extension ExtPose

Browse Safely

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Description from extension meta

Displays SitesRank Scores of domains in the autocomplete suggestions of the Chrome address bar.

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Description from store Despite the convenience and the time saved by the autocomplete suggestions from your Chrome browser’s address bar, not all the website URLs popping up in the autocomplete will necessarily lead you to a safe destination with appropriate content. This is a Chrome extension that integrates WOT’s website rating system to display the SitesRank safety scores of each domain that appears in your autocomplete suggestions. Before clicking on any domains, view the safety scores first to avoid the low-rating and suspicious sites to stay away from bad content. We also provide an alternative option for you to check URLs inside the extension’s user interface. Please enter a valid URL (example: amazon.com). What is WOT? Web of Trust is a website reputation and review service that helps people make informed decisions about whether to trust a website or not. In this extension, we integrate with the WOT API. We are not responsible for their rating scores and cannot guarantee that the scores are 100% accurate. The SitesRank Scores can be turned off at any time from the extension’s action window. Don’t forget to turn it on afterward! Permissions and reasons used: 1. Access to “cookies”. We require this permission to remember all the setting changes that you made to provide you the customized experience you desire. 2. Access to “contextMenus”. We require this permission to add more functional items to the drop-down menu from the action icon of this extension to provide you a more complete user experience and to enhance our service. 3. Change your default search engine. We require this permission to change your default search engine to our search domain browsesafelysearch.com, powered by Yahoo. We need to change your default search engine in order to provide the functionality of displaying SitesRank Scores from the autocomplete suggestions of your address bar. If you want to use a different option, we also support Bing and Google in this extension. You can make the change from inside the extension’s Settings at any time. How to remove this extension? Option 1: Go to “Settings” on Chrome, and find our extension in the “Extensions” tab. Click “remove”. Option 2: Right-click on the extension’s icon on your browser and select “Remove from Chrome” from the drop-down menu. Chrome™ is a trademark of Google LLC. The use of it does not imply any affiliation to or endorsement by Google LLC. By adding this extension to your Chrome browser, you accept and agree to our Privacy Policy and End-User License Agreement. Privacy Policy: https://www.browsesafelyapp.com/privacy EULA: https://www.browsesafelyapp.com/terms FAQ: https://www.browsesafelyapp.com/#faqs Contact Us: https://www.browsesafelyapp.com/contact Uninstall: https://www.browsesafelyapp.com/uninstall

Latest reviews

  • (2021-02-09) Samuel Flanders: I don't normally write reviews, but in this case, I have to call out improper behavior. These guys are using unscrupulous business practices. This morning, I was trying to reach a local grocery store website, when I was redirected to a site that tried to install this app. Obviously, when a company tries to install something on your computer without your active involvement, this is a problem. Many inexperienced users will probably click the buttons presented to install the app, thinking that they have to. This type of behavior is improper and should be investigated by Google and the appropriate government entities. No one should ever be encouraged to install something, without a clear indication that the offer is an unsolicited advertisement. Stay away from these guys - they are unscrupulous - and you need to be concerned with what they do with the data that they collect.
  • (2021-02-08) Anime Squad: It was terrible, it does take over your search engine and gains control of ur browser. Creepy hyjack extension. DO NOT INSTALL
  • (2021-02-06) Bill Alsobrook: Browser hijacker that switches your search engine and essentially takes over your browser


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1.0 (3 votes)
Last update / version
2021-01-26 / 3.0.0
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