Avaliado em 4,7 de 5
4,7 estrelas de 5
- por Chrissi, a há 4 horasAvaliado em 1 de 5Since the last update, the addon wants to access the IP address and host name of the PC. What do you want to do with this disgusting change? I report this update to Mozilla!
- por Utilizador do Firefox 15635731, a há 6 horasAvaliado em 5 de 5I've been using this extension for a long time after switching from the OG Adblock Plus issues and honestly there is nothing to complain about. It works like it says and if you're worried about the permission asking for your IP, it is to stop a way to sneak around your rules. This new version of uBlock "uncloaks" the request to bg.example.com and discovers that it's actually example.badguys.com. This is why it needs the dns permission, which is what that warning is about.
- por Utilizador do Firefox 15695390, a há 7 horasAvaliado em 1 de 5Some shady things started around recently, new privacy permissions, blocking discuss thread about this on official Reddit. I move another blocker, just to stay safe.
- por Utilizador do Firefox 15695341, a há 8 horasAvaliado em 4 de 5Greetings. I am using this addon for some time, however since yesterday it has not been blocking ads. Cannot find a solution on the internet. I would be really happy if you could provide me some advice.
Thanks for reply. I also tried another addon, Privacy Badger and it seems that also does not work. Maybe something is wrong with Firefox.
After reinstalling whole firefox with returning to default options and preferences it repaired.
Thanks for your time.
Resposta do programadorpublicado a há 6 horasThis can happen when the extension storage gets corrupted. First try to reset to default settings (bottom of "Settings" pane in the dashboard), and if this does not work, try removing and reinstalling the extension. You may want to first backup your custom settings in order to be able to restore them afterward.
- por rail5, a há 8 horasAvaliado em 5 de 5Leaving this review for anybody to read in case you, like me, were curious why it was requesting new permissions for IP and hostname info.
The information on those pages shows that this is not malicious, it's a new feature to prevent some sneakier tracking tactics. It's good to be skeptical, so I'd recommend reading those pages, but my contention is that it's fine.
- por Utilizador do Firefox 15694344, a há 15 horasAvaliado em 5 de 5Some people should stop overreacting about the IP and hostname permission request. Please inform yourself before reacting. Don't be a knucklehead. Here, let me do the homework for you:
5 stars rating for the uBlock team for staying very transparent about the permission requests.
- por psshooty, a há 15 horasAvaliado em 5 de 5Please don't give a one star rating when you don't understand why the addon asks for your IP and Hostname. Read the release notes before rating this addon. This is one of the best addons and it is open source - so you can have a look behind the scenes if you don't trust it.
The reason for the new IP and Hostname permission is to block more and advanced advertising: