Bewertet mit 3,4 von 5 Sternen
3,4 von 5 Sternen
- von JOJo, vor 19 TagenBewertet mit 1 von 5 SternenNice look. But it is so weird that the extension's licence states that it grabs users IP address, while its sole purpose is to delete cookies... It also requires quite a lot of permissions, which is not the case of similar extensions. Not trustworthy to me.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 14387195, vor 2 MonatenBewertet mit 1 von 5 SternenIt doesn't seem to do its job. I went through all the settings and it is set to destroy everything after the tabs are closed, but it still leaves lots of cookies behind, undestroyed.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 15109409, vor 4 MonatenBewertet mit 1 von 5 SternenSnoops on users, but if you block the domains noted below, they cant, info: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/mozilla-removes-23-firefox-add-ons-that-snooped-on-users/
With the current version, 8 months old, it appears to delete most but not delete all cookies, I am using the whitelist approach. With third party disabled, I am seeing many 9 day old cookies that remain that are not whitelisted for permanence, such as, soundcloud, webseed.com, and a few others. Here is a screenshot: https://i.ibb.co/zSTFhnb/Dirtyindeed.png To be fair I just tested cleaning ALL cookies with CookieAutoDelete, and the result was the SAME. So I removed them manually. Why they were being whitelisted, I suspect is due to the FireFox Privacy setting "Block Third Party Trackers," which allows only safe third party cookies to accumulate. I prefer Cookiebro... its the best there is, offers individual cookie blacklisting/whitelisting and a powerful cookie log to automate the process in no time!