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  1. i was running my p2p program and today not malicious website were blocked. so after a while i checked if malwarebyte is running, and it wasn't. so is it possible that i might be infected? and what can i do to get uninfected?
  2. I haven't had MalwareBytes on forever, but I recently activated the free trial and have been getting constant pop-ups informing of certain IP addresses (mostly from China) being blocked. The connection is inbound and the process used is svchost.exe Here are a few of the logs from MalwareBytes: Protection, 6/26/2014 9:56:28 PM, SYSTEM, MO, Protection, Malware Protection, Starting, Protection, 6/26/2014 9:56:28 PM, SYSTEM, MO, Protection, Malware Protection, Started, Protection, 6/26/2014 9:56:28 PM, SYSTEM, MO, Protection, Malicious Website Protection, Starting, Protection, 6/26/2014 9:56:56
  3. Hey, every time I have wi-fi on, I get a message from Malwarebytes that says "Successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website" IPs that I found include 89.248.172.45 (which belongs to The Netherlands), and 89.28.5.37 (which belongs to Moldova) There are definitely more, but those are the ones I recorded, plz help :C
  4. I am currently experiencing much trouble with my computer once my internet connection is on because of what Malwarebytes blocks as "Malicious Website: 162.210.192.14". I've read previous post of the same problems and would follow the same steps, but everyone's computer/malware is different. Since this threat does make my whole computer slow once the internet connection is on, I cannot download anything from the web browser, but I can download and transfer log information from a flash drive to another computer. I'd appreciate all the help given to me - Justin
  5. Hello, I have been suspicious of whether my laptop has been hacked or tapped for spyware so I ran a trial of Malwarebytes and it came up with 20 PUP malicious software applications. Are these PUP's signs of spyware? Thanks, Paul
  6. Just wanted to know because I need to download something from an external website, and I can't be sure, malwarebytes blocked me from it. Cheers.
  7. Submitting Hxxp://www.xconsoles.com (46.246.94.116) as a potential false positive. This is an Xbox accessories website.
  8. Hi everyone, i'm having a chronic problem with Svchost.exe having connections with random IPs. For the past 3 days now Mbam has been blocking many incoming IP connections under the Svchost process, with all IP addresses coming from Ecatel LTD in the Netherlands (except for 1 attempt yesterday from Harbin, China). I'm seeing these blocked connections about 10 times per day, and they seem to be from different Ecatel IPs each time. The latest IP was 93.174.93.67. All ports targeted were different each time. Also, today after another IP connection block, that same IP ended up invoking my BitDef fi
  9. Hi there, I keep finding that when I restart my computer (I normally just put it into sleep mode), my MBAM Pro switches off the malicious website blocking and I can't switch it back on unless I completely exit MBAM and restart it again, then I am able to reactivate the full protection. If I don't do a full restart of MBAM, checking the box for blocking does nothing. I am using Windows XP SP3 Can you offer any suggestions please? Thank you
  10. This must be common to every user of MBAM, because it happens to me occasionally. I have experienced IP blocks when browsing through Google Images, and I cannot figure out the why or source of it. The tooltip can appear in a couple different instances; search results, image upload search results, or after opening up a preview. Even more confusing, I am still on the Google's Images website when the tooltip appears, no potentially malicious websites of any sort have been accessed yet. I use a Google Chrome extension called ScriptSafe (very similar addon to NoScript for Firefox), which allows m
  11. Reading through the forum, I've seen that other people have also had this problem, but I think my computer could be infected with something. Every couple minutes or so I've been getting pop-ups that say "Successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website." IP address is 111.111.111.111 This message pops up even when all my browsers are closed and I'm basically doing nothing on the computer. Earlier I downloaded Malwarebytes (this is a new computer and I forgot to download it when I first got it- oops!) because when I opened my computer none of the browsers on my laptop would
  12. Hello, I have recently gotten alot of the notification "A potentially malicious site has been blocked", going to my protection log says the IP's are related to the program "PMB.EXE" (Pando Media Booster, installed by League of Legends) No program files related to Pando are changed (as far as I can tell), all scans show 0 results (all logs except Spybot S&D log included at bottom of post). The IP's are what i presume to be private. (one of them led me to a QNAP NAS web client logon screen) If PMB.EXE is closed : No notifications Software reinstall: Still notifications, no change Scans
  13. Hello, I have recently ran Malwarebytes normally in Quick Scan and then waited a while and came across some kind of malicious software called Hijack.Homepage. So I've decided to remove it and then it told me to restart to remove it. So I did, and after my system restarted I wanted to make sure if it's gone so I scanned it again and then, the same software popped up. So I removed, restarted, scanned again and it's still there. So for a while I've did the same thing over and over again like a maniac and nothing really changed. I've also scanned with Norton 360 and then after the scan the Hijack.
