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unable to load images from www.yu7ef.com

unable to load images from www.yu7ef.com with https added the web site does not work. I used to be able to just type www.yu7ef.com and it worked. how can I fix what you … (funda kabanzi)

unable to load images from www.yu7ef.com with https added the web site does not work. I used to be able to just type www.yu7ef.com and it worked. how can I fix what you broke. typical programmers can't leave well enough alone just have to break what is working for the majority of users

Asked by greg5ta 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

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Looking for a solution/work around to the new FF protocols which do not allow exceptions

Looking for a solution/work around to the new FF protocols which REFUSE exceptions, which has cut me off from streaming from LEGITIMATE web sites like https://news.stlpub… (funda kabanzi)

Looking for a solution/work around to the new FF protocols which REFUSE exceptions, which has cut me off from streaming from LEGITIMATE web sites like https://news.stlpublicradio.org/ and other sites as well.

I have used FireFox since Netscape, but am now using Chrome which works fine.

Security is great, but when the security Trumps the ability to actually USE the web sites, then how is that different than just blocking the "offending" website.

You should ask yourselves why the FF market share is so low.

You guys need to come out of the clouds and smell the digital earth where most of us dwell. I love you all for what you do, but you seem to be blowing it. Please get it together.

Asked by BertD FireFox 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

Are disable Add-ons really disable?

I've installed lots of add-ons thru out the years and when I'm not using them, or just didn't like them, I just go to the "Add-ons" settings and press on "disable" thinki… (funda kabanzi)

I've installed lots of add-ons thru out the years and when I'm not using them, or just didn't like them, I just go to the "Add-ons" settings and press on "disable" thinking that's the end of the story. But I've become more privacy and security concerned as time passes and now I'm wondering if I should delete all the add-ons that I no longer have any use for, (and some useful ones but are very sketchy).

What I mean is that some add-ons "require" permission to everything you do in your web browser "to work properly" and well that's beyond sketchy. I recently used an old add-on and realized it worked perfectly even after over 2 years of it being disable, I mean even after multiple firefox updates. I realized that the add-on had "automatic updates" turned on so... even disabled it was updating in the background... therefore it was somewhat active.

Now I'm wondering if all of this sketchy add-ons that I've installed thru out the years that need all kinds of weird "permissions" like access to well... -everything- (passwords, history, credit cards, etc...) have been collecting all this data even after I disable them years ago?

Asked by Oh no 3 emasontweni adlule

Last reply by TyDraniu 3 emasontweni adlule

Firefox 98 for Windows

How can I prevent websites from tracking my mouse cursor? I was searching for the question for a long time and couldn't find any answers. Basically. I open a site, I want… (funda kabanzi)

How can I prevent websites from tracking my mouse cursor? I was searching for the question for a long time and couldn't find any answers.

Basically. I open a site, I want to click on Back or close the tab and it sends a pop up like "wait, don't go!" etc.

Any ideas? I think about extension or option in settings/configs.

I guess like my question is very unique or was skipped by search engines.

I hope for help.

Asked by kanhuto 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 isonto elidlule

Firefox prevents opening links I select such as utility bills

Any site I go to such as my utility companies that have a link for me to open and view my bill while logged into my online account are prevented from opening by Firefox. … (funda kabanzi)

Any site I go to such as my utility companies that have a link for me to open and view my bill while logged into my online account are prevented from opening by Firefox. Their help articles define the pop-up window as a window that opens automatically. That is not what I'm talking about. I am selecting the link. I am giving the site permission to open the window. It is not automatic. Google Chrome, Microsoft edge, no other browser has this problem. please help.

Asked by mike7771 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 isonto elidlule

Why does nothing remember this browser?

The password manaer and autofill works just fine. but every damn time I try to log into anything I have to do the F-ing two factor authentication everytime. I'm so sick o… (funda kabanzi)

The password manaer and autofill works just fine. but every damn time I try to log into anything I have to do the F-ing two factor authentication everytime. I'm so sick of it. It even does that even though I selected "trust this browser or device or whatever". I hate 2FA I dont care how secure it is its a pain in the ass!!!

Asked by jrocco727 11 amahora adlule

Last reply by FredMcD 10 amahora adlule

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<Home page being hijacked>

Even I have already set my home page as www.google.com (or even blank page), my browser is still directed to this website: https://www.newduba.cn/?f=qd_foxdh&ft=gjloc… (funda kabanzi)

Even I have already set my home page as www.google.com (or even blank page), my browser is still directed to this website: https://www.newduba.cn/?f=qd_foxdh&ft=gjlock&--type=0&pid=1000

I have reinstalled the browser but nth changed. Appreciated if anyone provides help! Thanks :)

Asked by rice_kong 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by McCoy 1 unyaka odlule

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LiveJournal

Hi! I'm representing LiveJournal and I'd like to clarify the recent security concerns. We consider security our main priority and are constantly paying particular attent… (funda kabanzi)

Hi!

