Who stole my pictures?

Who stole my pictures?

Search for copies of the images using Yandex.ru, Tineye.com, Google.com, Bing.com and VK.com via right click menu

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What is Who stole my pictures??
"Who stole my pictures?" is a browser extension for Firefox that gives the ability to search for copies of your images potentially used without your consent on the internet. It can also find higher quality versions of images or images without watermarks. This tool provides easy access through the right-click menu on any image to search on platforms like Yandex.ru, Tineye.com, Google.com, Bing.com, VK.com, Mail.ru, and Duckduckgo. Also, it offers the feature to search images by selecting any text on web pages. The add-on is user-friendly, free-of-charge, and ad-free.
Merlin
Stats
By: Wink
Users: 4,316 ▲ 50
Rating: 4.66 (61)
Version: 0.70 (Last updated: 2021-11-20)
Creation date: 2010-12-20
Weekly download count: 33
Firefox on Android: No
Risk impact: High risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
Permissions:
  • contextMenus
  • storage
  • tabs
  • activeTab
  • notifications
  • <all_urls>
Size: 188.36K
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Merlin
Summary

You can use this extension for searching of your own photos used without your permission, or for searching copies of the images in the best quality or without watermarks.

Just click the right mouse button on any picture and choose "Search Image on..."

Bonus: you can also search images by selecting any text on web pages using Yandex, Bing, Google, Qwant, Mail.ru and Duckduckgo.

Free and fun. No advert, spam links and hidden bitcoin miners inside.

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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
  • Works well in Mozilla Firefox
  • Convenient and easy to use
  • Supported by older versions of Firefox
  • Useful for reverse image search on multiple search engines
Cons
  • Google's image search stopped working
  • Does not support .webp image formats
  • Issues with Yandex website not working
Most mentioned
  • Google's image search
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Convenient
  • Yandex website
  • Not supporting .webp formats
Recent reviews
Отличное приложение, но с недавних пор перестал работать поиск по картинкам Гугла.
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Safety
Risk impact

Who stole my pictures? is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install Who stole my pictures? if you trust the publisher.

Risk likelihood

Who stole my pictures? has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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