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Google Chrome Plans To Block AV Module Process Injection

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Someone over at the Eset forum shared something rather interesting. Google has been complaining for a while about security products making browsers more insecure rather than secure and it seems they are planning to stop this by blocking them. Not sure how or if they will do this in the end. People on the link suggest it could use a whitelist to make sure the ones causing issues are blocked.

Someone mentioned this could cause issues for things such as anti exploit and I'm just wondering if this goes ahead how it woll effect malwarebytes.


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