, and Firefox ESR 60.6.3, which include the permanent fix for re-enabling add-ons that were disabled starting on May 3rd. The initial, temporary fix that was deployed May 4th through the Studies system is replaced by these updates, and we recommend updating as soon as possible. Users who enabled Studies to receive the temporary fix, and have updated to the permanent fix, can now disable Studies if they desire.
For users who cannot update to the latest version of Firefox or Firefox ESR, we plan to distribute an update that automatically applies the fix to versions 52 through 60. This fix will also be available as a user-installable extension. For anyone still experiencing issues in versions 61 through 65, we plan to distribute a fix through a user-installable extension. These extensions will not require users to enable Studies, and we’ll provide an update when they are available.
"Updates – Last Updated: 11:51 EDT May 8 2019 (From Mozilla Blog)
Firefox 66.0.5 has been released, and we recommend that people update to that version if they continue to experience problems with extensions being disabled. You’ll get an update notification within 24 hours, or you can initiate an update manually.
An update to ESR 60.6.3 is also available as of May 8th. We’re continuing to work on a fix for older versions of Firefox, and will update this post and on social media as we have more information."
A Firefox release has been pushed — version 66.0.4 on Desktop and Android, and version 60.6.2 for ESR. This release repairs the certificate chain to re-enable web extensions, themes, search engines, and language packs that had been disabled (Bug 1549061).
There are remaining issues that we are actively working to resolve, but we wanted to get this fix out before Monday to lessen the impact of disabled add-ons before the start of the week. More information about the remaining issues can be found by clicking on the links to the release notes above. (May 5, 16:25 EDT)
"Last Updated: 00:54 EDT May 5 2019
Some users are reporting that they do not have the “hotfix-update-xpi-signing-intermediate-bug-1548973” study active in “about:studies”.
Rather than using work-arounds, which can lead to issues later on, we strongly recommend that you continue to wait. If it’s possible for you to receive the hotfix, you should get it by 6am EDT, 24 hours after it was first released.
For everyone else, we are working to ship a more permanent solution. (May 5, 00:54 EDT)
There are a number of work-arounds being discussed in the community. These are not recommended as they may conflict with fixes we are deploying. We’ll let you know when further updates are available that we recommend, and appreciate your patience. (May 4, 15:01 EDT)"
Quoted From This Mozilla Blog:
~Pj (Yeah! My Extensions Are Back!)
- add-on problem
- add-ons problem
- cannot install add-ons
- cert issue
- certficate issue
- Firefox 52.0
- Firefox 53.0
- Firefox 54.0
- Firefox 55.0
- Firefox 56.0
- Firefox 57.0
- Firefox 58.0
- Firefox 59.0
- Firefox 60.0
- Firefox 66.0
- Firefox 66.0.3
- possible add-ons problem
- Windows 7
Does Firefox Quantum 63.0 support or can browser incorporate a usable Zotero extension for PubMed search results?
Information that may help: MacBook (2015), OS X Mojave 10.14, Firefox Quantum 63.0, LibreOffice 188.8.131.52. The situation: Switching to FireFox Quantum v. 63.0 from Safari v…
Information that may help:
MacBook (2015), OS X Mojave 10.14, Firefox Quantum 63.0, LibreOffice 184.108.40.206.
Switching to FireFox Quantum v. 63.0 from Safari v. 12 because FireFox application is said to be (from multiple forum discussions) better able to integrate and successfully employ a Zotero citation management utility extension.
However, after FireFox download completed, but application not yet installed, user looked for Zotero Firefox extension (plug-in), finding relevant information at only one Mozilla site:
The Mozilla info screen for "Zotero Autoexporting" displayed "Not compatible with FireFox Quantum".
I have either asked the wrong question about or looked in the wrong place for a functional extension of the Zotero utility and its use with Firefox Quantum and LibreOffice, or FireFox Quantum does not support a usable LibreOffice Zotero extension or connector (I do not know the difference between these two).
Having downloaded FireFox Quantum following many, many attempts to configure these named applications / to download the correct application versions / to correctly configure the applications / to troubleshoot incorporating PubMed bibliographic citations using Zotero into LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 documents, to finally read that the Zotero extension is "Not compatible with FireFox Quantum" is massively frustrating.
Here is what I want to do:
Use the browser Firefox Quantum. Install into FireFox Quantum an auto-downloading Zotero extension. Perform PubMed searches. Use Pubmed resources to save searches in a format Zotero can import. Use Zotero to import and manipulate PubMed-Zotero compatible search results. Incorporate search results from Zotero into LibreOffice Writer documents.
Is this too much to ask?
Thank you for advice and instructions.