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HTTPS Everywhere (Chrome) Question.

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#1 DaMonkey


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Posted 17 August 2013 - 07:17 PM

I was just wondering if anybody has located a Chrome extension for https everywhere that is not a beta program? This what I keep coming across:

  • (All Chrome releases should be considered beta-quality at best because of this bug and this bug in Chrome) 

The article links you to the tickets but from the looks of it the people involved are no where near a stable version. Any Chrome users have a work around? Thanks for your time.



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 03:48 PM

Since the author of the extension is Electronic Frontier Foundation and their page lists all Chrome versions of it as Beta. I would assume that all versions of it are beta. I can't see how a 'work around' would make it any less beta if the author says it's beta.

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