- Rated 1 out of 5by Broffrey, 7 months agoAvoid this kind of useless AntiVirus extensions that in facts can spy what you are looking on the internet, it's just collecting informations on you to profile you and similar customers to finally target ads/products/services. That's desguished spyware in counterpart to provide you a pretended nice service for free.
And just about the service provided: this kind of extensions (lots of similar exist like this one) can modify the webpages on-the-fly and also can censure some parts or search results to guide you to buy to a specific shop/information site/etc... instead of a concurrent. And guess who is paying the extension editor to do that? Sellers? Governments? ...?
Just look at what this extension is requiring at the Permissions part...
Mind again before adding browser extensions!
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14779425, a year agoLeider schlecht, da es sich bei meinem Win 10 64 Bit nicht in den 64 Bit Firefox integrieren lässt.
(? Stoppen Sie, die Augen zu sehen, alles zu sehen, was Sie online machen. ? = "wirres" Deutsch ;-) )
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 15455877, a year agoLovely when it works AFTER I constantly have to switch it on. Ten minutes later again I see that it is switched on for Chrome and Edge but not for Firefox.
- Rated 1 out of 5by RWY, a year agoBeen with Avast for years, but AntiTrack Premium is something I regret buying. Within 24 hours I requested a refund. As a result of installing ATP I have suffered much the same as other reviewers have, and have faced infuriating Denial of Access to various websites that I use for my work. This is a serious problem for me and I can't wait for it to be removed. I would say: DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. It is unfit for purpose. The only positive is that I asked for a refund and it was settled within a couple of hours
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 12522269, 2 years agoThe Firefox extension doesn't work for AntiTrack. This has been going on for months. I have tried many times to reinstall and get the same results. I'm not changing browsers. But I'm canceling the Avast AntiTrack subscription.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 16163877, 2 years agoAntiTrack Premium will not enable/add its' extension to Mozilla Firefox in Win 10, even if it is the most recent version/build. When you follow the simple instructions to add the Firefox extension and click on the green rectangle reading "Done", the "Boost your browser privacy" screen returns with Firefox "NOT ENABLED". I've attempted this procedure a couple of dozen times, thinking eventually it will enable. And isn't it crazy people who try the same method over and over expecting a different result? As a result of this glitch, my "Privacy Score" is sitting at 60, which is ridiculous if you're interested in true privacy. The only way to solve this seems to be to delete Firefox as a browser...not happening, since it is my go-to browser for 15 years. Re-installation solves nothing. And that is exactly what this program gives me ...nothing.