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Re: How to block google-analytics
These are connections that Chrome uses for "safe browsing" features, to warn of malicious sites. You can turn this off in Chrome's advanced settings by unchecking "Enable phishing and malware protection".
Mischel Internet Security - Developer of TrojanHunter anti-malware
No, they're not. The first thing I always do is to un-check that option. The screenshot provided was taken when that option was clear too. Any other ideas?
With other run I may get other, but similar connections. If I resolve those connections and block corresponding IP's with firewall. It will try to connect to different servers. One of them I've mentioned in my earlier post:
IP = 184.108.40.206, which could be referred as google-analytics.com or pd-in-f106.1e100.net.
Keep it simple, it'll become complex by itself...