Can someone tell me why 'Script Skipper' has been disabled by the administrator?

I'm looking for a script that disables javascript prior to load a Web page. I was told that the Script Skipper is such an addin. But this script has been disabled by the administrator. Can someone tell me why?

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This add-on? Or can you find a more recent version of this elsewhere?

https://addons.Mozilla.org/en-us/Firefox/addon/script-skipper-3x/

Version 1.0.2
Published on August 28, 2010 14.3 KB
Works with Firefox 1.5 - 4.0b4

With only 69 users without ever obtaining a comprehensive review and was never updated to the version of Firefox 4 + -, I would classify it abandoned further.

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