Not what to say. This has always seemed to work but lately everytime I start Firefox, Eset Antivirus flags teesoft.info as: Time;Scanner;Object type;Object;Threat;Action;User;Information;Hash;First seen here 11/14/2017 7:00:48 AM;HTTP filter;file;http://ww1.teesoft.info/?sub1=b6bd0990-c93a-11e7-82c2-05af9a003611;JS/Redirector.NDR trojan;connection terminated;CoolerMaster\Kent;Threat was detected upon access to web by the application: C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe (92E905657C0B6ED442000D6A79D74367CF807296).;7ECDF2ADEF1F5A1F1FBFBF9A8450FAB0DBE4013C; Is this extension safe or not? Why is Eset flagging it? Is it safe to tell Eset to ignore this teesoft threat or has teesoft a front for hackers? Help!
This addon is pretty much perfect and timeless, but needs someone to carry the torch and keep it hosted and available for people. After all it works on the fundamentals of standard internet browsing (likeusing the mouse to select a component of the DOM), which have been the same for 15 years. And they'll be basically the same in another 15 years, or at least compatible anyway. The addon is 100% complete. It's done. The author pretty much never needed to update it again and is gone, and the author's website domain name even expired now. This addon just needs some cool person to host the basic stuff like the extension itself and a repository of user-uploaded autopaging scripts.
EDIT: A review below me says: