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Tim Callan | 22 Aug 2007 | 0 comments

Firefox interface developer Johnathan Nightingale has assembled a bunch of research numbers on SSL in various contexts. He does a good job of reporting sources and even includes some commentary on his opinion on the validity of this research (which, obviously, you should decide if you agree with or not).

Tim Callan | 01 Aug 2007 | 0 comments

I've mentioned in the past that Firefox is moving forward on incorporating support for EV SSL into its next release. Firefox security interface designer Johnathan Nightingale has written a decent amount about his ideas for the Firefox 3 security interface, of which EV is an important piece. You can wander around his blog (as linked above) and find many things to read about usability and interface design. I'll point out a few of them here.

Johnathan's slide deck for his recent presentation at the OSCON open source summit.


Tim Callan | 15 May 2007 | 0 comments

Now you can view green address bars in Firefox the same way you do in Internet Explorer 7. This Firefox EV add-on enables the browser to detect Extended Validation SSL Certificates from VeriSign.