Blur For Firefox
To all Firefox Blur users: Firefox recently introduced “Web Extensions” — a revised framework for Firefox add-ons making them faster and more secure. You must login to Blur on Firefox to keep from losing any of your stored Blur data like accounts, passwords or auto-fill identities. PLEASE NOTE: TO MIGRATE DATA SUCCESSFULLY YOU MUST USE THE SAME FIREFOX BROWSER AS YOU REGULARLY USE WITH BLUR You can use the following steps to enable Backup & Sync and complete the migration process: 1) Login to Blur for Firefox using the button below (direct link: 2) Follow the on-screen instructions to enable Backup & Sync: 3) Once you’ve enabled Backup & Sync, written down your Backup Passphrase, and manually exported your stored Blur data, you’re all set! Frequently Asked Questions Q: I use a different internet browser than Firefox, or I don’t use Blur to store any auto-fill data, does this still apply to me? A: Nope! We do recommend regularly manually exporting your stored Blur data to avoid any potential data loss.
Q: Do I have you use Abine servers to migrate my data? A: No. You can manually backup your stored Blur data, and then import the backup file once you’ve logged back into Blur in Firefox.. Q: I use an older version of Firefox and won’t use Firefox 55, does this apply to me? A: Yes, as you should always keep your Blur extension up to date. • Use about how to login to Blur and manually enable Backup & Sync • Use about how to manually export your stored Blur data • Use about how to view your Backup Passphrase Need Help? Media Classic Plyer on this page. Email us: blur-support [at] getabine [dot] com LiveChat: (office hours are Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm, Eastern Time).
Sorry for the inconvenience. If you’ve activated Backup & Sync or manually backed up your data, then you’re all set. The not-so-good news is that Firefox has tied up our update for Firefox 55 and it hasn’t been approved yet. We’re expecting it any hour now, but it could be the rest of the week based on our past experience with them. That said, Blur 7.5.2333 will not function properly on FF55 until our next update is released. In the meantime, to get Blur active again, you’ll need to downgrade to Firefox 54 until they release our update.
Here’s a guide we made for this. Mac: PC: We’re very sorry about this inconvenience (really, annoyance). Please know we’re doing everything in our power to rectify this issue ASAP, and to push Firefox to review and approve our update *now*.
Note that you can access all of your data here: — to look up passwords, cards, and more without downgrading. Email us at blur-support [at] get abine [dot] com.
This is WAY TOO MUCH imposed bother and time, and lousy instructions. “Export.” Export where? I am NOT going to waste even 30 seconds wading into the pages of ensuing “Read More.” (Which I did long enough to see it is a quagmire of ambiguity and mulitplying conditions, obviously written by programmers who have no clue how to issue simple user instructions.
If I have to do anything other than click through complete, ready-to-go command executions, YOU HAVE FAILED to produce a usable consumer software application.