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Widevine crashes every time I visit Netflix or Amazon

I'm on Arch Linux and recently updated Firefox to version 73.0 through pacman. I got no errors and Firefox works fine. Except that Widevine crashes whenever I visit Netfl… (funda kabanzi)

I'm on Arch Linux and recently updated Firefox to version 73.0 through pacman. I got no errors and Firefox works fine. Except that Widevine crashes whenever I visit Netflix or Amazon. I tried removing the plugin and reinstalling it, reinstalling Firefox and starting Firefox in safe mode. If anyone knows a solution to my problem your help would be much appreciated!

Asked by Quirinbrunner 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by Quirinbrunner 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox 74.0 (64-bit) for Ubuntu. Music Library asks me to update but this is latest version. Unable to get around update firefox pop up from Amazon.

Installed latest version of firefox 74.0 (64-bit). Logged into Amazon. Went to music library. Spun for a bit. Pop up comes up that browser is no longer supported and upda… (funda kabanzi)

Installed latest version of firefox 74.0 (64-bit). Logged into Amazon. Went to music library. Spun for a bit. Pop up comes up that browser is no longer supported and update. I am on the latest version 74.0 (64-bit). I've removed and re-installed a few times to no avail. Are there other non standard libraries I need to install ?

Asked by Ludwig P 1 unyaka odlule

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Why Firefox enforces by default extensions like Amazon, Bing, eBay, Google ?

It's a simple question: Why Firefox enforces by default extensions like Amazon, Bing, eBay, Google ? What really these extensions do? Paradox#1: Firefox enforces to use t… (funda kabanzi)

It's a simple question: Why Firefox enforces by default extensions like Amazon, Bing, eBay, Google ? What really these extensions do?

Paradox#1: Firefox enforces to use those totally insecurity and unreliable companies! Paradox #2: Firefox don't even show those extensions mentioned above! Paradox #3: Even when I remove them from "Options->Search Engines" these ones keep being enabled and hidden! Paradox #4: Third party program needed to manage those Firefox hidden extensions! I Disable all above extensions by "CCleaner" and: Paradox #5: they comes back by default in every Firefox damn update!

I wish I'm wrong I would pleased if someone explain in an article, or even in few words, why all those. I think Mozilla should detailed explain.

Thanks in advance and Sorry for my English.

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How do I unblock sites that are falsely listed as a suspected XSS attack?

I have recently had an issue in which I went over to Amazon, only to have firefox claim that there was an attempt at a cross site scripting ("XSS") attack. I normally jus… (funda kabanzi)

I have recently had an issue in which I went over to Amazon, only to have firefox claim that there was an attempt at a cross site scripting ("XSS") attack. I normally just set these to be blocked, as I usually find it better to err on the side of caution when I see that popup. However, this appears to be a false positive, as now I cannot use Amazon's 'look inside' feature when I use the site. As this supposed XSS warning was the only thing that recently cropped up, I have to assume that this is why this piece of Amazon's website isn't functioning properly. How do I check on what I have blocked and how do I unblock anything that has since been discovered to be a false positive?

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Saved Login Info EDITED BY FIREFOX

We do NOT sign is at Amazon.com...we sign into to Amazon at their sign-in address of https://www.amazon.com/ap/signin So why does Firefox overwrite/edit-back-to/ default-… (funda kabanzi)

We do NOT sign is at Amazon.com...we sign into to Amazon at their sign-in address of https://www.amazon.com/ap/signin

So why does Firefox overwrite/edit-back-to/ default-to Amazon.com., and then the saved password is worthless?? Thanks so much, Paul

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