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>> No.70804266 [DELETED] 

why am i not surprised

>> No.70804284


>> No.70804286
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Guess it's time to join the botnet and switch to Chrome.

>> No.70804305

I joined the botnet. It's actually pretty fast and has uBlock, HTTPS everywhere etc.

>> No.70804307

what in the absolute fuck is wrong with america

>> No.70804316

>The team is currently prioritizing a fix
Oh, good.

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>> No.70804323

How does disabling signing of new extensions mitigate the issue in the meantime?

>> No.70804330

They're going to have to resign everything with new certs so there's no point in letting people sign new ones right now.

>> No.70804333

>priority fix
>in 5 days
Fucking Terry Davis could build another OS in that amount of time. Fuck these amateurs.

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looks like im switching to chrome

>> No.70804346
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>> No.70804351

ungoogled chromium is sadly the only choice.
wish it had vertical tabs.

>> No.70804356
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>Post-meritocracy software working as expected
This is the future you chose.

>> No.70804359
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>no fix for 5 days

>> No.70804362

nice bait

>> No.70804363

What the fuck? I thought it was a certificate renewal. How the FUCK does that take 5 days? Explain this bullshit!

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Anyways I switched to Waterfox, pretty comfy imo.

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>> No.70804405

I don't even care about ungoogled, iridium, chromium or whatever.

Hit me with that botnet, maybe it'll save me time on those captchas.

>> No.70804408

nothing, just whitespace

>> No.70804411

Also 429.
It is getting hammered

>> No.70804418
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>even their website is fucked

>> No.70804423
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>literally one setting
>"firefox is dead"
>cue chrome false-flag shills who're claiming to be switching but have never use firefox to begin with

>> No.70804432

guise go give love to based anime poster

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status page is down

>> No.70804443
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Shill harder.

>> No.70804444

>too many requests

>> No.70804449

This does not work on stable FF, only on ESR/Nightly/Dev
That's why they're fucked

>> No.70804452
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Using Waterfox. All my extensions work. This is what they get for later hiring dyed hair SJW fags instead of tech savvy people.

>> No.70804453

Default install ignores that setting you mongoloid.
BIG FIX @ >>70802882

>> No.70804455

Doesn't fucking work anymore boogie man.
Certificate server has been pulled.

>> No.70804458

nice edit lad see >>70803558

>> No.70804468

Lads, are there any other browsers that have tree style tabs?

>> No.70804472

Nope, it works if you aren't a Winblows user or compile your own. Non-Mozilla builds like those packaged in Linux repos have default build settings and it works.

>> No.70804474

Reckon I'm just gonna stay in bed for a few hours more and watch this shitshow go on.
Seriously how hard is it to renew certs. This shit should be done weeks before.

>> No.70804477

Firefox is bad, but you have to be breddy dumb to think chrome is a good alternative.

>> No.70804484

> if you aren't a Winblows
it so happens that most people use Win, like it or not

>> No.70804488

Not for every distro or on mac.
Wow 1% of users.

>> No.70804489

>Default install
Install pre-compiled binaries from Mozilla isn't the default install. Works on Ubuntu Firefox and other distros.

>> No.70804491


i'd like to agree but at least the botnet keeps its certs up to date

>> No.70804495

This, use GNU IceCat

>> No.70804502

I think it's time to only use web browsers from within a virtual environment.

>> No.70804506

>Install pre-compiled binaries from Mozilla isn't the default install.
Sorry I assumed we were discussing normal people not the fat pant shitting autists that use linux.

>> No.70804507

What about Pale Moon?

>> No.70804518

Outdated furry shit developed by a pretentious sperg.

>> No.70804523

Microsoft Edge bros don't have this problem.

>> No.70804526

>"normal people" are retarded enough to double click some random exe's to install their programs
Yup, sounds about right.
>implying normalfags aren't all using chrome, probably on mobile

>> No.70804528

So? What have you got to hide?

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>> No.70804535
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Say it with me.

>> No.70804554
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I use it, and the new logo is visual cancer.

>> No.70804556


>> No.70804558

So what browser are we going to? Every time anyone posts a browser it gets flamed as botnet, and I know for a fact everyone here isn't on the linux meme, so which one?
>inb4 some shitty obscure text based trash that people only use so they can feel like they're 'superior' than someone

>> No.70804563

Really? 5 days without security add-ons? I wouldn't go 5 hours without them. What the fuck is Mozilla doing?

