This new version addresses issues with keys; keys sizes have been increased to 2048 to comply with a higher standard and improve browser compatibility.
Existing users will be upgraded automatically or users can download the update. As always we recommend all users update to the latest version.
In the next few days we’ll release version 3.1 with additional features allow users to disabled the HTTPS inspection if they choose to do so. We are also implementing an HTTPS Threat Vector list that will automatically bypass HTTPS inspection for the vast majority of safe web sites.
PrivDog Security Advisory (Threat level: LOW)
Update, 2/23/2015 14:51 EST: PrivDog 18.104.22.168 has been released with a fix to address the security issue found in the third party library. The update is available from the home page. An automatic update of the effected users is commencing presently.
Chrome came out with an update that blocked extensions installed from other places than the Chrome Web Store, so the chromium extension was a dead end if they didn’t go through the web store, and it seems like they had issues getting onto there since they don’t simply block ads but also replaces them, seems to have been enough for Google to not allow it(?)
Back around May this year after the release of adSanitizer I was informed that PrivDog is still being developed, I haven’t heard any different.
PrivDog is still available as a separate download and works with most browsers, where as adSanitizer is only included with Dragon/Chromodo.