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  1. Also have exactly the same issue here aswell.
  2. Hello, post #1 for me. I'm desperate, but also very happy to have found this forum from online searching. And "big" OMG, thank you to the original post. I have the exact same symptom as described there including the screens freezing/stuttering, network freezing/stuttering. And my symptom started ONLY AFTER i took in Windows 1909 updates on Apr 17, 2020 Friday. I've been racking my brains since then, mostly living with this CRAZY stuttering, freezing behaviors while working from home during this crazy time we are all in. Due to work craziness, i couldn't spend time with
  3. For security features, Quad9 and CleanBrowsing are certainly the best DNS servers. OpenDNS is more about parental control on its free version. I've been using Quad9 on my router for quite some time, but recently discovered CleanBrowsing, which one do you prefer?
  4. Just wanted to say thanks for posting here on this subject. I started having the same stuttering problem, starting getting the same problem from various clients, took a week or so to pin it down. Went to the web to see if anyone else was having this problem and found this exactly as you describe. I hope it gets resolved soon. I've had to turn this module off on over a hundred installations over several clients - VERY annoying. Interestingly most of my clients are using PCs on Windows Server active directory domains. I haven't heard any complaints nor experienced any problem on any non-dom
  5. I am experiencing what I believe is the same or a similar problem - Malwarebytes Pro Web Protection interferes with Internet traffic. Example, Youtube.com pages load very slowly; videos take minutes to start and then stutter. Another example is pinging google.com, which times out. If I disable Web Protection, the problems disappear. Youtube pages load immediately and videos play immediately with no stuttering. Also, see the ping results below. The first ping command was executed with Web Protection enabled; the second, with Web Protection disabled. (In case it's useful information, the pi
  6. I just opened ticket 3029068 because I've been noticing the same issue with DNS lately, but didn't realize it was MalwareBytes related until I tracked down the separate IPv6 ICMP issue. I also have Web Protection disabled to keep that working, but I still randomly have encountered times where DNS just stops resolving. Trying to ping google.com just doesn't return anything and hangs. Not that it can't be found, and not that it times out, just hangs waiting. Closing Malwarebytes from the Notification Area allows the resolution to complete immediately and starting Malwarebytes back up keeps re
  7. Hello, I made an account to share and report my experiences with the software as it has impacted my ability to use my computer. The events started occurring in March up until early/mid April (that's when i decided to close the program indefinitely.) At first i believed the issue was my video card because my computer froze after viewing a stream online or dropped frames (playing online only). The issue happened frequently once in a day of use. And it really bothered me. I started having my suspicions after questioning why the screen stuttered (low frames) while trying to play an onlin
  8. I can confirm it was causing havoc on my server that runs Plex
  9. Hi, I've been a fan of Malwarebytes since I was a student and helped people fix their slow PCs, often riddled with malware and PUPs/toolbars. As an ad-hoc scanner/cleaner there was no better option. So I'd always have a portable version with the latest definitions with me on my (write protected) USB-stick with malware removal tools. At some point I earned a life-time license and started using MWB as real-time malware/virus protection (together with Windows Defender). I thought it would be only fair to explain why I have now decided to uninstall it. It's also to underwrite the issu
  10. Wow yes same here! CPU usage was constantly like 10%. The I reboot it is ok for about 5 min. The audio stutters start happening again and cpu usage seems to start to rise. I used altency monitory and it was constantly at 11,000+ us then I close out malware bytes and immediately it goes to 56us in latency. Oh man. I am sorry, but I haev tos top using malware bytes until this is fixed (I have the premium version if that makes a difference). mbst-grab-results.zip
  11. Just as an FYI... I also use Plex and uTorrent, and have also been experiencing multiple BSOD in the last few days. I had assumed it was caused by the most recent uTorrent release, but I just caught the latest screen before it restarted, and it stated mwac.sys as being what had 'failed'.
  12. I just created an account because I have been plagued with the exact same issue for about a month now. I even formatted my whole pc last night in the hope it would go away. When using qbittorrent with malwarebytes, at some point the computer becomes unusable (stutter/lag). I have to either close MWB or qbit for the problem to go away.
  13. Hi, Just created an account to reply to this thread. I've been experiencing the exact same thing. It first started with the "resolving host..." DNS issue that's also been referenced in another thread here. A few days ago, this started happening. I first noticed my mouse was acting sluggish and stuttering. Then I noticed my display driver failing, YouTube videos being unplayable and nothing except a reboot could fix it. Reading the thread about the resolving host issue, I also decided to disable Web Protection, and to my surprise it also fixed my stuttering issue. I've had a stab
  14. I am having the exact same issue. I have tried everything - resolving host issues across browsers - Chrome, Firefox, Safari. Uninstalled browsers, cleared cache, ran MalwareBytes, changed DNS to Google DNS (which worked until I rebooted). Rebooting helps. It’s been happening for a month or 2. Has this been resolved?
