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Your extension was disabled because it is corrupted. Go to the extensions manager and repair it.

  • Everytime i launch Opera (even after repairing the extension before) i got this error:
    "Your extension was disabled because it is corrupted. Go to the extensions manager and repair it."
    It is only happening to uBlock and stylish. BetterTTV works.

  • help

  • help

    You know that it's sunday, right? Not to mention it's Easter on many places.

    If it happens just with one extension then it may be broken. Try an extension reinstall.

    If it happens with all extensions you have them something may be corrupted on your Opera profile. Try checking with a new clean one.

  • Everytime i launch Opera (even after repairing the extension before) i got this error:
    "Your extension was disabled because it is corrupted. Go to the extensions manager and repair it."
    It is only happening to uBlock and stylish. BetterTTV works.

    :( i also face the same problem even my browser is the latest version... :down:

  • This message indicates that the extension's source code is different on your disk than it is intended to be.

    Repairing basically re-downloads the extension from https://addons.opera.com

    If this happen all the time it means something is changing the source code of your extensions.

    Please run an anti-virus scan and report back.

    If you're sure it's not some 3rd party software messing around with installed extensions' source code (i.e. you've made tests on some virtual machine, etc.), then please report here extension names along with versions.

  • i installed the latest version of ghostery extension and qsnap extension on my latest opera update. anti-virus scan showed 'no harm potential detect.' maybe i have to wait for the next updates in improvements. :wait:

  • I've just installed Ghostery 5.4.10 on Opera 37.0.2178.32 (current stable channel).

    I turn the browser off and on again and the verification mechanism in my browser doesn't indicate the extension's code is different than the extension's author meant to be on the system.

    What you can do is to go to the extension's code folder (which is [browser_profile]/Extensions/bbkekonodcdmedgffkkbgmnnekbainbg) and monitor the changes to the filesystem there (browser's profile folder is shown on "About Opera" page). It will look differently depending on what OS you're using.

    Quick googling for Windows showed me this article: http://www.howtogeek.com/205144/how-to-monitor-file-and-folder-changes-in-windows/

    Ideally I'd monitor this folder before the extension is even installed. Then the 1st actor who makes changes to this folder should be a browser (installing it). Then the '_metadata' folder should appear with slight delay (this is browser too).

    Any later modifications to the extension's source code is a suspicious action.

    It might not be a virus, it might be some 3rd party program you've installed doing something. In that case look for an option to leave the browser's profile folder untouched by this software.

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