On both my Windows 10 machine and my Windows 7 machine, I am using Firefox Quantum 62.0.2 and the information at Tools>Add-on>Extensions says that McAfee WebAdvisor…
On both my Windows 10 machine and my Windows 7 machine, I am using Firefox Quantum 62.0.2 and the information at Tools>Add-on>Extensions says that McAfee WebAdvisor 220.127.116.11 is enabled.
I get the McAfee WebAdvisor green icons to show up for a Google search on my Windows 10 machine. However, I cannot get them to show up for a Google search on my Windows 7 machine.
Why do I get the green icons in a Firefox Google search on the Windows 10 machine, but I do not get them on the same search on the Windows 7 machine??? Google is a default search engine for Firefox on both machines.
I might add that I get the green icons for a Bing search on both the Windows 7 and the Windows 10 machine. Bing is also a default search engine on both machines. But, only Windows 10, and not Windows 7, will show the green icons in a Google search. This is strange!! What can I do to get them to show up in the Firefox browser Google search on Windows 7??
I read a post there dated 9/21/2018 that said Firefox 62 doesn’t support WebAdvisor. But that doesn’t seem to be true, 1) McAfee WebAdvisor is listed as an add-on; 2) I get the green icons when I do a Bing Search on my Windows 7, and I get the green icons when I do a Bing search AND a Google search on my Windows 10. It’s only a Google search on Windows 7 that does not produce them. What can I do to get them to show up for a Google search in Windows 7?
Why does my audio not return after ads finish while streaming fox news on firefox quantum version 62.0
When I stream Fox news, after the ads run between segments I lose my audio when the program resumes.
Is there a way to fix the bookmarks in V62? They don't move properly when you try making it hard to arrange folders, etc..
I was previously on v. 57 I think. I upgraded to v. 62 and now the bookmarks don't work properly. If I try to rearrange them, they won't always move where I want them …
I was previously on v. 57 I think. I upgraded to v. 62 and now the bookmarks don't work properly. If I try to rearrange them, they won't always move where I want them to. For instance, I have a folder and I want to move it two folder lower. I'll try to move it, and it'll stay right there. If I move the folder 8 spaces lower, then it'll move down one or two spaces. The same thing happens when I make separators, everything. Sometimes if I'm moving something from a lower position to a higher one it'll work correctly, sometimes. Moving from a higher position to lower seems to not work almost all of the time.
Okay, I just tried it again and it seems to be working for now. For the past two to three days it hasn't so I'll still post this to see if anyone has any help for if it starts up again.
On Firefox 60/62, I am seeing a mismatch of images being used for icons shown on the tabs and those shown for saved bookmarks. So far, I am only seeing this on the MDL fo…
On Firefox 60/62, I am seeing a mismatch of images being used for icons shown on the tabs and those shown for saved bookmarks. So far, I am only seeing this on the MDL forums here https://forums.mydigitallife.net . I am testing this with the portable version of FF. Does anyone know what might be causing this?
FF should be using the same image seen on the tabs which reflects the favicon.ico. I don't understand why FF is using a different image for the saved bookmarks. See http://i66.tinypic.com/1fvlab.jpg If I delete the incorrect image from the favicon.sqlite db the saved bookmark icons revert back to the favicon image and there is no longer a mismatch. As soon as I select the reverted bookmark to view that web page, it gets refreshed with the other image which ends up back in the favicon.sqlite again. Why is FF picking up a different image for the bookmarks?
I would appreciate it if someone could try the portable and save some bookmarks from MDL to see if you get the same results as me.
Your connection is not secure ... This site uses HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) ... Firefox shows the certificate only PEM encoded
When there is an error during TLS handshake and the site uses HSTS Firefox shows the server's certificate from the TLS handshake only PEM encoded and I have to use additi…
When there is an error during TLS handshake and the site uses HSTS Firefox shows the server's certificate from the TLS handshake only PEM encoded and I have to use additional tools to decode it and see what is going on.
Why does not Firefox show the certificate in a human-readable form? It already has a code to present certificates that way.
Am I missing something or is the PEM encoded certificate really the only form accessible?
