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Found a Autofill, Autocomplete for Firefox

Q: Found a Autofill, Autocomplete for Firefox

Have been researching Firefox for needed improvements and this is two of them
the third is adding more speed to the browser. http://autofill.mozdev.org/

To turn on inline autocomplete in the Firefox web browser...

1. Enter about:config in the URL field
2. Right-click on the page and create a new Boolean value
3. Enter browser.urlbar.autoFill as the preference name (note, case-sensitive: 'F', not 'f')
4. Set the value to true

The speed thing gets it very near DSL, I'm running it on this computer.
Will post it later.

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A: Found a Autofill, Autocomplete for Firefox

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Hi Dr Dave,

I used your advice of speeding up Firefox--it worked, as they say, like a charm. Thank you very much. Not long ago I discovered this browser and fell in love with it. You obviously also use Firefox. Thus you are the guy to ask about the following problem: I'm unable to download anything using this browser because it, in a grip of paranoia, blocks all downloads. So far I haven't found any way to fix the problem. I will appreciate your help.

Best,

Alex45

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Steps to reproduce:

1. Create a basic form with an input element for email
2. Add autocomplete attribute with value "email" and name attribute with some random value (not email).
3. When filling this form, autocomplete doesn't work(no previously used values of emails are listed).


Actual results:

No previously filled values of email are listed even though we have provided autocomplete attribute as email.


Expected results:

Previously used values of emails should have been listed as we have provided the autocomplete attribute as email.

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http://autofill.mozdev.org/
 

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I am new to FF.

I would like to disable autofill / autocomplete.

I have used about: config to place
a new boolean value of false, associated with browser.urlbar.autoFill . Still in the address bar, autocomplete occurs. I have also edited / created userchrome.css & added
#PopupAutoComplete > .autocomplete-tree { display: none !important; }

I placed that line as the first line of userchrome.css , in the xxxxxxxx.default folder.

I have closed FF.

I have rebooted.

Autofill persists.

Your assistance is appreciated.
 

A:FF autofill / autocomplete

Did you look at the Tools / Options / Privacy / Saved Form Information setting and make sure that it is not checked?
 

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Hello, need some help here. I having an issue with autofill/autocomplete when typing in names in the two field in Outlook. It keeps loosing the names. I've tried recreating nk2 file. It works for one day then it stops working. I tried unistalling and reinstalling outlook, recreating new outlook profile, also recreating windows profile. Nothing works. It keeps loosing the autocomplete/autofill function. What else can I do? Windows XP, Outlook 2003. It works for that day and the next day it stops working. any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

A:Outlook 2003 Autofill/Autocomplete issue

I have a client with exactly the same problem. There must be a fix for this somewhere...
 

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A Firefox developer has written a program for autofill.
http://autofill.mozdev.org/
 

A:Firefox autofill

I installed it and couldn't understand how to make it work. I wanted it to work like Netscape's Form Filler did. So, I downloaded RoboForm. I really like it.
 

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I am using Firefox V 3.6.10. Anytime I create a profile in Auto fill and save, all data is available as long as Firefox remains open. If I quit the application and relaunch it sometime later, the profile has deleted. Any idea how I can save the profile permanently? Thank you.
 

A:Firefox forgets Autofill

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4775/
joan
 

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Hi guys,

I remember a long time ago before one of the firefox updates, when I typed something in the address bar of Firefox, it would give me autofill suggestions that matched what I was typing from the BEGINNING of the url. But now when I type something, it starts giving me suggestions from all over, like the MIDDLE or END of the url. For example, lets say I wanted to go to computer.com, so I type "com", I start getting results of the all matches with the word "com" in it with the most visited first, like "blah.COM" or "beCOMe.edu". I think the option I want is for it to autofill alphabetically (disregarding www.) instead of what it does now.

I tried searching on how to fix this Firefox was first changed to do this and I believe I couldnt find an answer. I also forgot what I searched cause I couldnt find any results this time so would appreciate any help. Thanks!

I'm also attaching a screenshot of what I mean. I was trying to go to complex.com and always ended up getting eonline.com as the first option. I also have a habit of pressing enter right away so it kept eonline as the first option cause I was visiting it the most.

