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Master Password in Firefox for Android

Hi I use the Firefox Password-Manager on Desktop. Also i Synch that with my Android Phone. Now my Question: On the Desktop Version i am able to set a Master Password. On … (funda kabanzi)

Hi I use the Firefox Password-Manager on Desktop. Also i Synch that with my Android Phone.

Now my Question: On the Desktop Version i am able to set a Master Password. On the Android Version i do not find such a thing. Why? I would like to set a Master Password also there. Otherwise everyone who is able to get my Mobile in a Unlocked state is able to use all my Passwords. Which should not be.

I know they can only use the passwords when they are able to open the mobile with the mobile pin/password or fingerprint. But i would like to have a seperate MAster-Password only for Lockwise/Browser

Ist this somehome possible? Thanks foryour Help

Asked by marco53 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by marco53 6 amahora adlule

How to import root CA certificate

Hello, How can I import a root CA certificate to Firefox for Android? I tried uploading the certificate to a webserver and navigating to it with Firefox for Android, but … (funda kabanzi)

Hello,

How can I import a root CA certificate to Firefox for Android? I tried uploading the certificate to a webserver and navigating to it with Firefox for Android, but it does not work, either it downloads the file or display its PEM text content, no import prompt.

Asked by Darxis 1 inyanga edlule

Last reply by mh2 1 usuku oludlule

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Don't want Google to see the URL I type in

On my Android phone I cannot type in a URL and have Firefox take me there directly. Google (or some other search engine) sees and processes everything I type. On my deskt… (funda kabanzi)

On my Android phone I cannot type in a URL and have Firefox take me there directly. Google (or some other search engine) sees and processes everything I type. On my desktop Firefox I can type a URL into the address bar without Google seeing it. (AFAIK.)

I don't want any search engine knowing a URL I type in. I want Firefox to drop it on the Internet to be resolved by the DNS.

Asked by Steve 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Answered by jscher2000 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Auto capitalise in password fields

Hello I thought it was a phone or keyboard issue in my phone and it might be. But I have noticed that in Firefox for Android it auto-capitalises password fields. This is … (funda kabanzi)

Hello

I thought it was a phone or keyboard issue in my phone and it might be.

But I have noticed that in Firefox for Android it auto-capitalises password fields. This is not a good feature. I continually enter passwords wrong as a result. It may happen in other apps but I've noticed it is not the case in all of them. And I have new devices that have the same problem. Has anyone an idea of how to turn it off please?

Asked by adamrombach 1 isonto elidlule

HTTPS checking - Android and Adguard with Firefox

Hello all, my first post because I am trying to move from Chrome to something less 'information hungry' and up to now Firefox feels like a sensible move. I have been usin… (funda kabanzi)

Hello all, my first post because I am trying to move from Chrome to something less 'information hungry' and up to now Firefox feels like a sensible move.

I have been using AdGuard for about a year and it is good at what it does (on Chrome on Windows and Android). On Windows, Adguard and Firefox seem to work together but when installed on Android they do not play nicely!! Virtually every website is inaccessible due to Security Certificate problems.

There is a solution posted by Adguard to install a security certificate but this is comlex for me as a non IT geek so not happy about even trying that.

Question - if I switch off Adguard on Firefox (this is easy in Adguard settings) does the Firefox HTTPS checker do as good a job with regard to HTTPS requirements over and above HTTP websites? This would be a simple solution (for me) unless anyone can offer an equally (or nearly so) solution.

Any help appreciated. Thanks, Frank

Asked by sturz001 1 isonto elidlule

Last reply by Seburo 1 isonto elidlule

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Firefox Android - No Authentication required to fill user credentials

Hi, I am an avid user of Firefox on Windows/Linux/Android. The password saving/auto-filling works great on my Windows and Linux devices. I like that the master password a… (funda kabanzi)

Hi,

I am an avid user of Firefox on Windows/Linux/Android. The password saving/auto-filling works great on my Windows and Linux devices. I like that the master password allows me to authenticate before any user credentials are filled in. I did however notice that on my Android Phone, there's no way to force authentication when filling in user credentials. I consider this a great privacy risk, considering that if anyone were to get access to my phone, they would without any hassle get access to a bunch of my accounts. I checked in the settings, and I cannot find a setting for it anywhere.

I am running the latest version of Firefox from Google Play. Firefox version: 84.1.4 (Build #2015785883) Phone: Samsung S10 running Android 10

Thank you.

Asked by Mistful 1 isonto elidlule

Answered by jscher2000 1 isonto elidlule

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Fingerprint result via EFF shows it is disabled

I Have Enhanced Tracking protection "strict" level but this link shows result as attached picture. https://coveryourtracks.eff.org/ … (funda kabanzi)

I Have Enhanced Tracking protection "strict" level but this link shows result as attached picture.

https://coveryourtracks.eff.org/

Asked by rockworldmi 1 isonto elidlule

Answered by TyDraniu 1 isonto elidlule

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Can't access about:config in new Firefox daylight update of Android

I would like to enable ESNI and bypass ISP watchdogs. So I prefer to keep ESNI on. After last update I'm not being able to access about:config. It shows an error. What's … (funda kabanzi)

I would like to enable ESNI and bypass ISP watchdogs. So I prefer to keep ESNI on. After last update I'm not being able to access about:config. It shows an error.

