My Favorite Add-ons
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Displays the current SSL/TLS cipher, protocol and certificate chain in the Add-on bar and Site ID dialog
Note from Mozilla: This add-on has been discontinued. Try Roomy Bookmarks Toolbar instead.
LinkExtend provides meta-site-ratings for computer safety, child safety, company ethics, and popularity. Safety results come from eight online services giving you a safer browsing experience. Site links, titles, files and reviews are also included.
Create Prism applications directly from Firefox
Informs you when digital certificates for secure websites are used.
Find out which websites you can trust. WOT adds intuitive traffic light-style icons next to search results and URLs so you can decide whether to visit a site:
• Green – The site is trusted
• Yellow – Be cautious
• Red – Online threats detected
SSLPersonas by Tobi
SSLPersonas shows you how secure a web page is in a very obvious way: It changes the Firefox theme according to the SSL status of a website.
Access nearly all areas of the German Ubuntu portal ubuntuusers.de, the international forum ubuntuforums.org and more than 100 other (int.) websites around Linux, Ubuntu, hardware & software etc.
The extension is translated into English and German.
Better Protection. Did you know that web sites use Flash to track you with Flash based cookies?
Privacy Plus will add a simple checkbox in the [Clear Recent History] dialog that will allow you to delete these cookies (Flash LSO) anytime you like.
Shows the current status of your local network and devices/routers in the tool or status bar.
A Dragon Go Server extension. Regularly checks for new moves on DGS, showing a system notification, and maintaining a context menu of game links.