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  1. Hi, I've been visiting this site for years, and woke up today to find it blocked.. had to have happened Feb 7. Could someone please look into this? hxxp://www.gamebanana.com/
  2. Hi, I've recently installed 3.0.5 and have been having troubles with my system. Many of my 'startup' applications no longer run after a reboot (e.g. and are missing from the toolbar). A couple of these programs refuse to stay running, shortly after opening them. The anti-exploit module is broken, and the MBAM system tray icon is missing. I've uninstalled MBAM, and while many of the startup applications are opening normally again, a couple of them have not.. which suggests that 3.0.5 did something that I have no way of knowing how to fix. I did performed 'sfc scannow' and it turned up norm
  3. Okay, thanks for your help.. that was easy I'm kinda weary about the Anti-Exploit stuff that remained, still seemed to have its claws in the system
  4. I hit Ignore and it installed :] but umm.. what did i just do?
  5. I didn't click that, because it said it wasn't a recommended option.
  6. I'm on 3.0 and tried to manually update to the latest version, but I got the error message in the first screenshot while trying to install it. I then uninstalled Malwarebytes, and got the same message while trying to install it again. I read somewhere that I should delete the mbae64.sys file in C:\Windows\System32\drivers, then to try installing it again, but I can't (see 2nd screenshot). Apparently the file is being used by something, but I can't identify it in the Task Manager. I'm running as administrator and even restarted.. nothing helps. I looked inside the Program Files\Malwar
  7. You could at least try to hide your jealousy.
  8. Thanks arturt.. although the sticky says otherwise, i still appreciate your help. It may even help the staff
  9. Hi, I visit a certain forum occasionally, and usually when i do, i run across a blocked connection to 'yuq.me'. What is it, and is it a false positive? This (hxxp ://www. theisozone .com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=30007&p=241106&hilit=download+cloustores#p241106) prompted the website block. It links to a thread at The Iso Zone (www.theisozone.com), a friendly emulator community site/forum. By the way, have an adblocker ready just incase.
  10. Thanks Spud for sharing that link, it was really interesting. I do have a question though, if you've got a PC with 80,000 images on it, and Malwarebytes said everything was clean, is it considered safe? I use Visipics to separate duplicates, and of the dupes it occasionally finds, the differences i find in some of these images are only related to bytes (KB/MB), not dimension or filetype. I always keep the images with the larger byte size because i feel like I'm saving the original file, keeping in mind that they might have been saved as PNG and re-converted by some as a JPG.
  11. I'm confused.. isn't the IP address the same as the domain? OnCelebrity is just a celebrity picture site, i don't see how anybody can experience fraud there..
  12. Is this a false positive? MBAM seems to have blocked this IP multiple times in one visit attempt. Found at http://oncelebrity.com/ , doesn't seem like a bad site. Posted log below: Update, 6/4/2014 12:29:57 AM, SYSTEM, FONTAINE, Manual, Malware Database, 2014.6.4.1, 2014.6.4.2, Protection, 6/4/2014 12:29:59 AM, SYSTEM, FONTAINE, Protection, Refresh, Starting, Protection, 6/4/2014 12:29:59 AM, SYSTEM, FONTAINE, Protection, Malicious Website Protection, Stopping, Protection, 6/4/2014 12:29:59 AM, SYSTEM, FONTAINE, Protection, Malicious Website Protection, Stopped, Protection, 6/4/2014 12:30:27
  13. Still, couldn't MBAM do a better job of differentiating a change made by the user, and one made by malware? I'm glad that it is at least labeled as a 'PUM', but this only appears on MBAM 2.0, and isn't as helpful to the less savvy. For the longest time, I had been lead to believe that I was infected with a malware that was extremely conniving and hard to kill, 'jumping' from new installation to new installation, when the real cause was actually customizing the interface every time i setup one these 'new installations'. If i could have been given that answer a lot sooner, i would not have r
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