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I am using Windows Vista Home Premium and Firefox 16.0.2. I only have this problem on Facebook. All other web sites automatically fill in my user name when I type the first few letters. On Facebook I have to type in my whole user name, it also has 6 dots in the password box every time I go to the sign in page. This is a new problem, it always worked before. If I try other browsers, IE, or Chrome, the 6 dots are not there in the password box but I am not sure if the autofill works because I dont usually use those browsers. I use AT&T Uverse with their McAfee security. I do have the box checked to remember the search and form history. I havent been able to find any fixes for this online so any help would be great.
Thanks, Kurt

A:Firefox autofill problem

Try to delete Facebook username and password from Firefox.
Tools>Options>Security tab>Saved passwords button

Clear Firefox cache (Tools>Clear recent history>Details button

Restart Firefox, go to Facebook, enter your username and password manually and see if it'll remember it next time around.

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I have tried various Firefox add-ons that are supposed to fill in forms, but I can't figure out how to use them. I right-click, and there is no option to fill in the form. I have Autofill Forms 0.8.3 now, and filled in my data under options. But how do I get the data inserted in a webpage form? I use Windows XP.

Any help is appreciated, thanks.

Chip
 

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When I open FF I want it to log in to my igoogle home page but it does not. It has the information stored (when I click next to the web address in the address bar it show the information stored and the UN & PW are there and correct) but the UN & PW fields are empty. Anyone have any ideas on this?

Thanks
 

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Hi Techguy(s)

I noticed an error in my address when I use autofill with FireFox. Went to Tools/Options and got stuck there. Couldn't find where to enter new personal data. Do you delete "saved form and search history". Then how do you put the personal data back in for autofill? Or does it take the info from the next form you fill out.

Thanks for any help.
 

A:Solved: How to change address for autofill in Firefox

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I have a firefox autocomplete ? it can remember what you've entered in forms on web pages, also known as text fields. After you've entered something into a form on a web page (such as a search box), the next time you visit that page, your previous entry will be available to re-use

Where do I delete everything in forms on web pages, also known as text fields. dose this inclue save passwords will be deleted also ? get back to me please
 

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I’m having a problem with Firefox’s autocomplete function in Google.

For Google I use Google.com//webhp?complete=0&hl=en.
This turns off Google’s automatic query & fill function, and then lets me use the autocomplete of searches I've done before.

But it stopped working yesterday for no apparent reason. Maybe I accidentally hit a certain key, I don’t know. And it will not remember any new search words that I enter either.

But if I use Firefox’s Help > Firefox Help and start entering a word in it’s search box, my previous searches show up. And it will remember new search words that I enter. IOW my data is still on the PC, just not accessible via Google like it was.

When previously transferring programs & files to a new computer I found the autocomplete form data stored in a Firefox profile file named Formhistory.sqlite. And this file is still there.

All the settings in Firefox appear to be correct. Again, autocomplete still works in Firefox Help but stopped working in Google.

Any idea how to get it working again?

A:Firefox Autocomplete

I'm having the same problem on chrome. The only thing I can imagine is that Google changed something again. I hope there's a workaround again though as that's how I get to most of the sites I go to.

(Yes I know it'd probably be easier to bookmark everything or start typing the url, but I'm more comfortable with typing in the first few letters of my favorite sites, clicking the autocomplete and hitting "I'm feeling lucky")

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This may belong in the other software forum and if so I appologize but I was wondering if there was a way to access the information firefox stores for auto complete for forms. I know theres a way to view saved passwords through the tools>options menu, is there such an option or perhaps a settings file that would let me do the same for all the auto complete data?
 

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I have installed Firefox 3.1.10 and when I type www. into the address bar a dropdown list appears with previously visited sites. How can I delete this and disable it.
 

A:Solved: Autocomplete in Firefox

Hi xblackrat,
Apparently in Firefox 3 autocomplete is an automatic feature that cannot be turned off, however you can delete stored autocomplete entries so that the autocomplete list does not drop down. Check out the following link -> Firefox Autocomplete Info
Cheers,
 

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The only thing I want autocomplete set on is for my address bar and for usernames and passwords. I don't want it with search bars and things like that. Is this possible to customize it this exact?
 

A:Is there a way in Firefox to set to only use autocomplete with logins?

Sorry, the Saved Forms tab of Firefox Options says:
Save information I enter in forms and the Search Bar.

-- Tom

P.S. You should visit Firefox support and post a question to see if there is an extension that does what you want.
 

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To turn on inline autocomplete in the Firefox web browser...

