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  1. Hello, Part 1 is here -->https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/239670-well-intentioned-site-marked-as-phishing/?tab=comments#comment-1282758 Windows activation issues prevented me finishing the previous post before it was closed. I fixed them. Now I have a new installation, and the website in question is still causing an alert. A friend's website gets a Malwarebytes Phishing alert (Outgoing from Firefox.exe) I am concerned about the negative publicity this may cause. My Firefox is up-to-date with no extensions and only 2 plug-ins -> OPENH264(Cisco Systems) and Widev
  2. The world is an odd place... After all that Malwarebytes has corrected for me, I never thought I'd see the day to return the vibe.. Thanks again, all you people.
  3. Well the activation failed, I may not have used the right installation iso. I'm going to have to start over. Thanks for your help, Ron. I'll be back when I've solved this issue.
  4. Hi Gonzo, When I access forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/239671-typo-in-learn-menu/?tab=comments#comment-1282659, I get to the page I am writing this on. I see a few tabs at the top of the page, as in the uploaded photo. The last tab is called "Learn", and the 7th item on the menu says "phising". When I click on it, I get to a page with this URL - malwarebytes.com/phishing/, so I thought it might be a typo. Cheers Jaiket
  5. Hello Ron, Thanks for your reply. I think my system should be safe, because it is a new clean installation of Windows, with a downloaded Firefox from the Mozilla site. That said I did get a malware alert for a Filezilla download from Sourceforge. My windows is not activated yet, I have to go through the phone because I moved my license to a new machine. Once I have activated it, I would be pleased if you took the time to see if anything is going on with my system, if you are OK to do that for a free installation of Malwarebytes. I shall deal with the Windows activation now (I hope).
  6. Hi, The learn menu has a typo - phising.
  7. Hello and thanks to MWB for the great tools. One of my local gyms has a site built by a non-tech person with Cabanova. When I access the site, I get a phishing alert. There is another post here where Cabanova deny being a phishing site. I like the guys who run the gym, and would like to help them out if possible by letting them know how to remove this negative aspect of their site. Is there any way of telling if the phishing is part of the user-created content, or if it is part of the Cabanova platform, or if it is a false positive. Here's a bit of the log. I didn't publish it a
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