Download

Current downloads – 2.2.0

Don't forget to install the Native Message binary package for Google Chrome, Chromium and Opera.

Mozilla Firefox, IceWeasel

Mozilla Add-ons website.

The DNSSEC/TLSA Validator add-on for Firefox is distributed via the Mozilla Add-ons website. You can also install the addon manually via *.xpi file.

Supported OS and browser versions

  • Windows/Linux/OS X – 32-bit and 64-bit version
  • Firefox 16 and newer
  • IceWeasel 16 and newer

Installation guide

  • Load the *.xpi archive through the add-on manager and restart the browser.

Internet Explorer

ie-dnssec-tlsa-validator-2.2.0-windows.exe

Installation guide

  • Follow the prompts of the installation package.

Supported Windows and IE versions

  • Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP - 64-bit, 32-bit version
  • IE8 - IE11: 32-bit only
  • Windows 8.1 is not supported

Google Chrome and Chromium

Google Web Store website

The DNSSEC and TLSA Validator add-on for Google Chrome and Chromium via Google Web Store website. Enter keyword DNSSEC or TLSA. You can also install addons manually via *.crx files.

IMPORTANT – Native Messaging

The Add-on communicates with an external binary application through the Native Messaging interface. The binary application is required for correct working of the add-on. The binary can be downloaded at the bottom of this page. Keep in mind that the version of the version of the binary and of the add-on must match.

Supported OS and browser versions

  • Windows/Linux/MacOSX – 32-bit and 64-bit version
  • Chrome 30 and newer
  • Chromium 30 and newer

Installation guide

  1. Save *.crx file on local disk.
  2. Open your browser and open Settings → Extensions. (Or type about:extensions into the address bar.)
  3. Drag and drop the *.crx into the opened Extensions page.
  4. Download the appropriate Native Messaging plugin package (that matches your OS and add-on version).
  5. Execute the downloaded plugin package. (You may need to set the executable flag for the downloaded scripts.)
  6. Restart your browser.

Packages

Opera

You can install addons manually using *.crx files for Chrome (above).

IMPORTANT – Native Messaging

The Add-on communicates with an external binary application through the Native Messaging interface. The binary application is required for correct working of the add-on. The binary can be downloaded at the bottom of this page. Keep in mind that the version of the version of the binary and of the add-on must match.

Supported OS and Opera version

  • Windows/MacOSX - 32-bit and 64-bit version
  • Opera 20 and newer

Installation guide

Same as for Google Chrome (see above).

Apple Safari

as-dnssec-tlsa-validator-2.2.0-macosx.sh

Installation guide

Run script and follow the prompts of the installation package. Then restart your browser.

Supported OS and Safari version

  • MacOSX - 32-bit, 64-bit version
  • Safari 6 and newer

Native Messaging binary plugins: installation packages for version 2.2.0

Add-on for Google Chrome, Chromium and Opera communicates with an external binary application through the Native Messaging interface. The binary application is required for correct working of the add-on. The binary can be downloaded here.

NOTE: Keep in mind that the version of the version of the binary and of the add-on must match.

Binary plugins: installation packages (required only for Chrome, Chromium and Opera)

Installation guide

  1. Turn off your browser.
  2. Download the appropriate Native Messaging plugin package (that matches your OS and add-on version)
  3. Execute the downloaded plugin package. (You may need to set the executable flag for the downloaded scripts.)
  4. Run your browser.

Mac OS X plugins

Older versions of the DNSSEC/TLSA Validator extension can be downloaded from here.

NOTE: Installation packages and source codes are provided under GNU GPL.