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  1. MalBytes keeps giving me multiple "inbound" and "outbound" trojan notices usually in "bursts" only minutes apart. Two of the most recent: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 1/3/20 Protection Event Time: 12:24 PM Log File: 514d7710-2e56-11ea-8896-000272c7c0d0.json -Software Information- Version: 4.0.4.49 Components Version: 1.0.785 Update Package Version: 1.0.17183 License: Premium -System Informat
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Hello, new to the site and the program. Currently running on a trial version, though really pleased by the program thus far. Anyway, today just past I noticed Malwarebytes was informing me about an ip address getting blocked making both inbound & outbound connections. I checked the logs, it had been doing so since 12:00 am, so far about 50 times, maybe more. at times when I noticed, I tried turning off my browser, and all programs that communicate with the internet, but they continued, so I unplugged my ethernet cable, which stopped it. When I plugged it back in about, it started agai
  5. Hi Attached pop-up occuring constantly. IP' is not always the same. Is there something wrong with svchost.exe or ...?
  6. I recently installed Malwarebytes after some suspicions due to slow computer running speed in order to run a scan (which turned up 2 entries), and activated a trial for the enhanced protection services. A few days later, I began to receive repeated notifications that a malicious website was blocked, trying to access Skype and svchost. I promptly closed Skype and disconnected my computer from the internet for a bit as I deleted my stored passwords and cache and ran a scan, which turned up nothing. As of reconnecting my computer to the internet after closing Skype, I have not received any more n
  7. While watching a YouTube video, I noticed Malwarebytes starting to go insane with notifications blocking both inbound and outbound connections from the IP 121.54.58.246 to Skype. I never have any ads in Skype and while Malwarebytes does randomly block IP's inbound to skype at times, its never been anything like this before. A quick google search of this IP address reveals that it is listed in the StopForumSpam database as well as project honeypot who states it is used in dictionary attacks (see attached image). I have attached the Malwarebytes protection log, should I be concerned about t
  8. Hi, Today I noticed an inbound connection that was blocked by malwarebytes. C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe Port 123 I checked yesterdays protection log and noticed the same block, however from different IP address. I checked logs from rest of the week, and found no sings from it. The detection from today seems to come from Netherlands, and the yesterdays one from Lithuania. Since these were inbound instead of outbound that means that Malwarebytes is doing its job right? But I don't think that its normal to be "under attack" like this. And i'm kinda paranoid when it comes to pc viruses so b
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