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According to http://www.mozilla.org/projects/securit ... slerr.html it is

SEC_ERROR_OCSP_INVALID_SIGNING_CERT -8048 "Invalid OCSP signing certificate in OCSP response."

In Firefox go to Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> Encryption -> Verification
[v] Do not use OCSP for certification validation

As this normally checked by default.

From http://kb.mozillazine.org/OCSP_error_wh ... cure_sites

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Oct 15, 2017


Get rid of roadrunner tool bar. Go to control panel and in the programs area find and delete it.

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Sep 27, 2017


Sir, I think you are infected by virus or malware. I suggest you to scan your PC with good antivirus.

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Jun 23, 2017


maintenanceservice.exe is background process of firefox which updates firefox automatically. you can click YES.

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Jun 23, 2017


Check your internet connection. If it is connected, then try ping on google public dns server. To do that open command prompt (cmd).
then write "ping 8.8.8.8" (without quotes). If reply times out then there might be issue with your proxy settings. To correct that, if you are using windows 10 then search "Internet options", then select Connections and in that open LAN settings. Then remove tick on Proxy server. (If it is ticked). If problem persists, then I suggest you update firefox.
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Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Jun 23, 2017


Make sure you have pop ups blocked
Open Firefox
> Open Menu (stack of books icon, top right)
>Options
>Content
> Check the box to stop pop-ups
> OK
Download and install the free ABP plus software


Adblock Plus

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Jun 13, 2017


Mozilla is still under development and isn't going to support everything ie does because ie has been around since the stone ages an people have better programming skills for ie

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Apr 25, 2017


The Roblox is somehow a web based game but has an independent launcher however every time you hit the launcher in the desktop your will be directed into Roblox game server page, therefore, unblocking Roblox would be possible by simply blocking the URL address "www.roblox.com" of Roblox via URL filter feature in your router.

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Feb 20, 2017


Try doing a search engine search for google maps first.

http://maps.google.com should be the address to google maps, but sometimes it doesn't get put in quiet right.

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Feb 05, 2017


If someone has blocked you from accessing the domain roblox.com you can try a couple things. Try accessing the secure version of the site:
https://www.roblox.com/Landing/Animated

If that doesn't work, try using a proxy service. This will work unless your administrator has blocked access to the proxy service:

https://proxy.org/

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Dec 06, 2016


I'm glad to provide the instructions to clear the Cookies and Cache Data on Mozilla Firefox. Please follow the below steps to clear Cookies.
  • Click on Tools, then Options (or Edit ' Preferences on Linux)
  • Select Privacy
  • In the Cookies panel, click on Show Cookies
  • To remove a single cookie click on the entry in the list and click on the Remove Cookie button
  • To remove all cookies click on the Remove All Cookies button

Click hear to view the steps to remove Cache Data.

Thanks for understanding. Please let me know if you require further assistance.

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Dec 06, 2016

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on Nov 11, 2016 | Mozilla Firefox


What version of Firefox are you using?

Firefox 1.5 - Windows
  1. Click on Tools | Options.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. View the "Cache" tab and click on Clear Cache Now.
Firefox 2.x - Windows
  1. Click on Tools | Options.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. Click on Clear Now under the Private Data section.
  4. Ensure that Cache is checked, then click Clear Private Data Now
  5. Click on the OK button to return to browsing.
Firefox 3.x - Windows
  1. Click on Tools | Options.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. Click on Clear Now under the Private Data section.
  4. Ensure that Cache is checked, then click Clear Private Data Now
  5. Click on the OK button to return to browsing.
Firefox 1.5 - Mac
  1. Click on Firefox | Preferences.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. View the "Cache" tab and click on Clear Cache Now.
Firefox 2.x - Mac
  1. Click on Firefox | Preferences.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. Click on Clear Now under the Private Data section.
  4. Click on the red close window button to return to browsing.
Firefox 3.x - Mac
  1. Click on Firefox | Preferences.
  2. Click on the Privacy icon.
  3. Click on Clear Now under the Private Data section.
  4. Ensure that Cache is checked, then click Clear Private Data Now
  5. Click on the red close window button to return to browsing

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Oct 21, 2016


Hi,

Try this , hope it wil help you :

Here is a simple extension to disable the "Tools -> Start PrivateBrowsing" menu entry and the "Tools > Clear Recent History" menuentry in Firefox 3.5/6.
The extension hides these menu entries and also disables their shortcutkeys and should prevent Firefox from entering Private Browsing mode.The CSS code (chrome://pbdisable/content/pbdisable.css) in theextension also hides "Tools -> Options-> Privacy -> Automatically start Firefox in a private browsingsession" and the History setting. You can copy that code to userChrome.cssif you want these entries hidden if the extension is disabled. CurrentFirefox versions still process code in userChrome.css if started in Safe_mode.Keep in mind that removing or disabling "Private Browsing" will notmake it impossible to delete private data like visited websites(history) or cache. It is possible to clear the cache via "Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> Network" and to clear history in the Library and History sidebar.



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Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Oct 12, 2016


You may be aware of the fact that the Firefox Web browser has a "Private Browsing" mode that allows you to browse the Web without your history being recorded. However, Firefox contains other settings that can enhance your privacy on the Web as well. For example, one feature tells websites not to send tracking cookies to your computer, and another prevents Firefox from recording your history whether you are in Private Browsing mode or not. Set Firefox up for anonymous Web browsing from the "Privacy" tab on the "Options" menu.

1. Click the "Firefox" button or "Tools" menu at the top of the Firefox browser window, and then click "Options."

2. Click the "Privacy" tab at the top of the "Options" window.

3. Click the "Tell websites I do not want to be tracked" check box to send notifications to websites as you browse to tell them that you do not want tracking cookies to be sent to your computer. Note that some websites may not honor this request.

4. Click the drop-down menu next to "Firefox will:" and select "Never remember history" if you do not want Firefox to maintain a history of the websites you have visited. If this menu previously had "Remember history" selected, click the "Clear all current history" to delete the history that Firefox has already saved.

5. Click the drop-down menu under location bar and select "Bookmarks" or "Nothing" to prevent your browser history from being used for the address bar autocomplete feature.

6. Click "OK" to save your settings.

7. Click the "Firefox" button or "Tools" menu and then click "Start Private Browsing" to enter private browsing mode.

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Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Oct 12, 2016


That's a classic sign of a virus and or spyware.They redirect you to a site they control and try to get you to buy their virus protection.Reboot in "safe mode" and run your virus and spyware software.Make sure it's the deep scan so it clears your Restore files too.Also check your User Accounts for a "new" administrator.The virus will log on as administrator and control your computer so you can't delete the virus files.Let me know if this helps?

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Sep 18, 2016


Hi,
You can set google as home page in Firefox by following few steps.
1) Go to Options of Firefox. You can see below images for that.

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2) Now you will see the same screen as below image. First select Show my home page when Firefox starts and then provide url and close options tab. make-google-homepage-0seyrr0j55pp5inthokgqgco-4-2.png
Now you have set google as homepage.

Mozilla Firefox | Answered on Sep 08, 2016

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