>> No.70804564

so waterfox or icecat?

>> No.70804582

lads, pull a certificate out of some pros ass (it's that simple), push it into one of the at least 2 backup servers and change the fucking DNS, in 30minutes a workaround should be up and running.

these guys are the number two in making the html web a visible colorful thing, how come I, some generic stranger, can come up with an on-point fix and they can't?

it's all that marketplace situation, anon is right. we're the pawns in this match right now.

>> No.70804584

>look up Waterfox
>articles saying it shouldn't be trusted
>users on /g/ also saying don't use it
I didn't know Firefox fucking up would make finding a new browser so hard.

>> No.70804585

Icecat (minus LibreJS) if you use Linux, Waterfox if you use other OS.

>> No.70804591

Everyone there got triggered and had to go to a safe space room and have a group cry session until the end of day.

>> No.70804597

>Implying the air isn't exactly as bad
>Implying installing random deb and rpms isn't exactly as bad
>Implying adding random sources isn't just as bad
>Implying curl xyz.sh | sudo bash isn't just as bad
Compiling chrome or Firefox isn't for the light hearted, and STILL you didn't audit any of that source code so it's really just as bad.

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>> No.70804612

>Can't access config

>> No.70804620 [DELETED] 

She's a real woman. Even a tranny would still have done better because (male).

>> No.70804628

Guess it's Waterfox for me, with Brave as a last resort.

>> No.70804630

Articles say to not install it because it gets updates at a slower pace than other browsers, and /g/ doesn't recommend Icecat is more tweaked for privacy.

>> No.70804631
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Problem is, that we are developing a Stockholm syndrome with Firefox.
It is without a doubt the best browser to use currently in terms of security, privacy & configuration, problem is just that they are hiring a ton of questionable people (trannies, niggers & such), who are completely unstable and unfit for a neutral web.
I would say use Tor as an alternative, but that shit is also getting rammed in to the ground (see the episode with the daily Stormer)

Tl;dr, it all fucking sucks, and we can do nothing about it

>> No.70804632

>outdated security
>no config access

>> No.70804636

This, if you didn't build your own processor don't even bother.

>> No.70804638

god i have so much custom addons and specific bookmarks on my firefox
im so fucking mad, i dont want to move on bros.

>> No.70804639

I'll just use brave for now. I don't trust it but I don't trust any browser and I barely browse the web anyways.
Seems like a no hassle alternative.

>> No.70804641

Just use the temp fix until they fix it.

>> No.70804648

I don't wanna switch to chrome ;_;

Also, can anyone enlighten me what happened with the passwords? I read a blogpost that they made the passwords and bookmarks inaccessible unless you sign up for some cloud shit. Haven't updated since.

>> No.70804649

Come home white man, try GNU IceCat

>> No.70804651

Firefox may be better but people are moving to Chrome as a result. When shit breaks, people don't wait, they just move.

>> No.70804655

Waterfox allows you to go to about:config, if that's what you're talking about.

>> No.70804656

>no config access

>> No.70804661

password and bookmarks are fine on mine no cloud shit

>> No.70804678

Well at least I can still somehow get to sadpanda even with the extension disabled. That's really what matters at the end of the day.

>> No.70804697

I'm a brainlet and I don't get this. Why are there two completely different websites that are unrelated to each other that have Waterfox? Which one do I trust?

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>> No.70804707

You can physically copy over your files from all the Mozilla/Firefox folders into Waterfox and it should remember everything the way you left it.

>> No.70804724

You don't need extension for sad panda you just have to edit a couple cookies once.

>> No.70804729

what addons are you running?

>> No.70804738

>[l] Oh wow. Firefox tells me just after an update that my profile is now saved differently. My bookmarks and saved data are no longer available. If I want to keep them, I can stay with the other version of Firefox.

>But don't worry, there's a way to keep working! All I have to do is create a Firefox account and activate Sync!!1!

>WOW. Gross. And I thought, Google are already the worst scum on earth when it comes to malice. Google never blackmailed me with the availability of my bookmarks and saved passwords to create a Google account.