1. Enter about:config in the URL field
2. Right-click on the page and create a new Boolean value
3. Enter browser.urlbar.autoFill as the preference name (note, case-sensitive: 'F', not 'f')
4. Set the value to true
 

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hi guys
i have firefox 16.0.2
and i want that when i am typing the name of a site that is in my history of browser , the address bar does not complete the addrees but show the adddresses of history below that.
when i turn of autocomplete from privacy , it does not appear any suggetion for domains.i want that just delete autocompletion in address bar

A:turn of autocomplete in firefox

Navigate to options>'Privacy' (the tab)
On the bottom in the dropdown, select 'nothing'

EDIT:
That's obviously not what you are looking for. Instead, you can delete the suggestions by deleting your history. You can also configure by the option above to only use your history or your favourites.

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To turn on inline autocomplete in the Firefox web browser...

1. Enter about:config in the URL field
2. Right-click on the page and create a new Boolean value
3. Enter browser.urlbar.autoFill as the preference name (note, case-sensitive: 'F', not 'f')
4. Set the value to true
 

A:How to turn on AutoComplete in FireFox

mine did it on default .....
 

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In IE 6 I could set my AutoComplete not to track/keep my URLs in the Address Box. I can't seem to find that option in Firefox. I prefer not to keep the history in the Firefox Location bar.
Nepsa
 

A:Firefox AutoComplete process?

Tools>>Options>>Privacy>>History
Tools>>Options>>Privacy>>Saved Form Information
 

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I have a firefox autocomplete ? it can remember what you've entered in forms on web pages, also known as text fields. After you've entered something into a form on a web page (such as a search box), the next time you visit that page, your previous entry will be available to re-use

Where do I delete everything in forms on web pages, also known as text fields. dose this inclue save passwords will be deleted also ? get back to me please
 

A:firefox autocomplete? (Moved from Windows 10)

Here you go:
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/k...-address-and-credit-card&utm_source=inproduct
 

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Win XP Pro SP2
Firefox 1.0.7

address bar autocomplete is "on". I want to disable this "feature".

FF > tools > options > privacy > "save information . . " is unchecked

2. userChrome.css
http://www.mozilla.org/support/firefox/edit#css
This file sets the display rules for various elements in the Firefox user interface and is located in the sub-folder called chrome in your profile folder. As with user.js, this file does not exist by default, so you need to create it before you can start adding your preferences. There's actually an example file that exists by default, called userChrome-example.css. Basically, you can just rename that file by removing the -example part

I created userchrome.css, as above & added
/* Hide auto-complete in address bar */
#PopupAutoComplete, .autocomplete-tree { visibility: hidden !important;
display: none !important; }

/* Remove arrow from Address bar */
.autocomplete-history-dropmarker { display: none !important; }

My userchrome.css contents:
/*
* Edit this file and copy it as userChrome.css into your
* profile-directory/chrome/
*/

/* Hide auto-complete in address bar */
#PopupAutoComplete, .autocomplete-tree { visibility: hidden !important;display: none !important; }

/* Remove arrow from Address bar */
.autocomplete-history-dropmarker { display: none !important; }

/*
* This file can be used to customize the look of Mozilla's user interface
* You should consider using !important o... Read more

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I'm not sure this is the right forum for this.

Well, that's the problem. It had been working fine. I have Windows xp Home. In Firefox Options>Security I have a check for Remember passwords for sites. In the Privacy tab I have a check for Ask me before clearing private data. Is there some place else I should check? How can I get it to work again? Thanks, grandpaw
 

A:Solved: Firefox AutoComplete quit working

When you go to Options > Privacy tab > Settings, make sure the box is not checked next to Saved Passwords.
 

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Hi everyone.

I have been trying to clear my address bar info as I browse using Firefox.

I have tried 'clear private data' but cannot clear the drop-down bar as I can using IE when I go to

Internet Options>Content>AutoComplete>Clear web addresses(etc).

Is there a similar function in FF that will clear my address bar?

Thanks in advance. lennon:

A:IE "AutoComplete" option for Firefox?

Your Address bar? as in your history?

- Go to the Clear private data section as you previously did
- Press "Settings"
- Ensure "Browsing History" is checked
- Clear your private data again

If you're running FF3 (Everyone should be now, it's amazing) then i think you may be referring to the dropdown box which displays your bookmarks. To clear this you would have to clear your bookmarks, You may also have a bookmark history or "recently bookmarked" section in your Bookmarks menu, to disable this i belive you can delete it.

