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  1. As far as I understand, due to the constant change of the port by the browser, the firewall triggers a request to create a new rule. And blocking a large range is not good, as my programs may stop working. It would be nice if the browser didn't try to make incoming TCP connections on random ports on every launch. Or there was a browser setting that disables such connections, since I don’t need features on new tab page or automatic check for updates
  2. Yes, a new tab is launched normally. As you can see in the video, the update check stops working. If click the "Allow" option, then checking for updates works. I figured out, new tab just opens blank when "Block" option is enabled, when "Allow" option is enabled, then the new tab has wallpapers, links, etc. :) I very rarely use new tab, didn't pay attention before :)))
  3. Hi! This has been a problem since the beginning of the MX6, just didn't take the time to ask the question.
  4. I found what causes my firewall to fire when the browser launch. Video below: P.S. I think that when I select "never check for updates" the browser should not try to make any automatically connection.
  5. I tried but without success. Please tell me how to disable resource sniffer
  6. @BugSir006 Hi! I have a question. Why does Maxthon 6 always require to establish an incoming TCP connection on a random port at startup? Below screenshot: It's my local firewall, then I click block and it does not affect the functioning of the browser. There is no such behavior in any other browsers, including Maxthon 5. Here is a screenshot of the many rules that the firewall creates every time Maxthon 6 is launched:
  7. Even if something breaks, it is not necessary to stop using it, it is enough to inform the developers about it. These are not complaints, this is normal user feedback. In my opinion, it's bad manners to tell others what to do, even if you don't like it. Your message looked so dictatorial.
  8. I thought that the USA is a country of freedom, but here such dictatorship goes straight. Don't angry I was just walking by
  9. Perhaps there are some sanctions for the new Chromium core for China. This is just my guess. It needs to be clarified in the license agreement