[l10n] "phishing-protection" in-product page for Firefox 3 release

RESOLVED FIXED

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www.mozilla.org
General
RESOLVED FIXED
10 years ago
5 years ago

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(Reporter: pascalc, Unassigned)

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Description

10 years ago
Here is linked below the Firefox "Phiging protection" page to be localized in all languages we ship for the release.

http://viewvc.svn.mozilla.org/vc/projects/mozilla.com/branches/firefox3/en-US/firefox/phishing-protection/index.html?revision=11011&content-type=text%2Fplain

(revision 11011 on the Firefox 3 branch in SVN)

Don't forget to save it as UTF8 and attach it as "plain text (text/plain)" to
this bug.

Thanks
(Reporter)

Comment 1

10 years ago
There are two links to American sites into the document:
(thanks Cédric for noticing)

http://www.antiphishing.org/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phishing

Think of putting the wikipedia link into your language if it exists, or a similar resource explaining phishing if there is no wikipedia page in your language. If you don't feel confortable linking to a site in English and feel that the wikipedia link is enough, remove the sentence about the antiphishing.org site and put one valuable source of information about Phishing in your language.

Thanks
Sorry to bother, but:
1) instead of "..." you should consider to use the proper entity "…"

2) there's an error. 
"On Windows and Linux, go to Tools > Options ... > Security."

As far as I know, Prefs on Linux are under Modify->Preferences
Sorry for this bug spam, but I'm having problems with this page.

***
<p>The "Get me out of here!" link will back out of a suspected phishing site and redirect you to the Firefox Start page.</p>
***

"Get me out of here" is a button, not a link.

***
Since phishing attacks can occur very quickly, there's also an option to check	the sites you browse to against an online service for more up-to-date protection.
***

This option is no more there: are they gonna to reintroduce it for the final release of Firefox 3?

Comment 4

10 years ago
Created attachment 309629 [details]
French Phishing-Protection page

There are some lines to fix :
- the path menu to access the Security pane is not the same under Windows and Linux
- The text describing the alert page (http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/its-a-trap.html) is wrong : it is said that there are links, but there are buttons and the "link" "Ignore this warning" is not shown on this page.
Yes, on Linux you should add:

On Linux, go to Edit &gt; Preferences ... &gt; Security.
Created attachment 309779 [details]
Spanish Phishing-Protection page (es-ES)

Spanish Phishing-Protection page (es-ES)
I suspect that following sentences are not true for Firefox 3, but just for Firefox 2:

"Since phishing attacks can occur very quickly, there's also an option to check the sites you browse to against an online service for more up-to-date protection. This enhanced capability, and other Phishing Protection settings, can be configured in Firefox's Security settings."

"When sites are checked against online anti-phishing services such as Google, the address of each web site you visit is sent to the online service over a secure SSL connection."

As far as I know, integration with such services are removed from Firefox 3 or it can be done by using about:config or so.
(Reporter)

Comment 8

10 years ago
CCing Stephen from QA about the problems mentioned by Cédric and Ahmet
It sounds like I'm being ignored :-(

Consider also the first point in comment #2
(In reply to comment #7)
> I suspect that following sentences are not true for Firefox 3, but just for
> Firefox 2:
> 
> "Since phishing attacks can occur very quickly, there's also an option to check
> the sites you browse to against an online service for more up-to-date
> protection. This enhanced capability, and other Phishing Protection settings,
> can be configured in Firefox's Security settings."
> 
> "When sites are checked against online anti-phishing services such as Google,
> the address of each web site you visit is sent to the online service over a
> secure SSL connection."
> 
> As far as I know, integration with such services are removed from Firefox 3 or
> it can be done by using about:config or so.

Not sure what made you think that; the options for both phishing and malware are under the "Security" panel in Firefox 3 beta/nightly builds.

The option to specify a service is gone, though; it's now just a generic checkbox.

> The option to specify a service is gone, though; it's now just a generic
> checkbox.

That's the point: you can no more select to control sites against an online service instead of the local list.
(In reply to comment #11)
> > The option to specify a service is gone, though; it's now just a generic
> > checkbox.
> 
> That's the point: you can no more select to control sites against an online
> service instead of the local list.

You said in comment 3 that "the option is no more there"; I see a checkbox that says "Tell me if the site I'm visiting is a suspected forgery": what am I missing?

Is the contention the wording in the second paragraph of comment 7, mostly?  Juan would know better, but I think "address of each web site you visit is sent to the online service over a secure SSL connection" is no longer technically correct.  I thought we download a list and do a local compare before deciding whether to alert on/pass-through and load, the site.
> You said in comment 3 that "the option is no more there"; I see a checkbox that
> says "Tell me if the site I'm visiting is a suspected forgery": what am I
> missing?

