AdGuard blocking all websites on latest Windows 10 insider fast ring release

Discussion in 'Technical Support (AdGuard for Windows)' started by obiwankenobi, Oct 7, 2016.

  1. obiwankenobi

    obiwankenobi Beta Tester

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    As the title states, adguard is blocking all webpages from loading on the newest windows 10 insider fast-ring build.

    Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview (64-bit)
    Build 14942.rs_prerelease.161003-1923

    My guess is that it's something to do with the way AdGuard's certificate is handled under this new build, but don't quote me. The reason I think this is because web pages will not load with adguard enabled. The second I disable adguard, however, all pages load just fine. Hope a fix or an update is released fairly quickly, and I hope I'm not the only person experiencing this. I don't post much, mostly because adguard is mostly trouble free, but I had to bring this to the attention of the developers. :)

    Update: Disabling protection does not fix the issue, either. I have to completely close the program in order for any webpage to load correctly. Using Chrome, the latest build, I receive a ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR, under any other browser, sites just will not load. Edge, Internet Explorer....it doesn't matter which browser I try, it simply will not allow the page to load. Exiting AdGuard, however, I can refresh the page, and it loads instantly. I just wanted to bring this attention to the forums so the problem (hopefully) gets resolved fairly quickly, plus, my license for AdGuard expires on October 25, 2016, so I wanted to file this as a bug and let this be known, to avoid this occurrence happening to anyone else. ;)
     
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  3. hanschke

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    I cannot see all websites until I end complete Adguard.
     
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    I confirm the issue. It seems that they have completely broken WFP drivers in this update.

    I suppose they will fix it pretty soon as this bug will break A LOT of security software, not just Adguard.

    The only temporary solution is to switch to TDI driver (Settings - General - Uncheck "Use WFP driver"). The problem is that in this case AG won't filter MS Edge.

    Github issue about this: https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/issues/1310
    I'll post updates there and here.

    Nope, it's not. Even if you disable https filtering, all websites will still be broken.

    UPD: Ops, I've just read the update
     
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  5. hanschke

    hanschke Beta Tester & Translator

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    I dont use Edge so I use the workaround now :)
     
  6. Lastwebpage

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    Only a note about this issue.
    "The problem is that in this case AG won't filter MS Edge." This seems to me is only the half truth. ;)
    If this WPF driver is disabled, Adguard can't filter Edge, that's right.
    But if WPF is enabled, Aguard not work in Edge anyway (No Adguard icon inside Edge).
     
  7. Boo Berry

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    Yes, because WFP drivers are broken in the latest Insider Preview - so the only choices are to either a) downgrade to a previous Insider Preview and wait for the next one or b) uncheck the WFP driver in Adguard.
     
  8. Lastwebpage

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    Update... or not... insider build 14946 seems to me not fix the problem.
     
  9. Boo Berry

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    WFP is likely still broken, sadly.
     
  10. Theo Raeken

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    Build 14951 and still broken... :confused:
     
  11. Przemek

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    Build 14955 no change... I think we can assume this will be the case, and it's time to fix this
     
  12. Boo Berry

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    It's listed in the Insider build known issues about problems with anti-virus applications (which use WFP drivers). Ultimately Microsoft has to fix it, and I'm sure they will in time.

    But this is the thing about using Insider builds - especially the fast ring. Expect problems and things not working. Personally, I don't use Insider builds until the last month or so before a major release. At least by then they usually have the major bugs worked out. ;)
     
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    I am pretty sure they will fix it eventually. The bug is just too major to be ignored.
     
  14. Boo Berry

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    That, and the AV vendors kinda rely on WFP. :p
     
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    Even Windows defender itself relies on it. Although I am not sure if it relies on that particular part which is broken.
     
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  17. Blaz

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    Extension does not rely on WFP driver and that's why it should normally work.
     
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    There're some open bugs with the Edge extension, though. We'll fix it in the next update.
     
  19. Theo Raeken

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    Does Microsoft wants to fix it?
    Build 14971 and this issue still remains. :confused:
     
  20. Boo Berry

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    Well, a lot of products (e.g. Adguard and anti-virus products) depend on WFP. So yeah, they'll likely fix it at some point.

    Who knows, maybe they're working on a newer version and/or making it less buggy but it isn't ready for Insider use?