Or you could ask Firefox to cease releasing updates before they let other software manufacturers have a look to see how they affect their programmes. This must be a two way street
It's not userfriendly to hide this function so deep!
The settings button of the "toolbar" that is displayed on amazon only shows disable amazon/all for 24 hours but not disable completely
EDIT: the settings button doesn't work anymore, at least for me (FF 27.0.1)
Same here - the settings button no longer works for me, either. Which means, as far as I can tell, I have no way to configure my browser/internet settings where avast is concerned. I'm also using FF 27.0.1. This is completely unacceptable.
Firefox is the problem. Firefox isn't the program/software that was most recently updated in this equation, but sure. I'll contact Mozilla and let them know that my avast (pro!) is largely unusable since I let it (avast) update last week. I'm certain that will get me exactly what I need. "Dear Firefox: this antivirus service, which I pay for, no longer works since I updated it a few days ago. You are not connected to this product or company in any way, but could you magically fix it? Perhaps by either going back in time or becoming psychic from here on out? Thanks!"
I understand that your role is to be fanatically supportive of the company (uberevangelist?!), but 1) this makes no sense and 2) you're not helping. At all. And I'm sure no one here appreciates being condescended to. We have legitimate complaints that need helpful, functional responses, not rudeness and sub-optimal suggestions.
I pay for this. It should work. It doesn't. That is not okay. It is also not okay that my only option is to disable online security altogether.