TSL hackers break SSL encryption
Given that many sites do not routinely use HTTPS, can we have something like the ForceTLS FF addon? I have always assumed that KM 1.6.0 supports TLS1.2, but when the site
doesn't use security we're still shafted.
We don't need too many bells and whistles in such a feature:
p.s. I'd not bother with the overlay or anything and just switch it on for browser sessions that need quality encryption e.g. banking.
All needed for that is knowing the GRE pref and crating a toggle button.
I do not know the GRE pref.
Means if I knew more I'd simply try to force the highest possible TSL version that a page supports when needed.
I would not bother with the extension's list or any other added option like privacy mode.
Edited to remove dribble.
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/25/2011 11:55AM by gordon451.