- by John, 3 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.
- by Firefox user 14344342, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5With Safe Web 18.104.22.168 performance has become miserable. Pages frequently take 5 to 10 seconds to load. It can also take as long for *anything* to happen when clicking a link.
Please fix this immediately or I'll have to remove it!
- by Omar, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5It used to be amazing in the past!
But now it's slowing down the browser TERRIBLY !!!!
And it still has lots of false positives which leads to block a lot of websites that has nothing wrong with them!
And the websites that actually has problems it doesn't block them all... So after years of using it I'm finally removing it.
Waiting for "Windows Defender Web Protection" for Firefox. Just like when I replaced Norton Security with Windows Defender last year.
- by Firefox user 14182889, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Computer practically stopped working completely when I added this new Norton stuff. Freezes all the time, incompatible with Firefox apparently. Terrible. hate it.
It's sad users are subjected to legalese and spyware has become the accepted norm among 'free and proprietary' services. If this were some random add-on developed by some nobody it would have been appropriately removed from mozilla services.
Protip: Firefox already has Google Safebrowsing for malware. All you really need is to block ads and malware domains with Ublock add-on and scan files with the virustotal website. If you still need this add-on, maybe you should reconsider your browsing habits.
- by Ninjaclanginger, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Was running perfectly but suddenly over the last few weeks a yellow bar flashes up for a split second. I have finally been able to grab a screen shot to see what it says and its this Norton Extension. It was fine but now its not. Other reviews point towards some update in December as being the fault. no good Norton!