This add-on is designed for Internet security professionals who have to regularly read many diagnostic pages and for owners of websites who need to correctly interpret Safe Browsing diagnostic pages to resolve their sites' security issues.
Google's Safe Browsing diagnostic pages provide important information about security problems found by Google's malware scanners on certain websites and web pages.
Unfortunately, these pages contain a lot of (not so important and at time misleading) information which makes it not so easy to notice the most critical details. This simple plugin makes reading diagnostic pages a breeze:
- Different colors for suspicious and not suspicious reports. - The wording is almost the same for flagged sites and clean sites. The only difference is the "not" in the middle of a sentence so you can't tell the status of the report at a glance.
- Highlights the base URL covered by the report. - It may differ from the requested URL. For example, if you request a diagnostic page for a subdomain .example .org the report may actually show data for the whole example .org, which means that the problem can't be resolved at the subdomain level.
- Highlights date of the last scan and the date when the problem was last found. - This is important to understand how up-to-date the report is, whether the original problem is still detectable, whether Google rescanned the site after a request submitted via Webmaster Tools
- Highlights when the report was last updated. - Important if you are not sure whether Google has picked up your latest changes.
With these cosmetic changes, it only takes a glance to read Safe Browsing diagnostic pages.
Currently supports diagnostic pages in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian.
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