When working on the Internet, the highest priority should be to ensure the safety of users. Indeed, in the “global web” there is a huge number of fraudulent sites and simply dishonest personalities. To protect their users, Mozilla developers put a huge amount of effort. They came out and went out well, but they did the most important thing – they gave a start to their users. Simple and intuitive add-ons (plug-in) began to appear quite quickly. It is about such plugins that will be discussed in this article.
Written both by craftsmen and professional programmers, these plugins perform one, but very important function – to warn the user about the danger that awaits him. They work quite simply, in fact in two stages. The first step is to track complaints or recommendations of a particular site and by comparing their number we get a positive or negative reaction to the site. Some programs simply suggest that the site is dangerous, others allow you to see why, but they are based on the same algorithm – collecting and displaying information. Continue reading