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  1. Hi, Before I start, let me apolagize in advance for my horrible English. I've intalled Malwarebyes and I'm still usign the Pro-Version Trial. I was searching the net for cmd commands, and I went to this site:http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/window-on-windows/make-the-choice-command-work-for-you-even-in-windows-7/5234 A little Windows came saying that Malwarebyes blocked a Ip. Later when I tried to go there again, it bloced a diferente Ip adress. This has happened in other websites too. What is the reason for this? Am I getting hacked, or is it something else? This is a brand new computer, with
  2. I could use some help, for the past couple of days I've seen Malware blocking svchost.exe with a numerous amount of IP's, I didn't bothered saving/typing them somewhere. Then I decided to google the issue to find out that isn't alright, unfortunately I do not know what to do, so I could use a hand. Though I have to mention the fact that a few days ago I fought againt System Care Antivirus thingy, removed it hopefully since I can use the computer normally ( with the use of Combofix, Rkill, Malware Anti-Malware).
  3. For the client push install there is an option to scan ip addresses from file. What format should the file be in?
  4. Malwarebytes is blocking me ([x] Enable malicious website blocking) from accessing 212.117.183.19:9918. It's a legitimate company. I pay a monthly hosting fee, and I use this address for a web-based user unterface. -Steve
  5. I have been getting block warnings popping up listing an ip attack from within the Chrome browser. These happen episodically either for a few days at a time followed by weeks of no activity then recurring. They also happen on different ports. I run scans but each time I do the results report no objects found. I am concerned that my machine might be infected. Please tell me what you find in the attached reports. Attach.txt DDS.txt
  6. Dear Support Team, Recently MBAM has keeps showing multiple IP blocks when I serve the net. I have Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security running. The message (an example) as shown below pops up whenever there is an IP block. The port keeps changing each time IP-BLOCK 89.248.168.164 (Type: outgoing, Port: 49838, Process: coreserviceshell.exe) I would like to check that if everything is alright or is it malware related?
  7. Hi guys. Some months ago we changed host and our forum's new IP is 46.17.101.114 Unfortunately i realized that you have blacklisted our IP for a reason. Some of our users, reported that malwarebytes is blocking our forum. - We NEVER caused any problems in the past 3 years we are running this forum... - We NEVER spammed with any possible way... - We NEVER had any malware content in our forum... So i suppose the previous forum/blog who was using our current IP, is responsible for this blacklist. Please check this out and remove our IP from your back list. Thanks in advance for your time
  8. Look install malwarebytes and I started to block ips and I lock my games i some Internet sites. uninstall it and I still can play online games and locked pages. What do I do? Sorry for the bad English I'm from chile thanks for your help if you help me i love you forever
  9. I was browsing website http://www.up-magazine.info which is hosted by OVH and use a shared IP (213.186.33.87). Thousands of French websites are blocked because 213.186.33.87 is detected has a possible threating IP address.
  10. Please allow me to do this. Malwarebytes often blocks a lot of websites that I use with no warning and it's quite hard to find out if it really is Malwarebytes doing it or something else because there is no alert in the browser that Malwarebytes is responsible for the page not loading. I know there is a way to right click the 'tooltip balloon' that appears when an IP is blocked but sometimes it doesn't appear. So please allow me to do it manually!
  11. Hi, I started to get Identical IP in Network warning from Eset nod32 V5 (trial edition with firewall), and it shows up all the time, almost every single time I go to a new webpage, any idea what it could be? I have searched my computer for Virus with both nod32 and malwarebytes Anti-malware, nothing came up. I dont have the logs, because after I was done seearching with malwarebytes, I go this a message with something like this: Windows security center has been deactivated, click on this message to reactivate it. and seconds after that it restarted... and I started up to safemode, and searched
  12. I would be grateful if you could please provide some assistance. I have been having repeated pop-up alerts from MWB regarding a malicious IP address – I have searched through all of the various messages and threads on this forum, and have carried out all of the suggestions and recommendations that have been made – however, none of these have resolved the problem. MalwareBytes pop up appears from system tray on a round a 5-minute basis – this happens either when I am simply surfing the net, or even if the machine is not being used for anything. The following message is shown “Malwarebytes Succe
  13. Hey, and thanks in advance for any help. So I installed MBAM recently, and it's been blocking outgoing connections to IP addresses really frequently lately. I'm not sure what could be causing these potentially malicious connections...my antivirus protection (Symantec) as well as MBAM consistently give me clean scan results (from quick scans, flash scans, and full scans). I'd really appreciate some help with figuring out what is going on and if I need to do anything about it. Also, I was wondering if I could PM the logs to you in some way? I'd rather not post them publicly unless it's totall
  14. Malwarebytes has been fairly busy blocking IP addresses Firefox is connecting too, I was wondering if anyone could tell me if I should be worried about this? I have Googled and looked up each of the IP addresses that has been blocked, but it wasn't very enlightening. They don't look like sites I have been using (at least purposefully). I came accross this topic in this forum in the false positives section which talks about one of the IP addresses: http://forums.malwar...showtopic=66032 The admin has asked the poster to put their logs in a new thread here, that post was quite a while ago, so
  15. The website www.bolytv.com is being blocked when I try to access it. Works on computers without MAM. 2012/03/11 10:35:12 -0400 THEMAINFRAME Main PC IP-BLOCK 128.127.109.122 (Type: outgoing, Port: 53775, Process: chrome.exe)
  16. Hey, So I installed MBAM recently, and it's been blocking outgoing connections to IP addresses really frequently lately. I'm not sure what could be causing these potentially malicious connections...my antivirus protection (Symantec) as well as MBAM consistently give me clean scan results (from quick scans, flash scans, and full scans). I'd really appreciate some help with figuring out what is going on and if I need to do anything about it. Thanks in advance!
  17. Hello, I could use some help please. Situation: malwarebytes continues to, thankfully, block outgoing traffic. Examples: 2012/02/06 14:29:37 -0600 EEE1111-PC EEE1111 IP-BLOCK 78.26.187.12 (Type: outgoing, Port: 50490, Process: skype.exe) 2012/02/06 14:29:37 -0600 EEE1111-PC EEE1111 IP-BLOCK 78.26.187.12 (Type: outgoing, Port: 50490, Process: skype.exe) 2012/02/06 13:00:14 -0600 EEE1111-PC EEE1111 IP-BLOCK 83.128.90.8 (Type: outgoing, Port: 50490, Process: skype.exe) 2012/02/06 13:00:14 -0600 EEE1111-PC EEE1111 IP-BLOCK 83.128.90.8 (Type: outgoing, Port: 50490, Process: skype.exe) 2012/02/06 1
  18. Hello there, yesterday I installed Malwarebytes because of a computerworm that infected my system (W32.Ramnit.E , Shortcutvirus "copytoshortcutto(1)-(4)). I formatted format C en cleared my system, so that now no antivirusprogramm can find a threat. I think its cleared now, but I can´t be a 100% sure. Malwarebytes finds nothing. A few minutes ago a bubble popped up saying, it blocked an outgoing IP, 212.117.166.177. I wasn´t onlinegaming (saw a similar thread here), just working on my word-document. May that be a leftover of the worm, trying to reach outside or is it harmless? Thanks for the h
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