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|User since||April 10, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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This add-on in some ways can be informative if you've never been aware of tracking and if you're worried about being tracked there are a number of other add-ons you could use instead such as: Better Privacy, NoScript, Ghostery, AdBlockPlus, Request Policy and Privacy Choice.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.16.3.1-signed).
It didn't improve my web browsing however, it did spy on me. Make up your own mind.
When I first started using NoScript I must admit I did find it a little tricky but after no time I began to understand how it works and how I could control which scripts I wanted to run on each page. After a while all your settings end up being fixed for sites that you visit regularly so there aren't many problems.
NoScript is one of the best security tools out there and it will make web browsing more secure.
This is also an essential addon for Linux users.
This is great because I can easily choose who i want to share cookies with. I particularly like it as I don't have to share any cookies with Google.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.1-signed).
This is just one of the best add-ons ever made and the amount of work that goes into it to make web surfing safer is very much appreciated. It may take time for people to get used to it but a few seconds configuring a new page is a very small price for keeping you protected as you web browse. Thank you!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206-signed).
This add-on is simply amazing. It adds a layer of security while browsing by allowing you to pick which third party scripts you would like to run. It may be tricky to configure at first but once that initial stage has passed there's not much to do.
This add-on allows you to be back in control while browsing and that has got to be a great thing. I applaud the creator of this add-on and thank him for helping to give the web back to the people.
Initially I was wary about using LastPass as it felt like putting all my eggs into one basket and I wasn't sure why they should be trusted with all my passwords. I have come to find that LastPass is brilliant! In a time where a GPU can crack a complicated password in record time I'm glad I have LastPass which can generate and save complex passwords for all of my individual log ins. As for trusting LastPass, they don't actually keep my data but rather it's encrypted locally. Considering it's a free service as well I think it's phenomenal and I would encourage anyone who wants to keep their passwords as secure as possible to use LastPassThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11-signed).