NanoDefender browser addon has been sold and now collects personal data

More info here:

Uninstall as soon as possible. It’s already been removed from the Chrome Web Store.


The creator of uBlock Origin (gorhill) said it on the same issue page, I will paste it here:

Additionally, why refer to the acquirer as “Turkish developers” instead of just naming the entity? The nationality of developers is irrelevant, but the entity and its track record is. I find it odd that you feel like mentioning their nationality which is irrelevant while leaving out the more important information about which entity is involved so that people can research it.


Then it seems that uBlock already does what you need without dubious business practices.