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Why one earth are you [removed] with my life. Where are my [removed] passwords. You useless piece of [removed]. I WANT MY PASSWORDS BACK. Hannes Sveinsson … (funda kabanzi)

Why one earth are you [removed] with my life. Where are my [removed] passwords. You useless piece of [removed]. I WANT MY PASSWORDS BACK.


Hannes Sveinsson

Asked by hsveinsson70 15 amahora adlule

Last reply by Paul 13 amahora adlule

Profile suggests a user by my my “name” already exists. How may I ensure I am not creating a duplicate?

I have just logged in anew. Firefox has offered to create a new “profile”. I chose a profile name I am sure I have used before. Firefox claims a user (profile) by that na… (funda kabanzi)

I have just logged in anew. Firefox has offered to create a new “profile”. I chose a profile name I am sure I have used before. Firefox claims a user (profile) by that name “already exists”. How may I “re-unite with my lost self”? I refuse to use Firefox again until a logical and reasonable login process is established. I shall delete what seems to be a “new account” and use other browsers.

Asked by albopf1 3 amahora adlule

Last reply by cor-el 3 amahora adlule

I changed a password but don't know what the mask did or maybe that wasn't the problem. but my email provider doesn't let me in

I can't get to them. it's an email provider called tutanota it's encrypted email. I just changed the password and didn't save it in firefox so what is stored there is the… (funda kabanzi)

I can't get to them. it's an email provider called tutanota it's encrypted email. I just changed the password and didn't save it in firefox so what is stored there is the old one. I changed that about 2 hours ago but I don't know if that mask creator created some other info or what and now I can't access my email. can you help me? they don't have support for free users. please, I can't lose that account, I use it for work

Asked by noskynetno 3 amahora adlule

Last reply by Dropa 1 ihora elidlule

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SCRPRIME>COM

i get a pop up regarding URL scrprime.com threat has been protected by my virus detection. how can i remove it? I get this every time i open firefox browser … (funda kabanzi)

i get a pop up regarding URL scrprime.com threat has been protected by my virus detection. how can i remove it? I get this every time i open firefox browser

Asked by ckoback 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by cor-el 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

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Do I have to get Microsoft's Edge if I am 100 % satisfy with Firefox. I think I'm being bully to get Edge.

Today I found out that Many apps on my system work in the background and slowing down my machine. I enlisted the consulting assistants of an expert and was told that the … (funda kabanzi)

Today I found out that Many apps on my system work in the background and slowing down my machine. I enlisted the consulting assistants of an expert and was told that the biggest are Adobe and Microsoft. I had a cleaning done to my system and the results were amazing. I disable Apps I didn't need, uninstall App I did not use in a long time and disable services that did not provided me with any substantive experience or improvement in productivity. The results were amazing. My system was running faster than I have ever seen it run, including the first year after I purchase it. Well, about 2 hours later, I got this notification from Microsoft saying that I have to enable these optional services because Edge would make it better for me to serve the web and have a custom experience and get tailored adds based on my activity. If I had a choice I would pick No Adds. After I read their notification that I had difficulty reading and understanding little of it, I felt pressure to signed up with Edge as my browser. These services were eating my resources like there was no tomorrow and were effecting my productivity level. Microsoft's notification included a screen shot of the changes I did today in my settings with the disable buttons in Privacy and Personalization areas. I have all the required setting about diagnostics, etc. enabled, is there anything I can do to prevent them from using me like a cheap prostitute? Can they shot my account down for that? Is there any other OS providers I could get?

Asked by Agnostos 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

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Old versions of passwords, how to make Firefox replace password instead of creating an extra copy of login and password

I don't want Firefox to store all my passwords from the past, for some sites where I change password a lot it keeps 4-5 versions of the same login with different passwor… (funda kabanzi)

I don't want Firefox to store all my passwords from the past, for some sites where I change password a lot it keeps 4-5 versions of the same login with different passwords and dates. How to stop this madness?

Asked by vladimiruso 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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Can't connect to conferences in browser

I am not able to join my universities online classes through Firefox. I thought it might be just an issue with the unis conference service, but I tried discord as well a… (funda kabanzi)

I am not able to join my universities online classes through Firefox. I thought it might be just an issue with the unis conference service, but I tried discord as well and it's the same problem. Stuff I have tried: look into the permissions options and resdet the permissions (didn't even ask me for pemission again), check if the "block new requests" is marked (never was), didn't help launching firefox in trobleshoot mode to see if it's one of the addons that is the root of my problem, but it didn't change anything.

The only thing that helped was to reset Firefox, but that only fixes it temorarily (about 3 days). After that it reverted back to not letting me join calls. Now I could keep resetting my broweser every three day, but that's a bit bothersome.

Asked by martingraf.1998 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

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Security Question

I just sent an e-mail to someone at a company that handles my finances and I immediately got an ad in my Yahoo mail from a company called BeenVerified asking if I wanted … (funda kabanzi)

I just sent an e-mail to someone at a company that handles my finances and I immediately got an ad in my Yahoo mail from a company called BeenVerified asking if I wanted to know more information about the person I sent the e-mail to. This is very unsettling. I don't know if it is really related to Firefox, or Yahoo Mail, or the fact that I had an account with BeenVerified in the recent past which I cancelled sometime back.

Is there a possibility that the security settings within Firefox can be changed to stop such a thing?

Thank you for your time!!!

Alan

Asked by sufrido 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by ·´¯`·...¸>-)))º> ~dbben 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox shortcut with VPN option on

Hello, sorry for my English. I would like sometimes to launch Firefox behind VPN. I can indeed do it by using options manually, it works perfectly. All along my search, I… (funda kabanzi)

Hello, sorry for my English. I would like sometimes to launch Firefox behind VPN. I can indeed do it by using options manually, it works perfectly. All along my search, I have found that a private mode launcher can be made ("C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -private-window). Is there any similar instruction, but for a Firefox manual VPN option activate ? Thank you for your attention.

Asked by heaqks 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by ·´¯`·...¸>-)))º> ~dbben 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox lost all my logins

Firefox lost all my logins/passwords. This happened last year and now it happens again. I've tried to find the old logins.json file and of course it does not work with it… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox lost all my logins/passwords. This happened last year and now it happens again. I've tried to find the old logins.json file and of course it does not work with it. It is empty. I'm using linux and there is no problem with any antivirus, it is simply a Firefox 'classical' error!

WHY is this happening? What is in the mind of the programmer responsible for this error? I can't understand why is he unable to keep a single file intact?

Why Mozilla is blaming the user for not having a backup. Firefox is messing this file, not the user! Why don't you fix Firefox and stop blaming the user? Why don't you simply FIX THE PROBLEM? You are "working on it" for years. Is it rocket science to JUST LET THE FILE ALONE?

Asked by ogv41564 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by ·´¯`·...¸>-)))º> ~dbben 1 unyaka odlule

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proxy always on

hello, i searched a bit and refreshed FF, started in FF in safe mode(currently in safe mode), shifted to work offline then shifted back, as possible solutions. No proxy … (funda kabanzi)

hello, i searched a bit and refreshed FF, started in FF in safe mode(currently in safe mode), shifted to work offline then shifted back, as possible solutions. No proxy is selected in network preferences. All that did was make it so whatsmyip.com now says no proxy when it said proxy in use before. it's showing las vegas as my location this time. My real location is hawaii and all my other browsers show this. The "problem" is months old. I have to verify that im not a robot regularly, and certain sites give an error 403, (iirc), but work fine with safari because it isn't using a proxy. Is it possible there is some sort of malware causing this? mac os10.12.6 FF88.0.1 (64bit)

Asked by daverodgers108 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

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Specific Firefox process has very high CPU usage, causing my system to stay constantly spiked at 100% (and consequently get very hot)

This is being categorized as privacy and security issues since every other search I've done for such issues point to plugins or datamining/cryptomining viruses. I've done… (funda kabanzi)

This is being categorized as privacy and security issues since every other search I've done for such issues point to plugins or datamining/cryptomining viruses. I've done every possible scan for my system for viruses and nothing popped up, I've browsed Explorer manually for all the files and any possible anomalies, and nothing strange has come up.

I've attached an image of the specific process that is doing this. I would like actual help, not just "check your plugins" or "run an AV scan" or something of that sort. If it's an obvious troubleshooting step, I've already tried it to no avail. Not trying to be rude, I just don't like "support experts" that give super obvious advice when it's clear the asker already has knowledge of it.

Some further clarifications:

  • Once ended through task manager, the process does not run again until I reboot my computer.
  • Forcing it to shut down through the task manager does not close my firefox if it's open, nor does it affect it in any functional way from my observations. This process is seemingly entirely useless, which only further raises suspicion.

Asked by Revontulet 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

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The new tab now but the "search google or enter address" puts the http in the place to move to it.

This is a security problem. Checking emails I often suspect a spam so I do the inspect to find the URL that they want you to go to. But on Google I can inspect it using… (funda kabanzi)

This is a security problem. Checking emails I often suspect a spam so I do the inspect to find the URL that they want you to go to. But on Google I can inspect it using the search of the URL and not move to the URL. But on the Firefox new tab it seems like I'm supposed to go to the spam website as I'm not to search the URL, just go to it.

So is there a way to change this?

And oh yeah I did finally figure out that the older computer (that Microsoft killed with an update) kind of made some of the problems I had before using Firefox. And now I'm back to really liking it. So again is there a way to stop the Firefox new tab from forcing me to go to the spam URL? Over all I can ignore it and just use Google home page. Thanks if you know how to stop that.

Asked by IAmThatStrange 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by Franz_von_Suppe 1 unyaka odlule