- Rated 4 out of 5by bojani, a year agoNot sure its necessary any longer, "From Firefox 87 on, Mozilla will trim the referrer automatically for all cross-origin requests, e.g. requests from Site A (example.com) to Site B (secondexample.com)." https://www.ghacks.net/2021/03/22/firefox-87-to-limit-the-referrer-for-all-cross-origin-requests/
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 15191256, 2 years agoLike I wrote in my review for HTTPZ, this is like a hidden gem with privacy extensions that really has that little extra touch to them. This extensions works very well, I use it on aggressive mode and the few sites that was broken I just whitelisted quick and simple. Many thankies to the dev!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Luke, 2 years agoImpressively efficient on CPU and memory.
Might be a good idea to have a remotely hosted and updated default whitelist for sites it breaks, like Smart Referer does. Something like this: https://github.com/crssi/Firefox/blob/master/POOP-Exclusions.txt
- Rated 5 out of 5by Woofy-Wolf, 4 years agoPOOP constipates the companies that track and traffic in your online life. It blocks a widespread and previously unaddressed tracking vector -- Cross-Origin Resource Sharing. CORS is supposed to keep you safe, but websites & their data-tracking partners have weaponized it against you. POOP stops the abuse without sacrificing the security benefit of CORS when it's used for its legitimate purpose. You should install this extension if you care enough about your privacy to block third-party cookies and use Firefox's anti-tracking preference. POOP fills a hole in your privacy wall. Thank you, claustromaniac.