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You may also want to look in ~/Library/LaunchAgents as well as ~Library/LaunchDaemons for a file consisting of a series of numbers and letters. The sequence of these characters will be the same in both directories. Send them both to the trash (you will be asked to login), then empty trash on restart. Another method to unhijack the browser is to Force-Quit ...


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It is unwise to post link-only answers, yet I'll point interested readers at https://github.com/pyllyukko/user.js. A metric tonne of security- and privacy-related settings are there, waiting to be implemented in your Firefoxes. I also link to permanent webarchived version of the main script in case the repo gets deleted or lost: ...


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However, I would have to make sure that Firefox actually checks the validity of the certificate, or am I wrong? Does Firefox do that? If you add an exception for a certificate to Firefox it will only associate the exception with the hostname in the URL. If you then get the same certificate with another hostname you must add the exception again. If ...


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It sounds like you haven't included a subjectAltName section in your self-signed certificate, listing all the domain names and IP addresses under which you'll access the NAS device. Even though Firefox has been told to disregard that this certificate has no trusted issuer, it still can't confirm that the URL you're using is covered by your security ...



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