I see Trafficlight got an update to 3.0.8 and it kicks in like before, i just tried it and it responds first and than Edge dev smartscreen.Had the same problem with Edge Dev. TrafficLight not working reliable for me...
They both "scored" 0/10. I did not include adguard, because it is not really designed to block malware and as for 188.8.131.52, it is hardly worth testing.
The problem with DNS blocking is, that it blocks domains, not just links, so if it is too good, too aggressive, it breaks legitimate webpages as well.I wonder why Quad9 DNS is doing so badly with all of those partnerships that they have
The problem with DNS blocking is, that it blocks domains, not just links, so if it is too good, too aggressive, it breaks legitimate webpages as well.
Quad9 has a non-censored alternative (184.108.40.206), but also no DNSSEC, they do not propagate it much, because they focus on the main 220.127.116.11.
Adguard already blocks too much, because of ad blocking, it is not really a practical DNS for a normal browsing, you can not add exceptions.
Neustar in comparison has a variety to choose from, so if something gets blocked, customers can not blame it on them, it is clearly stated.
Neustar also blocks warez, that includes some streaming services, both legitimate and not, so common user would generally do not like it.
norton safe web has been weak for a yearAnyone using Norton safe web ? extension is available in Microsoft store for Edge dev chromium ... and any privacy concerns ?
Would that be a good replacement for BDTL , or should we not worry about BDTL privacy ? i see many other vendors do the same
Thanks. Yes, TrafficlLight works as before with version 3.0.8I see Trafficlight got an update to 3.0.8 and it kicks in like before, i just tried it and it responds first and than Edge dev smartscreen.
Windows Defender Browser Protection is an extension for Google Chrome, but its inside Edge chromium and smartscreen...Windows Defender Browser Protection or Microsoft Defender SmartScreen ?
I've added WDBP to Edge (Chromium).Windows Defender Browser Protection is an extension for Google Chrome, but its inside Edge chromium and smartscreen...
So, is WDBP exactly the same as MDSS?
WDBP seems to react before MDSS.
Both all cloud?
Yes, MDSS blocks mal downloads.
Just wondering whether they use same database?
They are similar, but not the same. The extensions react first I believe, which explains your experience. There is no point in keeping WDBP. Add BDTL if you want additional protection, e.g. it may catch phishing sites that SS misses.