hello when im using the internet only the first link has the bullguard green tick next to it telling me its a safe link. Shouldn't all the links on-line have these green ticks next to them telling us whether they are safe or not.When i used different security they marked all the links witch were safe green and the ones that weren't safe grey why not bullguard.
We were aware of this issue. It was caused by a change made by Google on their search engine (the green ticks were still displayed for Yahoo, Bing, etc search engines). BullGuard has been updated to 13.0.260 today in order to implement the fix.
Check if the add-on is enabled. Firefox sometimes disable installed add-ons upon version upgrade to prevent compatibility issues. Regarding Dr. Craven's issue with Opera, check if the add-on is enabled and if your Real Time Antivirus engine is started.
i have the latest version version 23 of Firefox on a fresh installation of windows.64 bull guard up to date and i still don't get the safe browsing green tick in Firefox but it still works in internet explorer. So to sum it up it doesnt work for me for some reason it used too.
BullGuard Internet Security 2014 (Windows 7 x64 Home Premium) with Safe Browsing enabled displays no symbols (safe or otherwise) against links in IE10, Firefox or Chrome when using Google search. Are you sure the function is working as designed?