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Yes you're correct i am using Adblock plus. The only two addons i use in firefox is Adblock plus and pdf.js. Adblock plus was appearing to be working properly in Waterfox on other sites such as Youtube and OCN. I don't know why it isn't working for google though, so i don't think the problem is Adblock plus.

That's probably because of the implementation of google HTTPS on firefox 14. Firefox 14 now supports and defaults google search to be in encrypted/secure search whereas in version 13 https is not on by default. (needs HTTPS Everywhere add-on).

This is not the cause. I said earlier i was using firefox 14 beta where it already has been implemented for a long time. Chrome also uses https google searches and it looks normal. Clearly something has been changed in Waterfox.
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I actually do not know what the cause is. I haven't changed anything related to that, and if you check the URL that WF14 uses for Google it's the same as what FF14 uses as well.

I'll try and find out.

    
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All of a sudden, I'm seeing pages blocked by something called StopBadware. How do I switch that off....???
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Just a quick post. Wanted to let everyone know that there's a new version of Adobe Flash. At the moment, I would recommend NOT to download it. I'm seeing some reports of Firefox crashing after the update. There's no info yet on what this version fixes or what new features it contains. I'll try to find out more and post more info later.

**Keep in mind that some users will automatically get this update if you chose to get the updates automatically (default setting) when you installed the last two versions. If this is you, report back on any crashes or improvements. You're the testers for the rest of us.

Latest version released today is 11.3.300.265

To see what version you have, click the following link: http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/
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All of a sudden, I'm seeing pages blocked by something called StopBadware. How do I switch that off....???
Fake anti-virus type of thing, perhaps?
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All of a sudden, I'm seeing pages blocked by something called StopBadware. How do I switch that off....???

 

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All of a sudden, I'm seeing pages blocked by something called StopBadware. How do I switch that off....???
Fake anti-virus type of thing, perhaps?

 

http://stopbadware.org/

 

It's been around for years. If you visit malicious websites, you'll get a warning about it from the browser. If you visit the website from Google search, you'll get a warning from Google itself.

    
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Never ever seen it before, and I'm not visiting any sites that I haven't been visiting for years. Fortunately. I figured out how to turn it off.
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Never ever seen it before, and I'm not visiting any sites that I haven't been visiting for years. Fortunately. I figured out how to turn it off.


Sometimes false positives come about, and then they got sorted within a few days.

    
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Edited by LamiX - 7/11/12 at 1:21pm
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Adobe Flash 11.3.300.265 has been released. There's still reports of bugs not being fixed and Firefox/Waterfox crashing after installing the latest version. So if you feel adventurous and want to take a chance on the latest version, follow the directions below:

* New features:
- Fullscreen text input
Enable full support for all keyboard keys available to a SWF running in full screen mode.

* Fixed Issues:
- Upload button not working on photoshop.com (3223953)
- Audio is garbled in Win XP on certain sound cards (3223249)
- Audio not heard while playing videos in Flash Player on Win 7 and Vista on certain sound cards (3223256)
- Video not playing for DisneyConnection (3223286)
- Various general stability issues

* Known Issues
- Audio distortion issues when streaming Flash content(3212648)


Check to see if you have the latest version Adobe Flash 11.3.300.265: http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/

Reinstall Adobe Flash by doing the following:
1) Download and run the 'Official Adobe Flash Uninstaller'
http://download.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/support/uninstall_flash_player.exe

2) (Optional) Open Windows Explorer and delete the following folders:
C:\Windows\System32\Macromed
C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed

**If you can't find/locate the folders, then skip this step.

3) Reinstall the latest Adobe Flash Player:
For Internet Explorer 32bit & 64bit - http://download.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/licensing/win/install_flash_player_11_active_x.exe

For Waterfox and other browsers 32bit & 64bit - http://download.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/licensing/win/install_flash_player_11_plugin.exe

**You can install both. That's what I do so I have the latest Adobe Flash for everything.

4) You're done! Using these steps will properly remove Adobe Flash and reinstall a fresh copy.
Edited by djkilla - 7/11/12 at 5:01pm
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