The Archiver

The Archiver

Save Pages to Wayback Machine & Archive.is through a context menu. Supports these contexts: pages, images and links.

What is The Archiver?
The Archiver is a browser extension that allows you to quickly save page urls, image urls, and link urls to Archive.org's Wayback Machine and Archive.is. It also lets you check if your selection has already been archived. The addon does not collect or transmit user data.
Stats
Users: 177
Version: 1.2.2 (Last updated: 2019-10-03)
Creation date: 2017-02-08
Weekly download count: 6
Firefox on Android: No
Risk impact: Very low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
Permissions:
  • contextMenus
  • storage
Size: 54.93K
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Summary

The Archiver is a browser extension that lets you save a page url, image url or link url to the top 2 most popular Archival services.

It also lets you check if the page url, image url or link url have already been archived.

Simply right click on a page, image or link and use the context menu to archive your selection or check if your selection has been previously archived.

Privacy Policy:

This addon does not collect, transmit or sell any user data to any service or body.

None of the services used in the addon are aware that archival requests are being sent from the addon. The addon simply functions as a "Send URL to Service" which is a faster and more convenient way of opening a tab to one of the services requesting them to archive a URL of your choice. For all intents and purposes the services simply see a request coming from a users browser and not the addon itself.

User reviews


Perfect add-on - minimal permissions requested to do its job!
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Safety
Risk impact

The Archiver is safe to use. It does not request any sensitive permissions.

Risk likelihood

The Archiver has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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