Firefox has ended support for all binary extensions, including the GuardedID® toolbar. GuardedID® still protects your keystrokes in Firefox (watch for the blinking “G” icon in the Dock. However, CryptoColor® is supported in Internet Explorer only at this time. A CryptoColor® plug-in is in development. Look for it late…
A green dot means GuardedID® is activated with a valid license and protecting you when you enter any keystrokes on your keyboard.
Once you download GuardedID® a “G” appears in the Dock. Four variations explain when GuardedID® or Apple is protecting you as you type on the keyboard: a red exclamation point (!), a green dot (.), a red dot (.), and a green dot (.) with a white dash. (See other Knowledge Base articles for explanations of each.)
A red dot means GuardedID® is disabled temporarily by you. You can easily enable GuardedID® through the “G” icon in the Dock, or in the Menu on top by clicking on “Enable” in either location.
A green dot with a white dash means the Apple operating system (OS X) is protecting you in a password field.
A red exclamation point means GuardedID® is not activated at that time. Go to “Menu | Manage License” and enter your license activation key if the field is blank; click “Activate”. ### ** **