I'm representing LiveJournal and I'd like to clarify the recent security concerns.

We consider security our main priority and are constantly paying particular attention to it when developing new features and updating old ones. Within the past 8 years we have:

- switched to HTTPS for all pages; - improved password storage mechanics; - implemented suspicious activity detecting system which tracks and block suspicious logins; - maintained monitoring for vulnerabilities both within LiveJournal's code and third-party software employed by us; - recommended all of our users to update their passwords at least once per 6 months and to use different passwords for different services; - we have also disabled passwords that haven't been updated for several years.

You may find the details in official LJ new channel - https://news.livejournal.com/155859.html

We are keeping track of the information distributed in the Internet and want our users to feel safe. That’s why we kindly ask you to stop showing security alert to Firefox browser users about their LiveJournal accounts security.

Thank you.

Asked by sergey.talykov 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

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How to reopen popup window in a firefox container

Hello folks I am using Firefox containers & Firefox add-ons. some add-ons require me to login using my email. so it pops up a window without a url without the target … (funda kabanzi)

Hello folks I am using Firefox containers & Firefox add-ons. some add-ons require me to login using my email. so it pops up a window without a url without the target container. where I'm already logged in.

Asked by khaled.medhat 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by yogyta kalwar 1 unyaka odlule

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Google privacy notice

Tonight when I tried to get onto Firefox it took about 5minutes or so before the site came up which is unusual because it normally comes up immediately and it is faster t… (funda kabanzi)

Tonight when I tried to get onto Firefox it took about 5minutes or so before the site came up which is unusual because it normally comes up immediately and it is faster than my previous browser which was Google Chrome. When it did finally show on the screen a site called "Linked in" came up and sent a message saying that it was sorry for any problems that I was having. The another icon came up on the Firefox homepage saying that it had block a social network. Then a privacy notice from Google came up and asked me to agree to all its privacy settings. I am not sure whether I should agree to the privacy settings or whether the other messages are linked in some way. Regards Mark

Asked by mark196 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 unyaka odlule

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Log in of Banking software does not work

The Log in of my banking software does not work any more under Fire Fox. I tried with MS Explorer with the same Log in Data and got in without any problem. There must be … (funda kabanzi)

The Log in of my banking software does not work any more under Fire Fox. I tried with MS Explorer with the same Log in Data and got in without any problem. There must be something adjusted in Firefox, which does not allow me to join in, but what I do not know.

Any Idea ? I suppose it is the security adjustment. Thanks in advance!

Asked by georg16 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by McCoy 1 unyaka odlule

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how to reinstal deleated tokins?

OK I was stupid! In an attempt to clean up my windows 10 firefox settings I deleated all the tokins I didnt recognize, that was a lot if not most of them as I have never … (funda kabanzi)

OK I was stupid!

In an attempt to clean up my windows 10 firefox settings I deleated all the tokins I didnt recognize, that was a lot if not most of them as I have never heard of their names.

Now Firefox will not open any page, saved, history or new always giving the ful page error message (attached).

Please help. I like Firefox, rather a lot but Im typing this on Microsoft Edge!!

Thank you ( I hope)

Asked by mervynthree 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox Setting

Harris County Library put up a new website https://www.hcpl.net/blog/2019/08/welcome-new-hcplnet Using Firefox the site never recognizes my PIN. I have to always go to… (funda kabanzi)

Harris County Library put up a new website

https://www.hcpl.net/blog/2019/08/welcome-new-hcplnet

Using Firefox the site never recognizes my PIN. I have to always go to my email and re-enter a PIN. Using Safari I don't have this problem and I don't need to go through this procedure.

What can I do in my preferred browser, Firefox, to get it to recognize my library PIN?

Very much appreciate any help you may have. THANKS

Asked by utexex 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox security

Hello! Today my PC updated to Windows 10, version 1903, build 18362.900. With the startup it introduced me to the "All new Microsoft Edge". I really wanted to use this br… (funda kabanzi)

Hello! Today my PC updated to Windows 10, version 1903, build 18362.900.

With the startup it introduced me to the "All new Microsoft Edge". I really wanted to use this browser for just work and nothing more, and wanted to keep my personal stuff in firefox as my main browser. However, I was unpleasantly surprised to see all my saved accounts and passwords, bookmarks in the "ALL NEW MICROSOFT EDGE". I know it's not Mozilla's fault for doing that (well not sure). However, little warning, that some browser that has nothing to do with firefox, is trying to access my data would've been nice, rather than just taking all my stuff and mixing it together. I believe this is a very, very bad security flaw and needs attention! You can't just give away my data like that. What if it was a malware or adware doing it without even asking? (not that edge is any different)

Yes, I probably 'have agreed' to get my stuff ported there, but I honestly did not expect something like that to happen without any warning on the Firefox browser's side.

I'm sorry, but as a firefox user for like 16 years, I am very disappointed.

Thanks for your time reading this.

Asked by todor_tm 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by McCoy 1 unyaka odlule