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Is "Collusion" add-on for FireFox not available?

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Several sites (ex: http://www.toolness.com/wp/2011/07/collusion/) talk about Collusion add-on for Firefox. But I can't find it in the Search window on FFox addons page. Help!

feltra@gmail.com

Several sites (ex: http://www.toolness.com/wp/2011/07/collusion/) talk about Collusion add-on for Firefox. But I can't find it in the Search window on FFox addons page. Help! feltra@gmail.com

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The Collusion add-on has not been published at the Firefox add-ons site. Instead, you can install it directly from the developer's web site. Go to this page and click on "install add-on":

https://secure.toolness.com/xpi/collusion.html

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Matt Brubeck 145 solutions 1390 answers

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The Collusion add-on has not been published at the Firefox add-ons site. Instead, you can install it directly from the developer's web site. Go to this page and click on "install add-on":

https://secure.toolness.com/xpi/collusion.html

The Collusion add-on has not been published at the Firefox add-ons site. Instead, you can install it directly from the developer's web site. Go to this page and click on "install add-on": https://secure.toolness.com/xpi/collusion.html

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Hi mbrubeck,

Yes, I found that out yesterday night itself... Sorry I forgot to post the solution. However, firefox is stopping the install and asking for manual intervention of the addon - at which point I stopped.

I realised that what I am interested in really is blocking the trackers, and hence went ahead installing the addon 'TrackerBlocker' (which is a regular ffox addon - also reco'd in several Collections).

I will later tryout the collusion addon - probably on a Sandboxed FFox....

Thanks for the prompt help, -feltra

Hi mbrubeck, Yes, I found that out yesterday night itself... Sorry I forgot to post the solution. However, firefox is stopping the install and asking for manual intervention of the addon - at which point I stopped. I realised that what I am interested in really is blocking the trackers, and hence went ahead installing the addon 'TrackerBlocker' (which is a regular ffox addon - also reco'd in several Collections). I will later tryout the collusion addon - probably on a Sandboxed FFox.... Thanks for the prompt help, -feltra