I check my WPMS sites several times each day to address spam signups. I hit the homepage, then click a link in my toolbar to "/wp-admin/network/users.php?sortby=registered&order=desc&apage=1&orderby=id" - which works VERY well to see the most recent signups. This process has worked perfectly since the WP 3.x release.
But now it doesn't.
Today I went thru the same process I've been doing for several years on two sites and the requests on BOTH were hijacked by the WPMU DEV Dashboard plugin and redirected to "/wp-admin/network/admin.php?page=wpmudev" The data was "null" again, too (exactly as it was the last couple days before changing the http/https thing).
Yesterday when it was first hijacked I thought it might be a fluke - maybe I clicked something and didn't realize it. Nope.
This needs to be fixed. While I could (I assume) minimize access to the dashboard to prevent the account I use all the time from being hijacked like this, wouldn't it just be better to not hijack my requests when I'm in the middle of something else?