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Mozilla’s previous blog post on the topic says

> Mozilla will provide developer tools to ease the transition to secure contexts and enable testing without an HTTPS server.

https://blog.mozilla.org/security/2018/01/15/secure-contexts...

But the bugzilla entry they linked to with that has been unassigned for two years, so maybe they changed their minds or figure the localhost exception is sufficient.

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1410365

The last comment proposes a whitelist for development domains, but no response to it.






for easy bypass this guard - ( for rapid development / testing ) - and dont have a localhost environment

ths helped me (with the 68.0 win edition):

about:config

set the

media.getusermedia.insecure.enabled

from false to true


Good to know! I'm leaving it alone on my main FF installation, but I've set that in Developer Edition.

on the developer-edition 69.0b3 it didn´t work - may there are some more flags needed. But on the normal edition 68.0 it worked / it is actually working.



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