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|User since||December 17, 2012|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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WARNING: malware latches to your searches!! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
WARNING!!! This developer has added MALWARE in the shape of an extremely annoying adware feature sneaked into his ad-ons (Snapfish) that will pop-up and appear on all your searches like a malware/virus. Awesome Screenshot came with this annoying and intrusive feature. Be aware the you may be hit with the same adware from other ad-ons offered by this developer.
WARNING! MALWARE!!!! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
WARNING!!! This developer has added MALWARE in the shape of an extremely annoying adware feature sneaked into his ad-ons (Snapfish) that will pop-up and appear on all your searches like a malware/virus. Awesome Screenshot came with this annoying and intrusive feature. Wouldn't be surprised if the same adware is added into his other ad-ons.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11.1-signed).
DON'T USE!!! This app comes with hidden adware!! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I was going insane with a constant stream of ads (Snapfish) appearing on any and all pages I would read and had no clue where it all came from. It was acting like a malware/virus. It took days on end to find where this utter pain originated from until I discovered that all the headaches came from Awesome Screenshot. There was never any warning at all when activating the ad-on that my pages would be covered in hidden adware popups.
I will NEVER use this ad-on ever again nor will I ever use any other ad-on by this developer. The guy is an unethical JERK for adding a hidden malware in the ad-on.
How many people have been duped into believing they had a virus and had to reinstalled their entire operating system because of the sneaky (and illegal) addition of adware that is activated with Awesome Screenshot? Anyone who goes through that knows the frustration, time loss and even valuable file losses you deal with trying to remove what you think could be a virus.
I will report this issue to Firefox to BAN this developer for adding malware in the app.