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Firefox Beta 41.0b2 All Links become "Get me out of Here" and nothing works

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Firefox Beta 41.0b2 All Links become "Get me out of Here" and nothing works

When Jaksta Media Recorder is turned on, then all links in Firefox are seen as Untrusted and generate "get me out of here."

http://jaksta.com/products/windows/jaksta-media-recorder

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Not a bug

That's not a bug. Firefox is working properly and alerting on a security issue.

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That happens

When the sire has an expired certificate... I would contact them as the issue is in their hands or I hate to say use a different Browser. I know personally I have to occasionally log into a work vpn with an outdated certificate and the only I can get itn is on IE and I have to ignore the warning

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"Not a bug?"

It can't be a certificate issue because it applies to all sites, even a Google search, and when you click "Submit Feedback" in the Firefox Help menu.

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Due to media recorder

It's due to media recorder inserting itself. Every page that claims to come from Google is passed through media recorder and thus not from Google.

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Due to media recorder

That makes sense, but it does not happen in Firefox (non-portable) or Google Chrome, or I.E. So shouldn't this be considered a bug, and what if anything is a work-around for it?

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Newer Firefox

Have you tested it locally with the beta or just the current stable? Likely, the beta is better about detecting potential security threats as Mozilla has been adding code specifically to detect them from extensions and add-ons.

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