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grundle

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  1. That sounds like a good idea, as many users may fall for such a thing, it is quite easy to do unless you check out the author etc. Having worked in a computer security research centre (although not directly in the field) I am more sensitive to such things but I really wish Google would be more proactive in stopping this stuff in the first place as I am sure many people may have installed the rogue extension.
  2. Thanks David and Rakka, the main thing is that it gets removed from the store. The real one is actually good so it would be a shame to get a bad reputation for something which is not the fault of Malwarebytes.
  3. Hello Malwarebytes, I was installing the extension on another Chrome installation today, when I was doing so I noticed there are two extensions available on the store. Including the one below: The app is offered by: TuliDescargar.com https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/malwarebytes/nnegppnckphibjejnddpkhgohipeojnc Please can you look into this? Kind regards, rod
  4. I have to say that in general the Chrome extension has worked pretty well so far. However, I had a false positive today with the Microsoft Onedrive website being the issue. When clicking on a link which is https://1drv.ms (followed by the file URL) this was blocked. I can of course bypass it by continuing but it is a little annoying .
  5. I just checked the Playstore it seems to be available.
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