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Webblocker shouldn't mean "infected"

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Good morning,

Since the new cloud console is up, I have 11 machines INFECTED. I was shocked at first, but then I've seen that it was simply webblocker activity which caused my clients to be "infected" now.

To be honest, I don't know ANYONE could have such an idea. Why should a machine marked as infected when a website got blocked?




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LOL.  Yeah, I saw that too and went through the same 'panic'. I too do not thing a blocked website should be categorized as an infected endpoint. It's misleading and unnecessary.

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