My customer reports that all his extensions are disabled on firefox-60.6.1 distributed as part of their desktop build.
This is already report as an upstream bug
All extensions disabled due to expiration of intermediate signing cert
I'm cloning Fedora bug 1706295 to allow for this to addresses in RHEL7.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open firefox and check extensions
2. Click Legacy Extensions
Most of my extensions are listed as could not be verified to use.
A workaround set xpinstall.signatures.required to false at about:config.
Unofficial builds are available here - http://people.redhat.com/stransky/firefox/
Will there be an update for RHEL 6.10 ....?
(In reply to David Bein from comment #6)
> Will there be an update for RHEL 6.10 ....?
The link  contains unofficial builds for RHEL 6,7,8 and that's what I have available so far.
Mozilla postponed next regular ESR release (60.7.0) to May 21 (https://wiki.mozilla.org/Release_Management/Calendar). Latest available add-ons hotfix release is 60.6.3.
(In reply to Martin Stransky from comment #8)
> Mozilla postponed next regular ESR release (60.7.0) to May 21
> (https://wiki.mozilla.org/Release_Management/Calendar). Latest available
> add-ons hotfix release is 60.6.3.
Hmmm - I ran into the master password problem when I managed to install the mozilla build of 60.6.2esr.
I recovered from it using a backup of the masterpw database. It seems like this new approach will work better.
Thanks for the 60.6.3 build which I will test ...
Just tested the 60.6.3 private build from Martin's branch.
(1) The verification workaround disabled
(2) uBlock Origin certainly appears to be happy
(3) No issues with master passwords AFAICT
(4) The only thing I did was re-enable xpinstall.signatures.required to it's default: true
Martin - on behalf of 1000's of Redhat customers - thank you very much :)
Fixed by 60.7.0 ESR release.