Rated 3.7 out of 5
3.7 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 12661246, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5Blur is an Excellent tool. Blur is absolutely critical for privacy online. Those who report problems are probably not reading the clear instructions provided by Blur. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS PEOPLE! I've been using Blur for years in Firefox, Chrome, IE without an issue! Michael
- by Sam Roquel45, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5I don’t want to store the passwords in one place. it not matter, the browser or this app.Hi there, sorry for any inconvenience, but we're a bit confused by your review of our extension. Can you email us at support [at] get abine [dot] com with more details about the issues you're experiencing? Thanks!
- by andario2007, 4 years agoRated 1 out of 5...after a decade using Firefox.
Lastpass is notoriously slow, but this is just unbelievable. Even with every single option disabled (other than autofill passwords) the performance is EXTREMELY slow, not just the browsing, even the FF menus take noticeabley longer to appear on screen. I literally have never seen anything like this. Tested on W8.1x64 and FF49.0.2Hi there, sorry for the inconvenience. Can you please email us at support [at] get abine [dot] com with some additional details about the issues you've been experiencing? We've since released an update to Blur for Firefox that we think has resolved the issues you're describing here.
- by Gerco, 4 years agoRated 1 out of 5cant open my email anymore so i delete it.sorry for any inconvenience, but I'm not sure I understand the issue that you're experiencing here. Can you email us at support [at] get abine [dot] com with a detailed description of the issue you're experiencing so we can look into this for you? Thanks!
- by Firefox user 12600753, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5It doesn't block trackers of twitter on my pc.Hi there, sorry for any inconvenience. We're more or less required to white-list trackers when using social media sites, otherwise they'd pretty much break completely. Check out this FAQ for more info: http://www.abine.com/faq.html#unblocked
- by Firefox user 12596003, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5Ever worry about your safety while browsing online? Do you feel like your passwords aren't strong enough to keep hackers out? Then Blur is a God send!
This not only helps you manage and protect your passwords, it also masks personal information that you share online to make it even safer!
If you are considering downloading this, I say go for it! Two thumbs up!
- by Firefox user 12585025, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5In today's age, it's almost impossible to keep up with the number of passwords that we must have for various sites. What makes it more difficult, is making sure each password varies (since you never want to use the same password for more than one site).
Blur addon makes this daunting task a thing of the past. It's so simple to add/save new passwords when logging into my favorite sites. I don't have to worry about remembering or writing down passwords anymore.
I love the encryption capabilities when entering my credit card information. Hackers are getting smarter every day, so should our addons.
Blur gives me peace of mind. Thanks!
- by Ann Q, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5New user after having heard about how well their products work, then finding myself in need.
I'm not an IT person, so sometimes need technical help. I received excellent help. Replies were very timely and appropriate.
Based on my experience to date, I expect I will continue to be pleased!
Thanks, Abine - especially your support department!
- by Firefox user 12554057, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5This app installed seamlessly and immediately with no issues or glitches which gives me confidence over the long run it will work reliably and well. Provides user with security for passwords with encyption and memory services.
- by mturker.fan, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5From what I can tell, this is an easy app to install and it does not seem to be causing any issues with my other add-ons which is a plus. It has already asked me if I wanted to remember a password so it's functioning correctly. I also see that it is notifying me that it stopped a tracker, I believe. I'd say this is a decent password/privacy app.
- by Firefox user 12510542, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5The addon helps me stay secure by creating extra secure passwords and remembering them for me. It also helps keep me as anonymous as possible and tells me what a website is trying to get from me, like location.
- by Johan, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5I had problems with the add on, the masking was not working correctly, seems that my version of Firefox was out of date. recommend uninstalling the Blur extension, Update Firefox to the latest version, then reinstalling the Blur Extension. I am very satisfied with the quick and good response of Abine CS.
- by Firefox user 12492523, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5Had a problem with masked email forwarding. Sent email to customer service and within 24 hours received a response with correction and a "Sorry". My masked emails are now functioning again. I really love this feature.
- by LHUecotec, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5I like being able to create an account with an unique e-mail. I like the auto fill function. With a click it is done. I like that it makes strong passwords. Support has always been there. I recommend becoming a premium member. I am glad I did!!
- by Firefox user 12269303, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5Blur is awsome ,such a time saver ,not having to type in all your login details every time you visit a site. and all the free options it has are great ,not to mention the paid for options .its a must have add on.well done guys keep up the great work.
the paid for options
- by SweetestDeals, 4 years agoRated 1 out of 5This was, for years, my favorite and most-utilized add-on. But the tracker blocking hasn't worked for several weeks (months?).
I go to site ABC. I see by the red "2" on my Blur toolbar button that Blur is blocking two of their trackers. Yay!
I click my button, then "Tracking," and note that site ABC uses two trackers: Facebook Connect and Google Analytics. However, both are labeled "unblocked."
Okay, that's weird. Why would there be a red "2" if it wasn't blocking anything?
I dunno, but no problem. I'll just do a quick switch-on of both trackers and refresh the page. Simple.
After refreshing the page, Blur reverts both trackers to "unblocked."
This is how it has gone on. Over. And over. And over. And over again. EVERY site. EVERY tracker. It no longer blocks a single thing. FAIL.