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Firefox crashes (straight up closes without any warning) when I search for terms like: "rogue", "malware", "virus"

I have been having this issue for months now. Every time I search for something which contains terms like "rogue", "malware", "virus" firefox closes without any notice. T… (funda kabanzi)

I have been having this issue for months now. Every time I search for something which contains terms like "rogue", "malware", "virus" firefox closes without any notice. This first happened when I searched these terms on youtube and google.

Is some sort of malware trying to prevent me from searching the term "malware"? Also, there is a similar question here which also states that firefox closes when the term "rogue" is searched for but I can't view that question because every time I try to open the question my firefox crashes because it contains the term "rogue" ...

How do I fix this issue? Please help me out, thanks.

Asked by fourteen 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by Shadow110 1 unyaka odlule

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Download is blocked by message: Public Fox extension download blocked

Wanted to update to newest version but was told it is not possible. Downloading of new version is blocked with message shown in attached screenshot. How to proceed? … (funda kabanzi)

Wanted to update to newest version but was told it is not possible. Downloading of new version is blocked with message shown in attached screenshot. How to proceed?

Asked by Henning Laue 1 unyaka odlule

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start.mozilla.org/firefox reports "your connection is not secure"

After updating to Firefox Quantum 62.0, when I launch the browser I get an insecure connection warning....on the mozilla Firefox start page! Your connection is not secure… (funda kabanzi)

After updating to Firefox Quantum 62.0, when I launch the browser I get an insecure connection warning....on the mozilla Firefox start page!

Your connection is not secure

The owner of start.mozilla.org has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website.

This site uses HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) to specify that Firefox may only connect to it securely. As a result, it is not possible to add an exception for this certificate.

Is Firefox trying to prevent me accessing it's own web page???

Help!

Asked by pljpreston 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by FredMcD 1 unyaka odlule

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Getting "connection not secure" at support.mozilla.org ...

... and every other site I visit (cnn.com, google.com, etc.) How do I fix this, or is an issue with 62.0? I had to use Chrome to even access mozilla.org. I can't get to a… (funda kabanzi)

... and every other site I visit (cnn.com, google.com, etc.) How do I fix this, or is an issue with 62.0? I had to use Chrome to even access mozilla.org. I can't get to any website.

Asked by mtzjack 1 unyaka odlule

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Few month ago firefox become extremely slow!

Few month ago Firefox become extremely slow on one of my PC Windows 10 (Chrome etc works perfect). I have few PC, different operating system and everything is OK with Fir… (funda kabanzi)

Few month ago Firefox become extremely slow on one of my PC Windows 10 (Chrome etc works perfect). I have few PC, different operating system and everything is OK with Firefox except one pc. I followed all fix/improve suggestions, nothing is help. After complete uninstall and new installation of browser (deleting all Firefox folders etc) the browser start working proper (reinstall of browser didn't help, i have complete uninstall it), but after few days the slow issues have back :( Is there some report/log diagnostic file that I can run and send you guys, these problem make me crazy :(

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Hi, Yahoo Secure Search disappeared from my Firefox browser after a Firefox update. Do you know how I can get it back?

Hi, Yahoo Secure Search disappeared from my Firefox browser after a Firefox update. Do you know how I can get it back? McAfee Web Advisor (which I believe secure search c… (funda kabanzi)

Hi,

Yahoo Secure Search disappeared from my Firefox browser after a Firefox update. Do you know how I can get it back?

McAfee Web Advisor (which I believe secure search came with) is enabled and I have added Yahoo Search to the search box but I can’t see how to get Yahoo Secure Search back. I found this very useful because it would flag up dangerous sites in a search list thereby preventing me clicking on them.

Advice appreciated.

Thanks.

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Why can't Firefox open websites but Internet Explorer can?

I use Windows 10 Version 1803(OS Build 17134.228). I use Firefox Quantum 62.0(64-bit). After the most recent update to Firefox, Firefox can no longer open 75% of the we… (funda kabanzi)

I use Windows 10 Version 1803(OS Build 17134.228). I use Firefox Quantum 62.0(64-bit). After the most recent update to Firefox, Firefox can no longer open 75% of the websites I routinely surf. All of the offending websites supposedly have certificates with invalid signatures. Oddly enough, those same websites are no problem to Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera or Microsoft Edge. What are you guys trying to do, Shoot Yourselves in the Foot Again? Get this crap fixed.

