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Just now, garycactus said:

how would we go about adding the site to the exclusion list, adding something like *.gstatic.com doesn't seem to work at all for me

not working for me either

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I added *.gstatic.com in the domain exclusion and the pop ups stopped.

Should probably remove this after an update fixes this issue.

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1 minute ago, Zynthesist said:

Block has been removed

I'm still getting it constantly... do we need to do something?  thank you

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I'm idle of Google and it keeps spam popping up non-stop.

 

Domains:

gstatic.com

ssl.gstatic.com

fonts.gstatic.com

encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com

encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com

encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com

Edited by Vehtran

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It is supposed that gstatic.com is a Google domain. Are Google traying to spy us?

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1 minute ago, sedn said:

It is supposed that gstatic.com is a Google domain. Are Google traying to spy us?

No. gstatic is for static content. (pages and scripts deployed by Google's content delivery network.) They are not "spying" on us and it's a perfectly normal url.

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4 minutes ago, Zynthesist said:

Block has been removed

It did stop for less than 2 minutes. Domain is different and happening again

 

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Same issue but I think it probably is something that's phishing.....it didn't start this am until I was on FB and I clicked on a political add from there it's been pretty frequent. Waiting to hear what they come back with.

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Every time that you open Youtube, gmail, google, etc. the malwarebytes throws the message.

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Same here.  It is a good thing that my Wife wasn't on the PC.  She has so paranoid about viruses she probably would have crashed the PC with the power off button.

I temporarily added the ssl.gstatic.com and www.gstatic.com to the excluded and it seems to have stopped.

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