A bug report incorporates the rundown of each of the 23 add-ons by their IDs, and not by their names, in spite of this fact Bleeping Computer has successfully tracked down the names of some additional items.
Other than Web Security, other restricted add-ons incorporate Browser Security, Browser Privacy, and Browser Safety. These have been sending information to an indistinguishable server as Web Security, situated at 188.8.131.52.
As indicated by a rundown gave to Bleeping Computer by Wu, other banned add-ons include:
YouTube Download & Adblocker Smarttube
Facebook Bookmark Manager
Facebook Video Downloader
YouTube MP3 Converter & Download
Smarttube – Extreme
Popup Blocker Pro
YouTube – Ad block
Auto Destroy Cookies
Amazon Quick Search
Google No Track
More than 500,000 users had atleast one of these add-ons installed inside their Firefox browser.
In the warning message above, Mozilla diverts users to this page for clarifications,
https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/mozilla-removes-23-firefox-add-ons-that-snooped-on-users/ , where it provides the following explanation for the ban:
Sending user data to remote servers unnecessarily, and potential for remote code execution. Suspicious account activity for multiple accounts on AMO.