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Firefox spyware

When I launch Firefox (version 115.0.1), it establishes and maintains multiple connections to '*.googleusercontent.com' until I close Firefox. This is bull shit is totall… (funda kabanzi)

When I launch Firefox (version 115.0.1), it establishes and maintains multiple connections to '*.googleusercontent.com' until I close Firefox. This is bull shit is totally unacceptable. I have been using Firefox since version 1.0.6 but I will dump Firefox for another web browser if this problem cannot be fixed.

How do I stop these connections being made?

Asked by kolusion1 9 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by mozel3 8 izinyanga ezidlule

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The Back Button doesn't work on Youtube.

I noticed that someone else had this question, but instead of answering it, it just got archived. When browsing Youtube, the browser Back Button doesn't work. For examp… (funda kabanzi)

I noticed that someone else had this question, but instead of answering it, it just got archived.

When browsing Youtube, the browser Back Button doesn't work. For example, if I start on the Youtube main page, then click on a video, it will show the video. But then, when I click the browser's "Back" navigation buttion, it does not take me back to the main page. The URL in the address bar will be the main page, but it will continue to display the video I just watched instead.

This only seems to happen on Youtube. It's been a problem for a while - possibly as much as 2 years or even more. And it doesn't happen every single time. However, it has been happening a lot more frequently lately.

It's almost as if Firefox just doesn't want to refresh.

I've tried clearing the cache. The problem persists. I've dried disabling all add-ons. It still happens. I've tried running it in troubleshooting mode. Still a problem.

I've tried to duplicate this in Microsoft Edge; it doesn't seem to happen there.

Asked by r.thomas.wright 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Answered by r.thomas.wright 8 izinyanga ezidlule

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website problems after update

HI! I posted earlier about problems accessing websites after updating the browser to 115.2.0 esr. Earlier in the day I had accessed these websites with no problems .... n… (funda kabanzi)

HI! I posted earlier about problems accessing websites after updating the browser to 115.2.0 esr. Earlier in the day I had accessed these websites with no problems .... now after the update installed, shopify is trying to validate whether I am a human and verify the browser. Resulting in an endless loop of identifying myself as a human and it trying to validate the browser.

Asked by 73545.666 7 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 7 izinyanga ezidlule

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Firefox searching instead of dns resolving internal websites

I have multiple internal websites, which all follow the pattern of [site.one.two] which resolves fine using the internal DNS server i have configured by going to https://… (funda kabanzi)

I have multiple internal websites, which all follow the pattern of [site.one.two] which resolves fine using the internal DNS server i have configured by going to https://site.one.two and through other programs via site.one.two, and all the [one.two] suffixes are blacklisted from being resolved with DoH in firefox, but it still forces a web-search, even with searching from address bar being turned off, instead of resolving through my local DNS server (local server resolves local domain suffixes, anything else gets resolved through cloudflare DNS). I haven't found a fix in any other forums, and there are enough unique internal addresses that manually adding each and [every site.one.two] as an exception would be something i would like to avoid. Is there any way to tell firefox to resolve through DNS first for addresses or domain suffixes?

Asked by sydmackintosh 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 8 izinyanga ezidlule

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Themes

Dear Mozilla I wrote to you earlier today about a problem i am having with themes.I change themes quite frequently and have a lot of them on my list. After opening and c… (funda kabanzi)

Dear Mozilla

I wrote to you earlier today about a problem i am having with themes.I change themes quite frequently and have a lot of them on my list. After opening and closing the browser once or twice the list of themes no longer shows what each theme looks like. I reset Firefox and the image of each theme reappears. It's quite tedious as i said to have to do this once or twice a day. Is this problem occurring because i have too many themes on the list?. I have turned off all other extensions and the same problem keeps happening. I don't know what to do.


/edit: Please put a space after periods as there were unintended links.

Asked by pmjones735 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by James 8 izinyanga ezidlule