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Even though Firefox has a robust system for trying to check certificates, it relies on a system we know is not perfect. 3 plugins have now become a standard part of my FF installations [b]HTTPS everywhere[/b] - https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere [b]Calomel [/b]- https://calomel.org/firefox_ssl_validation.html [b]Perspectives [/b]- http://perspectives-project.org [b][size=4]HTTPS Everywhere[/size][/b], will try and fix HTTP items it sees and replace with HTTPS, so pages that contain mixed methods can be provided securely. You can evwn create your own rules. The browser plugin "Link redirector" (available for all browsers) also does HTTP -> HTTPS redirections, but the EFF project has much more rules by default. Enabling the SSL Observatory will send unknown certificates to the EFF for analysis. This can be selective so certificates from internal or company networks etc. are excluded. [b][size=4]Calomel[/size][/b], gives you extended info about the certificate it can see, and rates it based on many criteria. Browsers only check to see if it is trusted or cancelled, and do not care about the quality. Vivaldi has a nice green shield and has a 100% rating B) Calomel has extra options to allow you to override the internal security settings and pre-fetching, and make it more secure. However you quickly find out many of the sites you use are not very secure, and cannot use the higher quality encryptions. It does also make it easy to tell admin of a site why their server needs upgrading. [b][size=4]Perspectives[/size][/b] checks the consistency of certificates from different locations. This makes sure all users are seeing the same certificate each time, so even if a good certificate used in the wrong place you can see this is normal, rather than a man in the middle replacement. You can set it to various security levels depending on your paranoia level For some reason most of the default servers are not responding, so add the 3rd party list into the config to see more results http://perspectives-project.org/notary-servers/3rd-party-notary-servers/ https://noc.schulte.org/perspectives.html https://yanovich.net/notary.php [b][size=4]KB SSL Enforcer[/size][/b] is a Chromium only alternative to HTTPS Everywhere. Some people prefer it. https://github.com/kbitdk/kbsslenforcer
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