Rated 4.2 out of 5
4.2 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 16224494, a month agoRated 1 out of 5Didn't show me any "bot" accounts and flagged conservative accounts as "problematic", need I say more?
If I could give this less than 1 star I would.
Questions to the devs, 1: define "troll" please.
2: define "bot" also.
3: define "non-partisan.
I am thinking our definitions of these things are very very different.
- by Mandabar, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5I used to enjoy this extension, but with the two most recent updates, one asking for downloading files/reading download history permissions and the other changing from only twitter/tweetdeck site permissions to EVERYTHING...
Way too intrusive for something designed to be anti-troll/nefarious behavior to become something like Spyware
- by Auhrii, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5The new permissions it asks for in recent updates (accessing data for ALL websites and downloading files/reading download history) are extremely intrusive and in no way a requirement to perform any of the functions the description mentions.
- by kungfujoe, 2 months agoRated 2 out of 5This extension is getting REALLY intrusive... The previous version added a required permission to view and modify your download history (even though its functions have nothing to do with downloads). The newest version (as of this writing) removed the site-specific permissions and added a required permission to "access your data for ALL websites."
This extension is ostensibly intended to help us identify and avoid nefarious on-line activity, but it's added some pretty nefarious SpyWare permissions requirements for use.
If you value your privacy, it might be time to stop using BotSentinel. :(
- by tigerhaj, 3 months agoRated 3 out of 5Does what it says, but I had to disable it for now because the settings get reset every browser restart and it's a hassle to open and un-tick the boxes every time.