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Hi,

I am using ESS but I have also installed Bitdefender Trafficlight for Chrome, to prevent from entering dangerous website. This Chrome extension worked perfectly, but about one month ago I started to have some problems with this. I see no flags (green/red icon) near website when I type a phrase to websearch - it only works randomly when the website has subpages.

Now I am trying to find what may causing it. My question is if eset products may conflict with this trafficlight extension? Or maybe You can recommend me another chrome extension which provide the same services and doesn't conflict with eset products? 

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You can try temporarily uninstalling ESET if neither disabling advanced scanning of browser scripts in the advanced setup -> Web and email -> Web access protection nor disabling protocol filtering make any difference.

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ESET products also block phishing sites.

hxxp://support.eset.com/kb3100/?locale=en_EN

 

Bitdefender Trafficlight is the last update in 2015.

It is recommended to use WOT.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/wot-web-of-trust-website/bhmmomiinigofkjcapegjjndpbikblnp?hl=en

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As for malicious, phishing, scam and suspicious websites, ESET has strong web protection, meaning that new malware is often blocked at the network level before it reaches a computer.

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I checked this problem once again. It looks like that trafficlight extension has problem with - websearches. For example it works with Bing and Facebook, but doesn't work with Google, Yahoo etc. So I excluded of course any conflict with eset products.

32 minutes ago, NOD said:

ESET products also block phishing sites.

hxxp://support.eset.com/kb3100/?locale=en_EN

 

Bitdefender Trafficlight is the last update in 2015.

It is recommended to use WOT.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/wot-web-of-trust-website/bhmmomiinigofkjcapegjjndpbikblnp?hl=en

Yes, I know that Eset also block phishing sites but after entering on them. That's why I need also something more preventing that I can double-check information about website before I come into. 

I have uBlock origin extension too, but uBlock block only adverts as far as I remember. 

I know about WOT extension but I have mixed feelings about that. But thanks for suggestion :).

 

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On 17.5.2017 at 9:39 AM, Reborn80s said:

I have uBlock origin extension too, but uBlock block only adverts as far as I remember.

Open the settings of uBlock origin. There are some filter lists to block malware domains. Not all of them are enabled by the default settings.

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