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In IE and Firefox I have problems with browser based admin monitors on our local network, including localhost. IP address could be 192.168.0.1:9566 or such. Turning Anti-Exploit off allows connections and logins to proceed., otherwise the connection fails at some point and the browser hangs. Problems are also experienced with connecting to legitimate websites which require a login, such as this forum, unless Anti-Exploit is turned off.
This thread https://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?/topic/174405-mb-constant-stopping-69197188122-localhostworld/is locked so I couldn't write there, but this is a reply to that one. I don't think that is a false positive. I had a problem where my Google requests on Chrome for example were directed to a weird, old version of Google. Clearly a fishing site of some sort. No idea where I got that trojan from. What happens is Internet Options / Connections / LAN settings / [x] Use automatic configuration script is injected with http://localhost.world/localhost.local And this downloads a script with all Google requests being forwarded to PROXY 188.8.131.52:8484. I did run Malwarebytes and it did NOT found this problem. Where a simple solution is to just remove that offending configuration script link. I do not know if there are additional problems caused by the same trojan.