- by USER-EXPERIENCEONLY, 4 months agoRated 2 out of 5Breaks too many sites. No instruction or manual on which settings are likely to break sites. Had to remove it. You need to be a web page coder to figure out which settings are permissible for most sites. many sites are aware of these programs and flag you as a hacker when u use them, blocking your access.
- by Firefox user 12861997, 5 months agoRated 5 out of 5This plugin may seem hard to configure and use at first, but if you take your time to test what each setting may change or break in a website. then this extensions will start working in your favor and the way you want it to work.
(also you will most likely have to whitelist some websites, but for my configuration i rarely do this)
i use this mainly because of the fingerprint and privacy options and so far it is working for me
i recommend NOT fully trusting a website but instead clicking allow and seeing which part in the blocked items you should allow too.
also recommend saving the options you have in a txt through the export settings so it doesnt end up being removed by ccleaner or something
- by HonestReviews, 6 months agoRated 2 out of 5update 12-26-20: Read the reviews for this extension also on chrome. Same experience as mine: Breaks too many websites, no documentation to show how to avoid this. Lots of settings inadquately explained, Usually have it turned off cuz tired to it blocking sites. You are tagged as a hacker if you use this extension.
Breaks too many webpages needing to be disabled in order to view them. No manual or guide on which settings cause this the most and why. Usefullness is severely limited by these factors.
- by Firefox user 16277430, 8 months agoRated 5 out of 5Gute Sache. Man braucht ne Weile bis man für die Seiten die man besucht die richtigen Einstellungen hat. Bildzeitung habe ich damit werbefrei bekommen!
Die Einstellungen exportieren ist auch gut damit sie nicht verloren gehen.
- by Firefox user 13544194, 9 months agoRated 3 out of 5Since Noscript has been messed up completely, I tried this and I am satisfied. Unfortunately, settings are not retained. However, there are neither unwanted permissions like with Noscript.
- by Brandon, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Works very well! So nice to keep ad trackers away.
If you have issues with CCleaner:
In CCleaner > Options > Cookies >
Find a cookie that looks similar to a GUID. It looks like 23456789-1234-1234-1234-213213213123 (unique on each computer) and move it to 'cookies to keep'. This addon appears to store your whitelist in this cookie so don't delete it!
- by Karma, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5It took me awhile to whitelist all the sites I regularly use, but after that, ScriptSafe is a joy to use. It has helped me block several malicious scripts. I recommend getting a script blocker if you are online period.
- by Firefox user 15190759, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5After working fairly well for several months, Scriptsafe has flamed out and started dropping all my settings and just blocking everything. I've spent an unreasonable amount of time unblocking scripts on very commonly used sites. Going to have to move on to something else.
Script safe just erased all my script settings again. Bye.