>Old Swede just shit them on me. I don't know how they could work their way up out of the hole.

>Update: WTF now Firefox has changed its mind and is still working with the old profile. Lolwut? Did I trigger any experiment?

Translated with deepl

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Very close to switching permanently to another browser after this fuckup, so far I've liked Vivaldi from the ones I've seen recommended here. Only problem I've run into with that one is with the search menu on various 4chan archive sites, it won't stay open when I click it.

>> No.70804743

waterfox.net is their brand new website that they literally just launched a few days ago, I'd imagine they're still migrating

>> No.70804759

waterfoxproject.org is the old website, waterfox.net is the new one. See https://www.waterfox.net/blog/waterfox-56.2.9-release-download/

>> No.70804781

Is there a repository? I keep looking for one online, and both that I've found come back as unsigned, so I can't do shit with them.

>> No.70804787

not a problem with ungooogled

>> No.70804788
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Jesus fucking christ, the captchas are getting out of hand, after solving over 20 of them...

>> No.70804802

User Agent Switcher, make it look like default Firefox on Windows

>> No.70804803

I pay for a pass so that I can block google scripts.

>> No.70804806

thanks, will check those out.

im using 4chan x with the noscript captcha. its so much faster than that click and fade shit that never ever works.

>> No.70804811 [DELETED] 

>Users who are affected by the intermediate add-on signing certificate expiryneed their add-on signatures re-verified as soon as possible after updating to a version containging the fix. A database rebuild includes signature
reverifications, so a schema version achieves this.

>> No.70804823

>>Bug 1549010: Part 2 - Bump DB schema version to force certificate reverification [FENNEC_66_0_4_BUILD1] [FIREFOX_66_0_4_BUILD1]
>Users who are affected by the intermediate add-on signing certificate expiryneed their add-on signatures re-verified as soon as possible after updating to a version containging the fix. A database rebuild includes signature reverifications, so a schema version achieves this.
--- a/toolkit/mozapps/extensions/internal/XPIProvider.jsm
+++ b/toolkit/mozapps/extensions/internal/XPIProvider.jsm
@@ -99,17 +99,17 @@ const STARTUP_MTIME_SCOPES = [KEY_APP_GL

const NOTIFICATION_FLUSH_PERMISSIONS = "flush-pending-permissions";
const XPI_PERMISSION = "install";

const XPI_SIGNATURE_CHECK_PERIOD = 24 * 60 * 60;

-const DB_SCHEMA = 28;
+const DB_SCHEMA = 29;

function encoded(strings, ...values) {
let result = [];

for (let [i, string] of strings.entries()) {
if (i < values.length)


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Nice edit fucker, here's the actual post.

Jesus, people here are easy to bait.

>> No.70804846

>I pay for a pass
Yeah, I'm not giving nintendomoot a red fucking cent after the shit he's pulled.

>> No.70804855

Some of them aren't working, like the adblock for youtube one, but ublock origin's toting that load just fine. Also it says that greasemonkey isn't supported but it's working just fine...

>> No.70804856

How much is Mozilla paying you?

>> No.70804864

So the fix is going to require a browser update? How long is that going to take to get pushed into my distro's repos I wonder...

Fuck sake.

>> No.70804873
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Do this:

>> No.70804878

Ok. Enjoy your google scripts.

>> No.70804887


>> No.70804890

How long have you been on this website for? If you aren't a fucking newfag who just blew in from reddit, the ownership of this website deserves some money for providing you with years of entertainment.

>> No.70804891

It's the weekend. So Monday/Tuesday. It takes Ubuntu 1-3 days to push security updates.

>> No.70804904

Since 2005, wouldn't give that turncoat originalmoot a cent either.

>> No.70804919

Not a problem. Only people who give a shit about having obfuscated extension code are malicious or companies trying to hide their source code (still malicious).

>> No.70804925

For me, it's not even about giving them money. It's about avoiding that horrid pass, as well as letting me post with a VPN. I pay with a tokenized credit card to keep my shit anonymous, anyways.

>> No.70804933

>horrid pass
Meant captcha.

>> No.70804935

Thanks diversity.

>> No.70804946

How much is Google actually paying you? Did you shit on the street today?
Definitively, there's no other way to fix it

>> No.70804951
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Could it be intentional?