Also you may have a "Smart bookmarks" folder on your bookmarks toolbar, it bookmarks recent pages... To stop that delete the folder...
(or the entire contents of the folder)...

If you want rid of the bar completely i've found something which will be of interest:


Quote:




Go to about:config

Search: browser.urlbar.matchOnlyTyped

Set to true
Search: browser.urlbar.maxRichResults

Set to 0




From: http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewto...38765#p3438765

Hope one of these helps,
Jamey

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As I always do a couple times a day, I check to make sure that Firefox and the add on were up to date and got this. Checking for Firefox updates worked fine but as soon as I went to check add ons I get those pictures. I have not changed anything and I have very few add ons.

A:Look what I just found with Firefox.

I don't see that either by goto mozilla.org directly or by clicking Check... in Plugins. All looks normal here.

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Spyware found in (Coral) IE Tab Plus (3.6) - 1.95 • mozillaZine Forums

A:Spyware found in Firefox add-on IE Tab Plus 1.95

Thanks for the heads up.

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I am being drive absolutely crazy with Firefox 3.0.11. 99% of the time I click on a link or put a url into the address bar to search I get "Address Not Found - Firefox can't find the server at………..URL" I the click 'Try Again' and the site comes up.My OS is Win XP Pro SP3

I've searched the mozilla forums and there seems to be a lot of confusion and queries on this subject but no definitive answer.

Has anyone experienced this problem and found the answer?

Joe Watson
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A:Firefox Address not Found

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Does anyone know a solution for "server not found-connection was reset" in Firefox 3.5.6.? This is happening a lot lately. Is it a Firefox problem or ISP problem?

A:Firefox 3.5.6 server not found etc.,

I have it didn`t fix.

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I recently added the Firefox browser to my 2nd computer. Things print OK when in IE mode but in Firefox I get the error message: "The printer could not be found." My OS is 98 SE and my printer is HP Deskjet 960c.
 

A:Printer could not be found in Firefox

When you select the Print function or use "Ctl P", what choices are offered in the Printer Name drop-down window?

Is there a Printer PHYSICALLY attached to this PC or are you trying to use a Printer over the network?

Sounds like a Printer definition problem.
 

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Hello,

I come to you asking for help. I am a man in need.

I went out of town for a couple days and the only person left in the apartment was my roommate. When I got back he said something about a virus and the internet not working anymore. So I go ahead and start up FF. and it says the server could not be found. FF is the only thing that doesn't work.

I asked him for what he did and he said he was trying to download porn lol.

I ran spyware/malware and virus scans and I found nothing so far.

Please help!
 

A:Firefox (Server not found)

Bump please!
 

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Lately, at least five times in the last six days, I have clicked on Mozilla Firefox, only to get the window that says, "Server Not Found",with the advice to "'Try again."

I do that to no avail. The only way I can get my computer to go to Firefox is to Restart it. Then it will work.

Any tips on how to avoid the "Server Not Found" window and get to Firefox right away?

Thanks.
 

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hi !

i actually found this story in a thread under "Browsers", but thought it also should be posted here under "Security".

Spyware found in Firefox add-on IE Tab Plus 1.95 !

"Just a heads up for those sys admins who might be using the IE Tab Plus (3.6+) in a corporate enviroment (lan/intranets/webguis etc)
or you just value your security and privacy,
the current update being pushed out for this Firefox Addon is also installing without notice
components that capture all URLs/refferers visited as well as numerous other user statistics and
transmit them back to superfish dot com via a hidden https XSS request (3600000ms)

if you have these files in your profiles extensions subdirectories located in
\yourFFprofiledirectory\extensions\[email protected]\com ponents

nsSuperfishComponent.js (5.4k)
nsSuperfishProgressListener.js (15.7k)
nsSuperfishStatistics.js (16.5K)
nsSuperfishUtils.js (60.8k)

then you have the spyware installed"

the full story: Spyware found in (Coral) IE Tab Plus (3.6) - 1.95 mozillaZine Forums

A:Spyware found in Firefox add-on IE Tab Plus 1.95 !

The "feature" is called Windows Shopper and has been removed in newest release. It should not have been added in the first place and I have removed the add-on and will not reinstall it.

mozdev.org - coralietab: installation

Jim

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This is most frustrating i`m getting it frequently. (attached) Is there a solution please? (www.abc.net.au is my home page.)

