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来自 Firefox 用户 15137635，5 个月前
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They 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.
- 来自 Firefox 用户 15342638，10 天前评分 5 / 5it allows me to get more sites than I did before before it would have a internet the world lock on it wouldn't let me in different eye sights car sites advertisement stuff like that. duck with that being that prompt that way no problem thank you I appreciate the help any more suggestions please send them to me I'm still developing things I need to do the website room have not dropped my cloud yet but I will thank you God bless you and God bless America. The next step of going to try are the exploding cookies outstanding. And like their parties that I have to deal with them not fully but I had to deal with him.
- 来自 Foxx，16 天前评分 5 / 5HTTPS Everywhere is rather basic and uses a list, a site in HTTP will never be redirected in HTTPS even if the site supports it, but in my case of use, 99,9% of the sites I regularly visit are already in HTTPS and the 2-3 HTTP sites I know from memory have never worked in HTTPS with Smart HTTPS, so, HTTPS Everywhere is enough for me as a basic protection, then, it's developed by EFF who made Privacy Badger, which seems to me to be a minimum of trust.