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  1. Whatever this thing is it's running circles around malwarebytes that it has found nothing on top of acting wonky even after a fullscan. Sadly this occurred at the same exact time as those "malwarebytes not opening proper" and "tray icon not showing up" issues started coming in enmasse around 8-8-2020 on the forum making me believe it was a false positive. -Origin is most likely from malicious gelbooru ads around the time of 8-7-2020 (Sadly I did not get the memo that the current administrator is a scumbag who collaborates with malicious "ad" services when I went back there for the fi
  2. Hello all, first time poster. I have started coming across weird networking/firewall issues after prolonged use of my computer (I leave my computer on for the most part.) I'd say after about 2-3 days of being on, these issues will suddenly start occurring. Such issues include - OBS Studio will not authenticate with Twitch to provide API elements (The chat and stream info windows will not appear, resuilting with the error: failed to authenticate with twitch) Loading webpages taking a longer time than before... about 10 seconds to load up a google search page. Microsoft Re
  3. MB has been generating MANY notifications about a specific IP that is scanning my site. I have created an inbound rule in Windows Firewall to block a specific IP address. I was under the impression that the firewall would apply its rules before MB was able to detect the incoming IP. I am still getting the notifications from MB that it is blocking the IP. Any suggestions or comments are appreciated.
  4. Hi Malwarebytes, I'm keep getting Malwarebytes popup's about RTP detection on Trojans. I'v tried about everything, including putting all ip addresses noted by Malwarebytes in firewall block rules, both incoming and outgoing. I've run adwcleaner_8.0.0.exe which found 2 PUP entries: PUP.Optional.Legacy izito.nl and PUP.Optional.SofTonicAssistant Softonic NL. Both where removed by adwcleaner, but the somehow come back. I've also run HitmanPro but it shows tracking cookies only. And still Malwarebytes reports incoming Trojans. All reported Trojan inbound connections target port 4
  5. Recently in the past week I have been having problems connecting to the desktop site of Discord and .io domain (Aggie.io), and called out to support in ways to see how I could fix it. I had tried to download Malwarebytes to scan my computer, but it said an error occured, so I tried to save a MBAR from another Malwarebytes forum, but it said an error had also occurred with my proxy server (for LAN). Is there any way to fix the proxy or scan for Malware, And to get rid of PUP's?
  6. Will Windows Firewall Control be part of MBAM 4?
  7. I can't get updates to work. Docs say permit three URLs in firewall. Firewall only lets me select "malwarebyes" app but not the three required URLs (see screenshot)
  8. We have an MWB Management Console on a server. I was given a link at one time regarding ports that need opening on the client machines. I need the documentation again. In fact, I am hoping you have a roll-out plan that includes opening up all needed port.
  9. I just purchased MWB for home. Do I continue to run Windows Defender and Windows Firewall?
  10. Hello! I need some help! I popped into my "Allowed apps" setting in Windows 10. I had TONS of weird ports, both TCP and UDP. I deleted all of them, but some keep coming back. No strange processes or services running, and a clean scan on Malwarebytes.
  11. I just put one of my small business clients onto MWB Premium for Teams. They have version 3.3.1. Another vendor installed a Fortinet firewall which broke the update process. It seems the AV filter is blocking access to the update site and won't allow signature updates to download. The vendor says there is a problem with the site and put version 2.2 in for testing. Since the problem disappears as soon as they disable the Fortinet AV filter, they've concluded that the firewall must be blocking MWB because of a MWB problem (??). They further claimed that once a problem materializes with
  12. Hello I am a new one and unfortunately would like to start submitting question. I am going to change my antivirus tool installed on my PC (XP SP3, home edition, Ralink Wireless, Linksys router ). There are some reasons encouraging me to use Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. The point is I cannot recognise “MBAM” has or not built firewall functionality in (I am not familiar with IT technology). The second question, if not - what would be interaction between MBAM and extraneous firewalls, for instance ZonAlarm or Sygate? Explanation would be appreciated.
  13. i recently removed the MPC Cleaner virus from my pc and now my Firewall will not start and i cannot sign in to mhy Wireless network. Iactually have a 2G and a 5G network but only the 2g ssid shows up in the scans. My other devices are able to access both ssid's and i am able to access the internet using a cable attached to my LAN port. Inanticipation of needing to contact support i downloaded FRST64 and ran a scan with pretty much every box checked. My computer is a Sony VAIO AllI In One vcpl137fx running windows 7 sp1. the only things i tried to do werer to get the Firew
  14. Hello! I would like a guide to release the anti-ransomware malwarebytes in squid proxy and firewall. What urls release? Which door? Someone can tell me? Thank you.
  15. I am not sure of the correct location to post this as it does not originate from the Malwarebytes application itself. My firewall showing possible port scans from 2 consistent IP addresses that resolve to being affiliated with Malwarebytes update sources.The firewall is a Sonicwall TZ210 that has been in place for quite a while. There has not been any updates to the configuration, except updates to the firmware and automatic definition updates This seems to be more prevalent recently in my firewall logs and just want to make sure that is not a threat, or if I have my firewall set to
  16. Hi all, I run a web server with a number of sites hosted on it. I have recently installed MalwareBytes and it keeps logging a number of ip addresses of malicious websites attempting to connect to my server. Although I believe that MalwareBytes is stopping such connections from doing any harm, I have, nevertheless, added the IP address's range to a blocking inbound rule on the web server's native firewall (Windows Server 2012). Despite this, MB keeps bringing up alerts of access attempts from the same IP addresses. Isn't the firewall supposed to block the connection before it even gets to the
  17. Hi all, I run a web server with a number of sites hosted on it. I have recently installed MalwareBytes and it keeps logging a number of ip addresses of malicious websites attempting to connect to my server. Although I believe that MalwareBytes is stopping such connections from doing any harm, I have, nevertheless, added the IP address's range to a blocking inbound rule on the web server's native firewall (Windows Server 2012). Despite this, MB keeps bringing up alerts of access attempts from the same IP addresses. Isn't the firewall supposed to block the connection before it even gets to the
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