Million of people around the world using Firefox for browsing. It provides the full speed while browsing and downloading the files. The main feature of Firefox is that it provides maximum privacy while using it. If you are using the firefox then you know that it displays the extended information of websites with Extended Validation certificates.
But unfortunately, that was removed by developers of the firefox browser. It is removed from the Firebox browser because almost all the websites are now using secure HTTPS. So it’s getting difficult for the firebox developers to continue that feature because of the security reasons. That is the reason that they have removed extended Validation Certificates from it.
Many of you want to use that feature and willing to get it back on the Firefox browser. So we have the solution to it. We will tell you the procedure to get back the Extended Validation Certificates feature on your firefox browser.
How To Get back The Extended Validation Certificates In Firefox?
Follow the steps given below carefully to restore the Extended Validation Certificates function on Firefox.
- First of all, open up the Mozilla Firefox browser.
- Now you can type about:config in the address bar of the browser.
- After that, you will see the notification bar, click on Yes, I accept the risk option.
- Then write down the line security.identityblock.show_extended_validation in the search bar.
- Now set the preference to True.
That’s it, you have now activated this feature on your Firefox browser successfully. All of the secure websites are displaying their Extended Validation Certificates in the address bar again like before. If you want to go back to the original settings then you can follow the instructions from above. But at the last step, change the TRUE value with False to get back to the original settings.
How To Display Non-Secure Websites?
Many people want extra security while browsing. Now you can also display non-secure websites on the Firefox browser with the help of the instructions given below. Follow the steps and you can also display all the non-secure websites as well.
- First, open the Mozilla Firefox.
- Then go to address bar and type about:config on it.
- You will open a page and type security.insecure_connection_text.enabled on the search bar.
- Then click on Yes, I accept the risk option.
- After that, you can select the value of the preference to TRUE to enable and not secure or FALSE to disable it.
You will see a crossed-out padlock icon in the address bar if any website does not use secure HTTPS. This method also displays not secure text near the address bar. Remember you can not improve the security level of the Firebox browser by doing these methods. It only helps you to see the security of websites that you are browsing with Firefox.