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  1. Done. I quit Malwarebytes and rebooted my machine. I can still go to that website, same result.
  2. Not sure how to remove these settings. However, I don't think that removing these settings will fix the problem. I also used Microsoft Edge browser to go to hxxp://www.raxco.com/ and Malwarebytes did NOT block it. So the problem to be fixed is not browser-related. This is part of Kaspersky Internet Security (bundled software). OpenVPN is not enabled here. Only if you enable it can you use it. So this is not the reason why Web Protection doesn't work here. Even if I disable Kaspersky (an OpenVPN), Malwarebytes Web Protection does NOT work.
  3. No VPN/Proxy software used here. Thanks for checking, @Firefox
  4. Would be interesting to find out whether it's just me who who can access hxxp://www.raxco.com/ when Malwarebytes web protection is enabled.
  5. I tried it one minute ago. I disabled Kaspersky, cleared browser cache and went to hxxp://www.raxco.com/ - same result. MBAM did NOT prevent me from accessing hxxp://www.raxco.com/
  6. Done. Requested logs uploaded. Thanks! Addition.txt FRST.txt mb-check-results.zip
  7. I'm back. I installed the latest version and activated my key. Unfortunately, nothing has changed: - MBAM blocks iptest.malwarebytes.com - MBAM does NOT block hxxp://www.raxco.com/ Edit: The results for Firefox and MS Edge are identical.
  8. Once the cleanup process is completed, a prompt will appear: Yes – will proceed and post reboot you will be prompted to continue with the downloading, installation and activation of latest version of Malwarebytes 3.x No such prompt here. MB-Clean removed MBAM. That's all it did. No prompt, nothing. And yes, I did reboot. Seems like not even the removal tool is working for me. PS: Removal log uploaded. mb-clean-results.txt
  9. - latest version of MBAM Premium (, latest database - OS: Windows 10 Home Premium 32-bit - Firefox 53.0.3 PS: Just tried to reach hxxp://www.raxco.com/ via MS Edge - same result. MBAM does not block it.
  10. Web protection is functioning by visiting iptest.malwarebytes.com. As expected, MBAM blocks the page. However, I can go to hxxp://www.raxco.com/ without any problems at all.
  11. Is this site still being blocked? I can reach it without any problems. Hm...
  12. I read the user guide earlier today. So it is probably not a good idea to change the default settings for anti-exploit protection. Again, thank you very much for your help. Much appreciated.
  13. OK, thanks, @nikhils Will use the default settings from now on.
  14. Dear all! I have a questions regarding the anti-exploit settings. I enabled all anti-exploit settings available, no problems so far. However, I'm wondering if my "overkill" settings are OK to use or whether it is always recommended to use the default settings, just to be on the safe side. What anti-exploit settings do you prefer - (almost) everything enabled or just the default settings? Thanks for you help/information in advance.
  15. I got a new key from your kind support team. It works like a charm! Thanks for all you do here. MBAM rocks! (And so does the support team!)
  16. OK, I'll create a support ticket now. Again, thanks very much for your help.
  17. Thanks for your help. PM with license details sent.
  18. Hi have a lifetime license that cannot be activated. I'm told my license has been used to often and can therefore not be activated. What am I supposed to do now? Thanks for your help in advance.
  19. Thank you very much for help. Much appreciated.
  20. Part of the compression program 7-ZIP from http://www.7-zip.org/ (7zFM.exe) is flagged as ransomware. Logs attached. If you need more info, please let me know. 7zFM.zip logs.zip Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware.zip
  21. No date has been fixed yet. https://forums.malwarebytes.org/topic/182005-off-beta/#comment-1035648
  22. The good news if, if you are running MBARW, you should never get encrypted anyways I do hope you're right. ;-) Anyway, maybe it should also be possible for MBARW users to secure files and folders, so that ransomware cannot encrypt them (preventing files from being opened, deleted, accessed, modified etc. with the exception of trusted applications). I know there are third-party apps which do just that but it would be much more convenient if MBARW also offered this sort of additional (and essential) protection. Just my 2 cents.
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