February 13th, 2007, 09:41 PM
Spoofstick & Firefox 2.0
I figured I'd share this little tidbit of info I found on a mozilla forum. If you're looking to install the Spoofstick plug-in on Firefox 2.0, the default .xpi won't install it (says FF 2.0 is not supported or something yadda yadda).
This workaround will fix that issue.
- download the spoofstick-firefox.xpi (the file itself)
- open the .xpi with Winzip (should be a total of 3 files)
- find the file called install.rdf
- open install.rdf with Notepad
- look for this line: <em:maxVersion>1.6a2</em:maxVersion>
- change 1.6a2 (or whatever the number is) to 2.0 or higher
- save and close it (select "yes" when it asks to update the zip archive)
- install the plug-in
Here's a site where you can download the file (it won't auto-install it)
p.s. - Don't thank me, thank JC (the guy who posted this on the mozilla forum)
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February 14th, 2007, 12:44 AM
Or you could just install the nightly tester tools plugin, and then that will automagically convert the outdated plugin to work.
get the plugin from here:> http://www.oxymoronical.com/web/firefox/nightly
February 14th, 2007, 01:34 AM
You can also try this one: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/2429/
3 in 1
Easy to understand sidebar to protect users from spoofing and phishing attacks.
Putting TrustBar*, Spoofstick
* and PetnameTool* in one PlugIn to get the advantages of every one of them and even more.
Edit: Actually this one is fairly lame....
Last edited by dalek; February 14th, 2007 at 01:47 AM.
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