Announcing Filter

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by MyWOT-Team » Thu Feb 25, 2016 4:27 pm

<quote user="apollo702">
I truly hope that the team doesn't go the way of [/green]Mozilla and slowly wreck what one was the best thing out there.
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That is our hope as well.
For this we are listening to all of your feedback, discussing it internally and prioritizing. We will try to be better about responding to bugs and requests directed at us.

That being said, the community has done a wonderful thing in developing a culture of helping each other out with bugs and workarounds when we were not able to properly monitor these forums. While we are here to help and assist when needed, we want the culture of helping one another to continue to flourish.

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by Site-rater » Thu Feb 25, 2016 6:35 pm

Hi. Did you even notice my comments about site filter.mywot.com lacking https?

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by MyWOT-Team » Mon Feb 29, 2016 1:34 pm

<quote user="bfeely">
Hi. Did you even notice my comments about site filter.mywot.com lacking https?
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Hi BFeely

It is being updated to https.

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by Site-rater » Mon Feb 29, 2016 2:02 pm

<quote user="mywot team">
Hi BFeely

It is being updated to https.
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So throw it on CloudFlare and call it good?

Here are the domains that node is sharing certificates with:

beautifulfigure.com beautifulself.com bladesoflegends.com book-onlinenow.net doctorptak.com foodmap.nyc gabbayplasticsurgery.com getoma.com glassatwork.biz glassatwork.co.uk houstonliposuction.com illuminati.am illuminatiofficial.org innersofa.com mywot.com mywot.net notsofreakyuniversity.com paradedesign.com rotembergmd.com stylowi.pl tempusgroup.com tolookgood.com

I'm sure Filter users will want to block one or more; hope Filter doesn't block by IP address.

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by MyWOT-Team » Mon Feb 29, 2016 3:07 pm

Now that many of you have had a chance to explore Filter, we’d love to hear your feedback and suggestions by filling out this short survey. Thanks in advance :)
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/13PP7SVzVt68AfxLqsZyusMumh1AQOXjJDEXuqX-xrEY/viewform

If you haven’t had a chance to use Filter yet, please download it tell us your thoughts in the survey!
http://filter.mywot.com/

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by Lazes » Mon Feb 29, 2016 7:56 pm

Great Tool , But We Need This For Opera Browser Too. :))

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by Site-rater » Mon Feb 29, 2016 8:18 pm

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Great Tool , But We Need This For Opera Browser Too. :))
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Because the current versions of Opera are based on Chromium to the best of my knowledge might the current version of Filter already be compatible?

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by Cheater87 » Fri Mar 18, 2016 3:50 pm

Why can the Chrome filter block web sites but NOT the Chrome WOT addon?

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by Site-rater » Fri Mar 18, 2016 7:38 pm

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Why can the Chrome filter block web sites but NOT the Chrome WOT addon?
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I think the IE addon can, but it is based on WOT v2 instead of WOT "3.0". I think WOT "3.0" can block if you set it to Parental Control mode.
The WOT "3.0" addon doesn't have as fine grained control as the WOT 2.0 addon for Internet Explorer. While the WOT ratings addon is open source one would have to write a new settings UI and possibly locally-stored settings as the WOT addon's settings UI is hosted on the mywot.com website.

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RE: Announcing Filter

Post by Cheater87 » Fri Mar 18, 2016 11:14 pm

<quote user="site-rater">
I think the IE addon can, but it is based on WOT v2 instead of WOT "3.0". I think WOT "3.0" can block if you set it to Parental Control mode.
The WOT "3.0" addon doesn't have as fine grained control as the WOT 2.0 addon for Internet Explorer. While the WOT ratings addon is open source one would have to write a new settings UI and possibly locally-stored settings as the WOT addon's settings UI is hosted on the mywot.com website.
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Yeah IE and Firefox's WOT addons can, but NOT the Chrome one.

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