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  1. @Porthos: Thanks for your comment. Indeed, I have used cleaning/optimizing tools rarely on Windows 10 systems because there was no neeed to. I used these tools more often on earlier Windows systems. @exile360: The NAS was not removed/attached during the whole exercise. It was removed only after it was not recognized by the server anymore. Kind regards Willer
  2. Thanks for your advice and for your thoughts on Wise and CCleaner. I know about the warnings but I have used both software for years with no bad experiences. I have checked the NAS and found no corrupt files. I have deleted those new files with cryptic names. No problems so far. Recap: After using the VPN, the NAS was not accessible any more and Windows asked for a repair. After the repair by Windows the NAS could be accessed again. Afterwards the NAS contained the original files (I can't remember all) and a bunch of new files with cryptic names. Thank you very much for your most helpful hints. Kind regards Willer
  3. Thanks for the response. I followed your advice and I attach files - Addition.txt - FRST.txt to this post. Kind regards Willer Addition.txt FRST.txt
  4. Hi, I followed your advice and I attach file mbst-grab-results.zip to this post. Kind regards Willer mbst-grab-results.zip
  5. Thanks exile360 for the fast response. That's why I mentioned the uninstall methode. However, so far I never experienced a problem of this kind with IOBit Uninstaller. Kind regards Willer
  6. Hi, Operating environment: Win10 Pro x64, server Fritz!Box 7490, USB-Stick 16GB attached as NAS to server fritz!box. I installed Malwarebytes Privacy and gave it a try by connecting to some websites. Then I turned privacy off and deinstalled Malwarebytes Privacy using IOBit Uninstaller. Results: The server (fritz.box) and the NAS (USB-Stick attached to the server) did not show-up anymore in Windows Explorer as before. I inserted the USB-Stick into the Windows machine Windows said the USB-Stick is corrupt offered a repair what I did. Afterwards the NAS was corrupt. Some files were lost and a dozend new files with cryptic names showed-up which could not be moved or deleted the usual way. Kind regards Willer
  7. Yes, indeed, it seems to be fixed. Thank you very much for the fast resonse. Kind regards Max Willer
  8. After installation of IOBitUninstaller 9.6.0.3 on Windows 7/10 x64 Malwarebytes removes the executable IOBitUninstaller.exe -Softwaredaten- Version: 4.1.2.73 Komponentenversion: 1.0.979 Version des Aktualisierungspakets: 1.0.26857 Lizenz: Premium -Systemdaten- Betriebssystem: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 CPU: x64 Dateisystem: NTFS Benutzer: System -Einzelheiten zu blockierter Schadsoftware- Datei: 1 Malware.AI.4169186878, C:\Program Files (x86)\IObit\IObit Uninstaller\IObitUninstaler.exe, In Quarantäne, 1000000, 0, 1.0.26857, 036C3F17ED7D2F1AF880BE3E, dds, 00808531 Is that a false püsitive? Regards Max Willer
  9. Domain jetzt-schlaegts-13.com is banned as trojan. The domain had a trojan Blackhole_Ek. However, the trojan has been removed but Malwarebytes still bans this domain. Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Protokolldetails- Datum des Schutzereignisses: 20.05.20 Uhrzeit des Schutzereignisses: 14:18 Protokolldatei: 0494cefa-9a94-11ea-8520-00ffa5cf1d93.json -Softwaredaten- Version: 4.1.0.56 Komponentenversion: 1.0.920 Version des Aktualisierungspakets: 1.0.24144 Lizenz: Premium -Systemdaten- Betriebssystem: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 CPU: x64 Dateisystem: NTFS Benutzer: System -Einzelheiten zu blockierten Websites- Bösartige Website: 1 , C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe, Blockiert, -1, -1, 0.0.0 -Website-Daten- Kategorie: Trojaner Domäne: www.jetzt-schlaegts-13.com IP-Adresse: 109.237.132.26 Port: 80 Typ: Ausgehend Datei: C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe (end)
  10. The error occurs if Malwarebytes 2.2.1.1043 is installed manually (not by automatic update) over Malwarebytes 2.2.0.1024. The error does not occur if Malwarebytes 2.2.0.1024 is deinstalled first and if Malwarebytes 2.2.1.1043 is installed thereafter.
  11. March 24, 2016 Running Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64 with Malwarebytes 2.2.0.1024 Premium, Avast 11.1.2253 Free and Mozilla Firefox 45.0.1 installed. This setup runs without problems. Now update Malwarebytes is 2.2.1.1043 is offered. After installing Update 2.2.1.1043 there is no Internet connection anymore although Windows signals that an Internet connection is established. No URL can be reached by Firefox. However, miniapplications like newsfeed are updated as usual. If Malwarebytes 2.2.1.1043 is removed, registration and system state are reset and Malwarebytes 2.2.0.1024 is reinstalled the system runs without problems again. Any ideas?
  12. Thanks, Andrew, for the advice. I have removed Malwarebytes 2.0.3.1025 from the computer and cleaned the computer from any residuals associated with Malwarebytes. Then I loaded Malwarebytes 2.0.3.1025 from the Malwarebytes site again and installed it. Result: the website in question is not blocked anymore. Thanks again and best regards.
  13. Malwarebytes: trusted website is blocked although it should not be blocked Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit Malwarebytes 2.0.3.1025 Mozilla Firefox 33.1 or Internet Explorer 11.0 (doesn’t matter) Website affected: www.flughafen-braunschweig.info (81.169.145.149) Web exclusion list: Malicious website protection enabled: Note: Web exlusions greyed-out (?) Opening URL http://www.flughafen-braunschweig.info: Malicious website protection disabled: Note: Web exlusions greyed-out (?) Opening URL http://www.flughafen-braunschweig.info: Questions: Why is a website blocked by Malwarebytes although it is trusted and although it is listed in the Malwarebytes web exclusion list? Why is the option "web exclusions" greyed-out in the Malwarebytes context menu?
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