  14. I have recently had a website blocked due to its being "potentially malicious". The only program I had open was Google Chrome Browser. A little pop-up window in my system tray open up and listed the following IP addresses in 3 separate instances: 121.10.53.161 212.113.37.224 125.211.13.110 I'd like to find out what's going on so that I can fully remove any virus i may have that is causing my PC to ping malicious web sites. Please advise
  15. I want to report the toolbar called Sweetpacks. The website site is www.sweetim.sweetpacks.com .This toolbar is very difficult to remove and malwarebytes does not detect it.
  16. Hello Has any one noticed a huge rise recently in spam Emails being sent from hacked accounts with links to malicious sites? Nutloaf
  17. malicious website while trying to log into my ISP -- to check webmail -- developer scan zipped, pic. of warning + IP Qwest turned into http://www.mycenturylink.com/ a major U.S. outfit..... TIA.... protection-log-2013-04-15.zip
  18. Hey there, I recently noticed my ping times to local devices such as my router are above 1ms which is obviously not normal. I've finally narrowed it down to the Malicious Website Blocking module on MBAM. Here are my ping times with the module enabled: Reply from 192.168.1.1: bytes=32 time=3ms TTL=64 Reply from 192.168.1.1: bytes=32 time=4ms TTL=64 Reply from 192.168.1.1: bytes=32 time=4ms TTL=64 Reply from 192.168.1.1: bytes=32 time=3ms TTL=64Here are my ping times with the website blocking module disabled and just the file system protection enabled: Reply from 192.168.1.1: bytes=32 time<
  19. Malwarebytes Quick Scan Log Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (PRO) 1.62.0.1300 www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2013.01.22.03Windows 7 x86 NTFS Internet Explorer 8.0.7600.16385 HahaHeadshot :: HAHAHEADSHOT-PC [administrator] Protection: Enabled26-Jan-13 1:25:42 PM mbam-log-2013-01-26 (13-25-42).txt Scan type: Quick scan Scan options enabled: Memory | Startup | Registry | File System | Heuristics/Extra | Heuristics/Shuriken | PUP | PUM Scan options disabled: P2P Objects scanned: 268774 Time elapsed: 5 minute(s), 51 second(s)Memory Processes Detected: 0 (No malicious items detected) Memory Mod
  20. Not sure why it wont let me enable it . I can enable file system protection but not suspicious website blocking. I attached all the files like I saw in other threads. Thanks for all the support guys! CheckResults.txt dds.txt attach.txt
  21. I recently ran a quick scan on Malwarebytes Antimalware and it detected 4 malicious software. It asked me if I wanted to delete it, and I canceled it because I wanted to delete it in the full scan I was about run. But, I ran a quick scan a second time and it found no malicious software, even though I did not delete them the first time. What happened to them? I want to delete these files but they went undetected. I even restarted my computer and reinstalled Malwarebytes Antimalware, but still nothing was detected in the quick scan.
  22. Someone recently opened up the Fedex email scam link on my PC and I ran MBAM and it found Trojan.Fasagent, Pum.Hijack.Startmenu and Bloodhound.Mpalpe on my PC and it removed them. But now every 5-10 minutes MBAM pops up a warning that it "successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website 206.161.121.6 Type:outgoing and I am concerned there is still some issues with the PC other than the fact that the shortcuts to most of my programs say empty when I go to start programs. Am I still infected and how do I correct it. I have attached a dds.txt and attach.txt file as requested.atta
  23. nk1993

    HELP!

    Hi!These are the IP's that Malware keeps stating it is blocking: 206.161.121.6 78.41.203.118 208.76.54.215 64.34.127.185
  24. Someone recently opened a link on a Fedex email that then infected my PC with Tojan.Fasagent and Pum.Hijack.Start Menu and Bloddhoun.Malpe that were found and removed by Mbam. These trojans the hid all my files and start menus and I have slowly been rebuilding the links and unhiding things and the system is almost normal but I think there is still something hidden that I can't find and remove. Mbam keeps warning me every 5 - 10 minutes that it has successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website 201.161.121.6. Type:Outgoing. Can anyone suggest how I can find what's causing th
  25. Merged 3 post I have attached the two files that I was told to attach. Thanks in advance for your help! This is urgent, so I'm hoping someone can help me get rid of this virus. Thanks! Trying to bring this to the top of the list. dds.txt attach.txt
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