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Topic: «Google blocking third party code injection , Wondering if Actual Multiple Monitors will get updated to work around this » on forum: General   Views: 313
 
James
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Posted: 02.12.2017 00:20:49
 
 
Just wondering if Actual Multiple Monitors will get updated to work around this?

I know the (admittedly old) v3.4.2 I have uses code injection, as the "ammemb64.dll" thread appears under the list for Chrome under Process Explorer.

James
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 02.12.2017 11:03:25
 
 
Hello, James

Could you describe more detailed how exactly Chrome blocks the ammemb64.dll injection?

What version of Chrome are you running?

What OS are you running (version, name)?

Best regards.
 
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James
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Posted: 03.12.2017 02:06:07
 
 
Sorry, should have made it clear this was just a heads-up and general inquiry, not a bug report against a current release.  

They're not implementing a full block (against code injection) for a year, although they will begin showing warnings in April next year.

The article I read:

https://www.ghacks.net/2017/12/01/google-to-block-third-party-code-injections-in-chrome/

and the source Chromium page:

https://blog.chromium.org/2017/11/reducing-chrome-crashes-caused-by-third.html
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 04.02.2018 18:04:52
 
 
Hello James,

Please specify your OS (version, 32 or 64-bit), version of Google Chrome and clarify how you noticed that ammemb64.dll is blocked by Google Chrome (additional title buttons or window menu items don't appear in the Chrome Window, AMM's hotkeys don't work with Google Chrome, etc.).
 
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