The new Indigo Kodi add-on from TVADDONs replaces some of the other add-ons released from that group including their wizard, maintenance tool, log uploader, notifications tool. However, it appears that the new Indigo add-on goes a step further than just replace those add-ons.
Users have noticed that Indigo deletes add-on and automatically installs itself if you have any of the individual add-ons that make up Indigo. If you previously had any of the following add-ons installed, you will notice they’ve been deleted and replaced with Indigo.
- Addon Installer
- Hub Wizard
- XBMC Notifications
- Fresh Start
- XBMC Hub Maintenance
- Hub Maintenance (Disabled only – Installed in the XunityTalk repo)
Most concerning might be that the add-on deletes add-ons from a “blocked” list which includes Hub Maintenance from XunityTalk, a fork add-on of a similar one by TVA.
The timing of this is peculiar after lambda recently retired after putting code into Exodus that used users to attack another Kodi repo and add-on without their permission.
Always consider the option of using a good VPN service to access all content even if they are geo-blocked and browse safely. With IPVanish you have the advantage of no speed slowdown, log-free and the ability to be configured right at your router.