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    SSL_ERROR_ILLEGAL_PARAMETER_ALERT

    by zersetzung ·

    After visiting youtube,076,ne,jp (an Invidious instance) literally 1,988 times (as per browser record) this year, I now get SSL_ERROR_ILLEGAL_PARAMETER_ALERT in my Firefox browser (v 107.0). I am the only one getting this error, no one else does. I know its a hack/purposeful harassment and I would like to know how to undo it? Im guessing some registry key was changed through the govt malware on my device.

    Found some answers on google, but I’m not changing my settings to allow no encryption (changing some settings in browser from 1 to 0 and so on)…besides I have a bit of a different issue…im not behind a proxy (AFAIK) and I am client-side. I’m in the security field so please feel free to give real answers that are actionable….im not here to quibble on details; but if you need extra tech info feel free to ask…

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    • #4009947
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      So did you try Firefox’s Safe Mode?

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to SSL_ERROR_ILLEGAL_PARAMETER_ALERT

      If the problem goes away it’s likely some add-on.

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      by kees_b ·

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      Does it happen also in Chrome or Edge? If not use that browser.

      Or make a new Firefox profile (after exporting your bookmarks). Just rename the Mozilla>Firefox folders in your Appdata>Local and Appdata>Roaming folder and Firefix will make a new default one.

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