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  1. Before submitting a possible FP, please be sure that you have - 1. Checked the list of blocked gTLDs (Generic top-level domains (gTLDs) are one of the categories of top-level domains (TLDs) maintained by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) for use in the Domain Name System of the Internet. These gTLDs are blocked because the ratio of bad to good domains may be higher than average, indicating that the registry could do a better job of enforcing policies and shunning abusers.) Currently we are blocking the following gTLDs - .accountant .reisen 2.
  2. I'm running MBAM v2.2.1.1043 (I don't see where else to post for this version) with database v2018.01.27.03 on Windows 7 Home Premium SP1. I'm also running ESET NOD32 v9.0.425.0. Since booting up and logging on today MBAM throws constant 'malicious website blocked' pop ups for legitimate outgoing traffic when I'm in 1) Firefox 57.0.4 or 58.0, 2) MS Internet Explorer 11, and Thunderbird email client. MBAM was not doing this yesterday. Blocked items include google.com and related domains like googleapis.com (used by the MBAM site). If I start typing anything into the search box in Fire
  3. Hello, I just opened my chrome browser, and received a message from MalwareBytes premium that it blocked a re-direct to inclk.com due to it being a malicious website. The last thing that I did was install plug-ins for paint.net from what seemed like a legitimate website. Here is the site which discussed the add-on I was looking for: https://www.thoughtco.com/editable-text-in-paint-net-1702095 It suggested to download the add-on from here: http://www.isimonbrown.co.uk/plugin-pack/ I found a thread called" I'm infected - What do I do now?" and am
  4. Hi Hope this is the right place to post. I have Malwarebytes 2.2.1.1043, Premium Version (I've contacted customer support but thought I'd come to the forums too for belt-and-braces approach).... As of today I have a Malwarebytes message popping up very frequently: Malicious website blocked, IP 239.255.255.250, port 53792, Outbound, Process : C:|ProgramFiles(x86)\Google\Chrome\Applications\Chrome.exe; A little googling tells me this is my computer requesting access to this ip address, probably because it is looking for but not finding an external device. How can I confirm w
  5. This is a very frustrating issue...I continuously get a popup from MBAM telling me a Malicious Website Blocked with the domain uav.tidaltv.com. see attached. I've done complete scans using MBAM, AdAware, Hitman Pro, and MBAM beta anti-rootkit software, all to no avail. This popup seems to only be active when IE 11 is open. It doesn't appear immediately, but after a few minutes with the browser open it will pop up, and at every browser refresh. This leads me to believe there's something deeply imbedded either in the registry or in some obscure folder in my root directory which activates wit
  6. Hi, It started at 15:50 CET 28 November 2016. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Home (Premium) 2.2.1.1043 started blocking access to wikipedia.org and wikimedia.org websites. I have tried adding these domain to the list of exclusions, but it didn't help. Anyone having this same issue? Best regards, Alerteye
  7. Hello, To profess, I have very little knowledge on computer, security and programs. Last night, I tried to download an album from a site that I've never been to. During the download, a program opened, it change my default search engine and I suspect that it downloaded a program. I cannot be fully sure what was downloaded. I believe it was a malaware or something. I opened my computer in safe mode to delete the program I just downloaded. After I restarted the computer I changed and removed this new default search engine, but it would not solve the issue. So I decided to reformat my computer
  8. I'm trying to help my dad with his computer. His grandson (my nephew) plays games online and downloads stuff, all from really shady websites. I downloaded Malwarebytes and it deleted 160 items. Then I downloaded Panda, and it deleted another 15 items. All the noticeable bad stuff seems to be gone; the constant ad pop-ups, the absurd amounts of toolbars, and the mysterious link hijacking where you'd click on a link but instead of going to that site, it would instead open up a new window going to spam or something. So with all those things seemingly resolved, we just have the constant pop-u
  9. Dear Team, I am trying to remove adwares (DNSlocker) and plugins from my computer and web browsers. I installed Malware bytes and ran a scan through which I deleted infected files but the problem was not solved. Moreover, I couldn't access internet if I kept malwarebytes enabled. I went through the threads and learnt about farbar recovery tool and ran the scan which generated the two texts files (attached). Please help with 1) Removing the dnslocker virus. 2) Accessing the internet keeping the malwarebyte enabled. Thank you B FRST.txt Addition.txt
  10. On some, but not all websites I connect my browser to, Malware Bytes issues a message saying "Malicious Website Blocked". It lists the domain as whatever website I'm trying to connect-to, for example, my email provider www.hostmanagement.net. But regardless of what domain it shows, it always lists the same IP address 92.242.140.21, even though that's not the IP address of the domain-name shown. The process is firefox.exe. The port is 52189 and the type is "outgoing". BTW, if I ping 92.242.140.21 from the DOS command line I also get the same "Malicious Website Blocked- 92.242.140.21"
  11. continuously popping up "malicious website blocked" by malwarebytes IP : 146.185.239.240 type : outbound DNS address is changing Please help!! FRST.txt Addition.txt
  12. This is a very frustrating issue...I continuously get a popup from MBAM telling me a Malicious Website Blocked with the domain uav.tidaltv.com. see attached. I've done complete scans using MBAM, Ad Aware, Hitman Pro, and MBAM beta anti-rootkit software, all to no avail. This popup seems to only be active when IE 11 is open. It doesn't appear immediately, but after a few minutes with the browser open it will pop up, and at every browser refresh. This leads me to believe there's something deeply imbedded either in the registry or in some obscure folder in my root directory which activates with
  13. I have the paid version of malwarebytes Anti-Malware, which caught this: Malicious website Blocked Domain: IP: xx.xxx.xxx.xx Port: xxxxx Type: Outbound Process: C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe It kept coming back with different IP addresses. If I kept excluding website, it quiets down. Another issue, I have VPN, and anyconnect had an issue also, but nothing happened since I put it in quarantine and deleted it. Till now, I followed the instruction given in another topic by Twinheadedeagle: Disabled Malwarebytes anti-malware; Downloaded Malwarebytes anti-root kit but found nothing; (f
  14. I too am having the same issue as most on the pop up "malicious software blocked" about every 3 seconds- please advise, I am by far not computer "knowledgeable"....I do have McAfee and Malwarebytes and after full scans nothing is showing ? I am on windows 8.1- Thank you!
