What an Idea Sir Ji? Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Firefox always do great things.. hats off. You people don't know but the price of Verisign EV is $995. I know 1 website who provide the same with 30% discount. its something thesslstore.com

RE: Updated version Rated 4 out of 5 stars

> Need that updated version for Firefox 3...

No,you don't. It's built into Firefox 3

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Sehr schade das es unter der neuen Firefox-Version nicht mehr läuft

Update...bitte! Rated 3 out of 5 stars

fand das Tool immer cool...nur läuft's bei mir auf verschiedenen browserversionen nett mehr...sehr schade!

VeriSign EV Green Bar Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Need that updated version for Firefox 3...Please. Then I'll download it too!
Honestly can't review it till I use it...but I put 2 stars because "I don't like" not having access to a version I can use. : (

Fix Rated 2 out of 5 stars

I can't really give a review since it doesn't work on most Firefoxes out there. Is there a way to upgrade this add on to make it work for Firefox 3? I'd be nice to see it. I'd be one to add it.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

needs ff3 update

Not all Certificates are now EV SSL yet Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Not all Certificates are now EV SSL yet,
The website as mentioned below http://www.carisma.co.za/
does register its certificates with Thawte Premium Server CA
but they still run the old AES Version 3 PKCS #1 SHA-1 With RSA Encryption certificate. Hence it shows a yellow instead
of a green Bar.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Why can't they fix it to work with FF 3?

New version please Rated 4 out of 5 stars

When will it support FF3

Does not always work??? Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It seems to work ok... except that it does not work correctly on a client's website: www.carisma.co.za


Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Nice idea, but too bug ridden to use.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Please note that this add-on *ONLY* identifies Verisign's own EV SSL certificates. Thawte and GeoTrust are Verisign companies. Other perfectly valid EV SSL certificates such as COMODO are not recognized.

This would be a useful add-on without the Verisign-centric approach but since it is Verisign-centric it gets a thumbs down.

Tried today, works ok Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Hi. I have tried the issues posed by other reviewers and they appear to be fixed.

typing http://www.paypal.com sent me to https://www.paypal.com

https://www.godaddy.com and https://www.entrust.net now show in green as they should, and list themselves as being authenticated by godaddy or entrust correctly.

Now these negatives are corrected maybe more people will test it and review it.

Simpy not good enough yet! Rated 2 out of 5 stars

This add-on is just a half-measure.\r\n\r\nI have decided to use, with great results, Verification Engine from Comodo. It is free and works for both Firefox and IE. It flashes the whole site green when OK, red when not. It covers ALL SSL issuing authorities, unlike Verisign product.\r\n\r\nFor non-secure sites McAfee Siteadvisor seems to work quite well but suffers from uninformed users making site assessments and ranking them sometime red when they are really quite harmless.\r\n\r\nIf Verisign EV improves, I may use it.

Stopped my browser on several occasions... Rated 2 out of 5 stars

This add-on was a good idea. I really liked the idea of safer browsing that it offered. But the idea is better than the reality. This extension has blocked me from browsing normal websites on several occasions. I couldn't even order a pizza from Papa John's without it blocking my access to the confirmation page. The same thing happened with Amazon.com. I couldn't even check up on my book order without being blocked. I was miffed as to why, all of a sudden, my internet seemed to just stop working sometimes. I thought it was my router, my computer, or something else. It even prevented me from accessing the internet at my college campus. Once I removed it from Firefox, everything started working like normal again. I really wished this would have worked, but it really is not at a good point in development right now.

Bug Rated 2 out of 5 stars

When entering a site that should start with "https://" if you put in "http://", you will not be forwarded and will get a blank page. For example, try going to http://www.paypal.com.
I am having problems with other sites, and they still don't work even after I uninstalled the add-on.
How can I get Firefox back to normal?

Doesn't support EV certs from other CAs Rated 3 out of 5 stars

This extension does not support Extended Validation Certificates from other certificate authorities including Go Daddy and Entrust. https://www.godaddy.com and https://www.entrust.net show a green address bar in Internet Explorer 7 but do not show a green address bar in Firefox with this extension installed. According to http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,132017-page,1/article.html this is by design. Except for the problem mentioned above, I did have any problems with this extension.

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Nice! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Another nice security addon.

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Good idea but not beyond beta state Rated 2 out of 5 stars

When I installed this add-on for a testride, I expected a somewhat smooth ride. However I experienced quite the opposite.

It started bad because after installing the add-on, every SSL-website that doesn't implement Extended Validation Certificate became unreachable in firefox 2.0.3. When I tried to stop the bad ride by uninstalling the add-on it turned into a real nightmare because now all SSL-website became unreachable.

I got pretty frustrated because I couldn't quickly figure out why that functionality was broken. Not wanting to spend too much time on fixing Verisign's problem I decided to restore the backup of my firefox profile. Only much later I read what this add-on broke: the setting of "security.OCSP.enabled" was set to 1 at the moment of installation but not returned to 0 when I uninstalled it.

I actually gave them 6 points for the idea, 0 points for the non-working add-on and minus 3 points for screwing up when I deinstalled it.

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