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Let Firefox automatically accept “authentication required” dialogue

I'm using a proxy and when I start a browser and visit first page, I see the prompt for the password. I've saved it before in Firefox, and the form is prefilled and I need only click "Login". But I don't want to see this prompt and start Firefox with preconfigured proxy:passwords.

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marked as duplicate by random Jun 28 '12 at 1:06

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Maybe FoxyProxy can help. I've used it for years; it's very stable.

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To save proxy username and password in firefox do the following:

  1. Go to Options → Security
  2. Check "Remember password for sites"
  3. Click on Exceptions and remove all or remove proxy site from the list
  4. Restart Firefox
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