On Wed, Feb 09, 2005 at 09:08:45PM +0000, Ian G wrote:
> The plugin is downloadable from a MozDev site,
> and presumably if enough attention warrants it,
> Amir can go to the extent of signing it with a
> cert in Mozilla's code signing regime.

That only authenticates that Amir wrote the code, not that the code is

> Also, as Amir is a relatively well known name in
> the world of crypto I suppose you could consider
> his incentives to be more aligned with delivering
> good code than code that would do you damage.

*This* is a reasonable argument, but I'd prefer a second-party review
before I install anything.

Then again, the only extension I have installed (FlashGot), I manually
checked myself.

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