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MysteryFCM

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  1. I trust Paragon extensively. If the extension is not removable, I'd strongly suggest, reporting this to them (they're usually pretty quick at fixing issues). Can't comment on the application myself, as I don't have a Mac/iPhone, to test it on.
  2. The block will be removed on the next update. The cause was malicious content at; hxxp://copticorphans.org/wp-content/themes/coptic/co-includes/1c.jpg
  3. Domain has been removed from the hpHosts database.
  4. The block will be removed on the next update.
  5. The block is on floraqueen.com and will be removed on the next update.
  6. The block will be removed on the next update.
  7. Block on the offending domain (cut2code.com) has been removed.
  8. The block will be removed on the next update.
  9. I can't see that IP in our database?
  10. Can you post a log/screenshot please, I can't find that IP in our blacklist.
  11. Thank you. The block will be removed on the next update.
  12. The block will be removed once the offending URL is disabled/removed; http://track.edatabases.email/ga/click/2-1753793-14-30-51-29-234d35705a-b250e3ffa0 -> http://marketing1.pro/ --> http://marketing1.net/uk/ ---> http://marketing1.net/uk/place-order.html ----> https://secure.romancart.com/payment/checkout.asp?callbacktoken=&taxopt=GBR&total=9.00&storeid=57882&checkid=1&cartremembermeid=&params=GxsAEAQbBlxUX1dXUEcRCgQCAwYLX1BUAAASAwobCwVPW1FUXFhWVFZUEgAYBQoBFg4cDhhcThwbGw0XCwVcWEkLBxcbAQQIDFJe&csh=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Eromancart%2Ecom&
  13. It is indeed an F/P. The block will be removed on the next update.
  14. The block will be removed on the next update.
  15. The block will be removed on the next update
  16. The block will be removed on the next update.
  17. This is not a false positive.
  18. As long as the password has been changed, you've nothing to worry about (though I'd suggest you contact the 2 you don't recognize and find out how they got your details, and of course, get the account deleted if you didn't set it up). Additional: NEVER use the same password for different accounts (email or otherwise) (if one is compromised, then they all are, when one password if used for them all)
  19. @Sue2019 As David mentioned above, it is still worth checking here; https://haveibeenpwned.com If any account you have is listed, change the password asap (important: This is completely unrelated to the above, those sending the emails haven't "hacked" you or your email, they're just hoping to get people gullible enough to believe them and send whatever they ask for)
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