Note: It happened just now when i tried to go into TSF. It goes alright for a while and then gets back into the "server not found".

A:Firefox 3.6 server not found

With v3.6.6 happens occasionally to me too. Reloading the page brings it right up, so until someone gives us a fix, we'll just have to put up with the nuisance.

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For about a week I'll get a "server not found" message when trying to access websites. It doesn't happen all the time and when I click refresh, the page opens usually with no problem. I thought maybe there was an ISP problem but tech support claims there is no issue. I'm running Vista with the latest FF release. I've also noticed a lot of pages loading slowly and often the images not showing up. I've attempted to do a clean re-install of FF but still getting the same issue.
 

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I have Firefox 2.0.0.9
When I first start Firefox and click on any link or type a URL, the program changes to a new page saying "Server not found". I have found that it might be somthing pertaining to the add ons. I have 5 installed at this time. They are all working fine but one or all of them seems to be the culprit. If I disable or enable any one of them or all of them then close Firefox and restart I then have no problem with the browser at all as long as I don't restart my computer. Then I have to go through the same steps all over again in order to use Firefox. This problem was not an issue when I first started using this new version. It started approximately a week later. I have also completely uninstalled this version, downloaded a new copy and installed only to find the problems still exists. I have Windows XP
Any ideas would be very welcome.
Thanks
Bruce
 

A:Firefox "Server Not Found

There's been some trouble with 2.0.0.9 since its release. It's the quintessential work-in-progress.
http://forums.techguy.org/web-email/647725-firefox-wont-start.html
You may wish to check the forums at news.mozilla.org for topics relating to problems with 2.0.0.9; there has been a lot of such discussion lately.
I think FF has begun spell checking me at random, as I'm seeing the typos highlighted despite never having enabled this setting.
 

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My laptop recently popped up with this problem whereby Firefox keeps getting the address not found error. I connect to my modem via marvell yukon gigabit ethernet. My computer says i am connected to the wireless but when i check ipconfig, my connection-specific DNS suffix is blank and my media state is disconnected. Is there a problem here?
Any help would be greatly aprreciated,
Thanks!

A:Firefox adress not found error

Have you tried Resetting your router(assuming you have one) and/or modem?

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This problem just started a few days ago on my Windows machine. Now, I would open up an internet browser (Firefox/IE 6.0) and it would give me a 'server not found' message. My connection is present, and with a few page refreshes, or by restarted the browser, the page will finally load. Then, as I am surfing, it will randomly give me the 'server not found' page again, and I would have to kill the browser to get it back. Does anyone know what would cause my internet browsers to not recognize there is an internet connection present?

To back this up, I would have an AIM session open and it goes uninterrupted when the internet browsers give me the 'server not found' page. There is nothing wrong with my ISP, I also use a Mac and it does not have the same problem.

Any ideas?
 

A:Firefox, IE 'server not found' problems

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My store computer will not start IE or FF this morning. I have been able to run an already installed Malwarebyte's AntiMalware on it, and then after seeing RelevantKnowledge in the System Tray staring at me, uninstalled that (Malwarebyte also flagged it and removed portions of it).

I have now been able to install Chrome and at least give them a browser to use but IE and FF still will not run. I have tried to uninstall FF and install an older version (2.0.6) and the latest version (3.6). Both attempts failed to install (says it is installing, starts up, then immediately terminates and says "All done!!", but it lies!). FF will flash up for a moment, then "crash" pulling up the Mozilla Crash Reporter.

IE just hangs at a blank window.

This is on a Windows XP Pro Svc Pack 2. Running AVG Free Anti-Virus 8.5.439.

Also running Panasonic POS software, which includes the CAT subdirectory. The "C:\XTCP\XTCPService.exe" is ok as well.

Thanks in advance for your help - appreciate you folks donating your time to fight against this stuff.

Here is log:

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 1:51:05 PM, on 6/28/2010
Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.6001.18702)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
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A:IE and FireFox won't start, RelevantKnowledge Found

Bumping this. Also, I have now another one of my restaurants (I own a franchise with 5 locations), whose PC has the same issue as above.

Again, IE and FF won't run (IE actually crashes at this site, instead of just hanging). Windows XP Pro running on this pc.

