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Don't download this add!!! It's a waste of time. I recently tried on a fake Chase bank site and it couldn't identify it. There are far better add ons available.
Works as advertised.
But most of us aren't willing to manually validate *every* site that we type *any* information into, even though it usually isn't anything sensitive.
Would be much more useful if there were some options to limit when iTrustPage would ask to validate the site.
For example could optionally exclude *unencrypted*/*insecure* sites/forms, since many of us are already accustomed to only entering sensitive information into secure (ssl/https) forms.
And how about optionally letting the user specify patterns to match sensitive information, e.g. 8-digit numbers (US bank acct) or specific strings/substrings. Could also prompt when entering a password in a password field.