Disruption of Mozilla

Gentlemen, I used Mozilla for years... no problem until today. I turned on the computer (by normal) and a Mozilla icon opens to allow access to Mozilla. OK, I did. Once you have done so, I proceeded to download my files as usual. Now, I can't get in any URL. "Is there a problem with this page." I turned it off and tried... again no difference.

What should do? I have Microsoft Please call me at the... EDIT phone number deleted. Privacy issue. Please, don't post phone numbers, this is a public forum and indexed by search engines. ~ J99

I'm stuck and need help quickly.

Thank you

Is the address bar still work, perhaps to open a page included as subject: House?

It is possible that your security (firewall, antivirus) software blocks or limit Firefox or the process of plugin-container without you inform, possibly after the detection of changes (update) for the Firefox program.

Delete all rules for Firefox and the plugin-container in the permissions list in the firewall and allow your firewall to ask permission to get access full and unrestricted, again to install for Firefox and the plugin-container and the update process.


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