Access to Google's web cache was blocked by Cisco Umbrella. The faked certificate required for redirection to a block page was rejected in Firefox and the certificate was shown only in PEM format:
Your connection is not secure
The owner of webcache.googleusercontent.com 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.
webcache.googleusercontent.com uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate is unknown. The server might not be sending the appropriate intermediate certificates. An additional root certificate may need to be imported. Error code: SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER
Peer’s Certificate issuer is not recognized. HTTP Strict Transport Security: false HTTP Public Key Pinning: true
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I download a selection of podcasts every day using the Juice podcast manager. I have been doing this for many years - until the last FireFox upgrade to Ver 62.0 (64-bit)…
I download a selection of podcasts every day using the Juice podcast manager. I have been doing this for many years - until the last FireFox upgrade to Ver 62.0 (64-bit). Since the upgrade, many of my podcasts still work, but many do not. Instead of having names like ... 5LiveSciencePodcast-20180916-5LiveScienceBiomimicry.mp3 (size = 46,572 KB) ...or... NewsQuizExtra-20180914-Episode3.mp3 (size = 41,596 KB)
they now have names like p06l2jy6.mp3 (size = 1KB) ...or... p06lbfhf.mp3 (size = 1KB)
They don't play - but with a size of 1KB, I wouldn't expect them to. Of the 13 podcasts I downloaded yesterday, 7 are 1KB files with these funny titles.
Maybe this has nothing to do with FireFox - but if not, it's an unfortunate coincidence that it started immediately after the FireFox upgrade.
I wanted to downgrade FireFox to the previous version to see if it was that, but the website warned me off doing that, saying that I would lose stored settings etc, and that my PC would blow up and springs and cogwheels would come flying out of it. Well, no - it didn't really say all that - but it kind of gave the impression that something pretty serious would happen.
I observed on my computer (Windows 7) that Firefox (62.0) doesn't use the HOSTS file if a proxy auto-configuration file have been set. For instance, if I add "0.0.0.0 fac…
I observed on my computer (Windows 7) that Firefox (62.0) doesn't use the HOSTS file if a proxy auto-configuration file have been set.
I need to specify a PAC file in my organization, but I would like Firefox uses HOSTS file before using the PAC script.
I've been using logmein for years , the past few months I've been having issues when I connect remotely to my work computer, I can't get on firefox from using my host com…
I've been using logmein for years , the past few months I've been having issues when I connect remotely to my work computer, I can't get on firefox from using my host computer....it just freezes up or the screen flashes. Has anyone else had this issue?
Whenever i try to access a remote UNC path "file://///servername/folder" in CentOS7.4 Firefox Quantum, it always shows "File not found" error. I compared the same process…
Whenever i try to access a remote UNC path "file://///servername/folder" in CentOS7.4 Firefox Quantum, it always shows "File not found" error. I compared the same process using Win7 Firefox Quantum, it displayed the directory listings in the said UNC path.
Also, i try putting the said path in a "<a/>" tag and tested in both Win7 and CentOS7.4. Win7 can display the directory listings OK However, CentOS7.4 cannot. It will always display a "File not found" error.
Is there anyway to do this in CentOS7.4 Firefox Quantum? My target browser will run on CentOS7.4 so i can't really use Win7
I'm using FireFox 62.0 on Windows 7 SP1 and I have been getting fairly regular crashes-- sometimes in fits that never end and other times I won't get one for a day or two…
I'm using FireFox 62.0 on Windows 7 SP1 and I have been getting fairly regular crashes-- sometimes in fits that never end and other times I won't get one for a day or two. It's crashed on everything from opening up Gmail to looking at Reddit. Any ideas as to what is ailing this install?
Here are the crash logs:
Report ID Date Submitted bp-ec735cb1-8683-4b04-9621-ab8d80180919 9/18/2018 8:02 PM bp-67c9a98a-167b-47fb-9c92-d560a0180919 9/18/2018 8:02 PM bp-890f7740-1ba4-4d40-83f7-946270180919 9/18/2018 7:59 PM bp-52fb0ab2-7503-4676-a36d-26d570180919 9/18/2018 7:58 PM