- by JohnMichaels, 7 months agoRated 2 out of 5The name of this add-on is very misleading, if a website has not already setup HTTPS this add-on does nothing. And in 2020 it is extremely rare for a website to have setup HTTPS but still use an unecrypted HTTP. This add-on does nothing to 99% of the websites people visit.
- by Rulatir, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5Doesn't work with imaves. When I load a page over HTTPS that has images in it with insecure http:// urls, I expect these src attributes to be converted in DOM, so that the browser will no longer display the yellow exclamation mark warning me about mixed content. I can see even in the console that these images STILL load through HTTP. They only load through HTTPS when I do right click -> show image.
Additionally, the preferences page is mostly useless. It _hints_ that there is more functionality (some kind of "rules"), but there is no way to edit those, or the way to do so is undiscoverable.
- by Mitchell D, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5There's too much security now. I have to go through steps in order to enable certain sites (ex: imdb).
It's easier to uninstall this and browse rather than clicking multiple times (and still not being able to access the site in most cases).
What was an easy add-on is now just infuriating.