Firefox or not Firefox
Name: M B Fletcher
Summary: Firefox or not Firefox
You asked why I took it off but did not ask more than the basics. I put
security but in fact I put on Fire fox today and found a GOOGLE front
page for searching when I had nothing there before. I wondered if I had
been hijacked or you had done a very stupid update. I still do not know
for sure. I do not ever use Google that I know of. The biggest spy on
computers in the world and you should know better. If I find it is
correct on Firefox I will go back to IE. At...Firefox,Mozilla Firefox,Firefox download,Mozilla Firefox download
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On 2006-11-28 20:04 (-0700 UTC), idownweb.com wrote:
> Download Firefox
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Mebbe it's just me, but isn't this kind of a silly place to spam with
something like this?
'There is caution, and there is irrational paranoia.' -- Ron Hunter
Wow, now thats totally random.
On 28 Nov 2006 19:04:38 -0800, ...Certificate Authorities in Firefox
I'm using Firefox, NoScript on a Win7 laptop. I just got finished
listening to the SN episode re SSL browser Certificate Authorities.
Scary. I did some googling about whether or not its OK to deactivate
CA's from Firefox. Anyone have any good info on this? If I deactivate
(not delete) many of the Firefox CA's, will that cause problems? Or can
most of them be deactivated with no problem? Is there a list somewhere
showing which ones can be deactivated and which ones should be kept? Any
info much appreciated.
Tom C wrote:
> I did some...Firefox and security certificates
Secure data transmission on the internet relies on encryption and security
certificates. Mozilla has revised the way Firefox 3 handles certificates,
but not always for the better. A few modifications will sort things out -
and give you more security.
"Never drive faster than your ANGEL can fly"
...Password Security for Firefox (Can future version of Firefox pass all 21 security tests?)
Name: HY Tan
Summary: Password Security for Firefox (Can future version of Firefox pass all 21 security tests?)
Above link is not based on 3.1b2 results but hope firefox can pass all
security tests to make it the leading secure browser. Speed is one area
but Security is another key area where it will attract more people to
switch to most secure browsers with the less loopholes :)
Browser De...Firefox, and Firefox Portable
Summary: Firefox, and Firefox Portable
After several hefty fallouts with AOL, and the complete dogs dinner we
are presented with that they claim is worthy of using, be it the AOL9
browser, I decided to try Firefox....
I am very annoyed.
Why?... because stupidly, I had not tried Firefox EARLIER....
I have now replaced AOL9 completely on all the family computers with
I am also TOTALLY bewildered as to how you can get a fully functioning
Firefox to run on a USB Flash Drive.........
I...Firefox, meet the Firefox
Summary: Firefox, meet the Firefox
I don't know if this will go anywhere, but as both a die-hard Firefox
user and an advocate for wildlife, I think it should be said.... As you
may or may not know, "firefox" is the literal translation of the Chinese
name for the Red Panda. Yes, the OTHER panda -- the cute, orange,
raccoon-like one, not the big, black-and-white, bear-like one.
Here is a link to an article at the National Wildlife Foundation
[http://poprl.com/EIb], "Fighting for the Fi...Firefox within Firefox
For a short time now (likely since upgrading to FF 1.5.02) I've noticed that
when running a Firefox session, ZA will popup a notice that Firefox --
verified the same exe as the running one -- is "trying to access the
internet." This is confusing because it's already accessing the internet,
However, the destination IP is always along the lines of
184.108.40.206:DNS, which translates to dns1.chcgil.sbcglobal.net, part of
my ISP. So I've been saying yes. But I'm wondering why of a sudden this
access is taking place, or being questioned, or what...Problems with security certificates in firefox...
Whenever I got to a website with a security certificate, firefox tells
me that the certificate is not valid, but when I look at the
certificate, it is still valid.
I am not sure what to do at this point, I am using firefox 3.6.12.
On Dec 5, 7:52=A0am, Morgan Davies <morgan.dav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Whenever I got to a website with a security certificate, firefox tells
> me that the certificate is not valid, but when I look at the
> certificate, it is still valid.
> I am not sure what to do at this point, I am using firefox 3.6.12.
Ok I figured out what we...firefox companion for firefox
Name: william faulks
Product: eBay Companion
Summary: firefox companion for firefox
great program, been looking for something like this
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv:220.127.116.11) Gecko/20070309 Firefox/18.104.22.168
...When quit firefox, it keeps firefox-bin and firefox running!
When I quit firefox (closing the window) and I run "ps -C firefox" and
"ps -C firefox-bin" both are shown as still running even a minute later!
How do I get firefox to actually close?
It could be killall firefox.bin
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On Wed, 20 Jan 201...Firefox security certificate exceptions
I sometimes get the invalid certificate message from FF for visiting
sites that I wouldn't expect it from. This often happens when I use
the laptop from behind a (pretty tight) corporate firewall. A proxy
is used to access the internet in that case. For example, www.google.ca
would generate that message. I sometimes accept them because I figure
they are due to the use of a proxy (though I'm entirely sure). Then I
get second thoughts, because I'm not always behind the corporate
firewall using a proxy, perhaps I really shouldn't have such an
exception. So I go on th...Firefox uses Firefox.
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...superreview requested: [Bug 308862] Remove unused preference "browser.tabs.opentabfor.urlbar" from firefox : [Attachment 196362] Remove preference "browser.tabs.opentabfor.urlbar" from firefox.js
Hans-Andreas Engel <Hans-A.Engel@unibas.ch> has asked Brendan Eich
<firstname.lastname@example.org> for superreview:
Bug 308862: Remove unused preference "browser.tabs.opentabfor.urlbar" from
Attachment 196362: Remove preference "browser.tabs.opentabfor.urlbar" from