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Malwarebytes A friend posted a ift.tt link to an Instagram video. When I clicked the link in twitter which had of course converted it to a t.co link. It gives me SSL errors.

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This site can’t provide a secure connection

ift.tt sent an invalid response.

ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR

 

If I paste the ift.tt link then I see malwareybes blocking page. If I deactivate Malwarebytes it works fine. I can provide the actual URL's in a private message if need be but the point of the matter is why if Malwarebytes is intervening am I not getting a proper response? 

And now your forum rejects my post as spam WTH?

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