If you are having trouble accessing Google Chrome on your computer because it is blocked by the McAfee firewall, there are a few things you can do to unblock it.
How to unblock Google chrome from mcafee firewall
First, open your McAfee firewall and click on the "Firewall Settings" icon.
Then, click on the "Rules" tab and click on the "Create Rule" button.
In the "Rule Name" field, type "Google Chrome."
In the "Action" field, select "Block."
In the "Protocols" field, select "TCP and UDP."
In the "Source Address" field, type the IP address of your Google Chrome computer.
In the "Destination Address" field, type the IP address of your computer where you want the Google Chrome traffic to go.
In the "Port" field, type the port number of Google Chrome (80 by default).
Click on the "Create Rule" button.
Now, your McAfee firewall should be blocking Google Chrome traffic. To unblock Google Chrome, simply repeat the steps above, but replace the "Rule Name" with "Google Chrome Unblock."
If you've been having trouble getting Google Chrome to work properly with your McAfee firewall, there are a few things you can do. First, make sure that your firewall is up to date. If you're using Windows, you can check for updates using the Windows Update utility. If you're using a Mac, you can check for updates using the App Store. If you're using a Linux or Unix-based system, you can use your system's package management system to find and install updates.
If you're using McAfee SiteAdvisor, you can try disabling the firewall while you're using Chrome. SiteAdvisor can be disabled by opening the SiteAdvisor program and clicking on the "Site Settings" tab. Under "Firewall Settings", uncheck the "Enabled" box next to "Google Chrome (Windows)" and click on the "Apply" button.
If disabling the firewall doesn't work, you can try to disable Chrome's proxy settings. To do this, open Chrome and click on the "chrome://settings/advanced" link. Under "Privacy" click on the "Content Settings" link. Under "Proxy Settings", uncheck the "Use a proxy server" checkbox.