- by Rudolf_Snail, 3 months agoRated 1 out of 5It does not show problems if it considers the webpage unsafe, it prevents saving files from certain webpages, with no manual prevention of this, it even prevents saving of files which are pictures or pdfs and so on. Most of the time it's useless.
Edit: it prevented me from downloading a simple .docx file from Discord, it's trash.
- by Firefox user 16020201, a year agoRated 1 out of 5it is not possible to add exceptions for sites and if you are allow to go to a blocked page anyway, he asks for each link again and cancels downloads from this page you have allowed, wooow, damn addon
it seems it blocks nearly each site which adult content
no exceptions possible, so removed, bye norton :P
- by Firefox user 15314811, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5Way too many false positives for "known dangerous sites". It happened today, and two days ago would not allow me to log onto my OneDrive account even though I had been on it within the past 30 minutes. Will not use again.
- by Firefox user 14689345, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5Since Norton Safe Web was updated on March 11, 2019, I cannot log onto my bank accounts at CapitalOne.com. I have to first disable Norton Safe Web in order to log onto my account at CapitalOne.com. This is bad!
- by Firefox user 14574138, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5It asked whether I wanted to change home pages. It did so while I was busy, and so I accidentally clicked outside of the yes/no dialog box. It then took over my search. And the search results through this app were horrible. So I removed it. What I want is ratings on Google's own search, not for the app to take over my home button.
- by John, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5Firefox grinds to a halt with this add-on enabled because it chews up my 16GB of RAM. Websites refuse to load or take forever to load. It brings my PC to a halt where I can't do anything.