PasswordShaker Version History

6 versions

Be careful with old versions!

These versions are displayed for reference and testing purposes. You should always use the latest version of an add-on.

Version 1.0.2 1.0 MiB Works with Firefox for Android 55.0 and later, Firefox 55.0 and later

* Fixed a mistake in the documentation that made the "Getting Started" page look confusing for new users

Version 1.0.1 1.0 MiB Works with Firefox for Android 55.0 and later, Firefox 55.0 and later

- You can now change the page action icon style via the options page. Two new styles that match the Firefox 57 Photon default and dark themes are included!
- Bugfix: The context menu entries no longer bypasses the minimum master password length check
- Tweaked profile selection font size to enhance menu legibility on Windows 10

Version 1.0 988.9 KiB Works with Firefox 55.0 and later

PasswordShaker is no longer considered experimental!
- made sure that master password input can be cached even if the OK button is not clicked
- replaced ricmoo's scrypt with dchest's scrypt-async for performance boost
- slightly increased default cost factors
- changed default algorithm to scrypt (from Argon2)
- hid Argon2 from settings UI due to the JavaScript implementation's experimental status (compatibility for existing users is preserved)

Version 0.1.2 985.8 KiB Works with Firefox for Android 55.0 and later, Firefox 55.0 and later

- Increased autofill compatibility with JavaScript-heavy forms
- PasswordMaker engine can now display its input text in the page action popup
- Increased domain matching compatibility between PasswordMaker legacy engine and the PasswordMaker Firefox extension
- Internal restructuring

Version 0.1.1 987.7 KiB Works with Firefox for Android 55.0 and later, Firefox 55.0 and later

Version 0.1.1: fixed a default setting to match the documentation

Version 0.1 1014.7 KiB Works with Firefox 55.0 and later

This is an experimental release for testing. There is still a small chance that errors in the password generation algorithms are discovered that could cause a break in compatibility before version 1.0.