Generally it should be considered "not great" to have excessive explicit blacklists, if the default behaviour is also "allow nothing". It's at the core basically redundant (unless you also want to click the "temp allow all" button constantly).nz51t wrote: On my system the screen shows your showing is for all sites I've ever setup a rule, not just the sites at a specific url. It's a very long list.
Extensive blacklists are for people who per default trust things, and then explicitly ban the rest.
Vice versa if you default distrust things, whitelists are what you configure.
You basically ask either "i automatically trust nothing, what things I DO trust do I need to keep track of" or "I generally trust things, which things I DON'T trust do I need to keep track of". Keeping track of both regardless of the default just means the system has to go through all of them to check. (or overload the interface of the current version, which shouldn't happen, but here we are...)