Rated 4.5 out of 5
4.5 Stars out of 5
- by Charlie, a month agoRated 5 out of 5because it's white list mechanism,it's a little harder to collect the date from every sites than others "black list" extensions,but when you use it for a while,it's gonna to be better
- by robsku, a month agoRated 5 out of 5I'm sorry I wrote a bad review. It seems to be deleted, although it was not inappropriate - it was mistaken, and PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THIS *FEATURE*; whether intentional or not.
We now have a possibility to use Multi-Container support of Firefox with NoScript; I was very bummed by the missing of ABE from the WebExtension, but this can do some of the same thing; and without understanding the almost esoteric syntax.
See, I though the permissions I had set were disappearing. Turns out the page was in separate container than the last time I had allowed those permissions. The permissions are *CONTAINER SPECIFIC*. I hadn't really properly put Multi-User Container add-on really to good use!
Now I don't lose permissions. I can have certain (all possible to keep things working) Google servers blocked on default - same with any FaceBook servers. In fact, FaceBook servers are only allowed on FaceBook container. And if a site that does not belong to YouTube container, but needs to show video from YouTube, I either temporarily allow the servers, or I move the site into YouTube container; which needs a good good reason if it's not a Google's YouTube services. OR, I'll add another container for pages that don't need all the YouTube and Google servers allowed, but need to have just those allowed that let the videos roll; and move that site there. This is in fact incredibly great way to work, although I still miss the Legacy version - I will soon try changing to a fork that has all the modern support of FF, and support for legacy add-on's. Then I can use the original, and get the massive power of ABE, but will the Legacy code be updated to have same support for multiple containers? That I would love, best of both worlds.
I even have a container for MyWOT.com, which everyone should know already is a scam itself, but the user reviews are real - and great. So that container shouldn't be able to reach any info not loaded while in that very container. And only MyWOT.com ever is.
P.S. I'm 95% certain I wrote a bad review lately - I even deleted the old good one before that, so I didn't just imagine it all, as it's gone. So what happened?
P.P.S. I was really hard thinking of giving you five stars, because it was stated that all the features of legacy version were available here as well. Well, I remember a lot of settings I see nowhere; most notable of them being ABE rulesets. So I almost didn't, just 4; here's your 5 stars anyway ;)
FINALLY: You have to make users so clear about this multi-container feature, that they don't get mistaken like I did. If they use multi-containers, they should easily understand it; if not, what does it matter? ;) But definitely make it clear and clearly shown ;)
- by Firefox user 14170867, a month agoRated 5 out of 5Great extension and great security made in Italy, a must have for IT professionals which need an additional layer of security (and peace of mind) when browsing the web. Thank you Giorgio for your excellent work and great dedication. I encourage all users to give something back by donating a small amount to allow for future developments.
- by Andrzej Stalke, a month agoRated 5 out of 5Zdecydowanie pomaga w zachowaniu bezpieczeństwa w internecie na kilka różnych sposobów.
Po pierwsze blokuje wykonanie skryptów na stronie, dzięki czemu możemy blokować np. strony reklamowe jak i czasami może zdarzyć się nam wejść na podejrzaną stronę, której kod się nie wykona dzięki dodatkowi.
Po drugie, zwiększa prawdopodobieństwo, że zauważymy próbę wykradzenia danych logowania na podstawionej stronie. Od razu zauważymy, że strona "banku" przestała działać, mimo, że na pewno była dodana wcześniej jako zaufana.
Jedyny minus jest taki, że trzeba ciągle dodawać nowe strony do zaufanych, ale nie da się tego przeskoczyć. Coś za coś.
Zdecydowanie najważniejszy dodatek w przeglądarce i jest na mojej liście "Must have".