- by CrushinIt17, 7 months agoRated 5 out of 5This should be in Firefox by default! Very useful if you do a lot of online shopping or use Google as your search provider... Be sure to enable force HTTPS in Firefox>General>Network as well!
-A very happy Firefox user
- by Firefox user 16009735, 7 months agoRated 5 out of 5Absolutely love it! If it's recommended by PrivacyTools.io, it's good on my book. If you haven't checked them out, they have other solid privacy recommendations.
- by Firefox user 13322511, 8 months agoRated 1 out of 5In Facebook fbclid= still doesn't get blocked If I click on the link and if I copy it. It gets removed only with the cleaning tool.
Can it be fixed please?
- by Firefox user 16228066, 8 months agoRated 2 out of 5Ohne Whitelist macht dieses Add-on keinen Sinn, ist äusserst mühsam immer von Hand bei gewissen URLs das Add-On zu deaktivieren. Entwickler verspricht schon seit Monaten die Implementierung, bis heute gibt es immer noch keine Whitelist.
- by ewser, 8 months agoRated 3 out of 5Although the addon prevents useless "google.com/url?sa..." records in browser history, it triples records of visited urls, particularly google's search query urls while logged in. Because google adds it's parameters anyway, and each parameter creates new record. So it overloads my history and I can't use it no more untill it'll be fixed. Everything's ok only when I type queries in browser address bar.
- by What???, 9 months agoRated 1 out of 5False claims (like the bogus positive reviews) by bots. Only strips urls about 25% of the time. For example, it won't strip the junk off this url: https://cnn.com/news/world/secret-service-purging-the-trump-loyalists-from-bidens-presidential-detail/wcm/71470dfa-5d0a-4897-abf4-9888e0e24c72. Everything after the word detail can be stripped, but it's not. Even when you enter the link manually.
If this extension doesn't clean the junk (based on the name) then change the dang name instead of confusing people.
Developer responseposted 8 months agoHi, thank you for your feedback. To address your first statement, as a student I, unfortunately, don't have enough money to buy bots.
Regarding the second statement, the CNN URL is indeed not cleaned. It's because there are no rules in our rules file for this kind of "garbage" yet. If you find URLs that are not cleaned, you can always report them via our website or email and we will add new rules for them. However, you will have to make use of this possibility.