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rbtharris

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  1. Thank you Very much. I understand that downloading stuff from an untrusted source leads to bad results. In this case, I know the owner/software developer really well. This is software he develops for use in tournament water skiing. He's a competitor and does the software mostly as a volunteer for the sport, and is a very talented individual. I have no problem with Malwarebytes/Browser Guard black flagging something that's actually ok. It cost me much less time to deal with it (with your help) than if something that was really bad slipped though. I've been through that before, but not since I started using Malwarebytes. Thanks again!! I really appreciate it.
  2. Here's the actual link, Gonzo. It's an update to a piece of software I've already purchased and used. www.splasheye.com/install_tricktimer Thanks for your help with this.
  3. Thanks for replying, Gonzo. As noted in my first post, I tried clicking on "i want to continue.." and the "Do not block" check box. I also went into Malwarebytes and added the website to the exclusion list. None of that worked. I noted in one of your other replies that Browser Guard has an "allow" option. Can you tell me how to get to that so I can try it? Browser Guard is new to me.
  4. I'm trying to download a file from a source I trust. Browser Guard blocks it. I tried clicking on "I want to continue to this site anyway" and clicked the box for "Do not block this site for scam again. I've gone into my account and added the site to exclusions. Nothing works and I need to complete the download. I obviously need help. Thanks, rbtharris
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