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Re: [tor-talk] REGULAR Firefox_temporary fix for disabled browser extensions

If anyone's interested - for REGULAR Firefox, changing the
"xpinstall.signatures.required" to True, didn't work for me.

But there's an updated blog post about a Mozilla workaround (for regular

It involves enabling in Privacy & Security: "Allow Firefox to send
technical and interaction data to Mozilla."
They list full (simple) steps.
Which they call enabling "Studies."  Note: they say you can disable
"send technical & interaction data," once addons are re-enabled.

It said it could take hours for the "studies" to be applied to Fx &
addons to be re-enabled, but it happened in a few minutes for me.  Note:
I'm using Fx 63 _Linux, from Mozilla's site, not a Linux distro version.

On 5/3/19 11:02 PM, Mirimir wrote:
| All extensions disabled due to expiration of intermediate signing cert


See https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19823928 for workarounds in
MacOS and Linux.

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