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How to close developer tools in browser Firefox Chrome/Safari but not Internet Explorer

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How to close developer tools in browser Firefox Chrome/Safari but not Internet Explorer

Introduction

I have a Moodle site that opens in Firefox Chrome/Safari but not Internet Explorer. This is a problem because the site relies on IE to display the HTML code for the pages, which means that people using other browsers must deal with broken pages until they update their browsers to work with IE again.

This issue has the following causes:

If you are using a SOCKS proxy server to connect to the Internet and it is not working, check that it is working. In particular, some hardware-based personal firewalls that require setting a SOCKS proxy server cause this problem.

If you are using a SOCKS proxy server to connect to the Internet, check that it is working. In particular, some hardware-based personal firewalls that require setting a SOCKS proxy server cause this problem.

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If you are using IE7, try temporarily disabling your add-on extensions and installed toolbars.

If you are using IE7, try temporarily disabling your add-on extensions and installed toolbars. This is usually a temporary fix that can be enabled again after the problem is resolved.

If this does not resolve the issue, then there may be something wrong with Internet Explorer 7 itself or with your installation of Moodle (Moodle is the name of our software). You should contact us so that we can help troubleshoot the problem further

If you are using a web-based firewall, such as ZoneAlarm, ensure that port 80 (the HTTP port) is open for outgoing connections.

If you are using a web-based firewall, such as ZoneAlarm, ensure that port 80 (the HTTP port) is open for outgoing connections.

Port 80 is used by web servers to serve content and by web browsers to connect to them.

If you are using Windows XP SP2 (or any version of Windows with an enabled virus scanner):

If you are using Windows XP SP2 (or any version of Windows with an enabled virus scanner):

  • Disable the virus scanner. To do this, open Control Panel and click on the “Virus Protection” icon. In the Security Level window that opens, click on “Change Settings”. In the file association window that opens, select Firefox or Google Chrome from the list and then click OK. Restart your computer so that it will recognize these changes when you re-launch Internet Explorer or Safari again

Try disabling your browser’s ‘phishing filter’:

If you’re using Firefox 2 or 3 and have the phishing filter enabled, try disabling it.

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For IE7: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/971335

If you have any other browser installed on your computer (such as Chrome or Safari), please make sure that it’s not blocking access to this website by going into “Settings” then “Security”. In the section for ‘Firefox’ or ‘Chrome’, check one of those two boxes next to ‘Use same settings as my other browsers’.

For Firefox 2 and 3 see http://kb.mozillazine.org/Turn_off_Phishing_Filter

You can turn off the phishing filter by clicking on about:config in Firefox, or by going to “chrome://settings” and navigating to the Security tab. Then change the value for “Phishing Filter” from “on” to “off”.

If you have previously turned off the phishing filter, when you open a new window or tab with this site it will appear as though you have disabled it again (this is normal). However, if you click on Options at the top right of any page with Moodle installed then select Advanced Settings… there should be an option called Enable Phishing Filter which should be set to true by default (though if something else has changed since last time we’re testing things out here then don’t hesitate in double checking).

For IE7 see http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/using/howto/security/phishingfilter.mspx

For IE7 see http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/using/howto/security/phishingfilter.mspx

If you are using Windows XP SP2 (or any version of Windows with an enabled virus scanner):

  • Try disabling your browser’s ‘phishing filter’:
  • Go to Control Panel > Security Center > Internet Explorer Security and turn off Anti-Phishing Security Level 2 or whatever level is appropriate for your system configuration. This disables phishing protection but won’t affect other types of spam filtering, like spam block lists in Safari or Firefox; if you want those features back on, then just go back into Internet Options and re-enable them there!
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Note that this solution is not recommended by Microsoft; see http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=894755 (That page also explains in detail why the phishing filter might cause these problems.)

Note that this solution is not recommended by Microsoft; see http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=894755 (That page also explains in detail why the phishing filter might cause these problems.)

This error message is caused by a Moodle vulnerability that was patched in version 3.3.0-beta2, which was released on 17 October 2018. However, it appears that some users still have access to older versions of Moodle running on Windows Server 2008 or earlier machines and are therefore affected by this issue.

Firefox Chrome

If you’re using Firefox 2 or 3, you can turn off the Phishing Filter. To do this:

  • Go to about:config in Firefox and click “I’ll be careful”.
  • In the filter list, find network.http_auth_ gorgeously_secure_and_safe but right-click it and select “Turn off”.

Safari but not Internet Explorer

  • Safari but not Internet Explorer
  • Safari, for some reason, doesn’t show up in our results. If you’re using a Mac, try using Chrome instead of Safari.

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