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  1. 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 Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) will not work period - either via the internet or locally to my home server. My computer can ping my home server, but the server cannot ping my computer from command prompt.... despite my computers DHCP-assigned static IP showing up when using arp -a. Windows Defenders Firewall WILL NOT load (Although I hear that MBAM may set the Windows Defender processes to be Manual rather than automatic so that may explain this) When creating sessions in games like Monster Hunter World, the session takes F O R E V E R to load. Likewise, using Splashtop (my work's remote access software) to remotely access client computers also can take a prolonged time than normal. Restarting the computer resolves all these issues and everything works as normal. Me being in IT, I thought a networking issue might have been causing this (Specifically thinking that port 443 was being blocked or something) but after running several port checks, updating my routers firmware, updating my LAN driver on my pc ect I determined that the issue is isolated to my system. Then I found this post on Bleeping Computer (Hopefully link sharing is not against the rules here..): https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/716117/cannot-open-windows-firewall/ And noticed all the similarities between me and this poster's issues - specifically that we both have MBAM Premium. After finding this revelation, I have come here to seek help on the matter. I am running Windows 10 1909 with MBAM Premium 4.1.0.56. I apologize if this issue has been posted before but it is kind of difficult searching up this topic..
  2. 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.
  3. 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 445 (SMB), see attached log. On the system we're using Malwarebytes Premium 4.0.4 How is it even possible that these connection get through the firewall?? Any thoughts anyone? Cheers, Paul MBAMSERVICE.LOG
  4. 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?
  5. Will Windows Firewall Control be part of MBAM 4?
  6. 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)
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