Chrome, Mozilla, Vivaldi Registry Key... (managed by your organisation)

Posted 11/28/2019 12:09 PM
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Delrew Member

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few days ago noticed chrome was "managed by your organisation" after MANY attempts to find a solution turns out Bullguard recently adds keys to the registry to automatially disable quic. so i delete them, restart and it keeps putting them back there.



is there any way to stop this?



Google automaticly enables/disables 

Firefox Nightly (in beta) does the same



so why is this even needed?



 
Posted 11/28/2019 12:49 PM
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Andreea-Luciana Ostache Advanced member

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Hello and welcome to our forum!

I will kindly ask you to take screenshots of the registry keys in question and upload them https://imgbb.com/

 
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Posted 11/28/2019 12:54 PM
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Delrew Member

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Screenshot



You can see Mozilla, Opera and Vivaldi (tbh had to even look up what vivaldi was) 

They all have exactly the same in each folder



 
Posted 11/28/2019 2:08 PM
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Andreea-Luciana Ostache Advanced member

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Hey, thank you for getting back to us. Please note this is required for our Safe Browsing, to display the green checkmarks, but if this inconvenient for you please open BullGuard, click Settings from the top > Advanced > Antivirus > Safe Browsing and disable Gogle from there. Alternatively, try disabling all the ticks from there and see if you still have an issue.
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Posted 11/28/2019 2:10 PM
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Delrew Member

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Ah thanks, was just bizarre used bullguard for now on 3 years and never had that issue till the previous build on the 21st,

Love the product as do others i have recommended it to.



Thanks! 
Posted 6/3/2020 10:12 PM
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Benjamin Member

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Hi there, 



 



Today I have noticed having the same issue as the opening post with Google Chrome. Comes up with "Managed by your organisation", the only policy is "QuicAllowed" and it is changed to false. I have ran malware scans through chrome and Malwarebytes and results came back clean. I have also followed the steps stated above to no success. I finally deleted the registry keys as the opening post did and like them, it works temporarily until I restart my PC and the issue is there again. 



If this is something to do with Bullguard's antivirus software, I am ok with that. I just want to make sure it is nothing malicious and any advice on getting rid of the issue would be most welcome. 



 



Thanks


Posted 6/4/2020 12:03 AM
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Andreea-Luciana Ostache Advanced member

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Welcome to our forum Benjamin!

This particular change in Chomre is intended to make a user notice changes in the policies.

To be able to block your access to malicious websites, BullGuard needs to be able to block you, so that's why you see that message. 
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Posted 6/4/2020 12:30 AM
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Benjamin Member

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Hello,



Thank you for getting back to me.



So just to confirm, the QuicAllowed policy change on Google Chrome and on other browsers such as Firefox is part of the Bullguard software, not a malicious malware etc?



Also, I tried the steps you suggest above to remove the policy change but that doesn't appear to have worked. Is it possible to get rid of the QuicAllowed policy change without uninstalling Bullguard?



thanks 
Posted 6/4/2020 1:14 AM
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Andreea-Luciana Ostache Advanced member

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To make things plain: 

Yes.

No.
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