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  1. My lan or ethernetport keeps getting the "unknown network" error whenever I try to use it. Sofar I have removed and reinstalled the drivers, reset almost all winsock possible, yet non of this seems to work.
  2. Hello! I really need some help. I have a Windows 10 Pro x64 computer that says my Ethernet works fine and is connected to the internet but my browsers cannot connect to the internet. I tried a bunch of stuff, nothing works. Malwarebytes detected no problem. I also use AVG Internet Security and it found nothing. Please help me
  3. It's first time for me to use Malware-Bytes. My friend recommended me to use this, he said it's good. But when I use it for the first time, It detects a lot of threats on my pc, I have trusted my friend about it's goodness, and I just click Clean the threats after MB finish scanning. I saw there are couple registry files enlisted. But I still selected them all and clean it. Unluckily, after that. I cannot use PC to connect with other PC whereas it's in the same network. Oddly, I still can ping them in CMD. But when I try to enter the sharing folder or network, other PC is invisible.
  4. Hi All, I have had the unfortunate task of trying to locate and remove Ransomware from a network, the only application that found the Ransomware and Quarantined it was Malwarebytes Ransomware Beta (I was unaware of MBAE) The ransomare attacked all server shares on the LAN and although i had Kaspersky for Windows Server with its Anti-Cryptor module active and watching the shares, the ransomware infected without KAV doing a thing. All my scans, KAV Removal Tool, Malwarebytes, Hitman Pro found nothing, only when i loaded the Malwarebytes Ransomware Beta did it get detected. Th
  5. since a new windows update my lan doesnt work anymore and I get invalid ip configuration in troubleshoot. What do I need to do?
  6. Hi, I'm looking for malware sample/name that spreads over LAN networks. This malware has to target Windows 7 workstations and spreads using FTP, SMB etc. Does anybody know about a malware that do that, or has a sample of it? Thanks
  7. Computer: Dell XPS 15 Base Operating System: Windows 8.1 (64) I'm setting up a brand new Dell computer. One of the first things I always do is download Google Chrome. The second thing I always do is install Malwarebytes. Once I had these two items installed, I began installing other software. Almost immediately I had issues with Malwarebytes detecting something. I ran a full scan, deleted what was in quarantine, ran another scan. Immediately I was unable to connect to the internet. I used another computer to research and it returned a possible problem in a Chrome extension, so I uninstalled
  8. Every time I try to go online, I encounter the message "unable to connect to proxy server". This is with any search browser. The issue started occurring after I installed what I thought was a free game which also installed a whole bunch of other programs. I have uninstalled all of them butt it still won't let me go online. I have tried to uncheck the box in LAN settings to disable the use of a proxy server, but it automatically rechecks itself. I'm assuming this is a virus and I don't know how to remove it. I have watched numerous videos and done numerous things to try and resolve this issue.
  9. Hi there! I've been desperately trying to solve this problem with various Anti-virus software scans and resetting my browser settings to default, but nothing seems to work: Proxy server keeps ticking itself in the box at LAN settings. I am running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit version. I have used HitManPro3, it detects the Proxy server problem, but doesn't entirely fixes it. I have attached the log. Every time I scan - it appears again even when it showed as repaired. With Malwarebyts Anti-Malware it has detected PUP.Optional. files, but doesn't fix the problem too. Log is attached.
  10. Hi! Around a week ago, all my Windows computers suddenly couldn't connect to the Internet. Here are the details: Desktop - connected to LAN. Error: LAN connection / Ethernet Adaptor may have a problem Laptop - connected via WiFi Error: "Limited Access" Laptop - connected via WiFi Error: "Limited Access" The service team from my Internet Service Provider tried to connect their laptop to our LAN and WiFi, and both worked fine for them - so they assume that our problem is caused by a virus. The weird thing is, my Macbook, iPhone, iPad, and Nexus 7 can all connect to the Internet with no problems
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