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  1. I also just got a BSOD that identified farflt.sys as the cause.
  2. Weird - the issue appears to have self-corrected following a reboot. Maybe it's because I ran an MBAR scan before the last time I checked the logs? Is it likely there's an interaction between the MBAR app and MBAM?
  3. I am wondering if it's something to do with the fact that I have the standalone MBAR anti-rootkit app on my machine? I run it manually every so often and it has not detected anything (extra insurance, I suppose) MBAM and my AV all seem to be running and updating fine, and I'm not seeing anything I'd consider anomalous. If I need to remove MBAR, should I consider reinstalling MBAM?
  4. I am getting the same warnings from MBAM, usually whenever I run a google query or do something in the taskbar in Chrome. The warnings have been on lh6.googleusercontent and oauth.googleusercontent. I have to assume these are false positives?
  5. Hello, I am getting notifications of an IP block caused by something itunes is doing (or trying to do). 2012/09/17 06:37:58 -0500 JODL OliverN IP-BLOCK 66.90.78.10 (Type: outgoing, Port: 60148, Process: itunes.exe) 2012/09/17 06:37:58 -0500 JODL OliverN IP-BLOCK 66.90.78.10 (Type: outgoing, Port: 60150, Process: itunes.exe) 2012/09/17 06:37:58 -0500 JODL OliverN IP-BLOCK 66.90.78.10 (Type: outgoing, Port: 60152, Process: itunes.exe) I am not seeing a lot (any?) other itunes users complaining about this, so perhaps it's not a false positive... I am subscribed to a number of podcasts; is it pos
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