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suddenly, firefox takes a long time to open; then although familiar toolbars/bookmarks are there, I cannot reach any website at all(win7).

Chugging along just fine as usual, in the early part of today(using Firefox several times). With Firefox closed, I went to open it and it took ages to open fully. When … (funda kabanzi)

Chugging along just fine as usual, in the early part of today(using Firefox several times). With Firefox closed, I went to open it and it took ages to open fully. When it did open, the familiar toolbars were there, including my Bookmarks toolbar. The Bookmarks toolbar is showing the icons of sites that I have put there, and it is showing my self-created folders on it (containing various website shortcuts etc). The only difference is that the folders are grey instead of yellow. However, nothing is actually HAPPENING. No matter what I click on, I am not reaching any website whatsoever. I cannot actually go anywhere at all with Firefox. My internet connection is working just fine. I can open email software and I can open (and use) Internet Explorer. Why has my Firefox just stopped functioning on my Windows 7 PC? It is Firefox Quantum ESR 60.2.0esr. I am typing this support request on my Windows 10 laptop where Firefox Quantum 62.0 is working ok!

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latest update of mozzila has disabled my Trend maximum security. how do i correct this?

system automatically updated mozzilla firefox on Friday and at that time my wife rceived a message saying firefox was blocking Trend Maximum Security. Since then whenev… (funda kabanzi)

system automatically updated mozzilla firefox on Friday and at that time my wife rceived a message saying firefox was blocking Trend Maximum Security. Since then whenever i turn Trend on it disables .

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TV provider sign-in buttons do nothing when clicked.

When I'm prompted to sign into with my cable provider I cannot select one. Clicking on one does nothing. I've experienced the same thing on ESPN's website when I want t… (funda kabanzi)

When I'm prompted to sign into with my cable provider I cannot select one. Clicking on one does nothing. I've experienced the same thing on ESPN's website when I want to filter a list of scores by conference, for example. The drop down box doesn't respond to whichever option I click on. I've tried clearing my cache and disabling any extensions that may prohibit pop-ups, etc. I've made exceptions for websites and tweaked my anti-virus. Firefox is up to date and I've tried running it in safe mode. Sometimes, randomly it seems, I can sign in with no problem, although the ESPN problem is persistent.

Asked by ssellers14 1 unyaka odlule

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every search in Firefox is blocked by WebRoot for malicious site https://services.srchweb.org

Today, 9/9/18, using the search box in Google (searching everything) on Firefox triggers a warning for malicious site from Webroot. Webroot has blocked the website you … (funda kabanzi)

Today, 9/9/18, using the search box in Google (searching everything) on Firefox triggers a warning for malicious site from Webroot.

Webroot has blocked the website you are trying to access for your protection:(https://services.srchweb.org/crx/search.php?k=croc&action=ds&...) I searched crocs and this is what happened. Detected Spyware/Adware Site This site might contain software that gathers information and tracks activity without the user’s knowledge or explicit consent, or that shows unsolicited popup advertising.

Anything at all that I type into the search box triggers this response - if I use any other browsers I have no problem whatsoever. Just with V62.0 Firefox

Asked by cinada52 1 unyaka odlule

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Firefox updated to version 62.0 and started getting intrusion attempt blocked by Norton

I just started having this issue today after Firefox updated to version 62.0. Norton listed Attacker URL https://reddleops.pro/ciDJ9e6ZbX2.5NI/SRW/QX9fMjjMkRweO/TVI/1VMBS… (funda kabanzi)

I just started having this issue today after Firefox updated to version 62.0. Norton listed Attacker URL https://reddleops.pro/ciDJ9e6ZbX2.5NI/SRW/QX9fMjjMkRweO/TVI/1VMBSd0KyAOiTCAY5fMBz/Y/5/

Network traffic was detected that matches the signature of a known attack. The attack was resulted from C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox.exe.

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Learned that Kaspersky internet security doesn't support firefox. can you tell me the reason, please. Kaspersky didn't have a satisfying answer.

After a last update of Firefox, Kasperksy told me, that firefox websites are not protected by this security software and they force me to use google chrome for to be prot… (funda kabanzi)

After a last update of Firefox, Kasperksy told me, that firefox websites are not protected by this security software and they force me to use google chrome for to be protected. But I want to use firefox because of its tracking protection and privacy sites. Is there any reason to bar Mozilla from protecting. In former times there was an add-on, which doesn't exist any longer.

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