AdGuard 5.10 second beta version release

steve1209

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I had the same problem with Webroot secure anywhere, it removed protcolfilters.dll as a threat and I could not get adguard to connect any longer with the new version, Not a good situation!
 

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Webroot detected ProtocolFilters.dll as a virus after i updated to the latest beta
Please report it to Webroot, that's the only way to fix false-positives.

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Hmm, I wonder if uTorrent ever fixed the issue which caused a BSOD which was caused by Teredo (and which could be triggered by Adguard + WFP driver). Since I don't use uTorrent anymore (qBittorrent FTW!), I can't test it. Maybe they'll improve Teredo in Windows 10? Nonetheless I've been using the WFP driver for the last week and it's been functioning perfectly as far as I can tell... but for the sake of testing, I'll switch back to the TDI driver and enable Teredo.
Oh that's not uTorrent's bug. Teredo is just buggy and unstable and uTorrent only problem is that it utilizes Teredo.

As I remember everything was fine with TDI, disabling Teredo with TDI was a mistake.
 

steve1209

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I created a Webroot Support ticket on the problem concerning the latest Adguard Beta 1175.6083 today. They asked me to run a program to gather a bunch of system information, SO I had to re-install Webroot Secureanywhere, which deletes ProtocolFilters.dll because Webroot believes it has a virus, which causes Adguard to fail connection. I ran their program & sent the info to support. Then to get Adguard working again, uninstall Webroot, & Update Adguard because files were deleted...I'll let you know what they come up with...
 

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UPD 10:

New version 5.10.1178.6114 brings a couple of improvements

Changelog:
* Updated network drivers
* Fixed a problem with the unavailability of websites
 

steve1209

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UPD 10:

New version 5.10.1178.6114 brings a couple of improvements
Hi Daria,

I wonder if you could please also supply a direct link to the latest beta? I am asking for that as I am working on a Webroot problem which requires me to install Webroot Secureanywhere see if it still causes a problem with Adguard latest Beta, then I must uninstall Webroot & Adguard and then download the latest Adguard beta again and install it.

Hopefully that's possible?
 

mysteriously

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Hi Daria!
Finally some woman over here ;) Thanks for new version. Please post more often.


steve1209@: As far I know beta link is always the same
Code:
http://download.adguard.com/d/2/adguardInstallerBeta.exe
You probably mean offline installer. When online installer already downloaded offline one you can find setup.exe in %temp%
Code:
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Temp
 
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Boo Berry

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Getting This Connection is Untrusted errors in Firefox when trying to log into https://www.outlook.com/ in Firefox 34.

Chrome and IE work fine. And yes, the CA is present - I even tried deleting it and re-adding it manually so it looks like importing the certificate that way may not work anymore with the release of 34. I'll try installing the certificate into the certificate store next and post the results.

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Okay, even after importing the certificate to the certificate store and clearing Firefox's cache, it still gives the connection is untrusted error on https://col129.mail.live.com/ (Outlook's login). Odd. Other HTTPS sites work fine.
 
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Can't reproduce it. Please try cleaning NetworkTemp folder (except Adguard CA cert).
 

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That seems to have done the trick. Odd. It also fixed the right ad placeholder showing too.
Maybe we've generated invalid cert first time. For example, if you have wrong system time, it's possible. (just an example, don't know the real cause).
 

Rian

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Getting This Connection is Untrusted errors in Firefox when trying to log into https://www.outlook.com/ in Firefox 34.

Chrome and IE work fine. And yes, the CA is present - I even tried deleting it and re-adding it manually so it looks like importing the certificate that way may not work anymore with the release of 34. I'll try installing the certificate into the certificate store next and post the results.

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Okay, even after importing the certificate to the certificate store and clearing Firefox's cache, it still gives the connection is untrusted error on https://col129.mail.live.com/ (Outlook's login). Odd. Other HTTPS sites work fine.
I had this same issue earlier...... this seems to be solved now anyway
http://forum.adguard.com/showthread.php?3174-HTTPS-cert-issues-and-Firefox-blocking-of-some-sites&p=37286&viewfull=1#post37286
 

Rian

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yesterday i tried this addon SSleuth for firefox. The problem is that with adguard https filtering every site is ranked only 4.5 out of 10...... is there any security measures needed???
 
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yesterday i tried this addon SSleuth for firefox. The problem is that with adguard https filtering every site is ranked only 4.5 out of 10...... is there any security measures needed???
Adguard uses 1024 bit RSA for our own generated certificate. That's why SSleuth rank is so low.
But actually there's no security risks because this RSA1024 is used for Browser<->Adguard communication only.

The real problem is that if Adguard enabled SSleuth cannot show you real rank (because it always sees Adguard's cert).
 

Daria

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Hey there!
Meanwhile, an update here.

Some more fixes in new version

Changelog of 5.10.1180.6137:
* Parental Control blocks access to unsafe websites (phishing, malware)
* Added support for regexp rules
* Updated network drivers
* Modified filtering mechanism
* Minor localization fixes
 

Boo Berry

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I'm beginning to notice that sometimes HTTPS filtering will completely fail, forcing me to flush the SSL certificate and restart Adguard using a batch file to fix it. Odd.
 

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I'm beginning to notice that sometimes HTTPS filtering will completely fail, forcing me to flush the SSL certificate and restart Adguard using a batch file to fix it. Odd.
Is there any way to reproduce it?

Which sites are usually broken?

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Next time could you please backup the certificate for the host which filtering was failing and then send this cert to us?
 
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