uBlacklist

uBlacklist

Blocks sites you specify from appearing in Google search results

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What is uBlacklist?
uBlacklist is a comprehensive Firefox extension dedicated to blocking specific sites from appearing in Google search results. Users can set detailed rules, use match patterns or regular expressions to filter sites. The tool also allows users to sync rules across different devices using cloud storage platforms like Google Drive or Dropbox. Moreover, uBlacklist supports subscribing to public rulesets. The add-on works with multiple search engines and offers a detailed usage guide along with a frequently updated changelog.
Merlin
Stats
By: iorate
Rating: 4.61 (207)
Version: 8.7.0 (Last updated: 2024-05-30)
Creation date: 2019-03-19
Weekly download count: 404
Firefox on Android: Yes
Risk impact: Very high risk impact
Risk likelihood: Moderate risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
Permissions:
  • activeTab
  • alarms
  • identity
  • storage
  • unlimitedStorage
Size: 655.01K
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uBlacklist (v8.7.0)
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Summary

This extension prevents the sites you specify from appearing in Google search results.

You can add rules on search result pages, or on sites to be blocked by clicking the toolbar icon. Rules can be specified either by match patterns (e.g. ://.example.com/*) or by regular expressions (e.g. /example.(net|org)/).

You can use this extension in several search engines other than Google. The list of supported search engines is available at: https://github.com/iorate/ublacklist#supported-search-engines

You can synchronize rulesets across devices via cloud storage. At the moment, Google Drive and Dropbox are supported.

You can also subscribe to public rulesets. Some subscriptions are listed on the website: https://iorate.github.io/ublacklist/subscriptions

Usage: https://iorate.github.io/ublacklist/docs/getting-started

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User reviews
User reviews summary
These summaries are automatically generated weekly using AI based on recent user reviews. Firefox Browser Add-ons does not verify user reviews, so some user reviews may be inaccurate, spammy, or outdated.
Pros
  • Customize Google search results
  • Blocks unwanted websites
  • Useful for blocking clickbait and spam websites
Cons
  • Does not work on certain search engines like StartPage
  • Issues with applying rules to specific languages or domains
  • Some users experienced difficulty in excluding certain types of websites
Most mentioned
  • Customization of search results
  • Block unwanted websites
  • Useful for blocking clickbait
  • Issues with specific search engines
  • Difficulty in excluding certain types of websites
Recent reviews
This is marvelous ! So many paywall i never encounter anymore, no more quora, wikipedia no more twitter results, this extension let you customize your Google search results with precision by removing site or domain you just don't want to see in your search.
by gary, 2024-05-18

You'll get good search results without AI assistance and only good results with uBlacklist. The way to go IMHO to search and find on the Web. Moreover uBlacklist handles several search engines. A must have.
by aquarius, 2024-05-13

You'll get good search results without IA assistance and only good results with uBlacklist. The way to go IMHO to search and find on the Web. Moreover uBlacklist handles several search engines. A must have.
by aquarius, 2024-05-13
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Safety
Risk impact

uBlacklist is very risky to use and it requires a lot of sensitive permissions. Avoid installing this add-on unless you absolutely trust this publisher.

Risk likelihood

uBlacklist is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this add-on.

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