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  1. I'll make it short. Suggestions: Auto-detection of online shops and bank sites; once you go shopping/banking, you don't have to enable any extra security. MBAE detects the site you're opining and takes actions like sandboxing, disabling addons etc. for more secure experienceA plugin button in the browser itself to enable some kind of "turbo mode" with enhanced security with one clickIntegration with MBAM to automaticly check sites an user is visiting in order to upload malware and site data for analysing. Of course it should be opt-in. That way your databases would update all the time and provide security for others when one makes a mistake Question: Will you need translators help with the new program? If so, just ask the group.
  2. The language pack had a unneeded empty line after the #217 translation which is "Lataa:". It causes the problem. Downloading the language pack from RubberDuckys post and extracting it to the "Languages" folder should fix the problem till they will include it in an update. Remember to restart MBam after to finish the change. Sorry for that ~Fs
  3. I have defragged it like 5 times in the past month. And run Defraggler disk check and Live OneCare disk check. I do have Radeon 9800XT and just cleaned the inside and fans from dust when I changed the other RAM to a betterone. I don't know if all the fans are working, SpeedFan doesn't show them al...
  4. And one more thing... Is Graphics card temperature on 80 Celsius safe?
  5. But sometimes after start-up ATI Monitor sends reports that Graphics Accelerator doesn't response to orders or something like that and it has been reseted. Right before receiving that message, my screen goes blank and then returns normal.
  6. Well, this is quite old system(bought in 2004 I think...) Luckily my PC haven't freezed after removing them and rebooting(well, it froze soon after deleting those auto-runs, so that was my "boot"). There's just a good way to handle those freezes: When you start your PC, after loading your profile let the computer be alone for like 10-20 minutes. After that it rarely freezes. I'll report back after few more start-ups...
  7. I just installed PC Tools Firewall and Peer Block so they shouldn't be the reason. I was wondering if Mbam could cause it because SYSTEM Service Mbamservice.exe hogs a lot of CPU usage(10-50%) for some time after start-up, then stabilizes. The freezes are sometimes related to uTorrent and starting up my external hard drive(which also take a lot of CPU). So could it be because of CPU can't handle the processes, which require a lot of resources, at the same time? Deleting those Autoruns...
  8. Here's the AutoRuns log as .rar if it's OK The Progs.bat didn't create a log file AutoRuns.rar
  9. I'm not sure about Vistas functions but check if you have unchecked any boxes in "Services"-tab or "Startup"-tab. At least on XP it causes my computer to choose "Selective start"
  10. I agree. And can't wait to get my hands on the Shuriken tomorrow
  11. So could you give us info about your PC and other security softwares. Have you tried to re-install Mbam?
  12. Thanks for the help, I'll send further info and Autoruns log tomorrow
  13. Well, better not to remove any of those. But I recommend to use CCleaner or any other temp cleaner program to clean the temp files folder.
  14. The files in Applications Data and Local Settings may be removed. Do not remove any other(system files)! The go to the "HiJack This Logs - Malware removal" and post a new topic there to receive assistance from the experts Ps. I'd recommend to update to the WinXP Service Pack 3 for better level of security.
  15. Thanks for the possible reasons, but I'm already aware of them Does someone here know a good (free) programs for fixing the registry?
  16. I also recommend to download and run a P2P software searcher tool to detect hidden or undetected p2p software. Think they can bee found by googling "p2p software detector" or something like that
  17. Looks like that something has erased the program paths from between desktop icons and actual program files. Have you tried to defragment your hard drive?
  18. Are you aware that PeerGuardian 2 has like 10% of existing IPs blocked, including masses of good IPs(might be a rumour)?
  19. Yes, disabling Mbam surely isn't the right answer. Are you sure that you closed uTorrent from right-click on task bar image and "close". Cause if you just click the red cross at the upper right corner, uTorrent minimizes, it doesn't close -> IP Blocks still appear I have also received IP Blocks whilst the computer is idle. Do you notice any kind of unusual behavior or have yyou recently installed new softwares?
  20. Yes, p2p downloading is piracy, which is illegal. So download at your own risk. About malware on p2p, it's not that risky to use uTorrent. You just have to use torrents that have high user ratings and positive comments. They more likely are clean for malware. If you accept that your son downloads "illegally" by using uTorrent, I'd say that uTorrent is one of the safest p2p softwares, cause it's easy to pick good files(you have to search for torrents from specified torrent engine web pages). It's also good to have Mbam running and decreasing the risk with IP Block, just remember to disable the annoying pop-ups Piracy is illegal - use it at your own risk. Around 100 individuals are sued every month!
  21. It seems that you don't have the rights to delete files already existing. Are you trying to reinstall Mbam? Are you using the administrator profile or restricted?
  22. When uTorrent is on, but not downloading, it's still connected to peers for keeping up the lists. That also triggers IP Block.
  23. Yes, uTorrent is connected to whole lot of peers(other computers) which are used for downloading files. When uTorrent connects to a IP that is flagged as a malicious in Malwarebytes' list, Mbam blocks it and sends a pop-up. You should not be worried, no one is trying to acess your computer. uTorrent is just trying to download something that your son has set it to download
  24. So should the NProtect Keycrypt program appear in the "add/remove program"-tool? Or where should I be able to detect (and remove) the installation? Ps. I do have the npcrypt.dll file in my C:/Windows/System32/ directory and didn't find any malware etc in it at online scans. Ps2. I usually have time for my PC only on weekends from fri to sun. And many many thanks for your help, I really appreciate it <FS>
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