Thanks for letting us know, we reached out to Google regarding this concern.
In the mean-time, you can replace the URL with https://audiencemanager.adobe.com/portal/baaam/token when faced with the "deceptive site ahead" warning, and generate your token in this way. This should enable you to view your access token.
Curtis Oliver | Technical Support Engineer
Thanks for your help. However I am getting a slightly different but similar security message when trying to use this link
This site has been reported as unsafe
Hosted by bank.demdex.com
Microsoft recommends you don't continue to this site. It has been reported to Microsoft for containing phishing threats which may try to steal personal or financial information.
Microsoft Defender SmartScreen
FYI this is concerning microsoft, not google
For BAAAM token, you can use this workaround:
After logging in, you will be redirected back to bank.demdex.com (with the warning sign), here you need to change the domain in the browser URL from bank.demdex.com to audiencemanager.adobe.com, leaving all other prefix and suffix in the URL as it is unchanged, and you should be able to view the access token.
One additional clarification here, as you may be faced with another warning screen after initially changing the URL and logging in. Simply replace bank.demdex.com w/ audiencemanager.adobe.com once more, without altering the rest of the URL. Then, you will be able to view your token.
ok yes this seems to work then
I need to use the newer version of baaam with it dont i? 2021 version