Aug 20, 2016 Setting up an Enterprise Root Certificate Authority isn’t a task that you’ll complete on a regular basis and something I think I’ve done twice, maybe 3 times, ever. Each time I forget what I did previously and you can guarantee I’m using a different version of Windows Server each time. Please note as you read these article and the next, that whilst I have an interest in PKI, I don’t. Even with those, Avast still sets the ImportEnterpriseRoots Enterprise policy in Firefox. Causing it to consider as trusted ANY CUSTOM ROOT Certificate that might have been added to the OS certificate store, not just Avast's scanner certificate.
Hello again, This is a re-post of 288 because my lab conditions were tainted and tests not valid. I am using GPO to set ImportEnterpriseRoots setting. Under about:policies the setting is true and locked but our enterprise root cert is no. Firefox does not, by default, recognize certificates in the Windows certificate store. Use an enterprise policy to add CA certificates and set the ImportEnterpriseRoots key to True. In Firefox, type about:config to access the configuration. Configure the security.enterpriseroots.enabled setting to true. Policies and procedures play a very important role by defining an organization's guiding principles, providing detailed task instructions and forming the basic structure of business operations, according to the Global Post.
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Antivirus software never stops troubling Firefox users, particularly Avast. Like Chrome, depending on the version you use, expect Firefox to show “Your browser is being managed by your organization” or “Your organization has disabled the ability to change some options” message in Settings if you’ve installed security software.
FYI, the first message is currently being displayed in Nightly, and the second is showed in Firefox 67 stable version. This can happen if external software such as Antivirus set policies for Firefox browser, luckily the message can be removed.
If you’ve installed Avast antivirus on your computer, Settings page informs your organization placed restrictions on you to not to change settings. If your PC does not belong to any organization and you’re the only single user using it, then that may annoy you, rightly so.
Visiting about:policies from browser address bar reveals all policies set by user or external software for Firefox browser. Here, in this case, you’ll notice “ImportEnterpriseRoots” policy being using and its value set to true.
Navigating to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Policies/Mozilla/Firefox/Certificates also shows ImportEnterpriseRoots” Dword enabled by Avast.
In about:config you can find pref “security.enterprise_roots enabled” value as “locked“.
Remove “Your browser is being managed by your organization” message in Firefox
1. Open the registry editor
2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREPolicies
3. Select and delete “Mozilla” parent key present below Microsoft on the left side
Chrome Managed By Your Organization Remove
3. Restart the Firefox browser and visit Settings, you’ll no longer see the message.
Note: Uninstalling Avast removes the policy only, but the key will be left in Registry, and notice will still be shown in the Firefox browser, it is mandatory to remove Mozilla registry key we mentioned above to see the message go away.