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  1. Just finished the full scan and am happy to report that MBAM didn't report any threats after it scanned the whole pc plus the original file in question. Thanks for the help! Fresh.txt
  2. I successful deleted the HubbleCache file, running a full scan now to see if anything procs. Will reply in an hour.
  3. At over an hour later after restoring the file, a second scan shows that the file is still being flagged as malware. Just wanted to update and alert you. Hope to have this issue resolved soon. Star Wars Malware 2.txt
  4. Hello! I ran my scanner tonight before starting my work, and I noticed MBAM pipped on something in my Steam library, labeling the application launcher in my Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds library as malware. The file it flagged was E:\STEAMLIBRARY\STEAMAPPS\COMMON\STAR WARS - GALACTIC BATTLEGROUNDS SAGA\GAME\PLAYER.EXE . I strongly suspect that this is a false positive, but I wanted to make sure of this before I begun working on my computer tonight. If I could get a tech, an expert, or staff member to look into this, I'd greatly appreciate it. I've included screens shots and the exported report down below. Thank you, and I hope to hear from someone A.S.A.P. -Sorr Star Wars.txt
  5. So it's safe to restore the afflicted file?
  6. I did quarantine the file just to be sure.
  7. Hello! I was recently doing a full scan of my PC when MBAM reported a detection on my HDD dedicated for video games. The file in question is located in my Steam Library's files for Half-Life 2, under, "COMMON\HALF-LIFE 2\BIN\DMXCONVERT.EXE" . The type of malware is called, "Malware.AI.4098362766." This made me curious as it's located in my Steam files, not somewhere malware typically is known to be harbored, but then again anything's possible. I scanned the folder with Windows Security, and nothing came back positive. I believe this might be a false positive. I ran the file in question through VirusTotal, and it shows two engines detecting it (https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/d8dce9bae7239b200e4f5559106625e5f1649d4f97be5407bb94855f4b89059e/detection). I noticed that Malwarebytes isn't picking it up on Virustotal. I was wondering if I could get a confirmation that this is indeed malware or just a false positive. If I could have a technician, admin, or otherwise verify this for me, that would be greatly appreciated. I've attached screencaps and the .txt extraction below. Thanks, and I hope to hear from you A.S.A.P. -Sorr report.txt
  8. Sorr


    Oh, okay; no problems then. Thank you!
  9. Good Evening! I just noticed my Malwarebytes blocked Steam a couple times while I was away from my PC doing chores. Is this a False Positive, or did funky things actually go down with Steam while I was away? If I could get an expert or someone to verify these were both F.P.'s, that's be great; MBam isn't currently flagging Steam right now, but I figured it's better to be safe than sorry. Sorry if this was already resolved/redundant. Thank you! -Sorr steam.txt steam 2.txt
  10. Hello! I just received an alert by my Malwarebytes 4.0 that it blocked an outbound connection to a Steam website. I just wanted to know if this is a false positive, or a legitimate threat. I've attached my log and screenshots below. If I could get a fast response by a staff member/expert, that would be greatly appreciated as this occurred on my work computer. Thanks, and I hope to hear from you soon! steam report.txt
  11. I see what you mean about that IP having multiple domains, got two more popups from Mbam today, but this time on my desktop. Funny thing is, they're both urls I've asked for clarification on before in separate threads lol; one linked to Steam's webpage & the other to Microsoft. I checked both reports and both incidents shared the same IP address that keeps being flagged. Makes me wonder if these legitimate websites can even do anything to change their IP to something dissociated with fraudulent domains entirely.
  12. Okay! So it's not related to the actual web domains insomuch as the actual IP addresses tied to them? I haven't noticed Mbam pop up anymore since early this morning, so it must've been resolved.
  13. This just seems strange to me that Mbam is blocking two urls tied to Microsoft. Maybe both shared an IP address that an old malicious domain shared?
  14. Hello! I just booted up my laptop after two days, and my Malwarebytes is blocking connections that appear to be associated with Microsoft Office 2016, listing the reasons as fraud. I haven't installed anything new since my last time using my laptop, and the last time I've scanned my PC, the report came back negative. I've attached the reports for both blockings below. Can I get a Staff member/expert to verify this & advise me what to do next. Thank you for your time & I hope to hear from you soon. Office Fraud.txt Office Fraud 2.txt
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