Posts Tagged ‘firefox

In case you are seeing the error message “Unable to load stream. Please make sure port 7446 is open on your NVR.” when trying to watch the live camera stream on your Unifi Video NVR system from Ubiquiti, then the solution is rather simple. The error is caused by the self-issued certificate that comes by […]

Ever been in the need of running more than one instance of Mozilla Firefox? Well, I have. Multiple times. I use Firefox for my browsing and development. Combining both in the same profile has been a pain many times especially when ones development is intensive leading to high memory and CPU consumption unfortunately ending with […]

Today using the version of Pidgin that came with Fedora 10 I received the following certificate prompt: Accept certificate for ows.messenger.msn.com? The root certificate this one claims to be issued by is unknown to Pidgin. The majority of cases of unknown certificate issuers are due to the chain of trust breaking down. This break down […]

After upgrading to the latest version of the free anti virus application from AVG I encountered constant crashes of Firefox. It seems that AVG 8 includes a utility called LinkScanner which marks whether a website is supposedly a threat or safe upon using a search engine: I am not the biggest fan of these utilities […]


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