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  1. >PC acts weird >Install Malwarebytes >It asks if I want to try Premium for 30 days. I say no. >Activates trial anyway >Annoying popups all the time >Try disabling features >Still some annoying popups >Especially everytime I run play.pokemonshowdown.com and it tells me that unaffiliated site is malware >Today my Discord starts acting differently >First it lags, then all messages fail to send properly and I have to manually resend for it to work >Then even that stops working. >Cue adding all ways to whitel
  2. I don't know what this infection is classified as, i.e trojan, virus, rootkit, but it is extremely annoying. I'm constantly getting popups that malwarebytes has blocked this vicious program from accessing the internet. how do I go about eradicating this thing from the face of the earth? Thank you, FunkyJoe
  3. I saw this thread and noticed it was inactive so I wanted to remake it because this issue is definitely pressing: https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/144984-disable-notification-when-i-choose-to-disable-website-protection/ I got Malwarebytes for the excellent anti-virus protection, NOT for a tacked-on website protection. I originally had it enabled, but then disabled it when I couldn't even open images in Google Image Search without seeing "website blocked," and otherwise interrupting my normal browsing. I've never had any website compromise my security at all in the past, which means M
  4. So I was clicking through an installer too quickly and accidentally got some malware on my computer. I ran some tools (tdsskiller, adwkiller, mbam... in safe mode) and it seemed to get rid of the random redirects, but there is a remnant still left I can't seem to get rid of. It allows me to go to google just fine, but right after Chrome loads the search results, it immediately redirects to mail.ru's search results. This is only happening in Chrome and only with Google search results. I can use Bing just fine with no redirects in Chrome, and I can use Google just fine in Internet Explorer, but
  5. Howdy, As per many of the other threads about the update popup which I have been reading- some reaching back to early 2015 I still have an issue with this thing (So I feel the need to bump/new topic). After closing it- it will instantly re-popup about 6 or 7 times (I'm on the latest version). I am patient and as it never drawn focus from another app or caused issues (besides reducing my confidence in Mbam) however as of late the the super long lasting issue with the popup has been causing some foreground windowed games to crash the moment it pops up. Running Win7. Thank you f
  6. So every 15 minutes of the entire day I get an extremely abrasive Malwarebytes random popup on the lower-right corner, it'll either say Skype is a virus or it'll just randomly open up the Malwarebytes program and leave it at that. I tried disabling every form of notification but it still pops up every 15 minutes, how do I prevent this from spamming me relentlessly? Or do we need to switch to another program.
  7. My little brother downloaded something on my computer and i tried malwarebytes to remove the adware, it detected about 450 objects but the adware is still on my computer Some of it is in chinese, and the other ad asks me to update adobe flash player but it wont update it, it's a virus (and it pops a lot) However it slowed down after deleting something in task manager even though it still pops up
  8. Hello there! Unfortunately, my dad's PC became one of the targets among Cryptowall 2.0. I tried everything from malwarebytes scan to avast. No luck, it just keep on coming back. How to fix this? I have no idea where he got this from, but I tried helping out. It's frustrating. (Whoever created it must disappear...) ><
  9. So over a year ago I was infected with the PUP Scorpion Saver. For those who don't know, Scorpion Saver is a PUP that is supposed to give you great online shopping deals via pop-up adds. This ends up getting annoying and after I ended up getting rid of it using Malwarebytes (seriously thank you Malwarebytes that thing was annoying.) So I was wondering. Has anybody else on the forum been infected by this terrible PUP?
  10. Hi, can someone please help me. after installing and running malwarebytes 2.0 I am getting the error window indicating that the desired file is bad image and that i should reinstall the program etc. I see that other people have had this resolved. can someone please help me with this thanks tcmovitz
  11. I like the Malicious Website Block feature. I just wish I could not be warned after the first per-session attempt from a site/port/direction. In other words, I'm requesting options dealing with how often I have to see the popup window.
  12. hi started getting the redirect to that site when streaming videos.. heres my stuff. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  13. Hi folks. How's it going? I have an odd question that I cannot seem to find an answer for. I have MW Pro because I have found it to be the best software for what I need; and for the price; it Can't be beat. My question is: My Comcast cable service was interrupted for over 4 hours during the last snow storm. While the internet was out of service I disconnected my computer from the modem and ran MW full scan while I had the chance. As usual it found nothing, which means it's doing it's job. Now for the problem. During that 4 hour down time; I kept getting a MW pop-up balloon every so often as if
  14. Hello, my problem is that I get these random ads playing in the background at times (only when I'm connected to the internet) and it's really annoying. It all started back on January 11 and since then I have been doing everything to get it fixed but so far have come up empty. Security Essentials didn't find it, MBAM found a ransom trojan, but didn't find anything else, TDS couldn't find anything and both AdWare and RKiller found a few problems but they weren't related to my issue. I've downloaded ComboFix, but since my knowledge of computers is only so good, I'm afraid to use it considerin
  15. Hi. So I recently acquired a virus that, now, as soon as it connects to the internet, starts playing ads in my background. So I mute it. After a while, it then forces my computer to shut down. I read on a recent post that using the RogueKiller app would help. Can someone help me from this point on? All i did was scan. Ill Post the report. RKreport0_S_01102014_114047.txt
  16. For a long time, my laptop has been showing ads on every website I visit, and they all look the same. They are either a white box with random words from the website I am at,, a video in a box playing at the bottom left, a facebook chat lookalike, or even inappropriate pictures. What should I do?
  17. I have a re-occuring virus that one of my co-workers put on my computer a few months back and it keeps coming back after a certain period of time. It leaves traces as well (e.g disabling windows update, not allowing windows firewall, disable defender update, deleting system restore points, etc) which I have been able to fix (except for enabling MBAM malicious website blocker and system restore points) for the most part, but have it is still on the computer and I have not been able to remove it. Most recently, Windows Defender found this virus called Trojan:Win32/Sirefef!cfg (http://www.microso
  18. Spam for my e-mail acoount is skyrocketing. Have any of you benn getting 40 junk e-mails a day or more? What should I do? I tried blocking them but they just keep on sending them like there is no tomorrow!
  19. used Malwarebytes anti-malware to remove xp security 2012 problem and it worked great! (thanks for that BTW) only problem is now i have a pop-up window that contstantly reads " MALWAREBYTES ANTI-MALWARE Successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website: 83.133.12*.*** Type: Outgoing *** = random address this happens almost every 5 seconds and even more while im online Please Help, how do i stop these pop ups from occuring, or if its a deeper problem, how to i find what is causing them to occur THANKS!!
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