- 评分 1 / 5来自 Haf，1 年前Completely trashed PayPal. Prevented PayPal objects loading and sloooooowed it down terribly.
- 评分 1 / 5来自 Alex，3 年前Misses to detect a lot of HTTP sites that can be redirected to HTTPS. While another addon called HTTPZ redirects the same sites to HTTPS.
- 评分 1 / 5来自 Mark Craig，4 年前Does not work, period. I use Thunderbird, another Mozilla property (still, at least in name if an unwanted bastard child) to manage RSS feeds, and there is one site with a feed that insists on delivering HTTP links in the feed rather than HTTPS. When I click on those HTTP links in the header of the feeds in Thunderbird, Firefox now refuses to open them, so I needed something to correct the site's carelessness. Smart HTTPS claims to do that but it doesn't: the links when injected into Firefox still aren't converted and still fail.
- 评分 1 / 5来自 grahamperrin，4 年前Extension not effective · Issue #27 · ilGur1132/Smart-HTTPS
- 评分 1 / 5来自 sergio，5 年前After installing you will never be able to search a word from url bar.
Just do not install it!
- 评分 1 / 5来自 anthea7，6 年前Not working. Whitelisted non-encrypted Websites are still called with https and are thus blocked from being displayed.
- 评分 1 / 5来自 Crogon，6 年前I was shocked to see the Firefox Devs recommending a third party add-on, Smart HTTPS. Smart HTTPS is actually pretty stupid, and does not include complex rulesets. The Electronic Freedom Foundation has spent a LOT of time making sure that hundreds of the most common violators of this issue are dealt with correctly. HTTPS Everywhere may not redirect everything everywhere, but it does fix even the most complex rule breakers, like Facebook. Check out this link and click through to the Facebook ruleset for an example. https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere/atlas/
The Electronic Freedom Foundation has spent a lot of time and resources developing this, and they should be congratulated. The author of Smart HTTPS should be ashamed, and ought to team up with the EFF.