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  1. Hello, I tried visiting Amazon.ca this morning and I get the message from Browser Guard: Website blocked due to trojan Website blocked: www.amazon.ca Malwarebytes Browser Guard blocked this website because it may contain malware activity. We strongly recommend you do not continue. I am getting the same result from Chrome and Firefox where I have Browser Guard installed. I have no problems visiting Amazon.com, and yesterday the .ca site was fine. Any ideas what's going on, and does that mean Amazon.ca's site is compromised? Thanks!
  2. I have Amazon Assistant for Chrome and I don't remember Malwarebytes complaining about that, thus I am assuming this is false positive, also because installed it. Firefox shows version 77.0.1 Amazon Assistant in Firefox shows version 10.2005.6.12051 Yesterday I installed Amazon Assistant for Firefox. This shows today: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Scan Date: 6/29/20 Scan Time: 2:43 AM Log File: e04f2022-b9d3-11ea-9ba9-00248c4445f8.json -Software Information- Version: 4.1.0.56 Components Version: 1.0.955 Update Package Version:
  3. I have found 2018 references in forum to a 'malwarebytes app' in Amazon Appstore, and reports of people successfully using it, albeit seemingly on older models of Fire. However, I can find nothing of this kind in Appstore on my Kindle. Have I missed something between 2018 & now which means M'bytes can't be made to work on later Kindle Fire? (Only just signed up to a premium sub, so am just putting M'bytes on devices). Anything happening to enable M'bytes on Fire?? Any workarounds?? Tx
  4. Hello, This afternoon, I updated Malwarebytes on my Kindle Fire 7" (2012) to the newest version. I only had the free version on my Fire, but it gave me a 14-day free trial of the paid version when I updated. I have MBAM Premium on my PC and laptop, and wanted to activate my Fire as my third device. However, when I enter my license key on my Fire, it's not accepted. Is there something I'm missing?
  5. For some reason amazon.com and amazon.co.uk will not load on my computer (chrome, edge, firefox). I get a "this website cannot be reached. Took to long to respond" message. My hotmail account on the Windows 10 mail app will also not receive or send e-mails. However, I am able to access my hotmail account via web browser and my gmail account on the same mail app can send and receive e-mails. Both of these problems appear to have occurred around the same time. I am assuming that they are related and that it is malware related. Things I've tried: - disabling windows defender
  6. Hi, anyone here with an Amazon Echo at home? I have created an Alexa Skill for Malwarebytes Cloud and it is currently certified and available. This is the first iteration. Maybe if there is interest and we can all imagine something useful and productive, I can develop it further. Information on the Support Portal 5-min video on YouTube Malwarebytes Cloud Alexa skill on Amazon Give it a try!
  7. Is there a project in development for a Malwarebytes version for Kindle Fire tablets by Amazon? I understand that their operating system is a proprietary variant of Android but several other software products have been written, apparently with Amazon approval, because they are available for download at the Amazon Store?
  8. Greetings, I have noticed over the last few days that both NE-1 and NE-2 on AWS are blocked for some reason, specifically: s3-ap-northeast-1.amazonaws.com s3-ap-northeast-2.amazonaws.com NE-1 was from something in Chrome, while NE-2 was actually while Samsung Magician was trying to download an update. Here are the logs for both: Northeast-1: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 12/5/17 Protection Event Time: 6:46 PM Log File: 4df8b71c-da27-11e7-ad9c-005056c00001.json Administrator: Yes -Software Information- Version: 3.2.2.2029 Co
  9. Hi, since yesterday night sellercentral.amazon.de (the admin market place of German Amazon) is blocked by Malwarebytes. Would you please check this for me? Thanks in advance & best regards, Peter
  10. I have been experiencing a weird thing with my computer... I noticed that there were command windows popping really fast (and disappearing) frequently, which I thought was some sort of malware. After downloading Malwarebytes I was able to recognise it. The domain is rtp.vscreenshot.com, it is trying to open several ports with different IPs. After looking up the IPs it turns out they belong to Amazon. The request is originating from a program installed in the program files x86 under the name "vSnapshot". It is constantly in progress more than 50 times daily. Luckily, Malwarebytes is constantly
  11. Hey got a popup recently for the following: direction="Outbound" domain="s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com" ip="52.218.64.188" malwaretype="Domain" port="49745" Is this a false pos?
  12. I ran Malwarebytes (2.2.0.1024) this morning. This is first run after registering and installing Amazon Smiles application on my laptop. Malwarebytes reported the application as 'unwanted' program. What is this report trying to tell me?
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