- by ononoma, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5Love this ext. Been using it for year. One of the first layers of defense!
Help! First "issue" ever. Just noticed yesterday I now have a 2nd HTTPS Everywhere extension.
Not sure why it's there and if I should delete it.
Running Firefox ESR 52.6.0 32 bit
On Windows 7, 64-bit
Both HTTPS extensions are listed as versions 2011.1.11
"Original" extension last updated 1-11-18
"New" extension last updated 1-28-18
Updates are set for default.
Could the "new extension" be an update w/same # or malware?
Would like to remove one, even if it's benign but not sure which one?
Anyone else experience something like this. I've been using FF forever, I've never had this issue.
Input would be appreciated.
Bit defender, Malware-bytes, pick up nothing.
Use Tinywall as software firewall.
All Windows Critical Security Updates are installed and up to-date
Other Security Extensions Running:
Click & Clean
Uncheck Stay-signed-in for Google Login
- by vn9586, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5It works very efficiently without a problem. Excellent add-on.
On SeaMonkey on the other hand, version 5.2.21 is stable. But if you decide to upgrade it to the latest version, it will make the button icon disappear. I don't know why but it does.
- by Firefox user 13344715, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5I've used it for a long time and enjoyed it. The addon breaks http://www.jamesreads.com/, for example, but fortunately rules can be edited per site.