Displays a warning if the site you are browsing is affected by the Heartbleed bug (Official Release)
This is an official mirror of the original Chromebleed Extension.
I am a major developer of the Chromebleed Extension. Permissions needed have been improved. The code is open source and you can see that no private information is being accessed.
Displays a warning if the site you are browsing is affected by the Heartbleed bug.
NEW in version 2.2.3:
Fixed Notifications (Chrome 35.x)
Lower permissions needed!
Depricated search page injection:
Use Heartbleed Search for a better option with multiple search engines.
Read about certificate checking here:
Test Site (by Cloud Flare)
Fix status icon on popup change.
Starts check once url is "loading".
Updates the icon for the tab you are on.
Will only show one notification per tab change or focus.
Allows user to set whether to see all notifications. Switching off will only show vulnerable sites.
Many HTTPS-secured sites on the internet use OpenSSL. Unfortunately, a major vulnerability in OpenSSL was disclosed - known as the Heartbleed bug - yesterday that put hundreds of thousands of servers at risk of compromise.
Whilst some servers have been patched already, many remain that have not been patched. Stopbleed & Chromebleed use a web service developed by Filippo Valsorda and checks the URL of the page you have just loaded. This extension does not check the site from your location, but uses a service to check the domain you are browsing. If it is affected by Heartbleed, then a Chrome notification will be displayed. It's as simple as that!
Please note that, in some jurisdictions, site testing can only be carried out with the express permission of the site owner. Please check what the law says in your local area before proceeding to download this extension.