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Was there an Firefox update yesterday? My greasemonkey scripts do not work today.

I play a game on glb.warriorgeneral.com and I have greasemonkey scripts that are made for it. Yesterday morning they were working fine and then when I came back yesterda… (funda kabanzi)

I play a game on glb.warriorgeneral.com and I have greasemonkey scripts that are made for it. Yesterday morning they were working fine and then when I came back yesterday evening they no longer work and haven't since. My computer was left on so I didn't know if there is some kind of update that happened while I was away. Is there a way to check into this? I tried to disable them and enable them again but still nothing.

Asked by zerfo 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Seburo 5 iminyaka edlule

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Session recovery files are not opening

Hello everybody. I'm having trouble loading back-uped session after Firefox didn't load opened tabs. I have made a copy of whole folder called 'session-store backups' and… (funda kabanzi)

Hello everybody. I'm having trouble loading back-uped session after Firefox didn't load opened tabs. I have made a copy of whole folder called 'session-store backups' and have these files:

previous.js

recovery.bak

recovery.js

upgrade.js-20160604131506

upgrade.js-20160623154057

upgrade.js-20160823121617

Following instructions I found on this site I copied each file to profile folder and renamed to 'sessionstore.js' with no firefox running. This method worked only with 'upgrade.js-xxx' files however 'upgrade.js-xxx' files contain only half tabs I have in other files. How can I load other files then? Why Firefox is not loading them?

Asked by ACTIVECOLORS 4 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by ACTIVECOLORS 4 iminyaka edlule

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the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.

I have a Analytics company i support who follows PCI standards and disabled all insecure web cypher's including TLS 1.1 and they are using a RSA 256 with a bit strength o… (funda kabanzi)

I have a Analytics company i support who follows PCI standards and disabled all insecure web cypher's including TLS 1.1 and they are using a RSA 256 with a bit strength of 2048 SSL certificate. All Sites broke when after the Server cypher lock down. All other web browsers work fine. Qualys says our Certificate is fine and it passes PCI. They are using the latest Firefox 60.0.1 (64-bit)

I've trolled Mozilla Support site and unable to find and insights into this odd issue. Sorry if this has been answered on any other ticket!

Thanks,

Asked by Shoey2u 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Shadow110 3 iminyaka edlule