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  1. Please help! I have an HP stream 11 and it suddenly had a message come up regarding malware?? I've tried everything I've read in forums for the last 24 and nothing had helped, it's just getting worse. I no longer I'm able to delete certain files because I don't have to permission. Malwarebytes keeps popping up with a message telling me that PUPs have blocked me from going to a site that I'm trying to go to to clean the virus. I have downloaded as many different malware removers as I can but my computer is becoming less and less usable. Please help!!! Also, every scanner/detector, comes back wi
  2. Hello all, I have been reading through the forum and following the advice of the forum moderators I have decided to create my own topic. Earlier today I upgraded the free version of Malwarebytes to the 14-day premium version. Since the download has been completed, I have been getting non-stop warnings for websites blocked that are being detected as malicious. The ports are constantly changing, but the common theme is that they all come from the same IP address (, are all outbound, and originate from svchost.exe I have downloaded and ran the programs listed here htt
  3. Is there is a way to block this malicious webpage? It pops up after I log in to Yahoo and am directed to the Yahoo home page. If I do not immediately leave the Yahoo home page, the attd zipped page appears. If I do not immediately close the tab, it locks the screen and I am unable to close the tab. I must power down the laptop and restart it to get rid of the page. This only happens upon logging in to Yahoo. (I don't know what would happen if I didn't log in to Yahoo and just visited the home page.) archive.zip
  4. I installed Malwarebytes to scan for potential viruses on my PC. Following that scan I had no issues shown on my system. However, I was placed on the Premium trial during which MAlwarebytes was using its active protection to detect and block access to "malicious sites". However, this blocked me from using many trusted services, including application like Teamspeak and Discord as well as seeming to block any and all use of game servers. I attempted to use the exclusion function to restore my access however that has yet to work. I also attempted to uninstall Malwarebytes, however the issue persi
  5. Hi, I have the Malwarebytes Premium and scan my computer regularly. Unfortunately recently I seem to be getting the same results every time I scan. there are 8 threats, two of them are malicious and when I quarantine them only half are quarantined (never the malicious ones) and then I delete them. So firstly only half of them are quarantined and secondly when I scan again the exact same threats come up, even the ones that I quarantined and deleted. I am worried about what the malware are doing? My computer Defender keeps switching off too, wondering if it is all related.... Any
  6. Hello everyone! I'm new to the forum and I'm here to seek help. I find Malewarebytes very useful because it successfully cured my Chrome problem so I registered for a premium version 3.1.2. Recently I logged in to my college's website to check for results through turnitin. I clicked on the link that led to it but then Malwarebytes didn't allow me to open it. Then I accidentally clicked the 'block pop-up website' option (or something) on the notification board and now I will never be able to see my results again. I tried browsing the forum to find the solution but everything is
  7. My MalwareBytes Premium indicates daily blockages of outgoing malicious IPs using various ports and either Skype or Firefox as the process. Is there a way of eliminating these?
  8. As requested by 1PW in Malware Removal for Windows on October 30, I am attaching FRST.txt and Addition.txt to this post. My Premium MalwarBytes has blocked on almost a daily basis Outbound websites which use various ports and either Skype or Firefox as the process. Attached are two of those bockages. My question is can I reduce or eliminate these outbound websites? FRST.txt Addition.txt
  9. I have the latest premium version of your program. Recently, perhaps after it upgraded, I have been getting constant (every second or two) popups saying a malicious website was blocked -- over and over again. Outbound sites including Joye-Luck.com are shown over and over again as being blocked. Why do I need to see this thousands of times - or at all? These popups so annoying that I have had to shut off malicious website blocking - even though I would prefer to have it on. Before doing that I have spent over three hours using various AV, anti-rootkit, cleaners & removal tools to try
  10. I manage our church website and Malwarebytes is blocking access to it for two users that have Malwarebytes Anti-Malware installed. website is pilgrimspraise.com and IP is Could you please investiage and remove it from the blocked list if it is clean. It was previously hosted on a different server and did have malicious content at that point. It has now been completely refreshed and I await your decision. Thank you.
  11. Hi, I was on www.geocities.ws just a day ago. I go back today and Malwarebytes' malicious website blocking is triggered. I can't view any page associated with the domain. Is this a false positive?
  12. Hello Guys, I'm receiving pop up message as shown below in my windows server 2012 machine. Logs : Detection, 5/31/2016 8:09 AM, SYSTEM, PKSHQINF01, Protection, Malicious Website Protection, IP,, ns2.honeybot.us, 64571, Outbound, C:\Windows\System32\dns.exe, Detection, 5/31/2016 8:10 AM, SYSTEM, PKSHQINF01, Protection, Malicious Website Protection, IP,, 65180, Outbound, C:\Windows\System32\dns.exe, Detection, 5/31/2016 8:10 AM, SYSTEM, PKSHQINF01, Protection, Malicious Website Protection, IP,, 63706, Outbound, C:\Windows\Sy
  13. This morning malware bytes blocked 4 outbound attacks (for lack of a better term), all with the same time stamp. The site referenced is click.watchjmp.com, It was coming from firefox.exe. I'm unable to find much of any information about this site. I was on msn.com reading an article, and had a flickr site open, and one other normal, non-suspicious webpage. Has anyone had a similar incident? I'm not sure what to make of the fact that this was an outbound attack....
