This app feels spooky. It adds cookies that goes to a site that is somehow connected to the developer.
While this might not pose any risk for the end users, I think it would be appropriate if the developer added some form of explanation to this behaviour in the program description.
Seing what other types of programs have been made by this developer - key logging kexts, "mac crack" apps and somesuch - I think, in these days, with computer fraud being a trivial threat, one should be aware of anything that goes on "under the hood" of programs.
I don't mean to let this, hopefully nicely intended, and by all other means, well executed app down. And I will not rate it down either, here on MacUpdate. But you know, if one is being paranoid about computer fraud and all things related to that chapter, you probably understand the concerns that one might have, in being kept in-the-know of what's really going on with apps like this.
So my question is, it seems it only saves cookies when choosing to 'check for updates' in SafariBlock's prefs: Why does it have to save these cookies (8 in total) and what are they for?:
I hope my question is not taken as being offensive (I don't mean to). Good luck and Merry X-Mas! :)