ViewState Detector

ViewState Detector

A viewstate detector, shows a badge when viewstate is detected.

ViewState Detector promo image
What is ViewState Detector?

ViewState Detector is a Chrome extension by Appokalyps. This extension has 53 weekly active users, a poor user rating of 1.00, and was removed from Chrome Web Store a year ago. The latest version, 1.1.1, was updated 10 years ago.

Stats
This extension was removed from Chrome Web Store on 2022-01-13
Stats date:
Users: 53
Rating: 1.00 (1)
Version: 1.1.1 (Last updated: 2012-11-19)
Creation date: 2012-11-19
Manifest version: 2
Permissions:
  • <all_urls>
Featured: No
Size: 92.14K
Risk impact: High risk impact
Risk likelihood: High risk likelihood
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Summary
It's simply a viewstate detector, and when found it adds a badge to the upper right corner.

(Viewstates are produced by sites running on MS WebForms, such as Sharepoint, Episerver etc)

You can find the source at 
https://github.com/peppelorum/ViewStateDetector

If you find a bug, please contact me on twitter, 
https://twitter.com/peppelorum

Release notes:

1.1.1 A quick fix for sites with a bad CSS reset.
Safety
Risk impact

ViewState Detector requires a number of risky permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install ViewState Detector if you trust the publisher.

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Risk likelihood

ViewState Detector may not be trust-worthy. Avoid installing if possible unless you really trust this publisher.

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Manifest

The manifest file declares the requirements and permissions that a Chrome extension will have access to. By reviewing the manifest, you may be able to determine if a Chrome extension is over-reaching (for example, if an extension is overriding your new tab page, or search provider, or requesting access to your web activities without any good reason).

{
  "update_url": "http://clients2.google.com/service/update2/crx",
  "name": "ViewState Detector",
  "version": "1.1.1",
  "manifest_version": 2,
  "description": "A viewstate detector, shows a badge when viewstate is detected.",
  "content_scripts": [
    {
      "matches": [
        "*://*/*"
      ],
      "js": [
        "script.js"
      ]
    }