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Firefox Extension Stopped Working

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I have Firefox version 66.0.3 (64-bit) installed and it has disabled my Enpass extension.  I try to download current Firefox extension from enpass.io/downloads and I get an error, "The add-on downloaded from this site could note be installed as it appears to be corrupt". 

Is this a new problem with a new version of Firefox or an isolated incident?  I have not found a way to get Enpass working with Firefox now.  I have not downgraded Firefox to an older version yet as I am hoping to get this resolved.

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I have the same version of Firefox and, as of yesterday (4 May 2019), Firefox has disabled the Enpass Add-in giving a similar message that the Add-On it was corrupted or not trusted. I have used the Firefox and the Enpass Add-on - without any problems - up until yesterday.

Enpass have you a solution to this?

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Hey guys, this has nothing to do with Enpass. Mozilla missed updating important certificates, which causes the issues you experience. To solve the problem you have two options:

  1. Wait for Mozilla to resolve the problem with e.g. a rollout of a new Firefox version
  2. Apply the studies mentioned in this post i.e. apply Firefox Preferences -> Privacy & Security -> Allow Firefox to install and run studies. You can disable studies again once you restarted your browser.

After (2) Enpass addon should work again.

 

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One other option, if you're running an ESR version of Firefox, is to go to about:config and toggle the preference " xpinstall.signatures.required " to false.

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