>> No.70804952

Based retard falling for a baitpost.


>> No.70804967

All extensions working on my Firefox

>> No.70804968
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Just use the fix and wait.

>> No.70804972

The purple haired pajeet in charge of certs was too busy dilating.

>> No.70804977

>caitmuenster (Caitlin Neiman) May 4, 2019, 6:13am #12
> 11:12 p.m. PST: The team is currently testing a fix for this issue. In the meantime, signing of new extensions is disabled until the fix is in place.
Updated archiveis link: https://archive.vn/DLCv5

>> No.70804994
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>There have been major organizational problems at Mozilla for a long time that precipitated this. Many of us saw something like this coming, saw gaps and unclear responsibilities, reported these gaps and confusions up the chain, and were reprimanded and financially penalized for asking the tough questions. The questions were never answered, and we all quit, were fired, or lost motivation as a result.
>This is a tech problem, yes. Cert renewal has bitten everyone in a high profile way (apple, google, and ms have all had renewal-related outages in recent years). But this was preventable at Mozilla. Ask a Mozillian about IT and Cloud Sevices. Ask Mozilla’s VP of IT who is responsible for cert renewal. Ask Mozilla leadership why people are afraid to ask questions.

Firefox will die in your lifetime.

>> No.70804998

What is that retarded shit? The fix is just >>70804423

>> No.70805001

For what reason?

>> No.70805007

$0.12 cents have been credited to your Google Helpers account.

>> No.70805011
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Oh god my adblock disabled, suddenly browsing is fucking hell.

>> No.70805012

What the fuck is going on in this webm? What's he holding?

>> No.70805021


>> No.70805023

so Tor need an update too?

>> No.70805033
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>> No.70805034

That doesn't work on Mozilla builds used on windows or mac.

>> No.70805039

Just use ungoogled chromium you absolute brainlets. I don't even get how anyone uses firefox (regardless of privacy), the UI is just dogshit

>> No.70805040

AHAHAHAHA Just fuck my shit up

>> No.70805050

The UI's are basically the same.

>> No.70805058

But that anon is using Linux

>> No.70805059
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You are seriously using Windows?

>> No.70805060
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Is that... is that the passenger's foot?

>> No.70805066

nice samefagging mozilla

>> No.70805069

>But this was preventable at Mozilla.
Fuck yes it was. Don't introduce a fucking certificate where it wasn't needed at all. That's what everyone was telling them back then.

>> No.70805072
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Loonix tards eternally BTFO

>> No.70805079
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her foot

>> No.70805093

So now everysperg will run the code above or others posted elsewhere and get all their extensions backdoored. Nice one moz

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>> No.70805106

gotta get those uber reviews

>> No.70805107

it would make sense if she wasn't a menopausal bulldyke

>> No.70805108

>OP shops fake status update
>status update page goes down right after
kek well played

>> No.70805116

What fix?
You mean they fucked it up?

>> No.70805133

no, firefox switched from their decrepit old UI to a chrome ripoff, but the thing is that there are so many little things that are off, it just feels wrong compared to chrome. It might look similar but it's straight up inferior

>> No.70805151

I don't notice any major difference and firefox handles lots of tabs better.

>> No.70805170

About to go to sleep right now, surely things will be fixed in 7 hours right?

>> No.70805176

Still doesn't load.

>> No.70805185

>caitmuenster (Caitlin Neiman) May 4, 2019, 1:43am #1
>At about 6:10 PST we received a report that a certificate issue for Firefox is causing add-ons to stop working and add-on installs to fail.

>Our team is actively working on a fix. We will update as soon as we have more information.

>> No.70805188

Accessing history in Firefox is a completely unneccessary clusterfuck since they changed the UI. It's four clicks deep in the burger menu for some fucking reason, versus one click in Chrome.

>> No.70805206

so this is the intellect of chrome users.

>> No.70805210

Feel free to name an easier way to access the recently closed tabs section. Don't bother suggesting Ctrl+H, because it's not there.

>> No.70805213

they havent fixed it in over 10 hours now, im not very optimistic

>> No.70805215

It's too clicks for me? Do you not have history menu?
Honestly both Chrome and Firefox have god awful browser history UIs and functionality.

