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  1. So, I upgraded to windows 10 from an activated version of windows 7, everything looked fine, however, I quickly discovered that my computer cannot connect to the internet, I tried an ethernet cable, a tp link wireless wi-fi adapter and usb tethering - nothing seemed to work. I cannot troubleshoot network setting, netsh commands and others on command prompt havn't helped, neither did Mini tool box, driver uninstallation/reinstallation, updating etc. ... It seems this might be related to a malware issue, sadly I cannot run malwarebytes as I do not have a connection to the internet and for some reason sharing the files through an usb doesnt work either, as the installed doesn't boot, when it does I just get the same error which tells me that I need an internet connection, all I could do is run FRST64 and rkill. Help would be greatly appreciated as I do not know what to do next, seems like I've tried everything I can, and it's been annoying me for the past 3 days. Result.txt Rkill.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  2. Hi everyone, a few days ago I ran an ipconfig and noticed I had a DNS prefix: utopia.net. After a few more scans, I noticed that all my traffic was redirected through that site. I tried running Malwarebytes, but it wouldn't open. After running adwcleaner, I could run it, but it didn't find anything. ipconfig still reported that utopia.net redirection was still there. I scanned the registry and manually deleted all entries containing this name, I edited the DNS registry entry to point to my DNS and locked the entry to prevent it from being modified. I did a flushdns and ipconfig reported that the redirection was finally gone. I added rules in my firewall to prevent any access to the site or any of the IPs I found associated to it. Now, after a week or so, I find again that this DNS prefix has come back! Again I ran MB, but it doesn't find anything. I'm not cleaning the registry by hand again, as it proved to be only a temporary solution. I'm attaching FRST's and mbam's reports. Thank you! MB Report.txt Shortcut.txt Addition.txt FRST.txt
  3. I installed Malwarebytes 3.3.1.2183 on our Server 2008 R2 Domain Controller / Exchange Server. "Website Blocking" breaks all functions on the Domain Controller that require internet access, including the Exchange Server, Malewarebytes Licensing and Malewarebytes Updates. Microsoft Domain Controllers use their own internal DNS server for on-board applications with the internal DNS server handling those DNS requests for internet web sites. This would be problem for all Microsoft Domain Controllers with Malwarebytes 3 so I am hoping there is a well-known solution. One work-around, is to add an external DNS server address to the Domain Controller's network adaptor, but that is not a recommended configuration for a Domain Controller. The domain controller is supposed to use its own DNS server which forwards DNS requests to a public DNS server for internal clients including itself.
  4. Hello all, I am trialing a VPN solution for my workplace. We are using the in built CISCO Meraki VPN Client Server to setup and maintain the VPN. The main goal of the VPN is to allow sales and technical staff access to network mapped resources back at HQ, and to allow the technicians to remotely enter customers sites. We setup all sites so that only our HQ IP address can access them remotely for security purposes. One of the key requirements of this VPN is to have FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) resolve correctly both onsite and offsite of HQ. Onto the issue at hand. On clients not running Malwarebytes, I can successfully connect to the VPN, ping network resources by both their IP and FQDN, and map network drives. On my test laptop running Windows 10 and Malwarebytes 3, I cannot ping FQDN and as a result cannot map network drives. I can ping network resources via their IP, however this is not ideal due to possible IP changes in the near future then requiring that all client PC's have their network mappings updated. After some troubleshooting I was able to narrow the issue down to Malwarebytes by first disabling it and been able to successfully ping FQDN, and then further narrowed down to Web Protection by following the same process. I have tried adding an exclusion for the external IP of the VPN server but this has not helped. Details of the type of VPN used are below: VPN Server: Cisco Meraki Firewall Type: IPsec2 / Pre-shared Key VPN Server using onsite nameserver as DNS. We are currently investigating antivirus solutions to role out to our whole team and unfortunately this is painting a black spot on Malwarebytes as been the choosen solution. I have used Malwarebytes for years and hold it in high regard, hopefully this can be resolved with the communities help Thanks, Lord_LolzWorth
  5. Hi, I installed Malwarebyte 3.4.5 Premium, all work witout problem until I connect with VPN (ex. my office's vpn). After I enabled vpn connection after some time, my system stop dns name resolution; not all domains and every time blocked sites are different. (Ex. some time google.com, some time other sites) VPN is a PPTP VPN and I connect using Windows 10 with windows build-in client. Just for example : Before VPN connection: C: \ Users \ fabia> nslookup flapsystem.monday.com Server: afdcprd001.af-group.private Address: 172.20.0.200 Response from a non-authoritative server: Name: flapsystem.monday.com Addresses: 2400: cb00: 2048: 1 :: 6819: 4061 2400: cb00: 2048: 1 :: 6819: 3f61 104.25.63.97 104.25.64.97 After establishing the VPN connection: C: \ Users \ fabia> nslookup flapsystem.monday.com Server: afdcprd001.af-group.private Address: 172.20.0.200 DNS request timed out. timeout was 2 seconds. DNS request timed out. timeout was 2 seconds. DNS request timed out. timeout was 2 seconds. If I disable Malwarebyte real time web protection all work again. If I enable again real time web protection the problem come back again after some moment. Can someone help me? Thank a lot. Fabiano
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