Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternen

Version 2.1.2 is a huge improvement over 2.1.1, but it still interfere with Firefox performance. For instance, it is interfering with one of my extensions that adds an image to a particular web page. When Ghostery is enabled, it takes some time before my extension can append the child element. When I disable Ghostery, the image appears immediately. I still need to review my code to see if there is any bug or if it needs optimization, but considering the previous problems of Ghostery 2.1.1, I would check if it is interfering with other extensions that append elements to web pages.

Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (2.1.2) abgegeben. 

hi lovinglinux!

hi lovinglinux! Thanks for using Ghostery. We're aware of the issues in the v2.1 branch and have plugged the known bugs in the next minor release: Ghostery v2.2. Its not ready for public consumption yet, but if you wish to test it, please email me at and I will send you a copy.

v2.2 comes with a bug fix that ignores attached elements that are served by the origin domain -- exactly the case you a describing. Additionally, one of the new features is domain whitelisting that would enable you to fully "trust" a domain disabling Ghostery scanning on it.