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  1. I haven't received any inbound yet aside the malvertising 22 January, but i'll keep an eye out for another 1 - 2 months. If anything happens again i'll let you know, thanks Ron.
  2. Thanks for the reply Ron, and sorry i forgot to notice the updated information about ublock origin before. Ublock origin is in my extension for chrome now.
  3. Hi Ron i rechecking FRST after updated my windows and notice there's another ADS appearing in Addition.txt, i'm not sure where that ADS come from. AlternateDataStreams: C:\Users\Mike\Application Data:00e481b5e22dbe1f649fcddd505d3eb7 [394] AlternateDataStreams: C:\Users\Mike\AppData\Roaming:00e481b5e22dbe1f649fcddd505d3eb7 [394] Addition.txt FRST.txt
  4. I'll keep an eye out if the block will happening again or not. The uBlock Origin link you provided, a lot of users review from chrome extension saying that it's a scam? I'll read some of the follow up reading you provided. Thanks for the help Ron.
  5. I have no idea what Alternate Data Streams is. It seems some of the program i used before, but never updated any of it, this is quite an old PC. I ran the fixlist.txt and restart the PC just like what you said. Fixlog.txt
  6. So probing by hackers is happens often and nearly everyone in the world that connected to internet have the same problem like mine? I noticed every month at least there are 3 until 8 notification that either trojan or malvertising with different IP, there's a gap between a few days, rare occasion hours. Can i block the port instead of the IP? I made 2 rules that block incoming inbound local port 123, 135, 1900 and 139, 445, 3389 but one of them got blocked again by malwarebytes, so i guess the rules didn't work. Should i just ignore the notification since malwarebytes did the job blocking the inbound connection? The scan show no infection on my PC. Addition.txt FRST.txt Log.txt Scan.txt
  7. Hi, i'm still getting some/more blocked inbound connection but it happens rarely and i noticed almost every month - some blocked inbound connection happens. My last post is quite a long time ago Is this attack is random? or is it normal? Inbound01.txt Inbound02.txt Inbound03.txt Addition.txt FRST.txt
  8. I haven't got any block notification anymore since 21/10 (notification still turned on). I reinstalled the chrome and delete all cookies and caches yesterday night, never syncing any account to my chrome tho. I also recently update my Windows 8.1 to the latest today, haven't got any incident yet on my PC. Just in case i activated premium feature on my phone this morning and scan on both PC and Phone show no infection.
  9. Is it possible that the one infected is my wi-fi or modem? Since i notice a strange can't connect while browsing with my phone like what happened on my pc, then the it got blocked by Malwarebytes.
  10. The CPU-Z is uninstalled (i never use it since 1 year ago) and reset the chrome (now suddenly my youtube is using the old design). But i think i'm on the clear for now.
  11. Scanning with the older version of adwcleaner (v5.014) somehow able to detect some files C:\ProgramData\mntemp Key Found : [x64] HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{95B7759C-8C7F-4BF1-B163-73684A933233} Key Found : HKU\.DEFAULT\Software\Avg Secure Update Key Found : HKCU\Software\Avg Secure Update Key Found : [x64] HKCU\Software\Avg Secure Update Odd that the new version (v7.240) didn't detect this... Everything seems fine now that this files deleted.
  12. here it is Addition.txt FRST.txt report1.txt report2.txt report3.txt
  13. somehow i notice that i only get this pop-up message when i'm only watching youtube?
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