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  1. … I imagined that dangers to health or risk of death (through misinformation) might have fallen under an umbrella of something like 'suspicious content' but on closer inspection, I guess not. Sorry.
  2. Two more points of reference (these Reuters and AAAS pages need not carry a warning): False claim: ‘Plandemic’ video on COVID-19 – Reuters https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-factcheck-plandemic-video/false-claim-plandemic-video-on-covid-19-idUSKBN22R2ZC Fact - checking Judy Mikovits, the controversial virologist attacking Anthony Fauci in a viral conspiracy video | Science | AAAS https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/05/fact-checking-judy-mikovits-controversial-virologist-attacking-anthony-fauci-viral … and so on. Many other points of reference exist, some of which may be contentious but essentially: I do feel that a suitable warning should appear wherever there's an increased risk of harm to health, or death, if content is believed. (Some people appear to have an unswerving belief in everything that is claimed by Mikovits.) Thank you
  3. Please: should Malwarebytes present a warning for pages/sites that host the original, full version of 'Part 1' of the so-called 'Plandemic' video? Facebook, YouTube remove 'Plandemic' video with 'unsubstantiated' coronavirus claims - Reuters https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-tech-video-idUSKBN22K077 – highlights: https://diigo.com/0hrq54 (At least one version of Part 1 does remain on YouTube but at a glance, this version lacks more than ten minutes of the original version; probably excluding the most troublesome parts of the video.) There's also content in a more recent video and podcast in which Mikovits makes a false claim (disproven by scientific evidence) about zero risk of death from COVID-19. Plus content elsewhere in which Mikovits approves drinking of bleach that is dangerous to health … and so on.
  4. Thanks, I should have been clearer: – does appear when I do allow. Is the treatment of jobs.lever.co as an ad/tracker correct?
  5. At this Lever page, I allow ads/trackers: https://jobs.lever.co/system1 Then at the System1 page below, the framed content (from the domain above) will not appear, under Open Positions, unless I allow ads/trackers for System1: https://system1.com/careers/ Please: is support for framed content on the roadmap? ---- Side note: around two months, ago there was a relatively exotic topic involving iframes – https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/255369-ux-where-only-part-of-a-page-is-visibly-blocked/. The use case above may be easier to grasp.
  6. https://forums.malwarebytes.com/search/?&q=xyz AND TLD&search_and_or=or&sortby=relevancy The most relevant result is a topic that does not include the primary search term xyz
  7. Sorry, no log AFAICT. I have Malwarebytes Browser Guard alone, with Firefox on (non-supported) FreeBSD-CURRENT.
  8. Whilst using CryptPad – https://cryptpad.fr/ – to edit (for example) code in Markdown format, the help menu (question mark) refers to a blocked website: sandbox.cryptpad.info Overriding the bock in this case: https://sandbox.cryptpad.info/bounce/#http%3A%2F%2Fwww.markdowntutorial.com%2F – redirects to https://www.markdowntutorial.com/ Please, is it possible/appropriate to ease the block for the site? If not for the site, then might I open an issue e.g. https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/issues for the developers to be aware of the block? TIA
  9. https://techlore.tech/ If there's no such activity, consider the possibility that someone from a 'privacy community' made a false report. https://youtu.be/h-3fW0w2ayg?t=1044 hints at the occasional nastiness in such communities. Thanks
  10. Whitelisting confirmed. Thanks folks
  11. Spun off from https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/255277-mbg-v-217-get-full-protection-button-back-again/?do=findComment&comment=1362755 When the block page appears: if the user begins aiming for either (a) the option to continue or (b) the option to not block again, the animated drop-down of the advertisement for Malware Premium causes the targets to move whilst the user is taking aim. Not good UX.
  12. Maybe URLs such as the one for ICQSetup.exe can be whitelisted; there are no detections at https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/f614127a923c3a62a8609be8633aceaffbddb5c83327a549d45c62ed9dc96085/details
  13. Thanks. A related URL is similarly blocked by the Emsisoft Browser Security extension. Other detections: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/8b5c2d2ca86a4f85c7f156eddbc584b92baa2dc0665faba34967ee7fe7bcc90f/detection FYI https://forums.malwarebytes.com/forum/122-false-positives/
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