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My work app/website does not allow encryption; how do I add permissions to access it

My work app/website does not allow encryption; how do I add permissions to access it. I have previously accessed it 311 times from this computer but could not from yester… (funda kabanzi)

My work app/website does not allow encryption; how do I add permissions to access it.

I have previously accessed it 311 times from this computer but could not from yesterday.

I cannot find how to add permissions to allow this website.

Asked by rmbaral 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Firefox browser restore previous session after crash

Hi, I'm trying to disable the "restore previous session including tabs" after crash feature. I've disabled the "Restore previous session" check from the general configura… (funda kabanzi)

Hi, I'm trying to disable the "restore previous session including tabs" after crash feature.

I've disabled the "Restore previous session" check from the general configuration panel.

I've changed the following values from the about:config panel: browser.sessionstore.max_resumed_crashes = 0 browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash = false

However after a restart or shutdown, Firefox still shows up the tabs from the previous session.

I'm using Ubuntu 18.04 OS.

Could someone please help me with this?

Perhaps this feature is useful for some people, but for me it's extremely annoying; plus I really like Firefox and don't wanna change browsers.

Thanks!

Asked by pmgesualdi 2 izinyanga ezidlule

trackers

When I use my McAfee anti-virus full protection software to remove trackers, all trackers are removed from my browsers (Microsoft edge, chrome, etc) except for Mozilla Fi… (funda kabanzi)

When I use my McAfee anti-virus full protection software to remove trackers, all trackers are removed from my browsers (Microsoft edge, chrome, etc) except for Mozilla Firefox. I always have 222 trackers not removed from my Firefox browser after every cleaning. Gosh even chrome does a better job than Mozilla Firefox. This is getting really creepy. Anyone's assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Asked by bvrl.wllms 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Content Security Policy in Firefox

Hi, we have encountered with the CSP issue in Firefox: We have the following CSP <meta> tag in our application: <meta http-equiv="Content-Security-Policy" conte… (funda kabanzi)

Hi, we have encountered with the CSP issue in Firefox:

We have the following CSP <meta> tag in our application:

<meta http-equiv="Content-Security-Policy" content="default-src 'self';

                  script-src  'self' 'unsafe-eval';
                  style-src 'self' 'unsafe-inline';
                  base-uri 'self';
                  frame-src 'self';
                  media-src 'self';
                  navigate-to 'self';
                  form-action 'self';
                  object-src 'none';
                  connect-src 'self'">

As you see, we did not specified 'unsafe-inline' nor in script-src, nor in default-src. Which means that inline scripts like <script>alert(1)</script> should not be allowed to execute. But it still works in Firefox and we get an alert popup.

In Chrome and Edge the policy works fine, and blocks the script execution.

Please assist on the issue.

With respect, Victorz

Asked by victorz1 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Permissions section of Site Information panel is wrong?

Firefox 86.0b2, Windows 10 build 19041 I browse in permanent private mode, strict enhanced security. When I logout of gmail, the permissions icon appears in the Site Info… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox 86.0b2, Windows 10 build 19041

I browse in permanent private mode, strict enhanced security.

When I logout of gmail, the permissions icon appears in the Site Info panel, image attached. When I choose X, the icon disappears; it says "a refresh might be necessary". When i refresh, the icon is back. No google cookie is listed in "Cookies and site data"

I refreshed firefox, reapplied my preferences. Problem persists.

I first noticed it this afternoon; it does not happen with Firefox 85, same privacy settings.

Is there something I can do to change this behaviour?

Thanks.

-merina

Asked by merina 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Lost my passwords and logins

I was trying to ensure 3rd party cookies were enabled as I was unable to enter my topcashback account on FireFox I was not to sure how to do this as I am not not computer… (funda kabanzi)

I was trying to ensure 3rd party cookies were enabled as I was unable to enter my topcashback account on FireFox I was not to sure how to do this as I am not not computer savey and now it seems I have lost all my automatic logins and passwords, please can you help

Asked by anthonygreen59 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Firefox won't let me reset a password

I got emailed a password reset link from a third-party website but I keep getting told my new password is too long, even when I create one with two keystrokes. I suspect … (funda kabanzi)

I got emailed a password reset link from a third-party website but I keep getting told my new password is too long, even when I create one with two keystrokes.

I suspect the problem may be Firefox remembered the old password and is reinserting it. I've gone to settings and disabled Save Logins and Passwords but the problem persists.

Asked by Duncan 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Privacy/ tos

hii, was asking that..if i set the security level as strict...which i think blocks trackers, cookies, scripts...is that against some website's Terms Of Service? like am … (funda kabanzi)

hii, was asking that..if i set the security level as strict...which i think blocks trackers, cookies, scripts...is that against some website's Terms Of Service? like am not using any ad blockers etc...its just the Firefox security level which is set to strict... In short I was asking that are blocking scripts on sites like YouTube or other websites get our accounts banned?

