I keep getting a warning about ci3.googleusercontent.com, when I go to gmail?
What kind of a warning?I keep getting a warning about ci3.googleusercontent.com, when I go to gmail?
I just checked two gmail accounts and all appears quite now - thanks.Hi! `ci3.googleusercontent.com` has been removed from phishing filter.
That's one solution at least for Gmail, then I hope you turned AG back on when you left GM. But It's been addressed now and I don't see any AG popup warnings in two gmail accounts I've checked.I turned off adguard until this is fixed, it's doing it over and over while I'm in Gmail.
Post #2 has this above at https://forum.adguard.com/index.php?threads/adguard-and-wot.14833/Hello @Gass!
WOT ratings emerge as a sum of users' opinions. Sometimes it does reflect the real state of things, and sometimes not. I advise you to treat WOT ratings with a grain of salt, mostly relying on personal impression and experience and only following it in borderline cases.
I was wrong to think it was totally gone then, only from my copy of Adguard - as I got rid of it's extension when first able to. Which I might add Adguard's program updates respects my decision and it's not a recurring event one has to undertake with each new update to the AG program. A Valuable treatment of the user decision. Although I question the actual users numbers using the AG WOT extension, as WoT extension is disabled by default (since the news broke) in the next future versions of AG for Windows and Mac.WOT hasn't been fully removed, it's just disabled by default (with the option to remove it). Some users might see some benefit from using WOT (e.g. the reputation data), hence why it does remain as an option.