Mozilla rolls out update for disabled Firefox extensions (Fixed)

By | May 6, 2019

Recently Mozilla has rolled out an update for the Firefox web browser. The update allows Firefox users to install browser extensions again, Mozilla has replaced an expired certificate that prevented millions of users from installing and using browser extensions.

The Firefox browser update ensures that disabled extensions, themes, language packs, and installed search engines work again.

Users of Firefox ESR need to update to Firefox version 60.6.2 and for Android users Firefox 66.0.4. is available via an update.

Users of Firefox on Windows, Mac, and Linux can update to the latest version by restarting Firefox, you can check the Firefox version by typing about:support in the Firefox address bar.

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Make sure you always use the latest version of the Firefox web browser by regularly restarting and updating the browser.

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