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  1. My website was briefly behind a Voxility DDoS-protected IP, and I quickly lost access to it. A tracert confirmed that Voxility's DDoS filter was blocking my requests. After turning off Malwarebytes Web Protection, I was able to again access the site. After seeing Voxility's poor reputation here and elsewhere, I dropped the DDoS-protected IP. I see two possibilities here: Something about how Malwarebytes Web Protection modifies my requests makes me look like a bot Voxility is attempting some kind of retribution for large swathes of its IP ranges being blocked by Malwarebytes We
  2. Hi, I am running Malwarebytes Pro (up to date) and when ever I start up my Bitcoin-qt desktop wallet (Windows x64 and latest version of wallet) Malwarebytes Pro will block an Inbound request from When I run a Whois on that address it comes up with a company called Voxility.com. If I attempt to Google for Voxility (only the name Voxility, and not Voxility.com) it will block an Outgoing request for that site. (as shown in attached image) Is this site a known bad actor, and why would my Bitcoin-qt wallet be a target. (apart from the obvious) Are they specifically known for t
  3. I thought I had cleaned my PC thoroughly - in fact Vasily at Unhack Me reported it clean - but it keeps trying to connect to a Voxility site, via Baretorrent, supposedly.
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