f you check the extension page that's what the extension maker says. He never said anything otherwise. It's quite plain and simple. Now if anyone who thinks it's a complete replacement of some CDNs then that's awfully foolish
Thanks for confirming and for posting the info from the developers website. I was triggered by the reactions of members promoting this extensions. I have to defend those members looking at he benefits promise without going into to the technical details: the core functionality this extension actually delivers is ridiculously disproportionate to the benefits it promises, so I would rather say these members are fooled (in stead of calling them fools).
I use Privacy Badger, Google Translator, Cookie Auto Delete, and a VPN to obfuscate my IP address, regarding last I always check IP address like suggested here and then double check once connected to the server.
Based on advice here, I replaced Tampermonkey with Violentmonkey on Firefox and have been happy with it. I replaced Adguard with Nano Blocker on legacy Edge because I found Adguard difficult to troubleshoot. That said, I liked some of its privacy features and may try it again when I get Edge Chromium.