Country Flags & IP Whois add-on is an extension that displays a flag toolbar button indicating the current webserver's physical location using an off-line database. Knowing the server location adds an extra layer of awareness to your browsing and can be useful to indicate the native languages and legal jurisdictions that may apply. Additional information about Geolocation or Whois info can be obtained via the click on the toolbar icon.
For FAQs and general bug reports please visit:
For technical bug reports use:
Note that the CSV databases are compressed. For more info please visit the FAQs page and the source code.
Available tools in the right-click menu (only 5 menu items are visible in the root menu):
1. SSL Checker: Check SSL certificate
2. Traceroute: Display the route and transit delays of packets
3. Ping: Test the reachability of this IP address
4. TinyURL: Shorten the URL using TinyURL.com
5. DNS Lookup: Perform an authoritative DNS lookup
6. Whois Lookup: Find the registration and delegation of a domain name
7. HTTP Headers: List all the response HTTP headers
8. Copy IP: Copy IP address to the clipboard
9. Alexa: Website traffic, statistics, and analytics
10. WOT Scorecard: Website reputation ratings
11. Virustotal: A free virus, malware, and URL scanning service
12. Check Server Status: Helps finding whether a website is down or not
13. Google Translate: Free service instantly translates words, phrases, and web pages
14. Google Cache: Google cached pages for any website
15. Wikipedia: Domain search
16. intoDNS: Checks the health and configuration of DNS and mail servers
17. Netcraft: Provides internet security services including anti-fraud and anti-phishing services
18. Wave Report: Provides web accessibility solutions
19. Validate.nu: HTML5 Validator
20. W3C CSS Validator: CSS Validator
21. W3C Validator: HTML5 Validator
22. Internet Archive: Free universal access to archived web pages
23. Google: Search by domain
24. Wolfram|Alpha : Access to the world's facts and data
Custom Commands accepting [ip], [host], [curl], [enurl] and [url] keywords
As of version 0.2.0, it is possible to ask extension to open new tabs in the background and adjacent to the current tab.
For the comprehensive description of why a permission is required by this extension check:
-- Change Log
Updating ip4 and ip6 databases
Reduces the total number of background requests for resolving country codes from IP addresses.
Updating ip4 and ip6 databases
Do not call the country code resolution worker if an IP address in the local range.
It is now possible to use the native DNS resolver if user is under a SOCKS proxy (disabled by default; requires native integration)
Adding new tools to the right-click context menu: SSL Checker, Trace Route, Ping, DNS Lookup, Whois Lookup, and HTTP Headers
Adding two new tools: copy IP address to the clipboard and TinyURL current tab.
Extension now requests country code resolution for all open tabs upon start-up
All the supported services are now being displayed in the right-click menu either in the root menu or "other services" sub-menu
- This extension can access your data on all websites.
- This extension can exchange messages with programs other than Opera.
- This extension can create rich notifications and display them to you in the system tray.
- This extension can access your tabs and browsing activity.