Hodnocení: 3,8 z 5
Hodnocení: 3,8 z 5
- od uživatele Slickster, před 8 letyHodnocení: 3 z 5Locking out adding more bookmarks is fine...however what's the use of locking the bookmarks side box if the bookmarks MENU is still accessible?....Please fix....otherwise, it defeats the purpose of locking out bookmarks.Thanks!*Also needs a ToolBar "Lock" icon/button and context/tools menu options, especially to lock/unlock url's.
- od uživatele Abhishek K. Pandey, před 8 letyHodnocení: 3 z 5Its nice to have such a thing. But its not foolproof.
Add Ons: It do lock add ons, but still you can access them by pressing cancel and Esc immediately.
2ndly, it doesn't lock addons at all, in side bar, in case you are using AIOS addon.
- od uživatele Uživatel Firefoxu - 6422717, před 8 letyHodnocení: 5 z 5I use public fox for the computer terminals at a public library and so far it's been great. One problem I do have however is that it is possible to change the homepage even if that the options menu is locked. The way you change the home page is by click-dragging a website icon from the url bar and releasing it directly onto the homepage button on the far right. FF then asks you if you'd like to change your homepage to the page you just selected. If you fix this we will be gold.
- od uživatele Na'ven Enigma, před 9 letyHodnocení: 3 z 5I want to see if this will protect against software installing addons on me. However, I opened the add-ons page to modify the settings for them in FireFox 12 and I clicked cancel on the password box to see what would happen. It shows the page in the background and then it goes to a blank page. You can hit the escape key after you click cancel and it won't change the page.
In order to block this hacking attempt, you might consider blocking internal URLS. about:addons is the internal URL for the add-ons page and if you block access to it in a way that will only allow the page to be opened by entering the password, it'll be harder to hack.
- od uživatele RMHutchins, před 9 letyHodnocení: 5 z 5Works like a charm! I have an older computer (Windows XP) which I have set aside for my youngest children (ages 7 and 5). I didn't want them inadvertently downloading and installing programs from the Internet. So, walla! Along comes PublicFox! I installed it; and, now, nothing can be downloaded without a password! Great protection for my children's computer! Thx
- od uživatele ff@n , před 9 letyHodnocení: 5 z 5Nice to lock down firefox settings. However, a few more things require to be locked down:
1. Bookmarks can still be deleted. This needs to be prevented.
2. The addon manager is locked down, but addons which are present in the status bar, etc. can be accessed. Their options are not locked down. Maybe something can be done about this?
- od uživatele kolumb1492, před 9 letyHodnocení: 5 z 5Russian translation:
Об этом дополнении:
Блокировка паролем скачиваний, закладок / аддонов / загрузок и др. настроек с помощью пароля.
Блокировка загрузки. Предотвращение изменений настроек браузера.
Блокировка about:addons (настроек дополнений), меню настроек Firefox, "about:config", закладок.
Блокирует нежелательные веб-сайты.
Все с главным паролем.
- od uživatele EnsignCelery, před 9 letyHodnocení: 5 z 5This is /brilliant./ My mother is a Facebook addict that blindly clicks any link that her idiot sister sends her. I've been cleaning up her computer once a month for a little over a year and I'm sick of it! This add-on is /exactly/ what I need! Great idea, thanks so much for creating!
- od uživatele R4D10Active, před 9 letyHodnocení: 5 z 5Excellent for cafe's minus one little caveat.
Please add option to disable file browsing through Firefox -> New Tab -> Open File Menu list option as this allows users access to the filesystem and can open a command prompt by right clicking cmd.exe and run as admin.
Otherwise my favorite lockdown tool. Installed on all of my PC's 25 and installed on my in-law's computer. You are the man! If you want or need help let me know!
- od uživatele twipley, před 10 letyHodnocení: 4 z 5I HAVE FOUND A SHORTCOMING:
It seems Flash can be installed (on v4.0) through a circumvention of this add-on. Is not there a way to block that -- or maybe not?