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I just installed the Version 4 upgrade and was looking around the new interface and noticed that there was a single "Allow List" entry with an unknown IP address. I am not aware that I have ever entered an IP address that allowed a website to be skipped with Malwarebytes. The IP address is owned by a Russian company. The IP address is 18.104.22.168. Has anyone ever heard of this or know what it might be? Could it have been entered remotely? Kaspersky addresses are not in this range. I thought it very peculiar.
Hi. We have three computers at home, all running Malwarebytes v3.2.2 and Windows 10 Pro. Two of them are running Zone Alarm Firewall and Virus Protection, the other has Norton Internet Security. Suddenly a couple of days ago, all three simultaneously started constantly blocking incoming signals from 192.168.8.102, which is our router's IPv4 address. Default Gateway is 192.168.8.1. I have added the IPv4 address to Exclusions, which fixes the constant blocking messages, but is this an appropriate solution? Dave