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When I try to use HubSpot Sales for Gmail, Browser Guard is blocking functionality. Specifically, when I try to use a HubSpot email template I get an error saying "Requests to the server have been blocked by an extension." - see attached image. I have already added "Hubspot.com" to the allowed list - see attached image. I'd like to have Browser Guard protection AND be able to use HubSpot. Any ideas?
I'm disappointed with the version 4 GUI. Why is it so difficult to add exclusions. Why not put an icon next to reported items to add it to allow list directly from report? Or from History (found reference to that location in another forum message). I tried adding a file by copying it from saved results text file and got error that I don't have permission to open file. I don't want to open it. I want to add it. And where do you add registry items? I know how to navigate programs and use advanced features but this is ridiculous. Why did you remove feature that worked?
I just installed the Version 4 upgrade and was looking around the new interface and noticed that there was a single "Allow List" entry with an unknown IP address. I am not aware that I have ever entered an IP address that allowed a website to be skipped with Malwarebytes. The IP address is owned by a Russian company. The IP address is 220.127.116.11. Has anyone ever heard of this or know what it might be? Could it have been entered remotely? Kaspersky addresses are not in this range. I thought it very peculiar.
Expected, when pointing at an ellipsis (…): the listing, unabbreviated. Actual result: abbreviation – and in the example below, it took me a couple of minutes to guess the non-abbreviated original.