It still debated or doubted whether feedcat was sold to hacker and got hacked, so all the sites which using it services got this issue. Well, if you are using feedcat counter, perhaps you would like to remove it right away.
No, there is no more problem with this redirection issue. But yes, I got a notice this morning from Vishal Gupta that a page missing from my blog and causing error 404 on AskVG.com, but I never though it was because this hacked script from FeedCat. Well, better more careful next time, especially when found a redirection just like this one:
You can find about this issue on article: http://www.helloloscabos.com/news/has-feedcat-net-been-sold-to-hackers/.