- by pinktank, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Best blocker for firefox. Not as complicated as leechblock etc but it gets it done with a minimal (and convincing) interface. Especially great with the recent additions that allow automatically restarting the blocker after disabling it.
- by eduardo, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5It does not have a security password to enter the add-on or to avoid deactivating it.
No tiene contraseña de seguridad para ingresar al complemento o evitar la desactivacion de este
Developer responseposted 3 years agoHi, thanks for the feedback. Unfortunately, even if I added a password feature within the add-on, the user could always just remove the add-on from the browser. There's nothing the add-on can do about that. See https://github.com/dguo/pawblock/issues/8
- by Firefox user 13783090, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5it works, although you could put a password or user to access your add-on and that this is not deactivated by others, or that for the add-on to be disabled ask for a confirmation password, or make block the page (about: addons) with password. thank you
- by caitmuenster, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Oh my gosh, I love this add-on! I was looking for an extension that would nicely block Facebook and Twitter, and PawBlock is exactly what I wanted. I love the gentle language asking if I'm *sure* I want to go to those sites (allowing my better judgment to step up and say, "no!") and showing me a cute picture of an animal, which I would much, much rather look at! Also, big kudos for making it super clear how to request support from the developer.
This was really easy to configure and it's working great so far. Thank you!