  14. So I was playing Counter-Strike 1.6 in a trusted server and everyone in it started to lose connection. I think the server was experiencing problems and this happened about 4-5 times before I just gave up and decided to take a break. I went back to my desktop and MBAM popped up in the corner and blocked a malicious website I'm guessing and it popped up about 3-4 times with different IP addresses. I looked at my applications log to see if this happened earlier and I found the same thing that it blocked some IPs from a week ago as well. Yesterday was over 50 website IPs that it blocked and today
  15. I got infected with this GoSearchMe 'virus' (to my knowledge GoSearchMe isn't technically malware but it certainly acts like it). What happens is that when I open my browser [Chrome], instead of my usual homepage I get redirected to a GoSearchMe link (which doesn't show up in my history) which then links to 'Dounty.com' which ends up as 'zwiiky.com'. I'm computer savvy to a small degree. I've tried searching my file archives, downloaded Malwarebytes, CCcleaner, LockHunter, tried deleting all files associated with it, but now I need some help.
  16. It is very frustrating that every 1 or 2 days I lose my malicious website protection. This is extremely frustrating. Please see the picture. Whenever I click "fix now" nothing happens. Please help me.
  17. Hello, I'll be grateful for help on a repeated popup from an 'outbound' website. It occurs even when browsing is discontinued. IP is Process: c:/windows/system32/svchost.exe. The process also varies between the latter and a Kaspersky application.Attached is the text log file. What information would you need to help me further with this? Thanks in advance, S. log_outbound.txt
  18. Hello, Im very new to this software so please forgive me, but im constantly recieving "Malicious Website Blocked" notifications one after the other. Here are the details: The Type is Inbound The proccess is C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe The IP address is The port is 52150 These details are the same everytime. I have disconnect myself from the internet, stopped MBAM, ran MBAR as administrator then re-enabled everything. Everything is coming back clean though? Any ideas?
  19. Hello yesterday those popups began to appear out of nowhere. MB keeps blocking inbound/outbound connections of svchost.exe. Already checked what information you guys need. Disabled all p2p things and i havent pirated any software so that should be okay. Will post Malwarebytes and TDSSKiller logs asap.
  20. I've read every single thread on this topic, and there are a ton of them so I'm confident it's a big problem. I've also tried every suggestion, including: Update database and restartUpdate database and rebootWipe the whole environment and reinstallManually delete and update the databaseSetting from "Fix Now"Setting from "Icon Tray"Setting from "Settings"... and several othersThese suggestions simply don't work. I have five family computers, all of them running MBAM-Premium ... and I just added one additional computer and get this error, and can't for the life of me figure out how to solv
  21. I have the game War Thunder through the Steam game service. When the game client patched tonight, I started seeing outbound connection attempts blocked by malwarebytes from War Thunder's launcher.exe to hosts mostly in Russia (I ran whois on the IP addresses.) My security software is not throwing errors about any other application on my machine, just the War Thunder launcher. Is the steam launcher infected? Is my computer infected? What is the fix? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks very much! Here is a screenshot of my malwarebytes log:
  22. Hello, I can't use internet (firefox, mail, etc.) if the malicious website protection is activated with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. But I noticed if I use a VPN (with a server from my country or from another country), the internet connection is available !!! This problem was not present with 1.7x version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. I got another computer (using the same network) and I dont have this problem ! (with or without VPN, with or without WIFI). I'm using Windows 7 (64 bits). My motherboard is the MSI Z87-G45 Gaming, integrated the "Killer e2200" network card (from Qualcomm). I
  23. A couple of days ago I started getting these pop-ups from Malwarebytes saying malicious websites have been blocked.I checked the IP addresses of the blocked websites and they're all from Ecatel LDT from Netherlands.I've run both MBAM and Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit but no malware has been found.I've attached the Application logs from the past three days since this problem started and Scan logs. mbam-scan-log-2014-10-30.txtmbam-daily-log-2014-10-30.txtmbam-daily-log-2014-10-31.txtmbam-daily-log-2014-11-01.txt
  24. I am not sure if I am allowed to paste a link with a path provided by preview.tinyurl.com, so at this point I will not paste it but I will if needed. So short story: I was browsing gaming forum and there was imgur link from one of the posters, which actually was tinyurl.com/IMAGE-xXxXxXx (xxxx are really numbers but I will keep them away since I do no think its appropriate to post infected links here), but I misread it and clicked it. It instantly downloaded picture to my computer, but as soon as I realized this I went to the file location and deleted instantly without opening it. I have t
  25. Thank You for your help with my infection. As instructed, I ran the Farbar Recovery Scan Tool and I am posting the results. I had trouble posting to this forum from the infected computer - I could not cut and paste and I could not upload files. I don't know why or if it related to the infection. So I am posting to this forum from another computer (clean I believe). I emailed the FRST txt files to myself and then I could cut and paste on the good computer. Here is the FRST.txt below. I will send the addition.txt in another post. Please Help Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (
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