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I am trying to get help with Accounts Recovery, Step 6 is 'enter password' I don't understand! I am to generate a totally new p/w? Then, I do NOT understand STEP 7 at all!

I am trying to use ACCOUNTS RECOVERY, I am writing up the steps on paper, I got to STEP 6 : 'enter new password'..... first problem, Am I to generate a totally new passw… (funda kabanzi)

I am trying to use ACCOUNTS RECOVERY, I am writing up the steps on paper, I got to STEP 6 : 'enter new password'..... first problem, Am I to generate a totally new password here? 2nd problem, I DO NOT understand at all what STEP 7 is all about? It means nothing to me! Help! Am I missing something? I am English by birth, maybe someone who is also English might help me? Just saying! I have always had excellent service from you all, but this has got me stumped! I guess I must be getting old! Now I have to go back & find the original Q, goodness only knows how I am going to make this all work when I am having problems in the first few steps! BTW, I am using Win 10 64 bit, with Firefox as my browser. Slim Sylv Adding note, it is the rest of the instructions I do not understand. Thanks SlimSylv

Asked by SlimSylv 2 emasontweni adlule

Last reply by jscher2000 2 emasontweni adlule

Content on some websites is blocked; how can I selectively (by site/ domain) enable it?

I have noticed that newer versions of Firefox (I'm on 77.0.1, 64 bit) block some content on selected websites I visit. Here's the latest example: Zoom Internet Speed T… (funda kabanzi)

I have noticed that newer versions of Firefox (I'm on 77.0.1, 64 bit) block some content on selected websites I visit.

Here's the latest example: Zoom Internet Speed Test | Check your Zoom Internet Performance https://is.gd/UL3S88

I'd like to ENABLE the "GO" (run the speed test) button within Firefox - but can't figure out how to do so. Please help - and thank you!

Asked by evan9 1 inyanga edlule

Last reply by jscher2000 1 inyanga edlule

How can I return to the previous password set up?

Hello The original built in password manager that Firefox had has changed again. It originally changed late last year. Then i returned to the previous password manager … (funda kabanzi)

Hello

The original built in password manager that Firefox had has changed again. It originally changed late last year. Then i returned to the previous password manager by following instructions in this link:

https://prod-tp.sumo.mozit.cloud/en-US/questions/1271509#question-reply

However this solution no longer works. How can i get back to the previous password manager, when it was displayed in a row of columns headed 'Site' 'Username' 'Password' 'Last Changed.' Now once again it is just one long column.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks

Asked by dj1dci 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by McCoy 1 inyanga edlule

My logins were revoked - I reset my password, and all saved passowrds have disappeared

I'm scared af. Hundreds of password are saved on my firefox. My active logins were revoked and I had to reset the password to login to my firefox on windows. Turns out al… (funda kabanzi)

I'm scared af. Hundreds of password are saved on my firefox. My active logins were revoked and I had to reset the password to login to my firefox on windows. Turns out all my passwords are gone.

I have no email from firefox notifying of the suspicious login.

What I can do?

Asked by mastsethi 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 2 izinyanga ezidlule

unable to fully clear cache, stop automatic updates, privacy settings do not work, popups are not being blocked

After my Firefox took a 'ninja update' I was not able to keep the cache clear and even though it was set to clear my cache on exit when i would open a fresh instance of f… (funda kabanzi)

After my Firefox took a 'ninja update' I was not able to keep the cache clear and even though it was set to clear my cache on exit when i would open a fresh instance of firefox it would have items in the cache. nothing I would do would correct this even completely removing Firefox, the profiles, and reinstalling it. Reinstalling it is turning out to be my biggest mistake. Instead of the version 63 installing, which is what my installer was for the installer is only installing the most recent buggy version My version 63 had updates turned off, it should not have taken an update but it did even though the updates were turned off FOR security. I even had the registry set to block from HKLM When I am 'browsing' the internet I am logged into my machine with a user account that can't even make any changes. The current version (76.0.1) is having the same problems that plagued me before after this 'ninja update', the cache will not fully clear. When I open firefox it is showing it has items cached. There should be NOTHING in the cache when it opens, I do not have a home page set, there are no links set to open at startup and no connections should be made. The popup blocker is not only not blocking any popups it is opening them in new windows The machine does not have a virus or malware. Why is firefox so insecure now? The whole idea of using firefox was to be using a secure browser and just a browser it is not supposed to be integrated into the operating system it is not supposed to be interacting with the operating system it is supposed to be an internet browser. Without the ability to prevent this automatic communication and block unwanted traffic from it we may as well be using Internet Explorer, Edge or Chrome. How do we install one of the older more secure versions of Firefox without it automatically updating at the time of the install? How do we actually block the automatic communication? How do we block popups as the popup blocker does not work at all? (it worked beautifully in version 63) How do we get it to clear the cache at exit and open with the cache at 0?

Asked by sh00p3r 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by FredMcD 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Github and others ask master password continuously on each page

Good day guys and mozilla support forum! Microsoft github asks for master password on each page and on each reload while I surf it (not trying login). It is anoying. And … (funda kabanzi)

Good day guys and mozilla support forum!

Microsoft github asks for master password on each page and on each reload while I surf it (not trying login). It is anoying. And I suggest this is cause of Spying. And I have stored password for github but maybe now I don't want to login and to let github know that it is me.

1) Is there anything to stop it? Maybe should do some feature to stop asking password again?

2) If I provide master password what information can github see? Only github logins and passwords or other sites logins and passwords too? Analogy with instrument Container tabs. They can't see cookies each over. It is very good feature I think. Thanks.