>> No.70805218

>3 hours ago

>> No.70805239
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What OS?

>> No.70805249

Pinning the history menu to the taskbar isn't a solution. You used to be able to access it directly from the main menu before they changed the UI (and you still can on Chrome). Now on Firefox you have to go Burger Menu -> Library -> History -> Recently Closed Tabs to access the same menu.

Not HomOSeX, that's for sure.

>> No.70805257

developer edition doesn't have this problem

>> No.70805284
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Click "customize appearance" and put it there yourself like it used to be. Retarded but not like it's gone and takes seconds to get back

>> No.70805294

does for me

>> No.70805319

you can also ctrl + shft + t to reopen your last closed tab.

>> No.70805335

So this is the power of diversity hiring at Mozilla

Fuck it, I just switched full time to Brave. EZ importing of bookmarks and installed ublock origin flawlessly

fuck Mozilla and FUCK diversity hiring in the technology sector

>> No.70805361


>> No.70805470


> It's just an expired cert issue

> 5 days

The firefox girls are all crying and eating ice cream.

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But why does he suck on it like its a dick

>> No.70805485

Why the fuck didn't we put up more of a fight when they forced signed extensions down our throats? When are people going to realize that the centralized App approval model is cancer?

>> No.70805499

Outdated firefox, incompatible with most add-ons, no access to chrome ecosystem of extensions, and very barebones compared to Vivaldi

Install Vivaldi. Best chromium fork

>> No.70805545
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I see they're still pushing the cryptomeme

>> No.70805563

I thought he was eating a sub pretty weird

>> No.70805565

What did she means by this

>> No.70805609

Stop shilling your shitty closed source browser. Anybody who would take the bait already has.

>> No.70805648


>> No.70805689

i've been using nightly with xpi whitelist and signing disabled for years, what am i missing?

>> No.70805719
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Shoutout to all you cucks who turn your PC off and exit your browsers -
I have no issues and will continue to not have an issue.

>> No.70805771

Gee, Bill! How come your mom lets you have two Bypass Paywalls?

>> No.70805779

I turned my PC on less than six hours ago and I don't have an issue either.

>> No.70805787

Be Brave anon.

>> No.70805791

I'm terribly inattentive when photo editing :(
That makes me wonder exactly what the issue is and why my PC is not affected but my phone got shat on.

>> No.70805799

>he needs an extension to bypass the sad panda

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>on 60 ESR
>nothing changed at all
Finally my auto-update paranoia is paying off.

>> No.70805837

Based botnet rider.

>> No.70805891

>TheOne (Andreas Wagner) May 4, 2019, 9:04am #13
>09:00 a.m. UTC/ 02:00 a.m. PDT: The team is still working on fixing and testing.

>> No.70805912

>they JUST acknowledge Mozilla Discourse's server problems

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>> No.70805963


Isn't it horrific just how ad ridden the normi-web is?

>> No.70806015

It's truly terrifying. I watched a youtube video on my phone the other day and I don't know how the normies do it.

It's actually a bit worrying how much of my invaluable non-replaceable software related creature comforts are one small step away from going out the window.

>> No.70806033

Well, luckily I always have two Browser with all Extensions/Passwords in hand.
Looks like it's your time again, Opera.

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>> No.70806117

the pussy stank like muenster

>> No.70806148
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LMAO five days

>> No.70806285

>put mint on old fucked up pc
>forget to install add ons on browser
>play ambient record on youtube to test
>I'M MCFUCKIKNG LOVIN' IT ANON ARE YOU!!! at deafening volume between randomly designated time gaps
nearly had a fucking heart attack the first time it happened

>> No.70806305 [DELETED] 

Again?! I already did this week.

>> No.70806310

>What is that retarded shit? The fix is just >>70804423
No, that only works if you are using a nightly/developer build, for those using stable releases (99.9% of Firefox users) this doesn't work.

>> No.70806316

>installed brave
it just werks

>> No.70806331

I heard it was botnet

>> No.70806350

underrated post

>> No.70806352

Firefox just released a ''''quick'''' bugfix version:

>> No.70806357
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they fixed it

>> No.70806368

I got the fix. What is Normandy?

>> No.70806383

a women(male) would be more competent than this

>> No.70806400

gief cookie pl0x

link to a pastebin howto or somefeng?

