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12 minutes ago, hobbitman said:

in my chrome and pc, not blocking 

Well, Chrome is detecting it. Notice the "Dangerous" tag prior to the domain name?

Might be an issue with Eset phishing detection "kicking in" on a Chrome connection override situation.

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In the settings in the Eset antivirus reports it does appear as phishing but in my browser I don't get the Eset block. There seems to be a bug in web protection 😕 help

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In Chrome i get a warning from Chrome itself, but not from ESET. In Firefox if i ignore the warning of Firefox, the website is blockt. No idea what the difference is.

 

Edit: Strange thing is if i load the website again in Firefox, ESET is not blocking. I can trigger ESET if i click on this is not a misleading website.

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Webfilter is working. I opent some website in Chrome that are on Openfish website and some are blocked by ESET and others not. In Firefox all websites are blocked by ESET. I'm curious about the difference between Chrome and Firefox.

 

 

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Edge has the same issue, so i think all Chromium based browsers are infected with this issue.

 

In Brave i tried a website, the first time ESET was blocking the website, after that, websites that are blockt in Firefox, opens without any problem in Chrome/Edge/Brave.

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15 hours ago, Glassertje said:

In Chrome i get a warning from Chrome itself, but not from ESET. In Firefox if i ignore the warning of Firefox, the website is blockt. No idea what the difference is.

It appears Chromium based browsers interface with Google Safe Browsing differently than done in FireFox.

In Firefox, Safe Browsing detection causes Firefox to display a full red web page alert with option to Go back or override the warning. Perhaps the override causes another full domain lookup which then allows Eset detection to process correctly.

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