Some of my favorite browser extensions require access to “Your data on all websites” or “All data on your computer and the websites you visit”. Technically this means that I grant the developers of such extensions full access to my entire communication with all websites I visit, including login sessions (cookies, password, etc.), private data (docs, e-mails, photos, etc.) even online banking credentials or credit card info – and for some single extensions even worse – to all data on my computers.
Even Google warns not to grant these rights to third parties:
In the future I will only trust extension authorities, which can access my data on their own domains anyway (like Gmail extension for mail.google.com) or install a few necessary extensions only.
Here’s my trusted list for secure and useful browser extensions.
Just add the following meta tag to your HTML head (uppercase required):
<meta name="SKYPE_TOOLBAR" content="SKYPE_TOOLBAR_PARSER_COMPATIBLE" />
If you want single phone numbers styled as Skype numbers, you have to markup the single phone numbers like this:
<!-- sphoneid telnr="+49 333 88888" fileas="John Doe" -->+49 333 88888<!-- sphoneid -->