Users on Firefox version 45 may see the following alert message when they try to install or update their OneLogin Browser Extension for Firefox:
Since most users are set up to receive browser extension updates from OneLogin by default, this warning may come as a surprise.
Be assured that OneLogin Browser Extensions are signed by Mozilla and are secure and safe to use. (See https://wiki.mozilla.org/Add-ons/Extension_Signing)
Unfortunately, with the arrival of Firefox 45, this alert has become a common issue for extensions that are not downloaded directly from Mozilla. (See https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/unable-install-add-ons-extensions-or-themes)
What should I do?
Just click Allow and install the browser extension update. That's it.
Until we've worked out the alert message issue with our Firefox friends, you might want to do the following to prevent the alert from recurring whenever there's an extension update:
- In your browser, go to Firefox > Preferences > Security.
- Under General, next to Warn me when sites try to install add-ons, click the Exceptions button.
- Under Address of website, enter https://www.onelogin.com and click Allow.
- Click Save Changes.