Nuke Comments on Google+™

Nuke Comments on Google+™

Delete a comment and block the commenter in two clicks. Take control of your Google+ experience.

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What is Nuke Comments on Google+™?

Nuke Comments on Google+™ is a Chrome extension by Tzafrir Rehan. This extension has 369 weekly active users, a good user rating of 4.52, and was removed from Chrome Web Store 7 months ago. The latest version, 0.5.4, was updated 10 years ago.

This extension was removed from Chrome Web Store on 2022-09-03
Stats date:
Users: 369
Rating: 4.52 (23)
Version: 0.5.4 (Last updated: 2012-10-07)
Creation date: 2012-10-07
Manifest version: 2
  • notifications
  • unlimitedStorage
Size: 70.70K
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: High risk likelihood
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How to use: A link labeled "Nuke" will appear next to the +1 button on other people's comments on your own Google+ posts. Clicking it will prompt you to delete the comment, and once you confirm the deletion, the person will be blocked from your profile. You may also report the user as a spammer.

Option for advanced users: One Click Delete&Block. Moderate the longest threads in the minimal time.

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v0.5.0: Added support for page accounts!

v0.4.2: Fix for another UI change, made code more future proof.
v0.4.1: Cosmetic fix for new Google+ UI
v0.4.0: Technical fix for new Google+ UI

v0.3.8, v0.3.9: Improvements to connection stability (should reduce failures)
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Risk impact

Nuke Comments on Google+™ requires some risky permissions and may not be safe to use. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing.

Risk impact measures the level of extra permissions an extension has access to. A low risk impact extension cannot do much harms, whereas a high risk impact extension can do a lot of damage like stealing your password, bypass your security settings, and access your personal data. High risk impact extensions are not necessarily malicious. However, if they do turn malicious, they can be very harmful.

Risk likelihood

Nuke Comments on Google+™ may not be trust-worthy. Avoid installing if possible unless you really trust this publisher.

Risk likelihood measures the probability that a Chrome extension may turn malicious. This is determined by the publisher and the Chrome extension reputation on Chrome Web Store, the amount of time the Chrome extension has been around, and other signals about the Chrome extension. Our algorithms are not perfect, and are subject to change as we discover new ways to detect malicious extensions. We recommend that you always exercise caution when installing a Chrome extension, especially ones with higher risk impact and/or higher risk likelihood.

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User reviews
It was perfect but where did it go?
by Rabab Khan Rabab Khan, 2013-11-23

I Loved the Nuke Button but suddenly it has disappeared & with the merger of youtube & G+ comments it looks like I'll be needing to use it much more often - PLEASE FIX This
by Te TTillett Te TTillett, 2013-11-08

Almost perfect, except that it doesn't work in my page sometimes.
by Zoraya Tonel Zoraya Tonel, 2013-10-12
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