After upgrade to FSIS 2014-2 I decided to check all settings. To my surprise in the allowed sites for Browsing Protection I had a completely unknown site added. The thing is I've never manually allowed or blocked any site!
I've seen this once before when an unknown application tried to connect to internet and Deepguard asked me about it. After I allowed the application to continue, I then had a new entry in the list of allowed sites.
Is Deepguard really doing this? If so, why?
I think maybe it correlates to Banking Protection. I too have a 'new' list of sites in the 'Allowed' tab, and these are all I have allowed through Banking Protection when going to a non-'bank' site with Banking Protection still active, so you get the option to end BP or allow the site.
Hello Simon & NikK
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Thanks Ben. I think the topic of this thread was lost in the notification discussion, so please:
Can a Product Expert explain if Deepguard is adding allowed sites in Browsing Protection?
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