AdGuard for Windows - 7.8 beta 1


Quality Assurance
And here's the beta version of AdGuard's little update for Windows.

A new version of Safebrowsing, which is responsible for blocking requests to malicious and phishing sites, has been upgraded. Now, thanks to the improved mechanism of this module, surfing the Internet has become much safer.

We also updated CoreLibs and DNSLibs, and fixed various minor bugs along the way. Let’s make AdGuard for Windows better together!

  • [Enhancement] Update AdGuard WFP and TDI network drivers
  • [Fixed] Browser assistant is still available after the license expires #4020
  • [Fixed] Update info is incorrect after manual update #3997
  • [Fixed] QUIC requests are blocked and shown as TCP when app is excluded from filtering
  • [Fixed] Different type of dialog window opens when adding a custom DNS server
  • [Fixed] Right click on the tray menu icon opens the main window #3908
  • [Other] Add handling of `adguard:add_dns_server` URLs

Updated CoreLibs to v1.8.256
  • [Enhancement] QUIC SNI decoder logic #1554
  • [Fixed] The rule `@@*$network,app=chrome.exe` causes AdGuard to crash #4015
  • [Fixed] Failed to install a custom filter list with `#include` directive #1553
  • [Other] Support Safebrowsing V2 in the new version of CoreLibs

Updated DnsLibs to v1.6.66
  • [Fixed] Crash when parsing an invalid SDNS stamp #127

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Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
Moderator still doesn't load with AG for Windows 7.8 beta 1/nightly 2 but it's labeled as fixed on the CoreLibs Github issues tracker. I assume this is also what the root cause of the ERR_HTTP2_PROTOCOL_ERROR issue that some users have reported as of late. I'm also going to assume it's not fixed in AG for Windows 7.8 thus far because the new version of CoreLibs hasn't landed yet?



Quality Assurance
@Boo Berry the fix you are talking about wasn't merged in AdGuard for Windows 7.8 beta 1, and yes it will be in the new version of CoreLibs.