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Old 05.05.2019, 00:01
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Exclamation Firefox Add-on CORRUPT - DISABLED - CANNOT BE INSTALLED

I've been using JD for years and this is the first time seeing this issue: Firefox just deactivated the JD add-on and doesn't allow me to reinstall it, stating that the file is corrupt. So now, when the captcha screen opens Firefox, it does not show the usual captcha page. Instead:

Browser Extension Needed
This captcha is harder to solve than others. JDownloader needs help from our browser extension to continue. This works without MyJDownloader account, no need to login or register! Just install the extension and start the download again.


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Under Add-ons it now says: MyJDownloader Browser Extension could not be verified for Firefox and has been disabled.

Is that something you need to change on your end, or can we tweak it on our end? I don't see a why to force enabling it.
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Old 05.05.2019, 00:53
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It's currently all over tech news. Mozilla messed up the certificates for addon signing. Seems like one of their certificates expired. There's a thread in their forum for official updates.
nothing we can do, as fault lies with mozilla group. Personally a working interm fix is to use another browser (chrome). Advanced setting > BrowserCaptchaSolver.browsercommandline
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Old 05.05.2019, 02:52
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ah, ok, that sucks ... but will probably be fixed by them soon.

So for your interim solution, so I simply right-click the command line you mentioned and replace "null" with C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Chromium\Application\chrome.exe

and, after Mozilla fixes their issue, I go back and simply type in "null" again?
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Old 05.05.2019, 02:55
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I tried adding C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Chromium\Application\chrome.exe, but it says it's an invalid string
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Old 05.05.2019, 03:05
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correct, you can use the field reset (arrow) button.
you need to double escape the slashes like the description indicates.
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Old 05.05.2019, 04:39
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thank you. I tried
[ "C:\\Users\username\\AppData\\Local\\Chromium\\Application\\chrome.exe", "%s" ]
but it still returns incorrect string
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Old 05.05.2019, 15:22
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I also tried "C:\\Users\username\\AppData\\Local\\Chromium\\Application\\chrome.exe", "%s"
but it didn't work (and the path is definitely correct)
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Old 05.05.2019, 15:29
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In Firefox:

goto "about:config"

set "xpinstall.signatures.required" to false

After a restart the add-ons will work again.

Be aware signatures of add-ons are no longer checked.
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Old 05.05.2019, 16:30
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@zOrlAc
did you edit the username to match yours?

@mero4711
I personally would not recommend todo that.
try there recommendation and enable studies
https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/cert...-install/39047
or
just wait for mozilla to push updates.
or
use chrome
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