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  1. Receiving a constant stream of popups from Malwarebytes about a riskware website being blocked. There is no domain given, and it continues even if I am not accessing my browser. It is referencing System32\svchost.exe. This file also exists in SysWOW64 once and WinSxS twice. The IP address is 123.123.123.123. A malwarebytes scan does not find anything, and I've run adwcleaner. I've uploaded an export of one of the event logs, and I can upload whatever other log data is needed. Would like help in identifying if this is a stream of false positives, or if some other malicious file is causing the popups. Thank you. report_log.txt
  2. I'm unable to connect too the server of this STEAM game due to this program. When I turn off "Web Protection", it's able to connect. (Example in the picture.) Even when I exclude both the program and the IP address of the game, it still doesn't "Exclude."
  3. Good afternoon, lately my internet connection started being really slow so I thought it could be caused by a malware, then I decided to install and run Malwarebytes on my PC since Windows Defender didn't help me at all. This problem only occurs temporally, then my connection works normally for a few hours, so I don't think it's about hardware. Malwarebytes found many threats which I've already deleted, but I'll post its scan log anyway. It solved an issue that made the Google website be slow, but my internet is still failing a lot. Of course, I've been talking to my internet provider company, but they found no issues, and my speed should be 300 Mb/s as it's shown by the speed tests but it's clearly not. Furthermore this is not happening to any other devices connected via Wi-Fi. At this point I'm totally lost, so I'd be grateful if you could help me. Thank you very much. (FRST, Addition and Malwarebytes logs are attached) FRST.txt Addition.txt malwarebytesLog.txt
  4. Hello, I just had a bit of an issue today and on the 4th. Malwarebytes blocked an outbound connection multiple times (Three times today, twice on the 4th). All five times it has happened has been with the same domain and IP address. I'm not very good with computers, so I was wondering am I possibly infected? And if I am, what can I do to fix this? AVG detects nothing wrong with my computer. Thank you for any help! EDIT: I'll just add that I've always gone of the same sites for years and never had any issue with any of them. Today and on the 4th, Malwarebytes blocked the connection pretty much a few minutes after I open Chrome. After that everything seems to be fine. Here is a copy of the most recent blocked connection. Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 4/9/18 Protection Event Time: 5:41 PM Log File: 945b36d2-3c4f-11e8-a005-18dbf2281498.json Administrator: Yes -Software Information- Version: 3.4.5.2467 Components Version: 1.0.342 Update Package Version: 1.0.4670 License: Trial -System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 16299.309) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: System -Blocked Website Details- Malicious Website: 1 , , Blocked, [-1], [-1],0.0.0 -Website Data- Category: Malware Domain: f1hungary.fw.hu IP Address: 217.65.97.118 Port: [64169] Type: Outbound File: C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe (end)
  5. Hey Winterstar, I am having the same issue, started today. I had about 10 notices today all outbound, I am fairly good with computers, and could not find an infection on my machine. I will keep an eye on this post, maybe someone will have an answer.
  6. Error message says "Download Failed. Check Internet connection and try again." My Internet connection is okay however.
  7. Hello, After scanning and repairing with Malwarebytes and rebooting i lost my internet connection. I didn't lost it at all because when I plug enthernet cable in to the notebook, i have internet for about 1 minute. I attached log files from Farbar and log from Malwarebytes what i removed. Malwarebytes don't find any threats now. Thank you in advance for help. FRST.txt Addition.txt log.txt
  8. Sometimes your program shows me the notification a connection is was blocked by it. The program spams the notification. If It starts, It would not stop for a period of some minutes. I have tried to look at your log files and detect the process what does this. Unfortunately, the program doesn't report process's Id, only the Process's file, which is, in my case, svchost.exe Please help me remove this spyware (I pretty sure it is a spyware). Thanks in Advance, Mizaro
  9. Hello everyone, in the attempt of keeping this short - after my pc randomly crashed after remaining idle for about twenty minutes, upon reboot, my Malwarebytes wouldn't let me enable realtime protection anymore. Following the steps scattered across the forums, I used the cleaning tool provided elsewhere and rebooted my computer several times. Since then, I'm stuck with MBAM Free with the error of not being able to contact the license servers. Following other topics, I disabled my Windows Firewall while activating the license, no luck with that sadly. I've attached the check results as required. Regards, ~Niklas / baabaablackgoat EDIT: Apparently this is directly related to an update? About the crash I had: Firefox suddenly froze while having a twitch.tv tab open. It then reported that all my tabs have crashed. I wasn't able to open Task Manager or the Recovery Screen, or really any new program, including MBAM. I could not shut down my computer with the respective option, so I had to cut the power. mb-check-results.zip
  10. Good day. I have been using Malwarebytes for a few years now to run periodic (monthly) scans on my laptop. It rarely, if ever, detects anything. Maybe just 1 or 2 detections in the past 3 years. For about a year now, when I run the "Threat Scan," everything comes up clean. But when I run the "Custom Scan" and check all the boxes to have it scan my entire system, it cancels part way through with an error message about how it could not complete the scan. Today, I went to run a scan, and I got a notice that a new version of Malwarebytes was available, so I let it download/install. After that, I set a "Custom Scan" to run, checked all the boxes, and left my laptop to do its thing while I did some other work around the house. I came back about half an hour later and found that my computer had restarted. So I logged back on, and I noticed that I was no longer connected to Wifi. My computer shows no networks available to connect to (I live in a neighborhood where dozens of connections usually show up). I can still connect to my own Wifi using my cell phone, but my computer cannot seem to detect any Wifi connections available. I am currently connected via ethernet cable and seem to have full internet access this way. When I opened up Malwarebytes and go to the Reports tab, I do not see any logs documenting the scan today. I have read other threads about people with the same issue, but the support provided to them seems to be very individualized, as in, there is no single universal fix. What do I need to do to get my computer back on Wifi? I am running Windows 8.1, 64-bit operating system. Thank you so much for your help.
