- โดย ผู้ใช้ Firefox 15030615, 5 เดือนที่แล้วได้รับการจัดอันดับ 2 จาก 5Yeah, like what the others have said: Totally suspect. This plug-in does not do anything in Firefox. I tried Webex without the plug-in and the web app works fine after you give the proper permissions inside FF.
I later installed the plug-in after I was able to get Webex to work as stated above, and did not notice anything different. What gives?
FYI you need to have WebRTC enabled for WebEx to work properly inside FF. I was having issues of not being able to select my computer's audio (it wasn't even showing up as an option) and I wasn't able to select/see my webcam until I enabled WebRTC.
It also seems like the plug-in was needed before December 2019 in order for Webex to work inside a web browser. I believe with the advance of Firefox and the likes along with the re-writing of the Webex code from Cisco's side, that this plug-in is rendered obsolete. But it still does not make sense as this plug-in was updated on June 1, 2020 at the time of this writing.
- โดย PCanada, 7 เดือนที่แล้วได้รับการจัดอันดับ 1 จาก 5Keep in only if you want Cisco to know everything you do on the web. Terrible privacy - it accesses too much and can send it to any one it chooses for essentially any purpose. If you use it delete it immediately after use.
- โดย kch, 9 เดือนที่แล้วได้รับการจัดอันดับ 1 จาก 5Why does this add-on need to access my data for all websites? It seems to just open Cisco WebEx meeting on the desktop app. I find this unjustifiably obtrusive.
- โดย CerebralDatabank, 9 เดือนที่แล้วได้รับการจัดอันดับ 1 จาก 5I found this addon installed in both my Firefox and Firefox Developer Edition installations (the latter in which I never opened the online Webex Meetings website). Joining an online meeting still works after uninstalling the extension. Therefore, it seems that the extension has no visible use, and asks to access data for all websites.