This Extension Uses the SSLLabs SSL Test to Show a Security Rating of the SSL connection You Are Using
# SSL Grade (Chrome Extension) ## About This Extension shows the Quality of the SSL Conection of the Current website. this extension downloads the Quality Rating from SSLLabs.com. and displays an icon matching the rating in the adress bar. this makes it easyly to discover SSL problems on the sites your visiting. ## Privacy This extension itself does not Collect Any Data. But it is querying an third party Service: `https://api.ssllabs.com/api/v2/analyze?host=<domain.tld>` therefor it is possible that ssllabs.com is learning which Domains you are visiting. ## new in version 1.1.1 this is a bugfix release, it fixes a bug where http urls did not resulted in an sslscan when clicking the "No" icon. this is fixed by correctly initiating the scan. ## TODOs: * Handling of Domains Where no Result is in Cache. * configurtation Options: * Do Not query Automatically * Clear Result Cache * Cache Results for <X> Hours * Better Icons? ## Sourcecode the Project page of this extension could be found at github: https://github.com/wolffc/sslgrade-chrome ## Feedback any feedback is very welcome
- (2019-10-23) Doc Flay: Works very well and saves me time because I use SSL Labs to check sites often
- (2017-11-10) Zere Bruin: Does not add much value, as sites that are not listed on SSLLabs. Would be really useful, if one could trigger an actual SSL check, but this way. Also unclear why this extension needs access to the browsing history.
- (2017-03-07) Juri Kononov: totally useless for personal user, if your sites aren't FB or Google.
- (2017-03-02) 杨小明: good job
- (2017-02-15) Jake Brown: Quick & easy way to check your pages if you're in charge of keeping them secure. Also defaults to hiding the result which is nice.
- (2016-10-12) Dahlia Williams: Just shows "No" for the https sites I am interested in. Clicking on "No" just brings up the chrome web store page.
- (2016-03-25) i though it was awesome
- (2016-03-03) Drake Luce: It's a great extension, really interesting to look at the security of the sites I browse. :)