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BillH99999

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  1. The original problem posted in this thread is still not fixed in the latest beta 1.0.835. Bill
  2. Looks like this one has been fixed in the latest beta 1.0.835. Thanks! Bill
  3. @lcfx_lain That is not quite what I am experiencing. My PC doesn't stutter and the sound doesn't get worse over time. For me when the problem occurs it just freezes my PC for 4 or 5 seconds and while this is happening the PC makes a buzzing sound out of the speakers. Then it is fine until the next time it happens. I've had it happen as many as 3 or 4 times in a day and then it can go for many days without a problem. At first I thought it was related to streaming video from the web, but then it happened when I was watching a DVD and not streaming. Bill
  4. Another update. I have now gone 4 days with web protection enabled and with the Nvidia HD audio drivers disabled and I have not experienced the problem. As I mentioned earlier, the problem sometimes doesn't manifest itself for days so I'm still waiting to see if it happens. I'll get back with another update next week or when it happens (if it does). Bill
  5. OK... I disabled the Nvidia HD audio drivers and re-enabled web protection in MB. I'll let you know what happens. Thanks, Bill
  6. I am not using the speakers in my monitors. I use external speakers, so I could disable the Nvidia audio drivers. The thing I don't understand is why this would have anything to do with web protection in Malwarebytes being enabled or disabled. Should I go ahead and disable these drivers and turn web protection back on and see what happens? I don't want to interfere with whatever investigation @LiquidTension is doing. Thanks, Bill
  7. Hi @LiquidTension Yes, I do have those drivers installed. Here are the logs you requested. Thanks, Bill mbst-grab-results.zip
  8. Also, I have changed the title of this thread. As I mentioned in comment #9, the problem happened the other day when I was not streaming. So I've changed the title to "Intermittent system freezing and buzzing" which are the symptoms I am experiencing. Bill
  9. Another update. I have gone since last Wednesday with web protection turned off and have not experienced the problem. So... it appears that it is web protection that is causing the problem. I don't like to run with that feature turned off so I was wondering what steps you would like me to take now in order to help you figure out what is going on. Thanks, Bill
  10. Now when I open and click on the settings cog wheel it is opening the settings to the Allow List tab without prompting me for my password. Once there I am able to add items to the allow list without having to enter my password. For a security program this seems like a major bug and should be fixed asap. At the very least About tab should be the default tab so that nothing of any importance is available prior to entering the password. Bill
  11. Less than a day after turn web protection back on I have had two instances of everything freezing for about 3 or 4 seconds with a buzzing sound. I was not streaming anything from the web. I was watching a DVD on one screen and I opened a document in EditPad Lite on another screen. It was when I opened the document in EditPad Lite that everything froze up. It cleared itself up and everything continued as normal. Since I wasn't streaming at the time, I'm not sure if web protection is really involved, but I will turn it back off and see what happens. Bill
  12. I went to the site https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-update and got a block on ipv4.login.msa.akadns6.net which as far as I can tell is the logon for the site. I did a virus total and it isn't flagged anywhere. Here is the detection log. Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 2/10/20 Protection Event Time: 8:29 AM Log File: 865a4bb0-4c22-11ea-a5fa-b88584a6ed27.json -Software Information- Version: 4.0.4.49 Components Version: 1.0.810 Update Package Version: 1.0.18996 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 18362.592) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: System -Blocked Website Details- Malicious Website: 1 , C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe, Blocked, -1, -1, 0.0.0 -Website Data- Category: Phishing Domain: ipv4.login.msa.akadns6.net IP Address: 40.90.137.120 Port: 443 Type: Outbound File: C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe (end) Thanks, Bill
  13. An update... I ran for three days with Web Protection off and did not experience the issue. I'll turn it back on and run it for awhile and see what happens. Bill
  14. @AdvancedSetup Yes, that was kind of my thought, but when I saw that someone else was having the same thing happen and they seemed to pin it down to Malwarebytes, I thought maybe it could have something to do with my issue as well. In my searches on the web I haven't come across any other ideas for what might be causing it. Freezing and a buzzing sound is exactly what is happening to me. Of course it could have nothing to do with MB. I've been tearing my hair out for 3 or 4 weeks. Bill
  15. @AdvancedSetup I will do that. It has been about 3 days since it last did it. It doesn't seem to follow any "schedule". It will happen 3 or 4 times in one day and then not happen for days. I will turn off web protection and see what happens and report back. Thanks, Blil
  16. PC randomly freezing with a buzzing sound. This usually lasts about 4 or 5 seconds and then my screens go blank and come back and then all is fine. A few times I have had to reboot the machine. I have actually had this happen maybe 10 or 15 times over the last month or so and hadn't been able to pin down what was going on. I can't find any problems with my hardware or software. No malware or viruses. For me it usually happens while streaming from Netflix or Xfinity. Hadn't really thought it could be a Malwarebytes problem. I am on 4.0.4.49, 1.0.810. Should I start up my own thread here on the forum? Bill Edited: Since this was split off another post, I have edited it to explain the problem I am seeing.
  17. I can confirm that I am no longer getting blocked on any org.uk site now. Thanks, Bill
  18. Can anyone from staff give us an indication of what is going on and what we can expect? Bill
  19. If the scan didn't run while the computer was off then why would it show that it had been scanning for 50 minutes after it was started back up.
  20. It looks like it is a "bad" site. This is what Virus Total show:
  21. I have tried a couple other org.uk sites that I use and they are blocked as well. If this TLD block was put in intentionally then we need the ability to whitelist an entire TLD as well. It would be crazy to have to whitelist them a site at a time. There are too many legitimate org.uk sites. I'm hoping this was unintentional and it will be fixed soon. Bill
  22. This didn't work for me. It appeared to work until I closed Chrome and reopened it and then the site was blocked again. Bill
  23. I am not blocked in Firefox, only in Chrome. So... we have one person blocked only in Chrome, one blocked only in Firefox, and one not blocked in either. Very strange. Bill
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