I purchased this script for a project but didn't end up using it. Would like to sell to recover some of the losses. Asking $ 100. Comes with the Stripe add-on, the Facebook Connect add-on and the Coupon add-on. Also comes with a bunch of plugins that I will have to email to you once you have made the purchase.
When I install an add-on to Firefox, choosing it from the ones I find by using the Tools / Add-ons menu, sometimes after a few days Avast pops up a warning that the add-on is “unreputable” and strongly recommends and offers to remove it.
Of course malicious add-ons could potentially steal my passwords, intercept anything I type in that browser and do horrible things in general, so when I see such warnings I don’t think twice and I just remove the add-on, but it’s becoming too frequent and annoying, and it surprises me a lot that apparently Avast knows so much better than Mozilla about unreputable Firefox add-ons.
If Avast discovers malice in an add-on and lets the world know and even offers to remove it, why at the same time Mozilla happily keeps offering the add-on for long time? I had some that Avast recommended me to remove many months ago and are still offered in FF. Mozilla might even offer add-ons that were never checked at all, see this answer, but how is that possible if add-ons are potentially so dangerous? I’m also curious about how common successful attacks via FF add-ons are.
Also because if it’s so common that FF add-ons that keep being offered in FF are unreputable, I would have a good deal of worrying to do for the past, because I kept “unreputable” add-ons installed for a while before Avast found them.
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I’m using Firefox 66.0.3 on Ubuntu, and like everyone else I’m experiencing the certificate bug which causes addons to be disabled. However, in one of my user accounts, the addons still work like a charm. I only have one Firefox, from the official repos. Should I assume that my installation is compromised somehow?
Ive used Firefox for years, but in a recient update, Firefox Quantum, disabled all of my Firefox addons. The addon page in Firefox shows a link to a Firefox help page that states the reason. “Only extensions built using WebExtensions APIs will work. .” At the bottom of the page it gives a work around. Set;
xpinstall.signatures.required to false in
about:config. I was able to reinstall one addon, Video DownloadHelper, but the rest I try to reinstall gives me a message in a red box,
Download failed. Please check your connection. Is there something else I can do before I try a different browser?
Dell Optiplex 7040, Ubuntu 18.1, Firefox 66.0.3 (64-bit)
you deleted my post.
Sorry, I didn’t mean to tell the truth it’s so hard to deal with and I guess you know it was the truth by how quickly you deleted it.
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