Over the last few months I've become increasingly aware of the number of Smart Home, IoT, etc. devices that experience issues due to Adguard. For example: iRobot Roomba: 1. Adding the robot vacuum to the app (after it already detected) kept failing until I stopped AG then it worked first time. 2. Using the "Locate" function to get the vacuum to make a noise fails. In the app I notice that the app cannot report which WiFi network the vacuum is on (phone/tablet and vacuum need to be on same WiFi network for Locate to work) and so the locate function fails. As soon as I disable AG, the app is able to report which WiFi network the vacuum is on, and Locate works. Ring.com Video Doorbell and Chime extender: 1. Like a lot of WiFi based Smart Home devices, to connect it to your home WiFi network, it first creates a WiFi htspot that your phone/tablet needs to connect to, and then you connect it to a WiFi network. After detection, the configuration portion would always fail until I disable Adguard. Now, I appreciate that in Adguard I can go into the Apps Management find the specific app and then turn on and off specific settings, e.g. Enabled On/Off, Ad blocking On/Off, HTTPS filtering On/Off. Would it be recommended to simply Disable on a per app basis when encountering the types of issues mentioned above? More broadly, for every other person that will unwittingly encounter a similar issue, they may have no idea why their smart device config is failing. Should there maybe be a global Blacklist of apps to not filter? Or do you want to investigate these sorts of app specific issue further to 'profile' the app and define a global custom config or alert for any user that installs the app that might also have Adguard installed?