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  1. I was talking about the other guy's thread tho. Should i take it as yes? haha Then I prefer not to exclude Deluge from Malwarebytes so i can check the ip addresses and ports, just in case if p2p is that troublesome. May i have some advices to be as safe as possible aside of using vpn or not downloading unauthorized material?
  2. Thanks for the reply. I'm confused, i read here RTP detection popping up repeatedly - Resolved Malware Removal Logs - Malwarebytes Forums that some of this attacks are "bots scanning and probing to look for exploits or in some cases trying to brute force run an exploit password attack on objects like RDP". Should I worry about this detections not being specific sites in shared servers but actual bots or this is a specific case not related with p2p clients?
  3. I've read some similar threads of the same topic in the forum but couldn't find any solution to my problem. Similiar to the guy that posted this Having a problem with Malwarebytes, deluge and some IP - Resolved Malware Removal Logs - Malwarebytes Forums , i have multiple outbound connections RTP detections of Trojan, Compromised and RiskWare events with deluge.exe as source. When i open Deluge, dozens of ips from several different ports apparently are trying to scan/brute force into my pc and as i read here RTP detection outbound - Resolved Malware Removal Logs - Malwarebytes Forums , Del
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