Adguard notifications about errors with https filter on Google

Eno-Scott

New Member
I m receiving from my phone those notifications about errors with https filter option on some apps (like Google or YouTube ) , what coul d I do about It ? I ve readt that for youtube for example there Is an app called YouTube Vanced for blocking the ads,or that you can move the AG cerificate on the system folder with root acces ,well i ve downloaded an AG certificate and I ve moved It into a folder in my device without the Root authorizations,Is that the same thing or I'need to rooting the phone ? ( Sorry but i m a rookie about that )
Plus on which apps I coul'd enable Https filter on Adguard?coul'd you give me some explanation about that ?IMG_20220922_173520.jpgIMG_20220922_173606.jpg
 

Eno-Scott

New Member
Hello!

Follow this guide: Сertificate installation issues on devices with Android 11 and later | AdGuard Knowledgebase


Make sure that your certificate is installed. AdGuard>Settings>Network>HTTPS Filtering>Security certificate>

Let me know your results.
But I don't have a Samsung device,this article explain how to properly install the AG certificate on the Secure Folder of a Samsung phone.
This One Is an Oppo phone and I ve installed previously the AG certificate on It and the option for filtering https traffic on Chrome app and Google app Is Active...
But those apps don 't trust AG certificate for https the same..
So what coul d I do to fix It ?Screenshot_2022-09-24-16-11-33-20_a93965f46c4a4b0ed1be737bdf2bc8fc.jpg
 
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Eno-Scott

New Member
I 've saw that in the White list there are many exceptions (not putted in there by me ) so It coul'd depend on It ?
 

Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
Moderator
Those messages mean those apps don't trust user certificates so HTTPS filtering won't work with them. Try going into Apps Management and finding the Google, YouTube, etc. apps and disable HTTPS filtering for them, that *should* make the messages go away. If it doesn't disable protection for those apps.
 

Eno-Scott

New Member
Those messages mean those apps don't trust user certificates so HTTPS filtering won't work with them. Try going into Apps Management and finding the Google, YouTube, etc. apps and disable HTTPS filtering for them, that *should* make the messages go away. If it doesn't disable protection for those apps.
But I don't want to disable https filtering for those apps,the problem It isn 't the annoyance from the messages but the fact that Google etc. doesn't accept the certificate ...so AG filters are weak on them...so what you suggest me to do ? Have I to use another browser for example ?
 

Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
Moderator
There's no point having HTTPS filtering enabled for those apps, they can't be filtered and trying to force HTTPS filtering to be enabled causes those warnings to appear. There isn't much that can be done about it - even if you're rooted and you move AG's certificate to the system store, some apps like YouTube still can't be filtered and HTTPS filtering won't work.
 

Eno-Scott

New Member
There's no point having HTTPS filtering enabled for those apps, they can't be filtered and trying to force HTTPS filtering to be enabled causes those warnings to appear. There isn't much that can be done about it - even if you're rooted and you move AG's certificate to the system store, some apps like YouTube still can't be filtered and HTTPS filtering won't work.
Thanks for your answer,I'm Sorry about that, what about those exceptions on the White list? Is normal for you to have It also without have added It by myself ?
 

dostkelimeler

New Member
HTTPS üzerinde çalışın sayfanın dizine engelleyebilirim
Sayfanın kullanılacakları, kullanıcılarınız için HTTP kullanımından amaçlanır.
arama konsolu hata veriyor


ne yapmak lazım. fikri olan var mı?

Sorunlar


hata
HTTPS değerlendirilmedi
 
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H3lper

Member
Staff member
HTTPS üzerinde çalışın sayfanın dizine engelleyebilir
Sayfanın kullanılacakları, kullanıcılarınız için HTTP kullanımından amaçlanır.
arama konsolu hata veriyor


ne yapmak lazım. fikri olan var mı?

Sorunlar


hata
HTTPS değerlendirilmedi
If this website requires HTTPS connection, then you can exclude this website from HTTPS filtering.
Head to AdGuard>Settings>Network>HTTPS Filtering>Exclusions> Add domain name of your website. dostkemeler.com>save.
Check if the issue persists.

If that wasn't your case, I suppose then you can find the relevant answer here: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/11396518?hl=en
 
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