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  1. Thanks Gonzo & exile360 for clearing that up for me. Much appreciated.
  2. Bit concerned that when I clicked on the Malwarebytes logo on the taskbar I see the normal list, with the addition of "Add Web Exclusion for 185.50.248.98" (see image attached). I've never seen this before and when I Google that IP address it is listed as a Phishing site! I certainly don't what to add an exclusion for a phishing site. Perhaps someone could enlighten me on this and tell me how to clear it from the list?
  3. Thanks Sirlansalittle, In the Chrome Browser, I've turned off Javascript (may restrict some genuine pages though [including this one]), Blocked pop-ups and re-directs and only allowed a few notifications that I prefer to keep. It does seem to be working OK currently, so fingers crossed, your solution works. In the meantime however I've now switched again.... to the Samsung Browser (with ad-blocker included) and Javascript disabled. Seems decent for my needs. Cheers
  4. Thanks for replying Nathan. I've dumped Google Chrome (pity it can't be deleted) and switched to Opera which does not, as yet, seem to be impacted. I tried clearing history & cache to no avail. Backing out of pop-ups didn't work at all; I was simply directed to another pop-up (I've had spoof Google Prizes, YouTube prizes any many more 🙂 ). It's a great pity that major internet suppliers seem to have no recognition of the need to provide a safe, phishing free, environment if they want people to use their services. I'm quite happy to accept non-intrusive advertising but not services which ar
  5. Yes, I suspect that you are right, as I simply don't visit any sites that could be considered disreputable.... but some do contain ads which 'auto-load. Question now is how to remove it.
  6. Today, whenever I visit the Chrome browser on my Samsung mobile, a scamming/phishing 'Giveaway' pop-up appears (similar to the pic attached). Strangely, I have not downloaded any apps recently that could have introduced this addon/malware so I'm unsure how it got there. Since this appeared, I have purchased a yearly subscription to the Malwarebytes for Mobile (I already have it on my laptop) but it finds no issues in a scan. I have cleared all browsing history in Chrome, restarted my mobile etc. but the popups still appear. Is this kind of malicious addon something Malwarebytes would not dete
  7. @tlspiegel Please see Post #5 from DCollins above. The block is being removed so this issue should go away pretty soon.
  8. I have an email that triggers detection Devin and would be happy to send to you but I don't know what you mean by 'export' or how I do that.
  9. I'm having exactly the same issue guyg1 ; started yesterday. Let's hope someone has an idea of what is happening.
  10. Glad I'm not the only one This could wreak havok on eBay users.
  11. Incidentally, the IP address seems to be owned by Akamai Technologies (a company used by eBay to host static content.
  12. Happening since Malwarebytes Anti Malware update today. I get malicious Website Blocked message (see image) when trying to view an item I have listed on eBay. The description of the item is not loaded because, the site being blocked is apparently a legit site used by eBay to store listing description frames. I can use 'manage web exclusions' to allow the site BUT only if I use the IP address (88.221.134.153), not the URL. More importantly, other users are getting this message which is preventing them from viewing (and potentially buying my item). Is this a false positive or is something else g
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