This extension for Firefox will displays a friendly notification when the website you visit either uses HTTPS OR uses HTTPS with mixed content (some nonsecure items within the page).
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PrivacyFox tweaks various preferences in Firefox in order to enhance the privacy of users; it will also try to enforce these changes to maintain your privacy online.
Secure Login is a login extension for Mozilla Firefox integrated password manager. Its main feature is similar to Opera’s (the browser) Wand login.
Unblock the web and change your IP with 5 locations across the globe. ZenMate secures your browsing with encryption – protecting you from hackers, snoopers and data thieves who prey on unsecure connections.
The last time I took a look at LastPass, it was 2010. So I thought it was time we give this add-on another look as it looks like the extension and the service itself just continues to get better. LastPass, an award-winning password manager, saves your passwords and gives you secure access from every computer and mobile device.
Remember that add-on named, Do Not Track Me? It seems it has evolved into an entire service that sounds pretty nice. The new service’s name is Blur. Blur is set up to be a “better” password manager. It wants to make it easy for you to keep track of and secure all your personal information online.
Simple and secure password management. Login automatically, never forget another password, stay in control of your passwords and improve their security. Powered by the world-renowned KeePass password safe.
This add-on adds a simple preference to set the minimum SSL version that Firefox will accept.
What is ILovePrivacy all about? It brings up more privacy to Firefox. Tell your browser to stop sending tracking info. Without this add-on Firefox may be sending some info (e.g. network IP address, battery status, connection type, page you’re coming from, …) about your computer or device to all visited pages.