What is plug in and how can I get rid of him?

Prevents me from emails from finish. Display the error message with three choices, don't ask the question, continue, stop to plug.

Start Firefox in Safe Mode {web link} by holding down the < shift >
(Mac options)
key and then from Firefox. Is always the problem?

Some added addons toolbar and anti-virus are known to cause
Firefox issues. Disable all of them.

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