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  1. Hi Dave, Good question! Cheers, Dave
  2. That could mean anything (like what websites we visit)... but anyway after entering a fake email address the extension works fine. No problem here so far on any of my machines. I found it interesting that MB Browser Guard for Firefox blocked the Windows Defender Network Protection test site found here: https://demo.wd.microsoft.com/
  3. That's odd because on three machines, the only time I was prompted (in Firefox) was on a machine that had a previous beta installed and removed. Yes, they have my email address but it isn't linked to every single website I visit.
  4. Why does it want my email address??? Get enough emails, thanks.
  5. @RubbeR DuckY, what are you thinking??
  6. Thanks @Gt-truth, but no this does not help at all. The new GUI aside from the robot is fine, but including the robot makes the whole program look like a kids toy and not a serious anti-malware removal tool. If MalwareBytes want to be taken seriously by adults then the robot should go.
  7. Guys, since I posted elsewhere I thought it only fair I post here too. What's up with the cartoon robot? This isn't something I would expect from a serious security program. Who are you targeting? Teenagers? It certainly doesn't instil any sense of comfort in me (or others). Thanks for considering.
  8. Thanks guys. I have received the update and am not seeing anymore blocks. It looks like this FP is resolved. Edit: Yay! My 100th post too. 😁
  9. Same here. https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/250055-mb-website-block-overzealous/
  10. Hi Guys, MB has just started blocking both Norton and Microsoft domains as per the logs. I suspect these are false positives. Thanks, Krusty MB Block.txt MB Second Block.txt
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    Thank you very much, Ron. Greatly appreciate the trust, and the new membership title. All the very best. Cheers, Dave
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    I mean, nearly 16,000 posts @ the Norton Community forums and over 6,000 posts @ wilderssecurity.com. Anyway...
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    Hi Dave (aka ProTruckDriver), I'm still around but thankfully haven't had any issues with MB for a while so haven't popped in lately, although I do regularly check these forums most days for potential issues, which brings me to... Yeah, I'm aware of the reasons for this decision, thanks @alvarnell. Just checking if I had the option to edit or not. Clearly not. But seriously guys, like @lmacri suggested, if a member has been here you quite a while (over 4 years) and has posted, in my case, nearly 100 posts, surely I'm not about to start spamming now. Thanks for considering. - Dave Krusty
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    So, no edit option for me. Test complete.
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    Just testing... Sorry if this is the wrong place. Thanks.
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