Отличное дополнение Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

Отличное дополнение, выдающее намного больше информации о сайте по сравнению с Flagfox. Правда, информация о текущем IP пользователя, на мой взгляд, лишняя, но ее можно легко отключить.

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Лучшая из лучших! Такого мощного инструмента, встраиваемого в браузер не могут предложить и крупные компании. Я поражён, как это смог создать один человек.

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A definite recommend from my side

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Excellent! A slightly less wordy Privacy Policy (for those of us who aren't techies or lawyers) would be nice.

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Great add-on!!
I have one request/suggestion. Personally, I am concerned about DNS spoofing only with certain sites (e.g., banking or online orders) and not others. So, I'd rather not have the extra traffic most of the time but only when needed. I know it can be disabled in the options but having to open the options menu and check/uncheck boxes is a nuisance. Is it possible to add a global enable/disable option in the context menu? Even better (but more difficult, of course) would be a list of sites in the options that are checked when visited.

Thank you for your suggestion. I'll think about it as soon as I start with the new version

Country flag missing/"deactivated")?! Puntuado con 4 de 5 estrellas

Good and useful add-on, but is not working anymore (country flag missing/"deactivated")?!

I will update the database for addon next time. Thank you for your understanding!

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Superb, NO problem using. Thanks developer.

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Works like charm in firefox.. :-O

Questions Puntuado con 4 de 5 estrellas

There are eight 4 digit external DNS servers under the DNS Preferences. You use the OpenNIC servers so does one add those to the list?
I travel frequently, usually to China where I use a VPN; do I update the OpenNIC servers when I am in China?
I think more details of the preferences are required for amateur users such as myself.

You have the opportunity to change the list according to your wishes such as delete or add new servers. The list is not limited with 4 servers, you can fill it with so many servers you wish

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А ведь и вправду рабочий аддон. Автору спасибо!!!!!!!!!

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (3.0.7). 

Probably the most critical and first plugin you should install in FireFox!!! Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

Seriously, most people won't know what to do with this plugin, but they should. MiM attacks are all too common nowadays and several trojans you may pick up along the way might find someone in between you and your bank or PayPal, or some other secured site where you divulge or access sensitive information which could result in catastrophic results (i.e., no mo money in your bank account!!!).

For informational purposes that are of importance to systems administrators and network engineers, much of the most important information about any connection to a website is there at the hovering of your mouse pointer.

But.... For the average Schmoe and IT professionals alike, this unobtrusive plugin can tell you when a possible spoofing or Man-in-the-Middle attack is underway with your connection - don't surf w/o this plugin. Just don't do it - As the owner of a Cloud computing provider based out of the One Wilshire Building in Los Angeles, I wholeheartedly recommend this plugin first before ANY others... for your own well-being.

Bradley D. Thornton
Manager Network Services
NorthTech.US

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Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (3.0.7). 

Ausgezeichnet! A gorgeous addon! Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

It is especially useful to me given the fact that I am surfing in CHINA. Thanks! Hope the protection against DNS poisoning will continue to be enhanced.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (3.0.7). 

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Отличное дополнение, значительно информативнее того же flagfox.
Спасибо.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.2.1). 

Versatile geo-loc/country-flag/tracert/who-is tool! But.. Puntuado con 4 de 5 estrellas

This seems to be one of a few working alternatives amongst the GEO-location and who-is add-ons. While most competitors only check domain name owners registered location and/or what ISP the IP is registeraed at, this one actually shows the physical location the websites are served from by means of AS number, which is actually used for routing traffic around the net. While it doesn't always have the answer or correct information, corrections can be submitted by any user, anonymously or with OpenID.

You can also check the route that the traffic is taking between the users computer and the webb-server with a simple trace-route from the users computer or from the provided looking glass servers. The looking glass service is also very useful to check if it's only you or your local ISP who's got a network problem or if it's on the other end - is the IP accessible from other locations in the world? Is your own IP available from other locations in the world?

Very useful and versatile tool. I like it!

However, I do have some concerns regarding privacy..

Since the add-on doesn't use a local database, but submits an API-request over the internet for every site visited, please clarify: are the API-requests submitted over secure SSL/HTTPS-connection or just plain HTTP? Plain unencrypted HTTP would "leak" the users browsing habits to any onlooker anywhere on the route between the user and the API-servers. Example from current news: the NSA. I hope the developer can answer that, and fix it if it's not using a secure connection.

For the free version it says "API-servers: 6 via GeoDNS ***", "API in Fort Worth, Texas, USA", "***GeoDNS: USA, Germany, Chile, Singapore, Japan, Australia.". Does that mean my API-requests are sent to Germany (European here - so that's closest), and then on to Texas, USA? If the above mentioned is correct, are my API-requests then anonymized between the Germany-USA-servers, or are they sent over plain HTTP with the users IP included? Some clarification on that subject from the developer would be nice.

It would also be good if the add-on disabled the API-requests in "Private Browsing"-mode, just to be sure nothing is leaking. At least show a privacy warning and give the user a choice whether to disable it during private browsing or not.

Many thanks to the devs for making this add-on!

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.2.1). 

Thank you for your comment!

In the next week, the new version will be released, with bug fixes, new features and a lot of improvements. HTTPS will be added, too.

In the actual version api requests are sent as plain text, but the new one contains https, so, all the requests will only be sent encrypted.

There is the paid version of API for only users, who buy API for their own websites. For add-on users all the information is free.

That's right, the requests are sent to the closest server, in case of failover to the next nearest one. The requests won't be redirected, as in your example, to Germany then to USA, but european requests only go to european server.

The requests can be turned off, this is the top option in the main settings. But I agree it's probably not very clear, I'll think about a better solution. I'll also think of how to implement the better support for "Private Browsing".

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Agreed. This hands down one of my personal most essential addons. ;)

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.2.1). 

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Awesome I can't live without this plugin being a SysAdmin. Thanks!

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.2.1). 

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Поставил версию 2.2.1, появилась, версия лисички 19.0 Спасибо большое за оперативную поддержку!

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.2.0).  Este usuario tiene una valoración anterior de este complemento.

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has stopped working maybe with update to Firefox v19 have tried uninstalling and installing again.

Thanks for the reply Alrond and I would be happy to install 2.2.1 but have not located it yet :-)

I'm going to have to check when I get home from work later but WorldIP is working on my work PC also Firefox v19

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.2.0). 

Please install V2.2.1
You can download it from here:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en/firefox/addon/worldip-flag-and-datacenter-pi/versions/

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Simple and informational.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.2.0). 

Update is needed Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

Please update the plugin, doesn't work with nightly and aurora builds so plugin will be broken with next firefox update.

Thank you

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.2.0).