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|Name||J's PC Repair|
|Benutzer seit||June 22, 2011|
|Anzahl der entwickelten Add-ons||0 Add-ons|
|Durchschnittliche Bewertung der Add-ons des Entwicklers||Noch nicht bewertet|
This addon was someone's attempt at something similar to McAfee's Site Advisor but, WOT just does not work like that.
WOT shows ratings based on user input and I must say that there are a lot of Low (or RED) Ratings based on low user input and this can actually influence people into steering away from a possibly good site.
These types of ratings are not always a good thing... it is only as good as the people who rate it.
As much as we would like for ALL people to be honest and trustworthy, that just isn't the reality of life.
All is takes is someone to see a site that millions might like, is a good, reliable, and trustworthy site but based on "personal" opinion or beliefs, someone could easily manipulate it to the RED.
I do a lot of searches for parts and information on computers and I have seen numerous known Good Sites rated in the Red because - for the most part - there may not be enough actual WOT Visitors to these sites to rate them appropriately.
I am also an E-Cigarette user and have seen numerous Reliable and Trustworthy vendors rated RED.
In order for it to really be a good addon, it should base site ratings on not only user input but on actual "threat" ratings from AntiMalware sites like SOPHOS, NSS Labs, Trend, or McAfee.
When users see RED sites solely based on what others have said, a lot of the time it is because there have not been enough visitors and thus, gives otherwise False Positives based on low user input.
WOT is a good Addon otherwise but could be better and have fewer false RED's.
I had been using the Add-on 5.0.1 and it was not working with the new upgrade of FF.
I installed this newer toolbar add-on and all of my rows are showing up again.I don't know what the problem is that others are having because I never had to "Accept" anything to enable this add-on.I simply downloaded it, and installed it... removed the old one and the new one was auto enabled.
I have been using 3 rows that had been showing up in older FF but when I switched to the newer FF, only ONE row was showing.
As soon as I removed the old add-on and enabled this one, all 3 rows came right back... no "Sponsored Links" whatsoever.
Besides - it does say "Experimental" under this add-on so if there are Bugs... it is a good thing to tell the people at FF about them so they can fix them.
My only issues is that the new FF does NOT support my AV's "Anti-phishing Toolbar".
I still find that using the "userChrome" file in the "Profiles" folder in Firefox for the Multirow Toolbar is the best way to go.
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