A browser extension (Chrome, Firefox) that toggles concealment of sensitive information found in the Azure Portal web page such as Subscription Id's
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README.md

Azure Mask

This is a browser extension that will mask GUIDs (such as Subscription IDs), email addresses, keys, and connection strings with a blur. The intention of the extension is to make it easier to do screen recordings without revealing sensitive, personal, account information that may show up on screen. It will only run and apply against Azure portal URLs. It's available in Chrome and Firefox.

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Features

  • Blurs GUIDs (such as Subscription IDs)
  • Blurs your account email
  • Hides the "Report a Bug" button (if found)
  • Toggle the mask on/off and store this state
  • Apply the mask (if enabled) after Document Object Model (DOM) mutations

Install the Extension

Chrome

From Chrome Web Store

  1. In Chrome go to Chrome Web Store
  2. Click on Azure Mask extension
  3. Click on Add To Chrome
  4. Confirm any prompts

From Package

  1. git clone git@github.com:clarkio/azure-mask.git
  2. In Chrome go to chrome://extensions
  3. Check the "Developer mode" option in the top-right corner
  4. Find the version you want of the packaged extension in the folder /azure-mask/extension found within the repository
  5. Drag the azure-mask.crx file to your Chrome window that has the extensions view open
  6. Confirm any prompts

From Source

  1. git clone git@github.com:clarkio/azure-mask.git
  2. In Chrome go to chrome://extensions
  3. Check the "Developer mode" option in the top-right corner
  4. Click the "Load unpacked extension" button
  5. Navigate to where you cloned this repo and then choose /azure-mask/src

After following these steps you should now see the new extension icon in Chrome.

Firefox

  1. In Firefox go to azure-mask add-on
  2. Click "Add to Firefox"
  3. You'll see a pop up notification in the address bar from Firefox. Click "Add"
  4. You'll see a confirmation that it was added. Click "Ok"