Good Idea, needs work. Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Doesn't seem to disable RC4 128-bit on Gmail, but I'm also running Cypherfox, so they may be stepping on each other. It is working on this page.The star appears on the Icon when it is NOT blocking the weak ciphers. I couldn't tell whether it was on or off. Maybe a big and small padlock?If these are addressed (and maybe a few other tweaks) this would be a great add-on. For now, it is ok.Interestingly, in order to post this review, I had to disable the weak cypher block (bad HMAC)?

I also don't know why, but I had to quit and restart firefox to unstick GMail's use of RC4. I suspect there is some caching going on, so maybe an option to disable the weak ciphers at startup and have it there as an override if needed. (and perhaps per-site).

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars


I like the idea Rated 2 out of 5 stars

I really like the idea of this add-on. However, I have a couple of problems/suggestions I would like to see changed/fixed.

1) Let the user decide which algorithms/ciphers they want to classify as weak/strong.

2) Make enabling/disabling of this add-on more intuitive. I'm using Firefox 25.0, and there seem to be a couple problems associated with this addon. It creates a little firefox logo on the bottom right of the status bar, clicking on it does nothing, or appears to do nothing. Just clearly defining if the addon is enabled/disabled would help me out greatly.

That is what I've come up with, in my first 5 minutes of using it. I'll keep playing around with it, and let you know of any other potential ideas I may have with it.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (initial_release.rev22.1-signed.1-signed). 

Thanks for feedback

Thanks for your feedback, i just released a version with an icon to see if it's enabled or not.
Next I'm going to add some preferences, if I have some time left ;)
The new version has to be checked by mozilla and is available soon...