Recent developments in Google Translate has made one of its core functions unusable on a MBAM protected system. Currently, automated website translations are processed by GT using translate.goog domain. To verify, please enter any URL into Google Translate (https://translate.google.com) and click the resulting URL in order to read website translation. Alternatively, try to open the language links for instance here: https://www.kingston.gov.uk/translate. Since results (translations) are now served from random subdomains, it is not possible to use the MBAM Whitelist function. Thanks.
Nope. Imagine, for instance, a vast network of computers used by state embassies for messaging between each others across the world. The computers and the entire are never connected to the Internet. However, all computers need protection in case someone distributed a malicious file via messaging. It makes little sense to suggest disabling USBs, and so on - because it cannot be exluded that a malicious actor somewhere on the network would not bypass the restrictions. Each endpoint of the network must have independent, real-time protection. Now, can MBAM do that? k