Make FF SSL address bar turn green

Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by StevieO, Sep 26, 2009.

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  1. StevieO
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    Found this, did it, and it works as you can see from my screenie.

    FF-SSL.png

    http://blogs.computerworld.com/make_firefox_flag_secure_web_pages_as_green

    There were 2 userChrome.css files in my Chrome folder. I changed the .css extention of those 2 slightly thinking that the new one i dropped in might interefere in some way/s.

    Very easy to do, and only takes a minute for an extremely useful improvement. This is the type of help you can quickly give to everybody you know, oh and you.
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  2. 1boss1
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    Re: Make Firefox SSL web pages turn green

    Hmm that's odd i could of sworn Firefox done this, it must just be my theme.

    This is how mine looks:

    pp.png

    The color code behind the PayPal URL is #A0C8A0 if you want to tinker and make it darker.

    But yes excellent modification one of those things everyone should have, it could save a lot of people being phished.
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  4. StevieO
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    Re: Make Firefox SSL web pages turn green

    I wish i'd changed the title of this thread to -

    Make FF SSL address bar turn green

    I got the " web pages turn green " from the link. Actually it's incorrect and confusing, as it's not the web pages that turn green, just the address bar ! So if it can be changed by someone, i think that would help make it a lot clearer to passing eyes.

    1boss1

    Good tip.

    JRViejo

    Thanx, blue is nice
  5. JRViejo
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    StevieO, as requested by you, the thread title has been changed.

    JR
  6. StevieO
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    JRViejo

    Super duper, Thanx !
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