Excellent Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great add-on solid never had an issue

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Excellent ! Except for some sites with incorporated advertisements : the home page doesn't appear...

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Продукт так себе(((пропускает добрую половину рекламы.

2nd review: More wishlist items such as "Block all other sites" and site-protection Rated 5 out of 5 stars

... Furtherly cool would be, if: We could protect the site we "whitelisted" and are currently on and which IS secure, by BH FW especially, and also, if we could tell BH FW to block ALL content, which does not by standard flow to or from the site (or sites) we whitelisted, helpful for that is also the logging-tab we could wish for as a wishlist item, but believe me, you do not always wanna yourself look up the log tab and then enter manually all relating sites, which are connected to the site you, we, whitelisted, because it can and it mostly a LOT of other sites, mostly social net sites docked on to the site, but also ads and etc. So, an auto- option would be cool, where we can allow all "normal" (and also considered truly safe) traffic to and from our whitelisted site(s). As I said, it'd be cool, if BH FW also, on top of that, gave us all an option, by which we could simply block ALL other internet content except the whitelisted and to our whitelisted sites related secondary sites. That way, it would be the same as I already did in my pglgui in Linux, I added my own blocklist which goes from 4 times zero to four times 255, of course. I whitelist from this "true scratch and bottom", as one might call it. Some 4.2 billion IPs blocked. Normally, pglgui blocks "only" around 3 billion IPs, if all blocklists are selected. Acessing filesharing networks is definitely not possible with such strict setting, that is why it's preferrable to run a virtual machine with a less strict pglgui blocking for other than "normal" surfing.
And btw, by "protection" of our by us ourselves trusted and thus whitelisted sites, I do mean, that all other than the standard traffic from the allowed normal secondary sites IS NOT allowed and blocked. Meaning, any of those sad minority of maliciously motivated hackers or even bots would be blocked from entering the "session" we are in AT ANY site at all, allowing only us, the site, and the allowed, normal secondary sites. We could also feature a "trial run", no fear, haha no going commercial this time and not ever I hope for BH FW, LOL, no, but I mean a run, where we tell BH, what secondary sites normally dock on to our whitelisted, to be fully, entirely, protected site. It then saves those secondary site adresses, shows them to us, we can, if we want, even tick off some of them, or even all of them, which would of course be crazy, since we need at least some of them. From when we click on, it would say, your site is now fully protected against intrusions by method of IP-blockage of all other net sites, except further whitelisted elements, of course. We ourselves must be careful not to blocklist too many elements. To forego trouble, BH FW could feature profiles for blocking those and those ranges, without BH FW getting "bloated", running slowly or causing the browser, mostly firefox, to run any more slowly than normal. I did not experience ANY lag caused by BH FW, but only a drastic functionality decrease when acessing special net sites, because of which, I am taking the time to write this. Thank You, BH Firewall. Blue Hell, sounds REALLY good. Of course, there are other tools, but there IS NO other INSIDE-browser firewall for Firefox, there are only other kinds of security tools. At least, BH FW DOES something -- it blocks content I need. I see, it can block. So, I find it cool, secure, a program done by good, ethically good, because protective people. I would not ever want people to give in to mafiosos who demand money from poor bakery owners. Instead, we need protection, but by a tech tool. In time, ANY user will open up his pglgui so much, and pglgui under Linux as of now DOES sadly NOT feature profiles for different blocklist sets, so bluehell IS of use and IS of help to us all. Thank You. Philadelphia Freedom! :)

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One of its kind !!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Unique, light, and work great!
Useful as (Blu)hell...! :-)

Amazing, thanks Rated 5 out of 5 stars

BHF seems to block more ads than the big competitors, on the pages I frequently visit.

This is exactly the way software should be. Sleek, fast, and almost invisible -- yet functional.

Thank you Diego.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It saves my RAM! Lightweight and powerful! Thank you! Keep up the good work!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This addon is good but fading. More and more website are getting able to fight against it. Please keep updating it.

I'm sorry that I didn't be specific. It's adblocking. The adblocking ability seems weaker now than before. FF shows more ads than it used to with BHF.

Okay. These are some examples but they are all Chinese websites. Yet I don't know about ad networks. They just look more colorful and flashy or animated.
https://tw.news.yahoo.com/ <=
http://www.chinatimes.com/ <= This shows more static ads
http://udn.com/NEWS/mainpage.shtml

Thanks for you time and reply

Thanks for the links. Well, i did a brief look and there are being blocked several resources on these sites, for example:

http://img823.imageshack.us/img823/3862/g7du.png

You can see there the browser console open with my debug-enabled build reporting everything which got blocked. However, on the right-bottom side of the page i can see a little advert there, that specific one is served by the site itself, something Bluhell doesn't take into account. Hopefully this bring you some light.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

great addon!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Отличное дополнение!
Спасибо автору.

whitelist Rated 4 out of 5 stars

please add a whitelist and this plugin will be perfect.

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars

+1 to white list option, otherwise can be great

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Nice lightweight adblocker, however, it is in desperate need of a whitelist to take it over the top. Can't give it 5 stars until then.

Great Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great one !
Recommend it

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great firewall add-on. Highly recommended

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0). 

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Very lightweight adblocker compared to ABP which is why I came to use it. Firefox is faster with Blue Hell Firewall and than it was before with ABP. I give 4 stars because it does not block certain adds in social media, email and fake ''download'' buttons in video hosting websites for exemple. I hope this can be fixed eventually.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0). 

Nice job. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Blocks a few little things it's not supposed to, but overall a nice little add-on. Speeds up sites nicely. Turns off easily if needed..
Will send $$$.
How about developing a Firewall for Flash and Shockwave?

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is fantastic extension It's lightweight & It dose everything that Adblock dose.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0). 

Nor perfect but light. Nice extension Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It has been replacing ABP in my Firefoxes for several weeks (desktop). Nice extension. I desactivated ABP. I'll suppress it later

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0). 

Another review Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I thought my last review was too harash. I gave it 2/5 because it lacks whitelisting.
Here are my issues:
- no whietelisting
- conflicts with ABE
(when I have both installed some websites don't work, no problem with ABP)
- misses a lot of adds, especially on facebook
- doesn't block social buttons

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0).