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  1. Thanks 1PW. I recently added PeerBlock to my toolshed and showed about 2 hrs worth of blocks at IP 93.184.216.169. I was trying to find out who is was when I read on the Spiceworks forum that MBAM might be using it.
  2. Hi, quick question...is MBAM using EdgeCast Networks when it updates?
  3. @daledoc1 Thanks for your reply. So I'll just disregard, as I do not want to disable the app's self protection.
  4. Hi, seeing a lot of these in Event Viewer, and need clarification on just what it means.
  5. I didn't disable, or uninstall, Zemana. What I did was exclude Zemana and Malwarebytes from scanning each other's folder(s). Ran MBAM scan again and it came up clean. So it's all good. Thanks for your help.
  6. Thanks, here is that link: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/e0e6f3ed05068e32f1d5c2d2b38cdef4536b8656db6756c66cf6b40b60c8f3da/analysis/1426098750/
  7. So I'd previously posted as a false positive, and miekiemoes advised me to post here as well. After running a 'Threat Scan' with MBAM free, SYSTEM32\drivers\ntfs.sys as an unknown rootkit driver. This is on a XP sp3 pc. I further scanned said file with Zemana antimalware, (6) engines, and file showed clean, as did a scan with qihoo 360 TSE. Attached Images
  8. So after running a 'Threat Scan' with MBAM free, SYSTEM32\drivers\ntfs.sys as an unknown rootkit driver. This is on a XP sp3 pc. I further scanned said file with Zemana antimalware, (6) engines, and file showed clean, as did a scan with qihoo 360 TSE.
  9. 1.5.36205-Beta is what I have. It been on the system for a couple of yrs and was never flagged until today.
  10. Had the same issue today. Restored file from quarantine, ran a scan w/ Zemana Anti-Malware (6) engines, showed clean. Ran a scan w/ Qihoo 360 TS, also showed clean.
  11. Thanks for the response. I just discovered that Malwarebytes was reacting to a change I made. A couple weeks ago I edited the desktop icon, removing avast! and just naming it antivirus. I just changed the name back and rescanned with no issue. My bad, Malwarebytes.
  12. Attached is saved log as requested mbam-log-2011-12-11 (19-13-58).zip
  13. Ran my weekly Malwarebytes scan today. At the end of it, it showed a trojan, rogue.antivirus, c:\documents and settings\all users\Desktop\antivirus.lnk. I quarantined, and authorized a reboot and when my system restarted the icon for my antivirus program was gone from the desktop. My antivirus program is avast which has been on my system for about 3 yrs. Fortunately all I lost was the icon because the folder for avast is in Malwarebytes' exclusion list.
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