I did not uninstall anything on this #2 PC yet, here is the HTJ log for PC #2 (which is XP Pro, Svc Pack 3):

(Note: the POWER software is a known entity)
Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 5:56:38 PM, on 6/29/2010
Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.6001.18702)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MsMpEng.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Program Files\CyberLink\PowerDVD\DVDLauncher.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\carpserv.exe
C:\Program Files\QuickTime\qttask.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MSASCui.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\AVG\AVG8\avgtray.exe
C:\Program Files\Symantec\LiveUpdate\ALUSchedulerSvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Java\Java Update\jusched.exe
C:\Support\DeeEnEs.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ctfmon.exe
C:\Program Files\Google\GoogleToolbarNotifier\GoogleToolbarNotifier.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\AVG\AVG8\avgwdsvc.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\basfipm.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\crypserv.exe
C:\Program Files\Canon\IJPLM\IJP... Read more

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Over the past week I've been having an increasing incidence of Server Not Found errors accessing certain pages with Firefox, and the corresponding errors in IE7 (and IE8) and Opera when I tried using them. The error doesn't occur all the time, and in fact appears to be band-aid fixable via dns flush (ipconfig /flushdns) on the command prompt. That lets me connect to most any site at least once, before it starts throwing the Server Not Found error.I am using a Dell Inspiron 1525, running Windows Vista Home Premium.My Firefox is v 3.6.3As mentioned above, I tried using other browsers, including updating from IE7 to 8. I have run Spybot S&D (although according to Firefox, "Firefox can't find the server at www.safer-networking.org.", so I had to download the program with a different computer and transfer it over on a flash drive), as well as a registry-fixer called Regpair.exe. I have updated darn near everything I can find to update, and even gone so far as to delete all my browser programs and do full reinstalls. I use avast! 4.8 home edition antivirus. I ran a full-scale scan and turned up three viruses (kfx.exe was the only one whose name I can recall), got rid of those, re-did the Regpair, re-did the uninstall-install, re-did the Spybot. And no luck.Before I start just blindly eliminating items at random, I was hoping someone could glance at my HijackThis log and be able to say, "well that's your problem right there..."Logfi... Read more

A:Firefox Server Not Found issue

Hello , And to the Bleeping Computer Malware Removal Forum. My name is Elise and I'll be glad to help you with your computer problems.I will be working on your malware issues, this may or may not solve other issues you may have with your machine.Please note that whatever repairs we make, are for fixing your computer problems only and by no means should be used on another computer.The cleaning process is not instant. Logs can take some time to research, so please be patient with me. I know that you need your computer working as quickly as possible, and I will work hard to help see that happen. Please reply using the Add/Reply button in the lower right hand corner of your screen. Do not start a new topic. The logs that you post should be pasted directly into the reply. Only attach them if requested or if they do not fit into the post.Unfortunately, if I do not hear back from you within 5 days, I will be forced to close your topic. If you still need help after I have closed your topic, send me or a moderator a personal message with the address of the thread or feel free to create a new one.You may want to keep the link to this topic in your favorites. Alternatively, you can click the button at the top bar of this topic and Track this Topic, where you can choose email notifications. The topics you are tracking are shown here.-----------------------------------------------------------If you have since resolved the original problem you were having, we would appreciate you let... Read more

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For about a week I'll get a "server not found" message when trying to access websites. It doesn't happen all the time and when I click refresh, the page opens usually with no problem. I thought maybe there was an ISP problem but tech support claims there is no issue. I'm running Vista with the latest FF release. I've also noticed a lot of pages loading slowly and often the images not showing up. I can post the Hijack this log if deemed necessary.
 

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Does anyone know a solution to fix this firefox error: ****FIREFOX.EXE- Entry Point Not FOund**** The procedure entry point NS_Alloc could not be located in the dynamic link library xpcom.dll. Any assistance would be much appreciatedModerator Edit: Moved topic to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

A:Firefox.exe- Entry Point Not Found

Hi K()nT3nTs,I would first create a new Profile and see if the problem exists in it. Close Firefox and end tasks of any Firefox processes still running via ctrl/alt/del.Your plugins and Add ons should work in your new profile just like they did in the old one. They are installed in a directory housed in the Mozilla Firefox app folder.Locating, Creating and Backing up Your Profile Folder in Firefox.More Tips About Profiles.

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Matthew Broersma, Techworld.com
Mon May 9,11:00 AM ET

Firefox has unpatched "extremely critical" security holes and exploit code is already circulating on the Net, security researchers have warned.