The option about "check against online service" is no more there, not the generic phishing option ;-)

Under that checkbox in Firefox 2 there were 2 radio buttons to select between "regular mode" (local list) and "enhanced mode" (the string was "Check by asking Google about each site I visit", with "Google" displayed in a listbox).

Bug 388652 removed those options (see also bug 401811)

Comment 14

10 years ago
Quoting the original:

On Mac OS X, go to Firefox &gt; Preferences &gt; Options ... &gt; Security

I think, it should say "On Mac OS X, go to Firefox &gt; Preferences... &gt; Security", shouldn't it?

And I'm not sure why there is a space between the word "Options" and the ellipsis in the Windows/Linux version (which is also wrong, as stated in comments above).
(Reporter)

Comment 15

10 years ago
>It sounds like I'm being ignored :-(

Sorry Francesco, I quickly scanned my bugmail yesterday night and didn't see yours :)

Comment 16

10 years ago
Created attachment 309962 [details]
Lithuanian (lt) localization

Attaching Lithuanian localization. This one has correct paths to the Preferenes dialogs in Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.
Created attachment 310012 [details]
es-AR phising page translation
Please stop translating this page for now. The text on the page is wrong and needs to be corrected. No need for you all to have to do double the work of translating now and then translating again for the fixed version. :)
(Reporter)

Updated

10 years ago
QA Contact: www-mozilla-com → web
QA Contact: web → www-mozilla-com

Comment 19

10 years ago
Created attachment 310452 [details]
phishing protection page for en-GB
see bug 423912 and bug 423911 - until those are finished, we should hold off on this one
Depends on: 423912
Depends on: 423911

Comment 21

10 years ago
Created attachment 311051 [details]
Albanian Phishing-Protection page
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Updated

10 years ago
Attachment #311051 - Attachment mime type: text/html → text/plain

Comment 22

10 years ago
Created attachment 312003 [details]
Romanian [ro] phishing translation

Comment 23

10 years ago
Hi,

About this sentence:

On Windows and Linux, go to Tools &gt; Options ... &gt; Security.

Actually on Windows it's like that and on Linux its Edit &gt; Preferences ... &gt; Security.
Please read read comment #18 and comment #20. Translation of this page is *stopped* until original text is corrected.

Comment 25

10 years ago
Maybe it will work if we add that to the whiteboard? ;)
Whiteboard: DO NOT TRANSLATE until bugs 423912 and 423911 are resolved!
For Japanese (ja and ja-JP-mac), we'll host this page on our new home, mozilla.jp.
Created attachment 315857 [details]
Spanish (es-ES) localization v2

Reviewed version
Attachment #309779 - Attachment is obsolete: true

Comment 28

10 years ago
I apologize for the late-breaking development here, but you should stop localization on this page for the moment. I spoke with Mike Beltzner today, and he said there are some changes coming to the functionality of the phishing and malware pages that will likely mean some additional text changes.

Mike will be giving a further update soon with details about the background and next steps. Again, very sorry for the last minute change of plans.

Comment 29

10 years ago
Any news on this topic?

We have an RC now, and noone can fix a stupid and obvious menu path mistake, or what?..

Updated

10 years ago
Depends on: 432458

Updated

10 years ago
No longer depends on: 423911

Comment 30

10 years ago
Updating the URL as per bug 432458.  Still waiting on  	423912.
Whiteboard: DO NOT TRANSLATE until bugs 423912 and 423911 are resolved! → DO NOT TRANSLATE until bug 423912 is resolved!
(In reply to comment #30)
> Updating the URL as per bug 432458.  Still waiting on      423912.


Waiting is over now. :-) I guess Pascal will update the URL field of this bug, since the original is no longer valid.
Pascal, I've updated the URL with the latest version on trunk. Is it the correct version we can use to start the translation?
Whiteboard: DO NOT TRANSLATE until bug 423912 is resolved!
(Reporter)

Comment 33

9 years ago
not an important bug to deal with for now.
Sure, but if teams have free man-power to translate this document it would be great to hear if it will be used or if it will be shifted to the next major release. In the latter case we should close this bug and create a new one when it's necessary?
(Reporter)

Comment 35

9 years ago
I'll see with mozilla.com writers if there are plans to have this page updated with 3.1
Hi, I'm still assigned to bug 429185, the German translation of this page. The translation wasn't completed for the release of Firefox 3.0, so the bug is still open.
I'd like to remove this bug from my to-do list, so what am I supposed to do? Should I unassign myself or close this bug?

If there will be an update to this page for fx 3.5, there'll be a new bug anyway, I guess.
(Reporter)

Comment 37

8 years ago
I am going to close this bug, I'll talk to the marketing team in December about what they want to do with the page post 3.6 and we will open new bugs for localizers once we are sure content is still valid for 2010.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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Updated

6 years ago
Component: www.mozilla.org/firefox → www.mozilla.org
Product: Websites → Websites
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Updated

5 years ago
Component: www.mozilla.org → General
Product: Websites → www.mozilla.org
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