>> No.70806419

all you need is an e-hentai account and to not have the sadpanda cookie prior to logging into that

>> No.70806428

You log-in to e-hentai, this will make some cookies under e-hentai domain.
Take these cookies and edit them so they have exhentai domain instead.
Now you can go to panda.

>> No.70806465

I never had to do any editing, I'd just log into e-hentai and then go over to exhentai and it just werked

>> No.70806493

maybe it changed or something.
I remember needing to do that like 5 years ago.

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>> No.70806588

whats the point? why are they doing that?

>> No.70806599 [DELETED] 

unironiclly this
theres speedrun trannies because it takes mental endurance of a man to successfully speedrun

>> No.70806621

>letting cookies save all your hentai history

>> No.70806632 [DELETED] 

>/r/Firefox moderators are removing the post where it says that the fix will come on wednesday


>> No.70806668

1: The post said the fix would come by Wednesday at the absolute latest
2: That post was edited in the first place, it's fake news

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>> No.70806747

Vivaldi is botnet

>> No.70806770

less botnet score than firefox btw.

>> No.70806788
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Hotfix rolling out:


>> No.70806794

false, and it's buggy shit to boot

>> No.70806797

See >>70806783

>> No.70806808

bless satania poster everywhere

>> No.70806818

>Spyware Level: High
>Spyware Level: Medium

True, and you haven't read the privacy statement on vivaldi.

>> No.70806839 [DELETED] 
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It's a tranny

>> No.70806844

congrats on the successful bait.
install icecat.

>> No.70806847

man of culture as well

>> No.70806852

Because you expect it and when the reality doesn't fit that expectation you ignore it and when it does, you remember it and think of it as truth

>> No.70806902

>having Normandy enabled

>> No.70807001
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>muh botnet
prove it

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>> No.70807024

literally chink botnet same as opera
i still like it tho
the adam's apple really makes this pic

>> No.70807087 [DELETED] 

>purple haired tranny Indian dilating
Please don't put these images in my head

>> No.70807116

Switch to edge and never coming back.

>> No.70807184

Can anyone explain to me why Firefox updates seem to always fuck up the extensions? Particularly the ones focusing on privacy and ad-blocking? The past 10 updates either disable those types of extensions or delete them outright. I don't know enough about this type of stuff, but it seems a bit fishy to me.

>> No.70807187

>still the best browser
>m-muh sjws reee
oh no

>> No.70807197

I'm on brave now but Webm's don't load.

>> No.70807199

who would have knew that shit goes to hell when you decide to diversify your programming base purely based on gender and not skill

>> No.70807291

>Non-Mozilla builds like those packaged in Linux repos have default build settings and it works.
That explains a lot. Thanks.

>Wow 1% of users.
Last time I checked, it was 6% of web users on Linux.
Granted, Mac was around 10%, but that's in the same ballpark.

>> No.70807295

How can you fuck up this badly? Isn't there an internal alarm if a CERT expires? This is such a huge blunder jfc

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>> No.70807522

>try GNU IceCat
But, but, but muhh appss!!!!!!
(Either I'm doing something wrong, something is broken or they really do have no working appstore)
Their addons button just opens the fsf icecat website.
How do people even get ubo working on it?

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>> No.70807592

I.E. Master Cunt

>> No.70807610

Doesn't matter if it fits every time

>> No.70807620

firefox is better than ever but ok

>> No.70807627

Wouldn't it be nice if did though?

>> No.70807629 [DELETED] 

Jesus Christ, when did Firefox become full blown trannyware?

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kek'd hard

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>> No.70807869

Just woke up and all my addons are still disabled. Fuck the firefox retards, I'm switching to the botnet.

How can you be so much of a fucking retard that it takes you more than 1 hour to fix a bug like this? Congrats niggers, I hope the diversity was worth it. Even a fucking nigger wouldn't fuck up this bad. Fucking abominations ruining everything.

The firefag devs should all kill themselves.

