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  1. Yes. Here are my flags Fast tab/window close Enables fast tab/window closing - runs a tab's onunload js handler independently of the GUI.– Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-fast-unload Disabled Enabled Hyperlink auditing Sends hyperlink auditing pings. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #disable-hyperlink-auditing Disabled Enabled Smooth Scrolling Animate smoothly when scrolling page content. – Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #smooth-scrolling DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Overlay Scrollbars Enable the experimental overlay scrollbars implementation. You must also enable threaded compositing to have the scrollbars animate. – Windows, Linux, Chrome OS #overlay-scrollbars DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Experimental QUIC protocol Enable experimental QUIC protocol support. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-quic DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled GPU rasterization Use GPU to rasterize web content. Requires impl-side painting. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-gpu-rasterization DefaultEnabledDisabledForce-enabled for all layers Disabled Enabled GPU rasterization MSAA sample count. Specify the number of MSAA samples for GPU rasterization. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #gpu-rasterization-msaa-sample-count Default024816 Disabled Enabled Scroll prediction Predicts the finger's future position during scrolls allowing time to render the frame before the finger is there. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS #enable-scroll-prediction Disabled Enabled UI Layout for the browser's top chrome Toggles between normal and touch (formerly "hybrid") layouts. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS #top-chrome-md DefaultNormalTouchAuto Disabled Enabled Site settings with All sites and Site details Adds new ways of viewing Site settings. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS #enable-site-settings Disabled Enabled Touch Events API Force Touch Events API feature detection to always be enabled or disabled, or to be enabled when a touchscreen is detected on startup (Automatic, the default). – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS #touch-events AutomaticEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Manual password generation. Show a 'Generate Password' option on the context menu for all password fields. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-manual-password-generation DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Touch initiated drag and drop Touch drag and drop can be initiated through long press on a draggable element. –Windows, Chrome OS #enable-touch-drag-drop DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled LCD text antialiasing If disabled, text is rendered with grayscale antialiasing instead of LCD (subpixel) when doing accelerated compositing. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS #lcd-text-aa DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Default tile width Specify the default tile width. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #default-tile-width Default1282565121024 Disabled Enabled Default tile height Specify the default tile height. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #default-tile-height Default1282565121024 Disabled Enabled Simple Cache for HTTP The Simple Cache for HTTP is a new cache. It relies on the filesystem for disk space allocation. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS #enable-simple-cache-backend DefaultDisabledEnabled Disabled Enabled Zero-copy rasterizer Raster threads write directly to GPU memory associated with tiles. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-zero-copy DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Number of raster threads Specify the number of raster threads. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #num-raster-threads Default1234 Disabled Enabled Permission Action Reporting Enables permission action reporting to Safe Browsing servers for opted in users. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-permission-action-reporting DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Permissions Blacklist Enables the Permissions Blacklist, which blocks permissions for blacklisted sites for Safe Browsing users. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-permissions-blacklist DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Extension Content Verification This flag can be used to turn on verification that the contents of the files on disk for extensions from the webstore match what they're expected to be. This can be used to turn on this feature if it would not otherwise have been turned on, but cannot be used to turn it off (because this setting can be tampered with by malware). – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS #extension-content-verification DefaultBootstrap (get expected hashes, but do not enforce them)Enforce (try to get hashes, and enforce them if successful)Enforce strict (hard fail if we can't get hashes) Disabled Enabled User consent for extension scripts Require user consent for an extension running a script on the page, if the extension requested permission to run on all urls. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #extension-active-script-permission Disabled Enabled Tab audio muting UI control When enabled, the audio indicators in the tab strip double as tab audio mute controls. This also adds commands in the tab context menu for quickly muting multiple selected tabs. –Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS #enable-tab-audio-muting Disabled Enabled Reduce default 'referer' header granularity. If a page hasn't set an explicit referrer policy, setting this flag will reduce the amount of information in the 'referer' header for cross-origin requests. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #reduced-referrer-granularity Disabled Enabled Show in-form warnings for sensitive fields when the top-level page is not HTTPS Attaches a warning UI to any password or credit card fields detected when the top-level page is not HTTPS – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-http-form-warning DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Strict site isolation Experimental security mode that ensures each renderer process contains pages from at most one site. In this mode, out-of-process iframes will be used whenever an iframe is cross-site. