You can use Osarmor. It has rules to prevent some browsers from opening without you wanting it.
You can also make custom rules for those browsers...
Used privazer free version. It worked fine without any issue here.
Have you tried making exclusion for privazer?
If you log in a standard account, you will need to manually start WiseVector every time you boot your computer. At least until this gets resolved
I would assume Denfender would need signatures to detect those files in the first place.
I don't like the title of that article. It might give a user the misconception that Windows Defender was never been able to be disable via registry.
Yeah. In some cases there is no need to understand everything in detail
However, when using uBlock advance mode it is absolutely essential to...
Open the logger. Sort by block. Then go to the site. You should see what is being blocked and what (if there's any) rule is causing it.
If there is something like a filterlist(for example) blocking Wilders, I would recommend using the uBlock logger to determine what it is
Would this work?
What some consider bloat might not be for others.
Cleaner features are considered bloat due to the fact that great majority of users don't view...
I haven't read all of your post over at Malwaretips. But I'm curious, are you guys financially secure? I ask cause based on the...
Allow widget is the green mark you have in the image. Speaking of which, why do you have an allow rule for Wilders?
Didn't Webroot stopped updating every single user at the same time in order to prevent issues like they had in the past?
Assuming an attacker is aware that WiseVector exists.
And look here
"Sadly, the changes also include a significant reduction...
Is this certain or speculation? If the second, any reason for it?
I don't have osarmor install so I can't personally check. But try to check in both normal settings and advance settings, it should be there...
Is the firewall alert still design to allow the process after a period of time? I think this was talked about in the Webroot forum.
I remember there was some talk about Emsisoft developing a brand new behavior blocker.
You could try an extension
And others, specifically the common users, the ones that make up for the great majority will pick it up. Look at what happened with Edge.
Separate names with a comma.