>> No.70807872

A team is currently ''''''''''''''''''''working'''''''''''''''''''''''' more like gossiping about their weekend and the other incels working with them and their boyfriend

>> No.70807990

its a fucking bloat it eats more ram than chrome
it literally shits itself since the said comment went public everytime it breaks they blame google


>> No.70808019

Werks for me
Already fixed but alright

>> No.70808036

>"guys help me bypass the sadpanda"
>"ok fuck you"
>install extension

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>> No.70808462

Switched back to brave today on android, if i leave the adblocker on i get endless captchas and connection errors on post.

>> No.70808564

But at least they dont have a boss donating to anti gay gay marriage groups...

>> No.70809617

Fixed where? still fucked here. fucking tranny

>> No.70810019

this is what happens with diversity hiring

>> No.70810058

Is that the nigga who created Brave? I thought he was a conserva-cuck.

>> No.70810071

>muh SJW boogeyman
Seriously, fuck off back to /pol/ you fucking board immigrant. Mozilla was always shit, even when there were no trannies or gays.

>> No.70810279

>discord trannyjannies furiously deleting posts
Go dilate

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>> No.70810534

Just woke up, surely the ultimate fix is already out, what to do.

>> No.70810621

you need to enable the "normandy" backdoor, so moz://a can fix its fucky wucky

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>> No.70810874

None of the 3 updates packages have anything to do with this.

Also your color scheme is shit

>> No.70810956

I hope Firefox survives, but Mozilla needs to fucking die.

>> No.70811005
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What the fuck does this mean? Literally just after it deactivated add-ons and I uninstalled it
What the fuck are they doing there goes the last decent mobile browser

>> No.70811015

have sex and get a better monitor

>> No.70811029

I thought that was a dildo.

>> No.70811054

you can get ubo working. go to preferences, addons, then go to whatever shitty website it takes you to. You can scroll down to the addons that they support. I got umatrix and ubo

>> No.70811117

>actually wanting to know what went wrong
Normalfags freak out when they see technical error messages.
Mozilla makes software, sorry, apps for normalfags.

>> No.70811151

>these guys are the number two in making the html web a visible colorful thing,
They all left. These are basedboy sjw types who're more interested in promoting mr robot.

>> No.70811186

O hate this infantile bullshit

>> No.70811268
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Unironically switched to Opera

>> No.70811376

Unironically, what's wrong with Brave ? I tried it once and it seemed at least as good as Kugel Grome

>> No.70811379


>> No.70811457

Where is this from?

>> No.70811496
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That's what happens when you have a female leader

>> No.70811503
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I want to make the jump from Firefox to any other browser, but there's a function in Firefox (which they actually removed from newer versions, but at least it still works on ver62) which I can't live without, which is the "Save and Quit" when exiting with more tabs open.
In most other browsers you can either set it to always reopen everything after you close, or you can click the "restore previous session" button. Neither of those are optimal for me because I don't want to have it reopen everything all the time and I'll forget stuff if I have to click the "restore session" button.
Is there any other browser (besides palemoon because it had some shitty issues when I tried it) that will let me have the "Save and quit" tabs option?

>> No.70811590

>time to deal with that dissenter problem OY VEY NOT ALL THE ADDONS LEVI

>> No.70811614

lmao, nonfree cucks btfo.

>> No.70811617

Of course, it has been delayed to Wednesday because that "diversity" needs more time. Don't be racist! Just be a good goy and suck it up! :^)

>> No.70811673

>What the fuck? I thought it was a certificate renewal

Don't be naive, this is an intelligence gathering exercise.

>> No.70811682

a) use ungoogled
b) if google is so bad why are you using a site that literally just scrapes their search results?

>> No.70811746

That beta white boi needs to be lectured on the need of diversity and reminded that he is guilty for being a fuckin white.

>> No.70811835

if only they hadn't fried all the white males

>> No.70811894

t. anti-meritocracy SJW

>> No.70812025


Don't understand you kids and having a hundred tabs open all the time. What's the aversion to bookmarks or saving webpages for off-line use?

Why, in my day.....

>> No.70812082

hire more womyn and minorities
what could go wrong

I have tolerated firecuck until now but it is the last thing

>> No.70812132

This made me try out Chrome on Android (because if there's no extensions there is no point in it existing) and holy fucking shit it is so much faster and everything feels 9 times smoother.

