Verifuse is the simplest online product verification system out there!
In 2018, basically all web users are tech-savvy enough to know not to download random shit or give their social security number to some spam site. Problem is, what about legitimate software developers? Small online companies lose a great portion of their potential user base because their products appear "sketchy." You can't just put a padlock icon on your website - that tactic won't fool anyone. So what can software developers and webmasters do to convince people that their products/services are indeed no-scam, totally legit?
Introducing Verifuse! We'll check your website/application for malware and scams. If we don't find any bad stuff, we'll give you a verified, confirmed security certificate that you can stick on your website. Your customers will see that badge and think, "This shit is safe AF! I'm going to check it out." Verifuse is kind of like those "USDA Approved Organic" seals on food. People are more likely to buy when they know something is safe.
A young programmer made a browser extension and posted it on Reddit. Unfortunately, no one downloaded it.
This is a comment that another Redditor posted in response to the extension:
Sorry, but I think most users on this sub know better than to download random zip files and extract them with not even a hint as to what the code claims to do
Ya see, that's the shitty reality of being a solo programmer. You make cool creations, but no one trusts you. I bet that lots of people would've downloaded his app if he got it verified with Verifuse - for free! When we declare software to be safe and secure, it probably is.
Verifuse is so easy to use for developers!
People can click on the verified tag to read a comprehensive certificate that lists useful info about the verified product.
People recogonize Verifuse's "VERIFIED SAFE & SECURE" shield as a symbol of trust.
Yup, it's super easy!