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  1. Sorry I took so long. BTW, it's only happened that one time. FRST.txt
  2. I did a Google search for the restaurant we're headed to tonight, and clicked the link for it. Malwarebytes immediately jumped up and ate something, blocking the site change. I backed up to the Google search, eyeballed the link and clicked again, and got the restaurant site. I'm trying now to figure out what just happened. Is this something on my computer? Was it an attempted pop-up ad? I use uBlock, but MWB may have been faster on the page load. If it was indeed an ad on their site, I'd like to let the restaurant know. Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protect
  3. I've been made aware of a website spoofing a legitimate site that I regularly use. I'm concerned I may click on one of its links from a search result without realizing it soon enough. How do I know if it's blacklisted; if it isn't, how would I go about adding it as a blacklisted site? I don't exactly want to click on it and see what happens >< Apparently there's no native ability in Chrome to blacklist sites - you have to install an extension - so I was hoping perhaps I could do it via MWB. http://www.wowhead.com/news=260729/warning-wowhead-search-results-maliciously-targeted
  4. Thanks! When I read your post, I went to try it... and exactly as you said, it turned on after just a couple of seconds.
  5. Just started for me today, exactly as described by Jim_UK, except it doesn't take more than a minute or so after reboot for the message to re-appear. This is the first time it's happened to me. v3.0.6.1469
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