Firefox Disables Browser Extensions

Firefox Disables browser Extensions due to an Expired Certificate. Mozilla has disabled all extensions in its Firefox web browser, the company writes on its website.


The plug-ins no longer work because a security certificate has expired.

The extensions have completely discontinued working for Firefox users due to the error.

Each plug-in for the browser gives a message that it “could not be verified for use in Firefox”.

Firefox offers apologies on Twitter for not working the extensions.

“We are working hard on a solution to this problem and will keep you informed.”

It is not plausible to install new extensions until Firefox comes up with a solution.

It is not apparent when that will happen.

According to Firefox, tests are currently being conducted.

Extensions enable users to add additional options to their browser.

For example, an add-on can be added to use a password manager or VPN service.

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