Certified Screenshot is a screen capture extension for chrome. also, it is screen recorder extension and screenshot extension. it's a free extension and is featured in Productivity, it has 26 active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 2.80 from 10 rated user, last update is 3271 days ago.
Easily capture and certify a screenshot of any web page. Use it to record online fraud, copyright infringement, cyberstalking, cyberbullying or other abuses, including all the information commonly requested by law enforcement agencies in just a single click. This plugin will capture any web page and output a pdf file containing a screenshot, the html source, and domain registration info. The pdf is 'notarized' by easytimestamping.com using a trusted timestamp. Thanks to powerful cryptographic techniques, the generated pdf guarantees that the content has not been modified since the exact moment the screenshot was captured. Any modification to the pdf can be detected with 100% certainty. To use this plugin you must login at easytimestamping.com with an existing Google, Facebook, or OpenID account. All timestamps are issued by a Qualified Certification Authority accredited in the EU and in the Trusted list of Certification Service Providers Fully compliant with the Italian Codice dell'Amministrazione Digitale. -- New in version 0.4.3: * fixed capture issue introduced in chrome version 34 * use more restrictive and secure permissions
You could download the latest version crx file or older version files and install it.
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Works well for me!
If it isn't working for you, it is probably because you have other screenshot extensions that are creating conflicts. Disable them, and you'll see that it works fine.
It really does not.