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  1. I believe he stated that his computer restarts before running Malwarebytes. In that case, try to restart your computer in Safe Mode.
  2. If you've searched for <whatever filename> and found no results, its either brand new or utilizes random filename morphing. Just focus on getting rid of it. You might also want to try surfing the web via the Guest account only.
  3. Just as I suspected, the virus was embedded deep within the registry. I have since removed it via manual methods. All is well.
  4. Ugh. Ok, already. I got it the first time. I am not trying to force the issue any further. How the heck do I delete this topic?!
  5. I was attempting a virus removal on a client's computer yesterday and immediately knew a virus was present based on the fact that Malwarebytes was no longer able to start (it was running just fine prior to the virus). I then notice that an out of place program was present in the registry Run section. It was one of those programs that when you remove it from the registry, though, two seconds later it puts itself right back in. You can just sit back doing absolutely nothing and watch it re-add itself. I then searched here and found information on how to remove it, so I thought. I used Process Ex
  6. Well ok then. I am not asking for help via a log though. I know how to interpret logs myself.
  7. I was attempting a virus removal on a client's computer yesterday and immediately knew a virus was present based on the fact that Malwarebytes was no longer able to start (it was running just fine prior to the virus). I then notice that an out of place program was present in the registry Run section. It was one of those programs that when you remove it from the registry, though, two seconds later it puts itself right back in. You can just sit back doing absolutely nothing and watch it re-add itself. I then searched here and found information on how to remove it, so I thought. I used Proc
  8. OK. Maybe they cleaned it up. I'm sure you did your best.
  9. I think the problem is that I gave you the IP Address to the domain but that was not the IP that was blocked though. In the first one, I went to the user forums and got blocked. And on the second one, I didn't get blocked until selecting tires for a Honda Civic.
  10. I forgot to id the domains. The first one is e46fanatics.com and the second one is americantire.com.
  11. I read that pinned post before but obviously missed that important tidbit of information.
  12. I feel it would be terrific if when an IP address is blocked, that you have an option to go to the site anyways. Reporting a false positive, then waiting for the database to be updated is not very convenient. I know you all mean good and well, but if someone chooses to go to the site anyways after being forewarned, then that's on them and not Malwarebytes. I feel one should be allowed to take the risk regardless. Or as alternate option, that I have seen on another program, is to allow exceptions to the blocked IP database.
  13. On the first IP address, I was trying to get to the user forums (link is up top). On the second IP address, I was trying to select tires for a Honda Civic.
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