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5 stars for fighting against Internet censorship and for Mozilla keeps standing strong against the DHS. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I analyzed the source code of this add-on and indeed it still redirects to http://www.mafiaafire.com/help_us.php? every 15 redirects,
BUT this page now is empty and immediately re-redirects to the original target, thus you no longer see any help request.
the relevant add-on code:
if(qucikFilterRedirectCount % 15 == 0)
window.content.location.href = quickFilter_100_count_redirect_url+"?d="+mafiaafireFilterUrl;
window.content.location.href = mafiaafireFilterUrl;
At least the bad rating from written by TK below is obviously done by DHS or CIA. Users info refers to a page which obviously is one of the faked blogs set up by the CIA or similar instution - accordingly to newspapers the CIA is known to use fake blogs, fake twitter accounts etc. as propaganda tools to distribute spin.
Thanks for taking the time to review our add on and also have a look at the code!
> BUT this page now is empty and immediately re-redirects to the original target, thus you no longer see any help request.
There never was a "help request", the page is exactly the same as it was from the beginning. As you hit that page we just collect some stats like how many people hit that page in an hour. Nothing nefarious - we just wanted to gauge how popular our plugin is and when the browser hits the page thats how you "help us".
The FUD spreaders would like you to believe otherwise of course... but all our code is open source so see for yourself rather than believe FUD.