- by Firefox user 13582530, a month agoRated 3 out of 5Safe Web extension sometimes logs out by itself. It means that I should connect it to my Norton account again to use Banking Prototection feauture.
- by rockgamers16, 9 months agoRated 3 out of 5it does not work well while using firefox with duckduckgo as my default search engine it only shows the safety of the link which i clicked on not of the whole web page which i have opened so i am unable to know which website it safe which is unsafe.
SO FIX THIS ISSUE
- by Firefox user 13671233, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5I am going to post a neutral rating. The add-on is fine in principle, but over the past week, with several tabs open, things have come to a shuddering halt, with eventually a note that Firefox is not responding and that a script (which one?) is causing the computer to go slow. Wit's end stuff, but eventually I navigated my way to the Add-ons Manager and saw the other comments. I note the update on 27 December, which possibly is when things started going backwards. I have disabled the add-on, and for the moment things are OK. I hope this gets sorted because the principle was good. Thanks.
- by doug94089, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5I understand the concept and the need but stopping me from getting unsafe sites, but stopping me from getting to two of my banking sites is ridiculous. Give me some way of adding a known "safe site" to a list so I can get to the site.
BTW - when someone does a specific URL, don't change the URL to a portion and declare it "unsafe"!
- by Firefox user 13424607, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5Great except that it conficts with the latest firefox when I try to reply to comments in nola.com. With safe web enabled I get an error message and it won't let me reply, but with safe web disabled it works just fine.