- Firefox user 15137635 님, 2년 전5점 만점에 1점They actually require you to click a ok button in order to ok the clicking of another button. Luddite technology. The only purpose of technology is to make something easier, simpler and quicker. Asking me if I'm sure that I wanted to click the button is the dumbest waste of time I have ever experienced as a technology user. I can't use this anymore because rather than quickly hitting a button, I have to go through an approval process. No one requires this, because such senile people wouldn't even know how to install add-ons, let alone know how to use them. This is a slap in the face towards advanced users.
- Firefox user 15276422 님, 2년 전5점 만점에 1점By accepting the permissions, you give all your logins and passes!! !!!!!Access your data for all websites!!!!!
개발자 답글2년 전에 게시됨Hello there!
There is a really informative Github discussion here: https://github.com/EFForg/https-everywhere/issues/16377 concerning this issue. The way Firefox permission models works, we need to access requests for http+https+ftp. Firefox decided it was sensible to ask the user for "website data" which in this context means your requests to pages, so HTTPS Everywhere can properly upgrade the request to an encrypted one. I hope this addresses your concerns!
- Firefox user 12631633 님, 3년 전5점 만점에 1점Kann keine Häkchen setzen. Wenn ich ihn im Browser öffnen möchte, bekomme ich immer wieder keine sichere Verbindung ! Ist mir nicht sicher genug. Daher habe ich sie wieder gelöscht. Obwohl was ich gelesen habe, sie gut sein sollen?
- Firefox user 14240571 님, 3년 전5점 만점에 1점Permission request Explanation:-
"Access your data for all websites"
The extension can read the content of any web page you visit as well as data you enter into those web pages, such as *usernames* and *passwords*.
Extensions requesting this permission might:
- Read product and price information from a page to help find you the best price on items you're shopping for
- Offer a password manager that reads and writes details of your username and password
- Provide an ad blocker by reading the content of each web page you open to find and remove ad code