Download and InstallationNote: The HCI Browser is currently "alpha" version software, meaning that is has not been extensively tested. We highly recommend that you create a new, separate Firefox profile to use to test the extension rather than installing it in your everyday profile.
Create a new Firefox ProfileWe highly recommend that you create a new Firefox profile to use to test out the HCI Browser. The HCI Browser is currently "alpha" version software, so it is wise to try it in a "safe" environment.
Born Geek has put together a great Firefox Profile Tutorial that will walk you through the process of creating a new profile.
Install the HCI Browser extension
If you use the HCI Browser in your research, we ask that you cite us.
UninstallShould you need to uninstall the HCI Browser extension, start Firefox and click past the introductory screens to get to a main browser window. Then choose Tools-->Add-Ons and click the "Uninstall" button next to the HCI Browser.
License and Source CodeThe HCI Browser is open-source code, licensed by the GNU General Public License.
You can view the source code by unzipping the hcibrowser.xpi file (.xpi files are packaged using zip).
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