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Better than a password manager:
Blur makes it easy to keep track of and secure all your personal information online.
( * * * * * ) 5 Stars - CNET
#2 on CNET’s best password managers + digital wallets
#13 Top 50 Tech products - PC World
#18 in Business Insider's 2015 Top 25 companies revolutionizing retail
BLUR IS THE CLEAR CHOICE FOR: BETTER PASSWORDS
Stop forgetting passwords and generate tough-to-crack new ones:
A site you’ve shopped gets hacked and your logins and passwords are stolen in the data breach? No problem: your credit card info won’t even be there:
Even with your passwords and payments secured, you’re still being tracked by hundreds of companies collecting as much data as they can about you - use the Blur extension to:
A best-in-class password only you know protects your account information from anyone, even us.
FREE and PREMIUM
Most features are free and unlimited, but you get more with a premium subscription:
Abine is the world leader in consumer data security. Our technology is built to defend your privacy in new and better ways others do not. We have operated for over five years with a single mission and business model: to protect your privacy. It’s all we do.
We have a full-time Boston-based support team that can help at email@example.com as well as live chat and @Abine on Twitter. They are real people. FAQ’s are right here: https://dnt.abine.com/#/help
If you'd like to review the source code, ask questions about the technical architecture, or challenge us on how privacy-centric the add-on actually is, we're all for it! Contact Andrew [at] getabine [dot] com. Thanks!
Here are the steps for building Blur from source:
# unzip source
$ unzip sourcearchive<version>.zip
# install signtools, mozilla addon sdk, and npm
$ brew install mozilla-addon-sdk npm
# install rvm
$ bash -s stable < <(curl -s https://raw.github.com/wayneeseguin/rvm/master/binscripts/rvm-installer)
# install jpm v.1.0.7
$ npm install firstname.lastname@example.org --global
# install ruby 1.9.3
$ rvm install 1.9.3
# enable ruby 1.9.3
$ rvm use --default 1.9.3
USE NANO or VI to disable signing by changing line 205 of lib/tasks/build.rake to the following:
if (SIGN_FIREFOX_BUILD == ‘never’)
also if you will not be signing the build, add a never here too:
if (SIGN_FIREFOX_BUILD == 'never')
fail("Oh no! I can't find the 'nss-signtool' command. I need this to sign the firefox .xpi!")
# install bundler
$ gem install bundler
# install gems
$ bundle install
# make amo.sh executable
$ chmod +x amo.sh
# run amo.sh
When adding to Firefox, drag .xpi into browser rather than using cfx run.
This should produce a .xpi that is identical to the one we provided, except that there might be a couple of differences in how the uglifier names things on our machine vs. yours. Thanks!
Tento doplněk není kompatibilní s vaší verzí aplikace Firefox a to z následujícího důvodu: