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Not talking to girls in the first place is the best protection
molaram304422dAvast is a pile of garbage. Why not invest $20-$50 into a good security solution? And by that i dont mean norton. Or bitdefender.
Demolishun685222dWhy is it blacklisted? What site is this?
For the purposes of the question, it doesn't matter which site, only that any site which ends up on avasts blacklist, you are prevented from going to.
Since at some point, this could be your very own website, which if it is infected with something, you'd like some idea of what and where, which you could only really get if you visit it with antivirus software that pops up a warning when you reach the specific part that is infected.
Otherwise it could take you a very long time to check the entire website for infections if all you have to go on, is, it might be infected..
Or someone might have just added it to a blacklist list, for fun..
Thus, can I turn off this feature in Avast and yet still have protection when I visit a specific site, or is it like it appears, that isn't possible.
If not possible, which antivirus software does allow you to do that and is decent, and ideally free..
I see using Panda antivirus that I can visit the site just fine, it lets me, and deals with the virus infected popups.
I don't know if that has its own blacklist either !
But rather than having to install a new antivirus, it would be just peachy to fiddle with some settings in Avast to solve the issue.
I have tried fiddling and nothing I do seems to make any difference, even when I turn the bloody thing off !
Amusingly their own supplied browser, lets you get at least as far as the option to visit the site anyhow, but when you press on the button, nothing happens..