Harry Denley

Hi. I'm Harry, a web developer.
I take an interest in web development and cryptocurrencies.

EthAddressLookup Chrome Extension (Packaged Chrome Extension)

Chrome Extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/etheraddresslookup/pdknmigbbbhmllnmgdfalmedcmcefdfn

Note: If you wish to manually install, go to this GitHub repository for installation instructions (https://github.com/409H/EtherAddressLookup).

You can support development by donating ETH or ERC20 tokens to 0x661b5dc032bedb210f225df4b1aa2bdd669b38bc1.

Release Note


  • You’re now able to grant an optional permission to EAL to allow a read from your history to check for the last 500 entries to see if you visited a site that wasn’t blacklisted, but now is.


  • The extension now comes pre-loaded with 6 bookmarks. You are able to toggle the bookmarks on/off by clicking on “More Settings”. You are also able to modify the bookmarks to be anything you want.


  • You’re now able to quickly report a malicious domain via EtherScamDB


  • Firefox is now supported


  • Due to the recent phishing campaigns going on, we have decided to start a domain blacklist, and the extension will try to help you from being phished by removing the ability for you to interact with the blacklisted domain by wiping the DOM and displaying a notice. This functionality is toggleable, but it’s best to keep it on.
    • If you find a domain that look suspicious and/or confirmed stealing private keys/being malicious, send a pull request or open an issue.


  • You can now select your favourite blockchain explorer for links to direct you to.


  • This extension will search the DOM for any Ether address (a hexidecimal string) and add a link to it to your favourite blockchain explorer. It will give you the option to add a highlight option so you can easily find addresses.