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    Is there an good alternative to switch to?

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      In the thread you can read solutions

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        I’ll write one if my kickstarter gets funded.

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        there is no malware in the extension

        people should probably not start a habit of putting MALWARE in bug tracker titles just to get attention?

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          It fetches + executes arbitrary js from a server that mimics an analytics tool. I haven’t seen yet that someone’s identified malware coming back, but there’s no legit explanation for the situtation and it’s happened before that popular extensions have been sold to people who end up using them as malware vectors.

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            I’ll go ahead and say being able to fetch arbitrary js without a very good reason is itself malware.

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              I’ll go ahead and say being able to fetch arbitrary js without a very good reason is itself malware.

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                I’ll go ahead and say being able to fetch arbitrary js without a very good reason is itself malware.