CheckMyHTTPS

CheckMyHTTPS

CheckMyHTTPS is a method allowing the verification (check) that your secured web connections ('HTTPS' protocol) are not intercepted (neither decrypted, nor listened, nor modified).

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4.33 (Rating count: 9)
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2024-01-15 Firefox user 18241984 ** Major trust issue alert ** The add-on reports that it now has a compromised back end service API. You may now see an error "This public key does not match the one required by the server" within the add-on about:addons config screen. I have tried this on multiple computers, same catastrophic security error. The public key no longer matches the expected API key. This add-on normally sends all your website URLs to a back end server that the developer hosts free of charge (how "generous"... hmmm). Notwithstanding this suspicious setup which is funded "some how", this error would indicate their server has been compromised. Someone else is now hoovering up all your URLs, maybe the CIA, FBI, MI5, Mossad... who knows. Also, https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=checkmyhttps.net suggests the server's certificate chain is incomplete. which is odd. The Public key you should see in the add-on.. -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----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-----END PUBLIC KEY-----
2023-06-14 Firefox user 12763212
2023-01-26 kriztmark godson
2022-09-01 Martin
2022-01-08 DaddyCool Excellent. Long-time user. Version 5.5.3 is now ineffective due to latest 5.5.4 (January 06th 2022) ready but not yet approved. So if you're trying 5.5.3 and it doesn't work, don't be surprised. This said, quite a bother for users of 5.5.3 to have to wait for 5.5.4 : versions' synchronization would have been appreciated. EDIT : I see that checkmyhttps.net now has its own local repository ; great. CheckMyHTTPS ver. 5.4 now installed and running as always perfectly well (only the Certificate fingerprint was updated). A majot tool IMO, especially nowadays : HTTPS "passports" happen to be falsified, so to say.
2021-04-03 Pantoffelheld und Prahlhans bauchpinseln Mumpitz.
2019-11-27 Enrico
2019-02-15 Skyrge Good addon, but in its settings, the server reverts to its default value (checkmyhttps.net) each time the browser restarts. So 4 stars only for now.
2018-12-30 Firefox user 13354354 A good little piece of software. Easy to install, do one thing and doing it well. About the punycode, look at https://www.xudongz.com/blog/2017/idn-phishing/ and don't forget to tweak "network.IDN_show_punycode" in about:config (set it to true) and do the test again.
2018-05-08 Christophe The only extension that make possible to detect which web site is hi-jacked by the my company's proxy