  15. So, I upgraded to windows 10 from an activated version of windows 7, everything looked fine, however, I quickly discovered that my computer cannot connect to the internet, I tried an ethernet cable, a tp link wireless wi-fi adapter and usb tethering - nothing seemed to work. I cannot troubleshoot network setting, netsh commands and others on command prompt havn't helped, neither did Mini tool box, driver uninstallation/reinstallation, updating etc. ... It seems this might be related to a malware issue, sadly I cannot run malwarebytes as I do not have a connection to the internet and for s
  16. Hi everyone, a few days ago I ran an ipconfig and noticed I had a DNS prefix: utopia.net. After a few more scans, I noticed that all my traffic was redirected through that site. I tried running Malwarebytes, but it wouldn't open. After running adwcleaner, I could run it, but it didn't find anything. ipconfig still reported that utopia.net redirection was still there. I scanned the registry and manually deleted all entries containing this name, I edited the DNS registry entry to point to my DNS and locked the entry to prevent it from being modified. I did a flushdns and ipconfig reporte
  17. Hi, I think I have got some malware on my computer, so I downloaded a trial of Malwarebytes 3.0 to identify it. But I am getting another problem now, I cannot connect to certain websites. I also have an app from the same site that doesn't work and it won't work either. I have everything ticked on the dashboard for maximum security so is there anything I can untick to enable certain websites to load or exclude themselves from Malwarebytes ? thanks very much **edit, I have excluded both the website and the Windows app in the exclusion list in settings but its not w
  18. I installed Malwarebytes 3.3.1.2183 on our Server 2008 R2 Domain Controller / Exchange Server. "Website Blocking" breaks all functions on the Domain Controller that require internet access, including the Exchange Server, Malewarebytes Licensing and Malewarebytes Updates. Microsoft Domain Controllers use their own internal DNS server for on-board applications with the internal DNS server handling those DNS requests for internet web sites. This would be problem for all Microsoft Domain Controllers with Malwarebytes 3 so I am hoping there is a well-known solution. One work-ar
  19. Hello all, I am trialing a VPN solution for my workplace. We are using the in built CISCO Meraki VPN Client Server to setup and maintain the VPN. The main goal of the VPN is to allow sales and technical staff access to network mapped resources back at HQ, and to allow the technicians to remotely enter customers sites. We setup all sites so that only our HQ IP address can access them remotely for security purposes. One of the key requirements of this VPN is to have FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) resolve correctly both onsite and offsite of HQ. Onto the issue at hand.
  20. Hi, I installed Malwarebyte 3.4.5 Premium, all work witout problem until I connect with VPN (ex. my office's vpn). After I enabled vpn connection after some time, my system stop dns name resolution; not all domains and every time blocked sites are different. (Ex. some time google.com, some time other sites) VPN is a PPTP VPN and I connect using Windows 10 with windows build-in client. Just for example : Before VPN connection: C: \ Users \ fabia> nslookup flapsystem.monday.com Server: afdcprd001.af-group.private Address: 172.2
  21. Greetings. I have inherited an installation of MWB Management Console/Server, v. 1.6.0.2816. I'm currently making preparations to upgrade to v. 1.8, but there's a specific issue I'm hoping to address that does not appear to be mentioned in the documentation: client IP for our end users is acquired using DNS, and since some of our endpoints are laptops that travel off-campus and other endpoints are machines that will occasionally be powered off for several days at a time, I find I am spending a lot of time curating the client database to deal with stale IPs and duplicate user endpoints.
  22. Have an odd situation. My MalwareBytes Premium is repeatedly showing blocks for an inbound IP address (we'll call it 199.99.9.9 for example) on port 53. I am running this on a personal 2008 server that does have MS DNS running and the server is behind a Cisco router that has an explicit ACL deny for 199.99.9.0/24. I've scanned the inbound connections on both the router and the server and do NOT see that IP address connected nor does the access-list show any matches for that IP being denied. Still, MalwareBytes is repeatedly blocking that IP about 50 times every 15 minutes. Any ideas where
  23. Hey folks and moderators i need some fast and quick help here! So i was playing my game and suddenly my monitor continously went close- off close-off that annoyed me and i went to my desktop and suddenly there were some russian programs i paniced a lot (was trying to download pirated game) i managed to delete that with malwarebytes (Thank God) but after restarting many times i managed to delete that (not sureif it got deleted) after that i was trying to open my browser it says no internet connection but i had ethernet+wifi adapter with full strenght of connection please reply quickly.
  24. Malwarebytes v3.1 (current version) on Windows, blocks ALL DNS lookups if Web Protection is ON (Default). I have now found this on a number of client PCs. Concequently I have removed Malwarebytes as this situation is unacceptable. We had spent hours trying to fix web browsing, until we discovered that the culprit was Malwarebytes! NOT HAPPY! When the very tool that is supposed to give you protection, breaks the system.
  25. Hi; I'm using malwarebytes 3.1.2.1733. Today i trying to connect to the VPN server under L2TP/IPSEC Connection(With presharedkey), everything is ok for about 1 hours, but then suddenly i got 'DNS Problem', it's mean i can't resolve any domain. i'm using L2TP VPN Protocol provided by windows10. In PPTP Connection it's ok, but when i using L2TP, i must disable 'web protection' to permit to the DNS traffic. so, its seems that problem caused by 'web protection' module.
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