>> No.70812165

No AdBlock tho

>> No.70812239

I don't usually have more than 7 tabs open, but sometimes I want to close my browser to turn off my computer or something and I want to keep one tab there to read later.
If I can just save and quit on exit, then it's convenient and easy to remember that tab, but if I have to do other steps, I might forget. I also am not interested in having everything open every time just because I sometimes want to close everything at once and be done with it, start fresh the next time.
I guess I'll just get used to this shitty new way of doing things, though, since nobody else seems to be interested in my way being an option.

>> No.70812284

Why hasn't this affected neither of my Firefoxes (Nightly and portable stable on win10)? Still have all of my addons enabled and have had from the beginning.

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>when I finally moved from chromium to firefox
Why must it be this way?

>> No.70812358

you have bigger problems

>> No.70812370

Newpipe for the win.

>> No.70812460


>> No.70812501
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So I guess it's because I had Studies enabled for some reason. That's also apparently a way to fix the issue
>Go to Options, Privacy and then enable Studies in order to receive the Fix. You can then disable Studies after it has installed. =)

>> No.70812512

The certificate check happens every 24 hours and the exact time depends on your local clock

>> No.70812520

>please allow us to connect remotely to your computer while we install the "fix" ;)

>> No.70812542

You can skip that botnet

Just install the xpi studies installs for you


>> No.70812551

>having literal adware+spyware enabled

>> No.70812576

why do you need adblock for youtube when you have ublock origin?

>> No.70812593

And at this moment in time, neither does Firefox, hence why I tried it.

>> No.70812607
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Seems to be just hotfixes, but I'll disable it for now.

>> No.70812673

Why do leftists destroy everything?

>> No.70812695

They want everyone to be as miserable as them.

>> No.70812744

what the FUCK
I thought that was a McDonalds Wrap at first

>> No.70812754

Ofcourse not. I meant AdBlock plus

>> No.70812757

This is just the Firefox version of that Facebook experiment where they made their shit buggy to see how many users would stop using it. After they used the studies project to install adware on people's computers and people still stuck around, their morbid curiosity took over. If you're still around after that shit, then you're in for some shit.

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>give google a statement
>google returns results with said statement

>> No.70812823

my ublock is back¡¡¡

>> No.70812843


>> No.70812864

Literally what is your point? Chrome scanning files is verified but already old news because people unironically think malware is a browser feature.

>> No.70812880

Partial temporary fix that doesn't even reenable all add-ons
No fix at all for ESR or Fennec

>> No.70812884

im on arch and my extentions are just fine so i guess i wont run -Syu till next week

>> No.70812897

Stop posting google results as "proof". No one will take you seriously.

>> No.70812937

The post you replied to is Startpage search, not Google, and it shows multiple legitimate sources.

>> No.70812990

>hacker news
So where are the legitimate sources? On the 2nd page of that search?

>> No.70813029


>> No.70813034

Motherboard is legitimate, they reported on US carriers selling realtime location data recently. Regardless, Chrome scanning is verified (on Windows, at least), so you don't need a so-called journalist to tell you that when a /g/ post would be just as if not more legitimate

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>> No.70813118

Non-mozilla builds are not "Firefox" by the licensing/trademark rules.
It's illegal to brand a non-mozilla build as "Firefox"

>> No.70813129

>install waterfox
>addons are still disabled
what the fuck why did you trick me bros?

>> No.70813207

still not working

>> No.70813214

That's forbes.com/sites/, their blog network with zero editorial supervision, not the actual Forbes magazine. Confusing, I know, but they intend it to be so for clickbait reasons.

>> No.70813460

That's only true if you're modifying the source.

>> No.70813631

It has gotten worse, them jumping from 3.6 to 60.xx just to look 'better' than chrome was the first sign of things to come.

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>> No.70813753

Nope, it's for any unofficial build.
Most big distros have written permission from Mozilla to use the trademark on their builds from source. But it isn't universally true.
>If you wish to directly distribute copies of Firefox yourself, you must distribute the latest stable version available atMozilla.org.
Aka exact binaries from their website

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wtf, I thought it was a burrito

>> No.70813775

Never knew this but it explains why there's so many clickb8 articles on Forbes

>> No.70814126

Vivaldi still needs work but it's still good as a back up.
I would switch to waterfox but I know very little about it.

>> No.70814329

Is that a sandwich?

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