Asked by Shaun 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Security problem

I have problem with Poshukach.com , it automaticly installed on my PC and it ruins my UX of serfing with Firefox. I just cannot use the browser and I cannot delet it, but… (funda kabanzi)

I have problem with Poshukach.com , it automaticly installed on my PC and it ruins my UX of serfing with Firefox. I just cannot use the browser and I cannot delet it, but I even do not know where this program came from

Asked by illichkot43 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Using OS authentication for Credit Cards and Logins

In an answer to this question: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1318109#answer-1376159 cor-el warned that using OS authentication (like TouchID on a Mac with … (funda kabanzi)

In an answer to this question: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1318109#answer-1376159 cor-el warned that using OS authentication (like TouchID on a Mac with Touchbar) for passwords instead of a Primary Password is actually not really safe because apparently it doesn't encrypt logins in logins.json and it would be possible to extract them by running: prompt("Logins",JSON.stringify(Services.logins.getAllLogins())); Now I am a bit worried and confused because for storing Credit Cards the default is, of course, using OS authentication (I don't think there's an option to set a password instead). Is that safe, i.e., is the credit card information encrypted (even without a Primary Password)?

And if so, would anybody be able to explain the differences between these two approaches and why it's not possible to use OS authentication with logins/passwords in a safe way but it is with Credit Cards?

Asked by Jan 2 izinyanga ezidlule

False positives when signing on to https sites - "HTTP error"

Examples, when signing on to the NWS website: <https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=34.23182743359024&lon=-118.46614174944148#.WDGsZfkrLs0> get false p… (funda kabanzi)

Examples, when signing on to the NWS website: <https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=34.23182743359024&lon=-118.46614174944148#.WDGsZfkrLs0>

get false positive alert "going to HTTP site."

This also occurs periodically when launching other pages from the NWS server, example:

<https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/total_forecast/getprod.php?afos=afdlox&wfo=lox&new>

Not always, but often.

Asked by Robert 2 izinyanga ezidlule

"Don’t enable HTTPS-Only Mode" not working

My solar inverter, on my local wi-fi network, has an http:// web page for accessing graphs, stats and settings. Firefox 85.0 (64-bit) will not allow me to access this dev… (funda kabanzi)

My solar inverter, on my local wi-fi network, has an http:// web page for accessing graphs, stats and settings.

Firefox 85.0 (64-bit) will not allow me to access this device, always changing http: to https:, without giving me the option to 'accept the risk and continue', only 'Try again'. I cannot find any way to get around this and access the device.

In the FF options, I have "Don’t enable HTTPS-Only Mode" selected, but it is obviously not working.

How can I access my inverter's web pages?

Thanks, Daniel

Asked by dfnojunk 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Ports don't work after updating Firefox to 85.0

After updating to version 85.0 Firefox refuses to connect to some ports that are used in my private network. It shows this message: "This address uses a network port whic… (funda kabanzi)

After updating to version 85.0 Firefox refuses to connect to some ports that are used in my private network. It shows this message:

"This address uses a network port which is normally used for purposes other than Web browsing. Firefox has cancelled the request for your protection."

These ports have been working successfully for five years. They still work in other browsers.

I found old resolutions for similar issues, using "about:config" but it seems they do not apply to this version.

Neither can I find anything in the Options UI to turn off such feature.

Is this done deliberately or an unfortunate mistake?

Caius

Asked by Caius S 2 izinyanga ezidlule

How to COMPLETELY disable screen sharing and microphone access?

As a privacy-conscious person, I find some of Firefox's new features disturbing. Bad enough that Firefox can share my clipboard with sites (hopefully disabled by setting … (funda kabanzi)

As a privacy-conscious person, I find some of Firefox's new features disturbing.

Bad enough that Firefox can share my clipboard with sites (hopefully disabled by setting dom.event.clipboardevents.enabled to FALSE).

But I've learned that Firefox can now capture my screen and share that with sites! What a privacy nightmare - one bug and the entire world sees my most personal documents! And if I had a microphone or camera plugged in, Firefox could share that too!

Please could someone tell me what is the most absolute, thorough way to disable these horrible features at the top level, so that they could NEVER be allowed to operate, not even by a bug?

Asked by MartyJames 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last Used date in Saved Passwords

I have been going through my saved passwords to clean things up. I noticed on some of them that the "Last Used" date is very recent, which makes no sense as these are ver… (funda kabanzi)

I have been going through my saved passwords to clean things up. I noticed on some of them that the "Last Used" date is very recent, which makes no sense as these are very old accounts that I haven't used in ages.

Does anyone know how the "Last Used" date works? Is it the last time that password was used regardless of the computer, of is it supposed to be just when it was used on my computer? Should I be concerned that someone is using my passwords?

Thanks for your help/

Asked by drypelia 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Lockwise won't always ask to save changed passwords

I've been suffering with this for a while now and I think I've about had enough with this new password manager. Using Developer version btw. How do I get this Crockwise … (funda kabanzi)

I've been suffering with this for a while now and I think I've about had enough with this new password manager. Using Developer version btw.


How do I get this Crockwise password manager to ALWAYS ask to save CHANGED passwords where it already has a password saved?


The old password manager worked fine. You typed in a login and a password and it asked to save and you could choose to or not to. That still works. Then when it came time to change that password it would ask to save the change. This sometimes works with the current versions but mostly doesn't.

The big issue it would appear is that lockwise cannot handle sites where you have more than one login to the same site. A pretty massive bug IMO.

A good example is login.microsoft.com or portal.azure.com where there may be multiple active directory accounts for the same domain or even different domains. Work and Home plus anywhere that gives you a microsoft cloud managed account in order to access their services which is very common in the business world.

The old password manager could handle this without any issues. This new one is a piece of garbage and never should have been implemented.

How do I get this Crockwise password manager to ALWAYS ask to save CHANGED passwords where it already has a password saved?

Asked by firefoxsucks1 2 izinyanga ezidlule