Didier Stevens

Tuesday 9 October 2007

WhoAmI? Firefox Extension

Filed under: My Software — Didier Stevens @ 7:19

Can you help me test my new Firefox extension WhoAmI?

It’s very simple, it displays the name of the current profile on the statusbar:

whoami-preview-01.png

I’ve been using the Firefox Profile Manager for some time now, but recently I learned how to run several instances of Firefox. There have been several posts about this, like this one, to help mitigate Google account vulnerabilities. But sometimes I forget which profile I’m running, until I developed my WhoAmI? extension.

You can download it here. It is also in Mozilla Add-ons site’s sandbox. Please report your test results back to me (OS & FF version), it will help me to get my extension out of the sandbox and into the public part of the Mozilla site.

5 Comments »

  1. […] WhoAmI? Firefox Extension (I have not reviewed this one myself) […]

    Pingback by Liquidmatrix Security Digest » Security Briefing: October 9th — Tuesday 9 October 2007 @ 13:04

  2. […] Filed under: My Software, Update — Didier Stevens @ 0:57 I’ve updated my WhoAmI? Firefox add-on for version […]

    Pingback by A New Version of WhoAmI? and Another Little Puzzle « Didier Stevens — Monday 14 July 2008 @ 0:58

  3. Hi!

    I really do like this one. Any chance to get an update for FF3.5.*?

    Thanx indeed.

    Comment by Alex — Wednesday 14 October 2009 @ 8:40

  4. Yes, I’ve updated the manifest but haven’t published it. Will do in a new post.

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Wednesday 14 October 2009 @ 17:27

  5. […] Filed under: My Software, Update — Didier Stevens @ 18:00 I’ve updated my WhoAmI? Firefox add-on for Firefox version […]

    Pingback by Update: WhoAmI? Version 0.1.3 « Didier Stevens — Wednesday 14 October 2009 @ 18:01


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