What's the issue here, if anybody could help I'd be much obliged. Thank you.

It redirects here:

resource://android/assets/low_and_medium_risk_error_pages.html?&title=Cannot+Complete+Request&button=Try+Again&description=%3Cp%3EAdditional+information+about+this+problem+or+error+is+currently+unavailable.%3C%2Fp%3E&image=&showSSL=false&badCertAdvanced=Advanced%E2%80%A6&badCertTechInfo=%3Clabel%3ESomeone+could+be+trying+to+impersonate+the+site+and+you+should+not+continue.%3C%2Flabel%3E+%3Cbr%3E%3Cbr%3E+%3Clabel%3EWebsites+prove+their+identity+via+certificates.+Firefox+does+not+trust+%3Cb%3Eabout%3Aconfig%3C%2Fb%3E+because+its+certificate+issuer+is+unknown%2C+the+certificate+is+self-signed%2C+or+the+server+is+not+sending+the+correct+intermediate+certificates.%3C%2Flabel%3E&badCertGoBack=Go+Back+%28Recommended%29&badCertAcceptTemporary=Accept+the+Risk+and+Continue

Asked by niazmehedi 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Answered by Seburo 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Firefox Android - Authentication when autofilling passwords

Hi, I have used Firefox for a long time on both PC and Android. On my PC, I have a master password whenever I want to autofill my username and password for some websites.… (funda kabanzi)

Hi,

I have used Firefox for a long time on both PC and Android. On my PC, I have a master password whenever I want to autofill my username and password for some websites. On my android phone, I realize that I don't even need to authenticate at all for it to autofill. I downloaded Lockwise, but that still does not authenticate me.

Is there a way to force authentication when autofilling, either through a master password or fingerprint?

Asked by Mistful 3 emasontweni adlule

Last reply by Mistful 3 emasontweni adlule

Unable to import certificate authority into Firefox Daylight

I have a certificate for SSL browsing on a local network device. There does not appear to currently be a way to import the certificate into Firefox Daylight. In older ver… (funda kabanzi)

I have a certificate for SSL browsing on a local network device. There does not appear to currently be a way to import the certificate into Firefox Daylight.

In older versions of Firefox for Android, the method seemed to be to publish the certificate on a web server with the MIME type `application/x-x509-ca-cert`, then navigate to the certificate in Firefox. This no longer works -- instead either downloading the certificate or displaying its contents as text.

Another suggestion I was able to find is to toggle `security.enterprise_roots.enabled` to true in `about:config` and import the certificate into the system certificate store. However, `about:config` is not exposed to the user in Firefox Daylight

Does there exist a way to import a certificate authority into Firefox on Android?

Asked by rileyhulick 3 emasontweni adlule

Recent versions of firefox for android are no longer offering to save Basic auth passwords - how can I save them?

Something has changed in recent versions of firefox for andriod (roughly since the address bar moved to the bottom), and I can no longer figure out how I can save passwor… (funda kabanzi)

Something has changed in recent versions of firefox for andriod (roughly since the address bar moved to the bottom), and I can no longer figure out how I can save passwords for sites with Basic auth authentication. I've looked into the back end of one of these sites and it is using basic auth implemented by HAProxy. This always used to work and the same site can have its credentials saved in other browsers.

How can I save my credentials, please?

Asked by james161 3 emasontweni adlule

Last reply by Wesley Branton 3 emasontweni adlule

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Lockwise

Please tell me, how can I protect my lockwise app on my android smartphone by a password? There is only an unlock pattern. This is to unsure for me. On my laptop lockwise… (funda kabanzi)

Please tell me, how can I protect my lockwise app on my android smartphone by a password? There is only an unlock pattern. This is to unsure for me. On my laptop lockwise is protected by a password. Thank you for your support!

Asked by ulrich.waldbuesser 1 inyanga edlule

Answered by Wesley Branton 1 inyanga edlule

Managing sync rights on Android

I want to sync bookmarks and history to Firefox on Android, but I do not want to sync logins (since I think it is not secure). Now, once I set syncing (connect to my Fire… (funda kabanzi)

I want to sync bookmarks and history to Firefox on Android, but I do not want to sync logins (since I think it is not secure). Now, once I set syncing (connect to my Firefox account from Android), syncing logins can anytime be enabled from the Android side (no extra authentication is required for that).

Is there any way to specify (e.g., in account settings) that certain device does not have rights to enable login syncing on its own?

Alternatively, that would be a nice feature (for any device including desktop) to require additional authentication when login sync is enabled.

Asked by yurkin 1 inyanga edlule

Last reply by covid19 1 inyanga edlule