- von B.Forbes, vor 8 MonatenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenIf you're even a little bit computer literate, ignore the one star reviews. This is one of the most comprehensive add-ons that I've seen in Firefox. The bonus is that it also works on Chrome. Once updated, it works on Edge too! I used it for free for a long time before I realized that there are too many devices and too many browsers in my house to keep the updated list. I paid for it. I rarely pay for anything, so that's saying something. The cloud list periodically downloads itself back. It is obviously true that add-ons can be bypassed by a kid that knows how, but it's also true that Foxfilter lets you block the Firefox settings page and block it with a password. It is true that some of the default keywords are not very good (18, 21), but you can easily change them. I have my list published on 4bz.org, file name is FoxFilterList.zip
The best answer to keeping your kid safe is on the DNS of your router. Open DNS, Clean Browsing DNS, and others are good. You can use those for free on your router or on your phone service provider. For the keywords of the sites, Foxfilter is better. It's not really possible to name every website that might be needed, but getting the keywords in the title and meta data of the page does great. There's no perfect solution, but this one is good.
- von Enervation, vor einem JahrBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenGreat supplement to LeechBlock NG for personal productivity and not getting caught up in the news, fandoms, rabbit holes through Wikipedia, etc.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 14217256, vor 3 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenSelbst "kleine" Seiten (habe einfach "ruski vids" eingegeben, und da kamen dann irgendwelche zwielichtigen Pornoseiten aus Russland) werden erfolgreich blockiert, wirklich toll!
Oh, selbst wenn man nach bspw. "youporn" googlet wird es sofort geblockt.
Wenn man nach "Katja" sucht und auf Bilder geht auch, wirklich super, alles wird blockiert!
- von Firefox-Benutzer 13982962, vor 3 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenThe option to disable access to addons is a bit difficult to understand, now that I understand I see how this is properly working and can be quite powerful