P.S. Please, also, take a look on my old problem https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1277818#answer-1297849 I did some test and get results. And I think all the same it is a bug Because there are some solution kind of check recheck

Asked by owgdone 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 3 izinyanga ezidlule

lockwise fills encyrpted password in password field in webpage

lockwise stores password in encrypted form, which is good but when i login to my account on that page, it fills password in same encrypted text and in some cases it doesn… (funda kabanzi)

lockwise stores password in encrypted form, which is good but when i login to my account on that page, it fills password in same encrypted text and in some cases it doesn't fills username and password automatically. For example in my bank login.

Asked by PrashantShukla 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 4 izinyanga ezidlule

possible malware sites opened

The new firefox should have some malware protection by default? I thought I can use it without blocking addons, maybe a mistake? On searching the web by google I came on… (funda kabanzi)

The new firefox should have some malware protection by default? I thought I can use it without blocking addons, maybe a mistake?

On searching the web by google I came on a webpage, where another page suddenly opened and I could not leave with back button. Just another fake page opened.

I scanned the pages here (others are in the comment): https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/518ffb491d9ae673e803a930d05aae5bd0db9536a93197bfb2a874de76009af2

Could there be some infection? What can I do now to be save?

I deleted cache inside firefox and after that a scan with clamscan. It could not find anything on my device.

Thank you

Asked by cj447 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 4 izinyanga ezidlule

client certificate on smartcard leads to SEC_ERROR_LIBRARY_FAILURE

SSL client certificates do not work on Firefox 74.0 64-bit (Windows 10) and smartcards as expected. The smartcard gets accessed via PKCS #11 library. When the client cert… (funda kabanzi)

SSL client certificates do not work on Firefox 74.0 64-bit (Windows 10) and smartcards as expected. The smartcard gets accessed via PKCS #11 library.

When the client certificate is placed into the software security module, Firefox can send it to the requesting web server and it works as expected.

Once the very same certificate was successfully imported into a smartcard and removed from the software security module, authentication fails in Firefox with "SEC_ERROR_LIBRARY_FAILURE". The nginx web server reports: SSL_do_handshake() failed (SSL: error:14094438:SSL routines:ssl3_read_bytes:tlsv1 alert internal error:SSL alert number 80) while SSL handshaking, client: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, server: 0.0.0.0:443

When using Chrome, the same client certificate from the same smartcard gets used and successfully connects to the web server.

Is there a known issue for this? How can this problem be narrowed down? Is there some kind of debug log file to get further information?

Asked by 0xFF 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 4 izinyanga ezidlule

How do I enable DoD CAC smartcard authentication in Firefox, on macOS Catalina 10.15?

Smartcard reader is not recognized by Firefox when accessing DoD websites that require CAC, like https://cyber.mil/ . I've already imported and trusted the DoD root and … (funda kabanzi)

Smartcard reader is not recognized by Firefox when accessing DoD websites that require CAC, like https://cyber.mil/ . I've already imported and trusted the DoD root and intermediate CA certificates.

Safari in macOS Catalina now has first-class, integrated smartcard support.

Asked by erick.yamanaka 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Firefox isn't trusting a replaced user certificate.

I access one TLS URL that's secured by user certificate. I had no problem importing the .p12 certificate into my profile's user certificate store ("Your Certificates"), a… (funda kabanzi)

I access one TLS URL that's secured by user certificate. I had no problem importing the .p12 certificate into my profile's user certificate store ("Your Certificates"), and I could access the URL.

On the TLS URL system, for an unrelated reason, I had to generate a new certificate. My task was to remove the user certificate from my profile's certificate store, and replace with the new certificate.

The replacement was perfect: Delete the old certificate, import the new certificate. Enter the cert password, and see the new certificate, with its new serial ID listed in Firefox's certificate store.

When I try to visit the TLS secured URL, Firefox gives "Secure Connection Failed" and "SEC_ERROR_BAD_SIGNATURE". It says "Peer has an invalid signature."

I'm at a loss how to proceed troubleshooting this.

Asked by NDeMarco 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by dkeeler 4 izinyanga ezidlule

How do I disable Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead for sites with invalid certificates?

How do I disable the warning screens that say "Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead" when I visit sites on my home network (192.168.1.0/24)? Nothing I've tried seems t… (funda kabanzi)

How do I disable the warning screens that say "Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead" when I visit sites on my home network (192.168.1.0/24)? Nothing I've tried seems to work. Thanks, Eric

Asked by eric64 5 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 5 izinyanga ezidlule

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Website keeps asking me to accept cookies - any way to "whitelist" it

Firefox 68. A web site I visit daily always shows a popup asking me to accept cookies ("aceptar y continuar navegando"). It's annoying. In options, I've selected "stand… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox 68. A web site I visit daily always shows a popup asking me to accept cookies ("aceptar y continuar navegando"). It's annoying.

In options, I've selected "standard" for the cookie policy. I've emptied the cache, used the "forget this site" in the history for the web pages where the message pops up, and reloaded Firefox. It still prompts me.

Here's one of the pages it happens on: https://www.antena3.com/series/el-secreto-de-puente-viejo/avances/ Click "avances" or "momentos" and a large black box should pop up on the bottom of the screen, with the "aceptar y continuar navegando" in the lower right in a red rectangle.

Essentially, I want to tell the web site that I accept having cookies and have the web site remember my answer for the future.

Asked by RemySecor 11 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by o.bernegg 5 izinyanga ezidlule

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How watch Netflix in the new version 69.0 of Firefox?

After installing the new version 69.0 of Firefox for ARM64 (KHADAS) I didn't find anymore the option for enabling DRM in the preferences. How I configure this new Firefox… (funda kabanzi)

After installing the new version 69.0 of Firefox for ARM64 (KHADAS) I didn't find anymore the option for enabling DRM in the preferences. How I configure this new Firefox for allowing videos with digital rights?

Asked by keglevich 10 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 6 izinyanga ezidlule