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-site-per-process Disabled Enabled Block scripts loaded via document.write Disallows fetches for third-party parser-blocking scripts inserted into the main frame via document.write. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #disallow-doc-written-script-loads DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Enable offering upload of Autofilled credit cards Enables a new option to upload credit cards to Google Payments for sync to all Chrome devices. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-autofill-credit-card-upload DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Brotli Content-Encoding. Enable Brotli Content-Encoding support. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-brotli DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Automatic tab discarding If enabled, tabs get automatically discarded from memory when the system memory is low. Discarded tabs are still visible on the tab strip and get reloaded when clicked on. Info about discarded tabs can be found at chrome://discards. – Mac, Windows #automatic-tab-discarding DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Scroll Anchoring Adjusts scroll position to prevent visible jumps when offscreen content changes. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-scroll-anchoring DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Disable Audio For Desktop Share With this flag on, desktop share picker window will not let the user choose whether to share audio. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #disable-audio-support-for-desktop-share Disabled Enabled Framebusting requires same-origin or a user gesture Don't permit an iframe to navigate the top level browsing context unless they are same-origin or the iframe is processing a user gesture. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-framebusting-needs-sameorigin-or-usergesture DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled New audio rendering mixing strategy Use the new audio rendering mixing strategy. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Android #new-audio-rendering-mixing-strategy DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Optimize background video playback. Disable video tracks when the video is played in the background to optimize performance. –Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #disable-background-video-track DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Throttle expensive background timers Enables intervention to limit CPU usage of background timers to 1%. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #expensive-background-timer-throttling DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled Custom-drawn Windows 10 Titlebar If enabled, Chrome will draw the titlebar and caption buttons instead of deferring to Windows. – Windows #windows10-custom-titlebar Disabled Enabled Autoplay policy Policy used when deciding if audio or video is allowed to autoplay. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #autoplay-policy DefaultNo user gesture is required.User gesture is required for cross-origin iframes.Document user activation is required. Disabled Enabled Parallel downloading Enable parallel downloading to accelerate download speed. – Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android #enable-parallel-downloading DefaultEnabledDisabled Disabled Enabled --------- Other than that I use uBlock Origin, HTTPS Everywhere, IDN Safe, Local CDN. Network and DNS Prediction are enabled.
  2. After testing for a few more times, disabling AppContainer now allows EAM to monitor Chrome. That's a plus. But, Surf Protection still does not work.
  3. I already have site and DNS prefetch disabled in Chrome through Group Policy. Chrome's and Edge's built-in DNS clients are asynchronous compared to the synchronous DNS that the system provides. The difference is very notable otherwise they wouldn't have implemented it. Regardless my point is because the built-in DNS client handles queries, Surf Protection is not kicking in while it kicks in for Firefox which doesn't have a built-in DNS client (yet). And yes like Bundaburra said my adblocker blocks the URL first but if I decide to proceed, Surf Protection blocks it. But for Chrome and Edge it goes straight to the site without warning or blocking it. And yes I have EAM set to block sites that pose a privacy risk. I do wonder if other Chrome users are experiencing the same issue and are able to confirm.
  4. I have been trying to figure out why Surf Protection would work in Firefox, but not in Chrome or Edge. As an example I used a website that is flagged as a privacy risk: adservice.everyone.com I noticed that Surf Protection blocked the site in Firefox. It did not block the site in Chrome when built-in DNS client was enabled. Surf Protection did work when the built-in DNS client was disabled. It did not block the site in Edge because it uses a built-in DNS client in the latest version of Windows 10 (1709) that does not depend on the system's DNS client because disabling it still allows Edge to resolve pages. Is this something Emsisoft has been looking into? While disabling the built-in DNS client works, it comes at the cost of speed. Webpages take longer to resolve. It would be great if there was a way for EAM to catch queries of the built-in DNS clients these browsers have.
  5. I hope I don't break forum rules bumping this up. But, I was wondering if this statement still holds true for EAM and Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit (beta). Are they still completing each other or is MBAE redundant?
  6. I am experiencing the same issue. Windows 10 Pro 64 bit 1709 Fall Creators Update. Using a Standard User account. Emsisoft Anti-Malware is the only security product, Windows Defender Antivirus is disabled. Exploit Protection settings are set to default. I did harden security policies once but that was last November 2017. I have not changed my Windows configuration this year and not installed anything new other than Windows security updates. Issue occurs: -When laptop goes to sleep due to low charge, is plugged in and then woken up again. (occurred 3x) -Switching user accounts, between administrator and standard user account (occurred 1x) Error does not leave any logs behind. Not in Event Viewer and not in EAM. Error has only existed within the past 2 weeks so it might be due to either a major update by Emsisoft or the recent Windows 10 security update. No other issues. Willing to send debug and diagnostic logs just not in a public forum. Edit: Attached Diagnostic Log. EmsisoftDiagLog.txt