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And that problem was that the "whitelist" is really a blacklist and i ended up adding basically every website to my "whitelist" as I thought whitelist means "works with SSL" while it actually means "does not work with SSL". In German, it was translated to positive list which made things even more confusing but now I got it to work for most sides (some domains seem not to work but in that cases HTTPS Everywhere will do the trick)
is there a way to store the master key?
I do not want to tipp it every time I register.
Maybe conent it with the Firefox Masterpassword?
With best regards
But only until Firefox 3.6
In Minefield it doesn't work at all