Show your password in a readable format in the password fields of the web pages.
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This extension prevents user to type a password in a page served without “https” protocol: it disables the input of the password and highlights the password box with red.
Google search and other search engines and websites seem to ignore Mozilla’s ‘Do-Not-Track’-header and add tracking functions to their search results and external links anyway. This add-on shows tracking-free links or optionally replaces the results with those links.
Get a faster browsing experience by blocking nasty web resources using Bluhell Firewall, the lightweight Ad-Blocker and Tracking/Privacy Protector.
This add-on displays web vulnerability information from PunkSPIDER about the site you’re currently visiting. PunkSPIDER is an open source project that scans the entire Internet for web vulnerabilities and provides the results free and open to the public.
DontPhishMe is an Anti-Phishing add-on for Mozilla Firefox which utilizes the pattern matching techniques to provide anyone with information and notification to protect them against online banking phishing website.
When installed this add-on will colorize your tabs depending on the protocol they use (currently [http/https red/green respectively] only). So you would know if you are browsing through a secured connection even if you have hidden the navigation bar.
Cookies can be removed on-demand and automatically based on pre-defined simple rules. Used to clean up cookies from certain sites or clean up all cookies except from certain sites. This can be done both on demand by a simple click or automatically.
Encrypted Communications is an add-on for Firefox that encrypts messages to be transmitted in a confidential way, mainly to send E-Mails with sensitive data, or to post on Facebook or any other social network confidentially. If you need to send a secret, this add-on will help.
Piigeon checks whether Web sites protect your passwords and other personal information as you browse the Web. Piigeon indicates this information to you as an icon so that you can decide whether you would like to use a site on your current network.