Verifies PGP signed pages for extra security against malicious or breached servers.
Signed Pages is a browser extension to verify the authenticity (PGP signature) of web pages.
This extension solves this by verifying the code really came from the developer. While this doesn't protect you from a malicious developer, it at least brings the security of the web app to a similar level to that of native apps.
All you need to do is install the extension, and from its settings page, add patterns to match pages you'd like to verify, and their corresponding publisher's public key. The developers of those websites must have their pages signed for this extension to work.
# Example pages
You can try the following example pages to see how the extension behaves:
Install the extension and add the pattern and pubkey shown in the page from the extension's settings.
* A page with a good signature: https://stosb.com/~tom/signed-pages/good.html
* A page with a bad signature: https://stosb.com/~tom/signed-pages/bad.html
* A page with a missing (but expected) signature: https://stosb.com/~tom/signed-pages/missing.html
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