  15. Hello I have recently (the last couple days) been constantly getting the "Malicious Website Blocked" popups, even when no web browsers are open. As many others on here have written, the popups report different IPs, different/no domains, different ports, but are always "outbound" types, and the process is always "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\dllhost.exe", although I have now noticed a few times where it's a different file name than "dllhost.exe". I have scanned many times with MBAM Premium, with rootkits checked, but it always comes up clean. Also, my situation may be unique because I have noticed
  16. TwinHeadedEagle, on 27 Dec 2014 - 03:26 AM, said: Thank you.... and I will be very happy to donate. First: where do I get the FRST tool? Second. I have downloaded and run Rkill several times so I have reports available. Third: Even though I shut down Malwarebytes, Anti-rootkit keeps insisting it won't run unless I shut down Malwarebytes... so not sure if I should remove all copies, then try to run Anti-Rootkit. Let me know where to find the FRST tool and I will open my problem in the indicated forum. Thank you..... Problem signature.doc
  17. Is this a virus issue? Continuous pop-up for Mal website blocked, every 30 second0s or so. I ran the MB rootkit and found nothing. I can't sort the Quarantine history by category (what the hell?) but there's "spigot" in Common Files and the path leads to "wthx195.dll" that keeps getting quarantined.. The IP 112.175.243.12 stays the same (far as I see in the popup message) Domain: navu70zncn74.co.cc (though the prefix will change, only keeping the .co.cc ending) Port: 50296, 50399, keeps changing Type: Outbound c:\windows\system\svchost.exe BIG PS: THE MB FORUM SEARCH DOES NOT FIND IP
  18. Malwarebytes is blocking a malicious website, IP 88.214.193.54 Please help. Thanks.
  19. I keep getting the same alert every few seconds. It says "malicious website blocked" Domain: IP: 195.62.25.111 Port: 49415 Type: Inbound Process: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Rundll32.exe I ran FRST and here are the logs: FRST.txt Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST.txt) (x64) Version: 19-11-2014 Ran by Susan (administrator) on SUSAN-LAPTOP on 19-11-2014 15:32:17 Running from C:\Users\Susan\Downloads Loaded Profiles: Susan & QBDataServiceUser21 (Available profiles: Susan & x3oadmin & QBDataServiceUser17 & QBDataServiceUser21 & Administrator & Guest) Platform: Wi
  20. I have Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (Premium), and Anti-Exploit Premium Windows 7, SP 1 64-bit OS 6 GB RAM I ran the anti-malware scan and it detected nothing. I ran a custom scan of my external backup drive and it detected nothing. Yet the popups keep coming, "Outbound" is blocked, but something must be generating the Outbound. ============================================= Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool, FRST.txt and Addition.txt logs are attached, as well as an .rtf file with the images of the popups and the Malwarebytes scan results. Malwarebytes popups.rtf FRST.txt Addition.tx
  21. Hi, I've recently been getting huge cpu usage spikes, multiple dllhost.exe processes appearing and have detected constant Malicious Website Blocked messages popping up every few seconds. These messages range from appsrumors.com, xmlka.com and fff5ee.com domains that I've seen others posting about recently. I ran Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, detected & removed the threats successfully however, the issues came back. Attached are the logs from my latest Malwarebytes and FRST scans. Thank you for any help you can provide in advance. mbam-log-2014-10-31.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  22. Hello, My computer is extreamly slow and malwarebytes malicious website blocked continually pops up, c:\windows\syswow64\dlllhost.exe. Also Powershell error screen. Please help. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  23. I think i got infected on Friday 14th. A windows dialogue box appeared to install a genuine looking file, I clicked on OK to install it before Malwarebytes intercepted it. Ever since then it keeps displaying: "Malicious website blocked Domain: IP: 194.165.0.3 Port: 6881 Type: inbound Process: C:\windows\explorer.exe " and "Malicious website blocked Domain: IP: 79.35.131.29 Port: 6881 Type: outbound Process: C:\windows\explorer.exe " I tried the usual scans with Avast Internet Security, Malwarebytes Premium, Windows Defender and System Restore but no luck and nothing found. S
  24. For the past 3-4 days, we are experiencing "Intrusion attempt blocked - System Infected: TrojanAdclicker Activity" messages by Norton, We also have high CPU and memory usage by several dhlhost *32 processes. Was able to successfully download Malwarebytes trial version and do a full scan. It did not show any infection. Instead, we are continually seeing malicious website blocked - fffsee.com and similar such messages. Norton security history shows unauthorized access blocked and the actor is Malwarebytes.exe. In addiiton, task manager shows several several dhlhost *32 processes executing. I
  25. I apparently have the Poweliks virus with a popup that states "Malicious Website Blocked and has the fff5ee.com domain. I have Malwarebytes anti-malware premium and also Norton Internet Security. I have run CCleaner and Maleware Anti-Malware scans. I attempted to run Farbar Recovery Scan Tool but cannot due to a message that popups that states "your security settings do not allow this file to be downloaded". This has occurred on other files I have tried to open in the past day. How do I proceed to get this problem fixed? Thanks
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