I have a website that is being hosted by GoDaddy. When I check at the browser's console for issues, I saw an error:

DevTools failed to load SourceMap: Could not load content for https://img1.wsimg.com/tcc/tcc_l.combined.1.0.6.min.js.map: HTTP error: status code 404, net::ERR_HTTP_RESPONSE_CODE_FAILURE

I don't remember any script or CDN resource from wsimg.com. So I check the page source of my website and I saw an injected script below before the html closing tag, which contains this script:

    'undefined'=== typeof _trfq || (window._trfq = []);'undefined'=== typeof _trfd &&


    // Monitoring performance to make your website faster. If you want to opt-out, please contact web hosting support.

So I thought of removing it by myself, but when I check my code, it wasn't there. So I took the advice of the comment from the injected script, to contact my web hosting provider, which is GoDaddy. Unfortunately, they still haven't responded.

So I took matters into my own hand, and saw other people from the internet having the same issue and they found a solution, also here:

  • Login to your GoDaddy account
  • Go to My Products
  • Click Manage All under Web Hosting
  • Right beside cPanel Admin button is Three Dots
  • Click the Three Dots and choose Help Us
  • Choose Opt Out

This is the case for the old UI of GoDaddy, but now in 2020, I cannot locate this configuration. I hope to find an answer for this same issue using the new UI of GoDaddy.

  • 1
    My solution: don't use godaddy :P
    – Steve
    Nov 5, 2020 at 21:26

1 Answer 1


2020 Solution:

How to opt-out of this GoDaddy's program and remove the inserted script:

  • Login to your GoDaddy account
  • Go to your My Products
  • Under Web Hosting, click Manage on the right-most of the desired domain/website
  • Select the GoDaddy Analytics tab

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  • Scroll down and select No, I don't want to participate in the program. then click the Confirm button

Remember that you can only change again this setting after 24 hours.

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