When you use the Rocketrip Extension for Chrome, you may see a prompt that the extension is requesting permissions to "Read and change all your data on the websites you visit." Rocketrip requests these permissions so you do not have to re-enable the extension as additional booking sites are supported.
This sounds like broad access, but we are committed to protecting your privacy and only interact with an exclusive list of sites. You can find this list by viewing the extension's manifest file.
What is a manifest file?
Every Chrome extension that you install contains a manifest file that details what access the extension has in your browser. One of the sections of the manifest file is the permissions section, which is what is shown to you when the extension is installed or updated. If the site is not listed in the manifest file, Chrome prevents Rocketrip from interacting with the website.
You can find these details in the manifest file by following the steps below. Note: You will need the version of the Chrome extension that you have installed. You can find that out by right-clicking the orange Rocket icon in your Chrome browser bar.
Finding the manifest file in Windows
First, make sure you know the name of your Windows user on your computer.
Then, go to Windows File Explorer:
Click on the large browse bar. Paste the following in the field, replacing [YOUR USER NAME] with the name of your Windows user on your computer, and hit Enter:
C:\Users\[YOUR USER NAME]\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\jonlhhmennanlmjjamfllhlcklggpjkj\[VERSION OF THE EXTENSION]\manifest.json
Open the file to view the list of sites.
Finding the manifest file in macOS
First, make sure you know the name of your macOS user on your computer.
Then, go to Finder:
From the menu bar, click on Go > Go to Folder. A prompt will pop up:
Paste the following in the field, replacing [YOUR USER NAME] with the name of your Mac user on your computer and click Go:
/Users/[YOUR USER NAME]/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Extensions/jonlhhmennanlmjjamfllhlcklggpjkj
Go to the folder of the latest version of the extension and find the file manifest.json. Right click and open the file with TextEdit to view the list of sites.