[German]Dead ones live longer. The Stylish addon, with which you can give websites their own style, is back for Firefox. Great development, here's some background information you need to know.
I just blogged yesterday about a recommendation of the Mozilla developers for the addon Web Security, that grabs personal data from a surfing Firefox user (see Firefox addon Web Security transfers private data). And now comes already the next Scrappy around the corner. Vess (@VessOnSecurity) metntions it briefly on Twitter.
Remember the Firefox extension Stylish that was found to snarf browser history? That was removed from the store, then added again, then again removed? Well, it's back:https://t.co/VIwZdW9ivw
This is getting ridiculous, folks.
— Vess (@VessOnSecurity) 16. August 2018
The addon Stylish has been back in the Mozilla's addon repository. What you should know: This extension was noticed some time ago as a user data collector and has been banned a year ago from Mozilla's addon repository. I had covers this within my blog post Browser Add-On Stylish for Chrome/Firefox banned. And now the Goodie for Firefox is back – isn't it ridiculous?
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