*For some reason I have not been getting email alerts to new comments and replies to my comments on this thread even though I have all the alert options enabled in my settings, I did not realize that there were comments and replies here until I looked manually, I just reported it to see if this is a bug or something or is this normal.*hello, I think comodo did so badly in my first test because it was the first release => it wasn't correctly functioning or there was something wrong with their cloud database so the extension could not lookup
now, they fixed it so it can work at full potential
I tried to report it to them, they said they would consider but it seems they have ignored it. I give up
I think it's very hard because the list is not maintained by the developer of ublock
the default lists he adds to ublock are the most well-known malware blocking ones but not many people have verified their effectiveness
recently, I found squidblacklist to be quite effective but in the past, no one knew about it
Hello Evjl's Rain,
That sounds like the likely scenario, if true then that is a pretty big mistake that they made there, but I am glad that it is fixed now; and I am curious to see how it performs in your future tests.
I actually saw your report to Avira, you are correct unfortunately, it is a shame that they have not fixed this yet because Avira would be my first choice at this time because it is pretty good at adblocking (thanks to Adguard, though I would prefer that they used Ublock Origin's code instead, and maybe partner with Adguard for their lists) and malicious website blocking which could allow you to have one extension instead of two; but I can not recommend using it until they fix that and maybe add an option to report issues from the extension itself.
Yeah, I know, but it would be nice if there was a way to have a report feature that would allow you to report issues directly to each list and even an option to report problems with the extension itself through the extension itself instead of having to go to Github et cetera; the developer could add Squidblacklist's (which I had never heard of until you mentioned it earlier in this thread, and so thank you) malicious website list as a default list and a few other somewhat proven lists that are missing, and remove a few lists that have somewhat proven to be less effective.
Thank you for replying,