The two unpatched flaws in the Mozilla browser could allow an attacker to take control of your system.

A patch is expected shortly, but in the meantime users can protect themselves by switching off JavaScript. In addition, the Mozilla Foundation has now made the flaws effectively impossible to exploit by changes to the server-side download mechanism on the update.mozilla.org and addons.mozilla.org sites, according to security experts.

The flaws were confidentially reported to the Foundation on May 2, but by Saturday details had been leaked and were reported by several security organizations, including the French Security Incident Response Team (FrSIRT). Danish security firm Secunia marked the exploit as "extremely critical", its most serious rating, the first time it has given a Firefox flaw this rating.

Critical Flaw Found in Firefox
 

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Also reported here http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/4532127.stm

Regards - Oldie
 

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ok, first let me start by telling you I have 9 computers on my network, 8 of them work flawlessly, so I'm fairly sure its something wrong on this specific computer (I'm telling you this to save a lot of time of "checking the network, routers, modem, and so on).

The computer with the problem is an HP Studio 17 with an intel core 2 Duo T5750 2.00MGH. I am running a 32bit Vista home premium operating system, and have 4GB of ram (yes, I know thats overkill on a 32bit system).

When connecting to the internet, I get "Server Not Found" in Firefox, "internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" in IE, and even my e-mail program (Thunderbird) can not connect to my POP3 servers..

I am using the following builds:

Firefox: 3.5.3
IE: 8.0.6001.18813
Thunderbird: 2.0.0.23

Now, to fully explain what its doing: It seems, my computer is only connecting to ONE thing at a time. Meaning, if I go to facebook, and hit refresh for about 15 minutes, my computer will finally connect to facebook. Once its made that connection, I can surf to any facebook page without problem. Then, if I want to go to google, I again have to refresh the page and after 15 - 20 minutes, I'll make a connection to google, and lose the connection to facebook, I'm free to surf any page on google, but if I want to go back to facebook (or any link from google) I have to start that 15 - 20 minute refresh deal again.

I also notice that this problem doesn't happen all the time. S... Read more

A:Server Not Found (firefox AND IE) Vista

Hello and welcome to TSF.

Have you made sure that your router/modem can actually handle 9 connections? Have you ensured that the ninth computer is correctly set up to connect to the network? Perhaps you need to open ports or even forward ports.

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Firefox has unpatched "extremely critical" security holes and exploit code is already circulating on the Net, security researchers have warned.

The two unpatched flaws in the Mozilla browser could allow an attacker to take control of your system.

A patch is expected shortly, but in the meantime users can protect themselves by switching off JavaScript. In addition, the Mozilla Foundation has now made the flaws effectively impossible to exploit by changes to the server-side download mechanism on the update.mozilla.org and addons.mozilla.org sites, according to security experts.

The flaws were confidentially reported to the Foundation on May 2, but by Saturday details had been leaked and were reported by several security organizations, including the French Security Incident Response Team (FrSIRT). Danish security firm Secunia marked the exploit as "extremely critical", its most serious rating, the first time it has given a Firefox flaw this rating.

In recent months Firefox has gained significant market share from Microsoft's Internet Explorer, partly because it is considered less vulnerable to attacks. However, industry observers have long warned that the browser is more secure partly because of its relatively small user base. As Firefox's profile grows, attackers will increasingly target the browser.
Two Vulnerabilities Found

The exploit, discovered by Paul of Greyhats Security Group and Michael "mikx" Krax, makes use of two separate... Read more

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May 9, 2005 10:56AM

"The Mozilla Foundation partially patched this issue on the server side by adding random letters and numbers to the install function, which will prevent this exploit from working," said FrSIRT, which posted the alert on Saturday.

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A French security testing company has found two holes in the latest version of Firefox that it rates as "critical."
The vulnerabilities could allow hackers to implant code in a Web page that would create a batch/exe file with a malicious payload such as a Trojan or key-logger on the PC of anyone viewing the site, warned testers at the French Security Incident Response Team (FrSIRT).

"The Mozilla Foundation partially patched this issue on the server side by adding random letters and numbers to the install function, which will prevent this exploit from working," said FrSIRT, which posted the alert on Saturday.

FrSIRT rates the flaws as critical and has posted proof-of-concept exploit code on its... Read more

A:Two New Critical Flaws Found in Firefox

so if you have no sites on your trusted list are you safe?

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