Rated 5 out of 5 stars

As a security conscious hobbyist, I researched how to make FireFox secure. The consensus was: use "RequestPolicyContinued" along with "Noscript." This was repeated everywhere I looked, but my first source was Ghacks.net.

I tried it for a few hours and failed to get it working. Couldn't get my search engine website to open websites without clicking "Allow" for each search result. I followed the developer's instructions for asking questions (create GitHub account, use the "Discussion" page to post questions.)

The developer responded in less than 24 hours with a solution to the problem.

Here was my question and his response. Hopefully that saves someone else some time in the future:

I created the following rule:
Policy -- Origin----------------------- Destination-- Rule Set
Allow -- https://duckduckgo.com/://: ://:* -- User

I guess you put https://duckduckgo.com/ in the origin "scheme" field and :// in the destination "scheme" field. Instead, fill in as follows:

origin scheme: https
origin host: duckduckgo.com
destination host: *

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.beta13.0).