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  1. That's right, it causes serious issues especially on Windows 10 Yeah, you can do it on Windows 10, too, but there will be a lot of problems after editing it. However, if you don't want to pay for AdGuard, some months ago the AdGuard team has created a new open-source project called AdGuard Home. It is a server-based version of the classic AdGuard, using DNS to filter ads, through your modem-router and/or your devices. For the moment, it is not possible to block social media buttons but, in the future releases, they'll implement a proxy service to enable that functionality
  2. Editing HOSTS file is not recommended, since it could mess up all your system. In that case, I'd rather suggest a software which actually covers all the Windows environment, including Modern Apps, such as AdGuard
  3. Yes, indeed it's better to offer it as an optional feature, so I'm eager to give it a try, when you'll release it. Thanks 👍😄
  4. Of course, it can be adeed as a third option under the Malware /Scams and Ads / Clickbait toggles 😊
  5. Hi everyone 😊 I was wondering: would it be possible to implement a sort of social media buttons block filter in the Malwarebytes extensions for Chrome and Firefox? It would be awesome, since those buttons are privacy killers. Thank you very much in advance 😉
  6. No Vabadus, I'm just one of your loyal customers and, as I've already said, thank you very, very, very much for your efforts and hard work! You're all great! 😄😄😄
  7. Hi everyone 😊 As the title says, I've noticed that, often, when I open the app, protection updates do not start automatically, both on 3G/4G and WiFi connection, and I always have to update them manually. Is this a bug? 🤔 Because, if it's not, I would suggest you to add the possibility to choose how to update them: automatically or manually, only on WiFi or even on 3G/4G. Thank you very much in advance 😊
  8. Perfect, thank you very much for your explanation, you've been very clear! 😁 And, of course, thank you very much for your hard work and your daily efforts in offering us such incredible products! 😉
  9. Thank you very much for your interest in this question, Nathan 👍😉 But yes: unfortunately, starting from 2016 or 2017, Google banned all adblocking apps on the Play Store, such as AdGuard, because the new policies were in favour of advertising, since Big G itself has developed the Google Ads program 😓 However, I hope that a workaround can be found to implement this important feature in Malwarebytes for Android/Chromebook, because this is a very dangerous period for all Android and Windows users, due to the countless adwares or, worse, spywares and ransomwares which can attack our devices through ads
  10. P.S. Sorry, I mean an "anti-antiadblocker" detector in in the advertising/tracker protection of the two Malwarebytes extensions for Chrome and Firefox 😁
  11. Hi everyone 😊 As the title of this discussion says and as you can see from my screenshots, when I surf some websites, both on Chrome and Firefox with Malwarebytes extensions enabled, the antiadblocker detector included in these websites tries blocking the extension and, sometimes, prevents the usage of the websites in question (indeed, I can surf the Italian technology blog HDBlog, used as example, just because of AdGuard for Windows, which includes the Adblock Warning Removal List in its filters; indeed, if I disable Malwarebytes extension and leave only AdGuard for Windows enabled, I can not only use HDBlog, but I can also avoid completely the launch of the antiadblocker detector (columns become red, in order to disturb your eyesight), as you can see in the third screenshot). So, my question is: would it be possible to include an antiadblocker detector in the advertising/tracker protection of the two Malwarebytes extensions for Chrome and Firefox? Thank you very much in advance and have a nice day 😉
  12. Yeah, exactly, "kind of already do", since Malwarebytes doesn't block all ads, indeed I have to use DNS66 and its VPN to filter them. But, as I've already said, I understand if you can't go beyond the URL scanning, because of Google Play Store policies 👍
  13. Hi everyone 😊 Two days ago my mom and my sister have become beta-testers of Malwarebytes for iOS and I've noticed that, even if iOS is a very restrictive OS, you've been able to introduce an adblocking feature (only in Safari for the App Store version and global for the TestFlight version). So, my question is: why don't you implement the adblocking feature even on the Android/Chromebook version of this incredible software, since Android and Chrome OS are more open and it's very easy to use an adblocker, even without rooting your device (through a VPN or something similar)? It would be amazing! 😁 But, maybe, then, you would have problems with Google policies about adblockers on the Google Play Store, wouldn't you? 😕 Thank you very much in advance and have a nice day 😉
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