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Need help HP Unified Functional Testing Agent extension for FireFox


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#1 jadentyhy

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Posted 28 December 2015 - 09:17 AM

I have private extension HP Unified Functional Testing Agent extension for FireFox , I installed it in FF and worked for a couple of months ago. But now, FF shows that this it not verified and disable it. implantImplant Nhân Tâm đầu tiên tại Việt Nam đã thực hiện thành công ca phẫu thuật cấy 2 implant zygoma ở vùng răng sau và phục hồi răng ngay tức thì cho bệnh nhân có xương hàm trên bị tiêu trầm trọng.

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Posted 28 December 2015 - 11:08 AM

See the Firefox help page entitled, Add-On Signing in Firefox, paying particular attention to the section, Override add-on signing (advanced users).

 

I would first check to see if HP has issued a signed version of this add-on before taking the route of editing the Firefox configuration file.  If they have not then this is your only choice if you wish that add-on to be able to run until a signed version is released.  If you have to tweak the Firefox configuration file you should tweak it back if a signed version is released.  These protections have come into existence for good reason.


Edited by britechguy, 28 December 2015 - 11:09 AM.

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