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AMD Radeon Software blocked by Eset Nod32 Antivirus fixed

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This will solve your annoying problem by going to : SET-UP > WEB AND EMAIL > WEB ACCESS PROTECTION > URL ADDRESS MANAGEMENT .. and add the links that pop up on your notification

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System Requirements Lab is a known PUA maker. By allowing the above urls you will also enable submission of information about your machine, such as the IP address, to the PUA maker.

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For my use I kept the block because this program is useless , all it does is telling you if you can run a game , and probably will guess it wrong/incorrect

I don't know why AMD is using them , and still I don't know why they haven't fixed that when they know they are getting blocked by AV providers and yet still being used by AMD.

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On 6/25/2020 at 7:52 AM, JLMalabanan said:

This will solve your annoying problem by going to : SET-UP > WEB AND EMAIL > WEB ACCESS PROTECTION > URL ADDRESS MANAGEMENT .. and add the links that pop up on your notification

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As said there is a reason for the block. It is bad practise to simply allow things without knowing the potential risks

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