Rascals are always sociable, and the chief sign that a man has any nobility in his character is the little pleasure he takes in others company. Arthur Schopenhauer

Quarantined Domains in Firefox 115

It looks as if there is a new thing in Firefox 115, called Quarantined Domains.

Certain Firefox users may come across a message in the extensions panel indicating that their add-ons are not allowed on the site currently open. As of Firefox version 115, we have introduced a new back-end feature to only allow some extensions monitored by Mozilla to run on specific websites for various reasons, including security concerns. source

It can be disabled by creating a extensions.quarantinedDomains.enabled preference in about:config and setting its value to false. The setting is covered by Firefox Telemetry so Mozilla will know how many people turn it off and on.

I wonder what will go into the extensions.quarantinedDomains.list preference, good thing I’m not using Firefox.