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Hi, I'm a Malwarebytes registered user. I bought the cd long ago because I love the idea of supporting honest companies that produce quality products such as this with new updates being introduced at a constant rate. I have been using this amazing software for many years now but still don't know how to utilize all of its features. I would like to know how to use Malwarebytes to block ip addresses and websites that are dangerous to my computer's health.
I am wondering if .mp3 files could contain any sort of malware in any way? I am not talking about a file that is named music.mp3 but the file type is an .exe being hidden by windows. I am talking about a real .mp3 file. I also would preferably like someone to answer who knows what they are talking about. I've been searching on the internet and many say yes and no... So I am still not sure. Also if an .mp3 file could contain something malicious, would an antivirus or antimalware scanner detect it? Thank you.
Hello, I have an annoying issue, I recently got rid of an annoying re-direct virus around 1-2 weeks ago. A day or two later I started noticing Internet Explorer (IE) as an active process in Task Manager, even though I did not have it actively pulled up. The name of the website also changed, and sometimes there were 3 or 4 different IE processes pulled up. Occasionally I would encounter audio ads. I was unable to try and end the process like you would normally end any program that was not responding or was slow to exit normally. I had to go to processes in order to exit the ads out, however wit
Windows XP Professional SP3 (Properties on MComputer don't even register my processor anymore) vbalsgrid6.ocx error, cannot run malwarebytes, antivirus will not update. NT Kernal attempted a shutdown but I managed to halt that, many things are no longer working, took 2 hours to create an account, please help. Attempted to upload DDS, hijackthis and attach logs with error 302. Pasting them below. Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2 Scan saved at 12:49:40 AM, on 9/25/2012 Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.6001.18702) Boot mode: Normal Running pro