  11. Hello, I hope somebody can help me. When I used Malwarebytes Free everything was okay, until it started finding the same 7 browser hijackers every time I scanned my computer (they are very annoying, causing a lot of unwanted redirects); it put them in the quarantine but they kept showing up without stop. I hoped Malwarebytes Premium could have helped me better and I bought a license, but when I activated it Internet just stopped working. I'm sure it's Malwarebytes, because when I shut it off Internet starts working again without other problems except those hijackers. Please help me understand what could be wrong... If you need more information, just ask. Thank you! Ps: I'm an Italian user so my pc is set with the italian language, but I should have no problems if you tell me names of folders and programs in english, I'll just search for a translation if needed.
  12. Hello, I recently purchased premium for Malwarebytes and I have been unable to activate my license key and ID. Attached are the... MBAM Logs Zipped: MBAMServiceLogs.zip First.txt: FRST.txt Addition: Addition.tx MB-CheckResults Zipped: mb-check-results.zip And finally a screenshot of what happens: Thank you for any help, I really appreciate it!
  13. Hello, I'm not sure yet if this is anything to be concerned about. I've tried to write a full explanation, but I've put my main questions in bullets near the bottom. I'm running Windows 10, and I am very careful about what goes onto this machine, and what websites I visit. I'm running both Panda antivirus and Malwarebytes. Last night I shut down my machine. This morning I started it up again, and initiated Firefox. Firefox opened to the Google home page, and right away, I pressed CTRL+T to open up a new tab. I'm not sure exactly the timing here, but as I was opening up the two websites I normally start off running (Trello and LastPass, both reputable), a green message popped up, stating that an outgoing connection was blocked. Unfortunately, I closed down Firefox right away, without doing any further forensics. The reason why I say it is unfortunate is I'm not sure what other pages were loading at the time (for example, sometimes Firefox sometimes loads pages that you had open when you shut it down last time, if the shutdown wasn't perfect). Afterwards, I did check Firefox's history but didn't find any visits to any unexpected sites. I should note that while I was loading up my pages, Firefox itself was still loading (i.e., still in its "slow" stage). Also, I was opening up new tabs at the time, an action which previews a number of websites in the new tab (I'm not sure if it actually tries to contact them). I immediately checked the Malwarebytes logs, and found the related entry, which I've pasted below. There were actually three very similar entries (including this one) all with the same timestamp, to the minute. I then ran a full scan using both Panda and Malwarebytes, neither of which found any threats. I've also restarted the computer multiple times, and haven't been able to replicate the issue. I suppose the questions I have is: I know that the site that was blocked was not a false positive. I'm primarily concerned about why my computer tried to connect to it. Given the story I outlined above, is there any serious risk that I am infected with something? or is it possible, or more likely that this was some artifact of my restarting, or Firefox previewing a site? I'm not sure sure at all how common it is for occasional random outgoing connections to get blocked while surfing the web. It hasn't really happened to me. { "applicationVersion" : "3.0.6.1469", "clientID" : "", "clientType" : "other", "componentsUpdatePackageVersion" : "1.0.75", "cpu" : "x64", "dbSDKUpdatePackageVersion" : "1.0.1635", "detectionDateTime" : "2017-03-31T17:16:10Z", "fileSystem" : "NTFS", "id" : "[removed]", "isUserAdmin" : true, "licenseState" : "licensed", "linkagePhaseComplete" : false, "loggedOnUserName" : "System", "machineID" : "", "os" : "Windows 10", "schemaVersion" : 2, "sourceDetails" : { "type" : "mwac" }, "threats" : [ { "linkedTraces" : [ ], "mainTrace" : { "cleanAction" : "block", "cleanResult" : "successful", "cleanResultErrorCode" : 0, "cleanTime" : "", "generatedByPostCleanupAction" : false, "id" : "bc78a64b-1635-11e7-95f3-346895ee6e38", "linkType" : "none", "objectMD5" : "", "objectPath" : "", "objectSha256" : "", "objectType" : "website", "websiteData" : { "ip" : "104.28.16.78", "isInbound" : false, "port" : 50878, "processPath" : "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Mozilla Firefox\\firefox.exe", "url" : "winwiki.org" } }, "ruleID" : -1, "rulesVersion" : "0.0.0", "threatID" : -1, "threatName" : "" } ], "threatsDetected" : 1 }
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