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FindBar Tweak

Good for a firefox browser Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Chrome has the most important functionas natively, like usual. In FF, we need plugins to patch anything.
I wonder why this is not included in a search plugin:
- regexp
- tolerate national characters (á equals a)
I have to say thanks a lot, because i use Firefox, where standards are so low:)

DuckDuckGo Plus

DuckDuckGo is great alone Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This plugin doesnt give me any edge over search edit box. But the engine is good as it's the only alternative enging with lot of suggestions.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.1). 

Search & Destroy for Amazon, Etsy and Ebay!

Bring it to desktop Rated 4 out of 5 stars


LastPass Password Manager

ok for masses Rated 3 out of 5 stars

+ no PC app needed thanks god
- very very slow
- privacy is the last concern, this keeps collecting data about logins, geolocation, websites logins + loads of trackers. Absolutely horrible for such tool
- trouble filling data. Can't fill address + credit card on one page.
- on android FF it will not do anything but freeze FF connections.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.3.2). 


Nice but 90s style Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is the best caldav tool for Firefox. Just one is available:) It's pretty functional, but stuck in 90's with design, just like the browser itself. Unlike Chromium(R), you can't have sticky popup dialog to quickly grab data from a note, which people want to do often (a note must be quick to access, it's a note! not a Word document). In fact a new window is open, spawning a new bar in Windows taskbar, so as you switch between apps to paste data, you will have hard time to return to Firefox. And yet another windows opens to actually read anote. Then after utilizing the data copied, one needs to find those 2 windows and close them manually. 90s!
Still a great plugin, ez to plug a source from EAS mail provider. The hint system is impressive. Sorry for lot of irony, but transition from Chromium to Firefox is extremelly painful, I wish it all gets better otherwise FF loses remaining 10% market share if ppl not willing to change their mindset to 10's. And that's a sad fact:/

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 


Everyone needs a plugin like this Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Adding 5* review, as I want to support the development.
Besides tracker blockers and VPN, everyone should have a tool like this installed. Otherwise browser in fingerprinted and real IP is extracted by the machinery.
HTTPS have some yellow setting, not to disable HTTP pages. I hate running so many plugins, so would like not to use Smart HTTPS.
More referer settings, corresponding to Firefox internal configuration.
Many times I don't see a reason why page is broken, because nothing appears in the log. I think only few security items are logged at the moment, so it's not easy to find out what rule did apply. Then, if I disable whole plugin, page works, so i have to randomly try settings one by one to find the root cause.
UPDATE March 2017: can replace several other extensions. It takes months to build the knowledge about the plugin. Documentation is so big, google cannot even translate it. I didn't find explanation for numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,11 in Interval value (why not 9, 10). What is the value? Plugin is very slow 33% CPU constantly when idle + 2GB extra memory!
UPDATE March 2017 2: got rid of memory problem by random luck. Still the plugin is easily the slowest, as ive experimented with turning off all other plugins. It doesn't log all actions, so it's hard to debug why pages don't work. Some blocking is so aggressive, that many login pages won't work (e.g. twitter), as it prefers to block whole request rather than block the particular function. In case of twitter, WebRTC or WebGL blocking blocks the whole request. Even if WebRTC and WebGL are already disabled in FF settings.
UPDATE March 2017 3: not only HTTPS,WebRTC,WebGL is strict. Also Canvas,Fonts. They make the pages unreadable with wrong graphics or constantly log you out. And this behaviour is with all possible filter choices! So i wonder why so many choices whem all of them are strict. Turn off this plugin, turn on 5 different one purpose anonymizing plugins -> the websites will work.
UPDATE March 2017 4: speed is the concern. It even doubles ping on speedtest, and having more tabs open delays everything, about:performance freezes just when i enable the plugin. Hacking webpages to work is endless. So i suggest to look to improve speed and make the filters smart (not just kick the connection off).

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.10).  This user has a previous review of this add-on.

Enpass Password Manager extension for Firefox

Safeincloud alternative Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Looking for pay-once-for-mobile-app, this one at least shows items to fill no matter if they are password or not. But wait, you cannot select them in firefox desktop.. you have to grab mouse, click on (I) button, then copy to clipboard, then paste to the focused edit box. Wait, that's not all, not only it won't guess what field u want to grab from the Enpass record, it will also annoy you with pop up storing the current web address into the record. So useless for non-website related data.
You also need a background PC app running, which will of course be not possible in the office of public spaces, so you won't achieve any kind of "sync anywhere".
The mobile version, besides incompatible firefox plugin, is useless as noone sane would use special browser or special keyboard.
what's difficult to understand the very basic needs of users. This brings less comfort than 10year old Opera browser and its stored password + stored custom fields.
Anyways, good luck and I keep searching.
[UPDATE] when credit card + address is present on a website, Enpass can choose only credit card. It won't fill address from a different record, even if it's filled first.
It's not possible to simply fill individual fields one by one.
Enpass won't select "MasterCard" "Diners" card type, only "VISA".
Now compare this ultra fast Chrome identity + card selection, when just double clicking offers profiles and just hovering over profile names gives you preview of data in realtime. Firefox sucks.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.3.4). 

SafeInCloud Password Manager

firefox Rated 3 out of 5 stars

what's the point adding credit cards etc and not being able to insert them from firefox plugin... +plugin better be revealed on firefox mobile.
[UPDATE: there's no solution to store passwords + forms + identities + credit cards like in Chrome. Not a single addon to work with existing FF Sync forms data! Then lot of overrated expensive cloud solutions, skinning sheep of incredible money to store 5 kilobytes. In between Enpass and Safeincloud, using private free cloud to store that "huge" amount of data, but both requiring a PC tool running + not working on mobile = wrong. Wow, poor Firefox users. Just wow]

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (17.0.1).  This user has a previous review of this add-on.

SafeInCloud Password Manager

not working on android Rated 3 out of 5 stars

i am keen paying it when it works on mobile firefox. until then, no password manager to use.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (17.0.1). 


great privacy plugin, dev stubborn to translate to english or add hints Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Very very good plugin, nightmare to set up.
not compatible with Firefox Sync, it will drop it and it needs tricks to set up exceptions for mozilla.org, firefox.com (need to capture addresses used as the address is pseudo-local, display whatever URL found in a tab, then set up the plugin).
I still don't know what some settings mean, I can't read that translation.
HTTPS blocks many pages, needs to act like Smart HTTPS plugin.
Settings are lost frequently.
Password will simply block passwords, can't type anything.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.8).