Yes, however, there is registration and communication involved with their server. While they claim not to store any user data on their end, I would prefer a solution that exists totally on the user’s machine. That’s what prompted me thinking about building a second, different plug-in that would do the same thing in the first place. Sure, the native code hooks will be more difficult, but it would be less likely to raise eyebrows than Freenigma’s requirements do now.