Firefox is the Mozilla Corporation's web browser. See the Mozilla Corporation's website for more details. Various Firefox derivatives exist, including Iceweasel, a Mozilla-trademark-free version of the browser on Debian
Most modern versions of Firefox are generally compatible with Moonshot.
On Linux, Firefox is integrated with the GSS-API and uses the Moonshot Identity Selector.
On macOS, Firefox is integrated with the GSS-API and uses the Moonshot Identity Manager.
On Windows, Firefox is integrated with the Windows Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) and requires the Moonshot SSP.
In the tables below, the following icons have the following meanings:
Note that accessing supported versions of this software requires a Moonshot compatible client - see the next section for details on which clients are supported.
Firefox/Iceweasel >= v22
This software does not require any special installation instructions - install it as you normally would.
By default, Firefox disables the Negotiate options in their configuration for security reasons.
To enable these, follow the below steps:
For more information on Firefox and the Negotiate protocol, visit the Mozilla Developer Network page on Integrated Authentication.
On Windows, you must store the website credentials in the Windows Credential Manager before you try to connect to the website. For more information on storing credentials in the Credential Manager, see Section 2.2 of the Windows Credential Manager page.
On Linux you should use the Moonshot Identity Selector.
macOS support is currently in development, you must currently use the
The following servers are known to work with this server software using Moonshot authentication (click on the link to see further information about enabling Moonshot in that server):