Firefox HTTP/S header filtering extension (Was: Re: Threats to anonymity set...)
anogeorgeo at yahoo.com
Tue May 23 05:40:41 UTC 2006
--- Mike Perry <mikepery at fscked.org> wrote:
> The only way to do this is via extensions to the
> browser. That way you do not interfere with CRL/OCSP
> for true cert verification (which sadly seems very
> broken in Firefox currently) and it makes it easy to
> switch components on/off if something doesn't work
> because one of your filters isn't quite right.
> And you get SSL for free, because your extensions
> see the web data AFTER the browser has performed
> (optional)rigorous checks to make sure the cert has
> not been revoked or otherwise compromised/spoofed.
> Mike Perry
> Mad Computer Scientist
> fscked.org evil labs
That is a good point and as such I have posted a
request for a Firefox extension that can filter HTTP/S
I am not holding my breath, but it would be nice if
someone took up the project of making a Firefox
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