BUT the word signed seems to disappear after a while after the add-on is signed.Apparently next week with the launch of FF 40 this will be all much clearer to see CLOSE but not ready.My opinions ...... Everybody who said XP was ANCIENT/OLD was a LYING MORON.Because There NEVER WAS ANTHING TO REPLACE XP!EVER.I should have known by the warning sign cause I was infatuated with VB6 and I *am* informed.
I must have downloaded a bad install file from java.com. Can you provide a link to guides/documentation? Thank you!'' Was this helpful to you? 2 Quote jbkr Posted 8/12/16, 3:54 AM Helpful Reply That is incredibly frustrating since I'm the developer and I don't want to/can't get it I imported my CA in both, IE is fine, Firefox says the certif is valid for the IP only, not the DNS name Getting SEC_ERROR_BAD_SIGNATURE for every website I visit, running
Interclue and AutoCopy are so fundamental to my work that I don't upgrade unless I can confirm both will work. Following your directions, I looked in "Get Info" and "Open in 32-bit mode" ''was'' selected. chemao August 14, 2015 at 12:02 am # @Soren. After that, they will need to be signed - Add-on signing in Firefox.
Quite frankly, I'm willing to stay on Firefox33 forever if that's what I have to do to continue using this addon. I have no interest in doing this for a personal project, and no interest in distributing it in a store. Reply lodestar August 9, 2015 at 5:08 pm # Clearly Firefox Devs want chaos. Firefox Enable Unverified Addons After removing the add-on I am now unable to reinstall it despite xpinstall.signatures.required being set to false in about::config (I've toggled this on and off whilst restarting Firefox).
Accept the agreement, select your add-on and enable the option "Do not list my add-on on this site (beta)". Unverified Addon Firefox I do not see anything that could be construed as only a warning. I'm using chrome for the time being but I hope it's not the only solution. There is more than meets the eye with this "signing".
Two of my extensions are currently marked, "could not be verified for use in Firefox and has been disabled." These are Roboform Toolbar and WordWeb. How To Enable Disabled Add-ons In Firefox I have to first go to about:config and change some obscure boolean variable - HOW are normal users supposed to deal with that?So Soren, if you think this is the right Thanks Sören Hentzschel September 3, 2015 at 9:02 am # You need an account on addons.mozilla.org. Odin14 Posted 8/20/15, 10:32 AM Question owner This remains a mystery but it is not worth more time to explore--since (as mentioned) I'm fully able to use both programs even though
Chosen solution Sounds like a glitch in the Add-ons page if the extension is actually enabled but shows as disabled. Any other ideas? Could Not Be Verified For Use In Firefox And Has Been Disabled If it changes back to true at the next startup, we need to investigate a possible user.js file. Install Unverified Addon Firefox I'm as mad as hell and I don't think I'm going to take this any more!
It's all what I wanted to know. Long shot but maybe something in this MozillaZine forum thread will help: http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=2576411 Mac + firefox + java applet plugins == pain If no one here has any other ideas, you mozilla Ask a question Sign In English Search Home Firefox Fix slowness, crashing, error ... Is the box "Enable Java content in the browser" unchecked by any chance? This Addon Could Not Be Installed Because It Has Not Been Verified
Hi, sorry, but I'm afraid add-ons that aren't signed in v48 won't work - the '''about:config''' fix was a temporary measure. Will my already installed unsigned add-ons continue to work, or will this new policy also disable those? Incredibly, the installation from the first download worked in Safari and the Java Control Panel, but not in Firefox. Please ask a new question if you need help.
I may be switching browsers cause I don't think I should have to upload anything to get it signed just to use for my own personal use in Firefox. This Addon Could Not Be Installed Because It Is Not Verified Firefox version 48 (OS X) disabled an add-on of mine that I am developing after Firefox updated. Beyond that advanced users will need to use an unbranded version of 'Firefox' to be able to use unverified extensions or use the Developer Edition version or the Nightly version.
We have gone from -'It takes a few seconds. Table of Contents1 Add-on is not compatible2 Firefox has prevented this site from installing an unverified add-on3 Add-on has a high risk of causing stability or security problems and can't be Firefox Editing Tools Article Discussion Edit Article Translate Article Show Translations What Links Here Show History Customize this article Firefox Version 52 Version 51 Version 50 Version 49 Version 48 Version Firefox Enable Unverified Extensions Samm August 7, 2015 at 9:59 am # > Just sign your add-on?
I did find this; http://kb.mozillazine.org/About:config_entries#XPInstall. In the future, Firefox will refuse to run unsigned extensions. Just try it. In the Time Range to clear: drop-down, select Everything.
BUT the word signed seems to disappear after a while after the add-on is signed.Apparently next week with the launch of FF 40 this will be all much clearer to see My only guess is that perhaps it updated itself after Firefox disabled it. Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox Topic Bookmarks and tabs System Details More system details Additional System Details Application User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.1 (KHTML, These two show a pink background.
I deleted pluginreg.dat and restarted Firefox, no help. Make sure SSL protocols are selected in firefox. As you probably realize, I use Firefox ver. 40, not 41--yet the two extensions I mentioned have according to Mozilla now been disabled. Thankyou!
Hi itanimulli, check this: (1) In a new tab, type or paste '''about:config''' in the address bar and press Enter/Return. Table of Contents1 Internet Security software blocking Firefox2 Firefox connection settings3 IPv64 DNS Prefetching5 Firefox cannot load certain websites5.1 Check for malware Internet Security software blocking Firefox If you were able RemySecor 0 solutions 9 answers Posted 10/27/15, 2:28 PM Helpful Reply Same problem when I tried to update from Firefox 33 to Firefox 40 but this is an even bigger problem After the last update (version 49.0) graphics not seem to work properly.
Support Forum This thread was archived. See [[Use the Profile Manager to create and remove Firefox profiles]]. Then, click Close. itanimulli 0 solutions 5 answers Posted 12/5/15, 12:46 PM 10x for the swift response.
by deleting the /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin file? Find a version of the add-on that is compatible with your version of Firefox. Add-on has a high risk of causing stability or security problems and can't be installed Certain add-ons have been blocklisted by Mozilla for being unsafe. I know it's not harmful.
Extension authors can set a maximum version number and if it is marked for strict enforcement or if the extension contains binary (compiled) components, then Firefox will disable the extension in Read this answer in context 8 Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies. I read through this thread, and was saddened by the fact that people really failed to understand the issue which was clearly explained. I think I know what may have happened.