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I'm running MBAM v22.214.171.1243 (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 Firefox or IE I start getting those pop ups. If I type any URL to google into the address bar of either browser I get an immediate error from each browser that the page is not accessible or secure connection failed. This is not limited to google, it happens with many, many sites. On another PC that is set up as identically as it can be, but with MBAM database v2018.1.24.8, none of this behavior is happening. I'm not updating that one for the time being. Meanwhile, I see the MBAM database has been updated to v2018.1.27.6 as I have been writing this and MBAM is still popping up 'blocked' messages for legitimate sites . . .
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 following the steps. I ran a MalwareBytes scan (log attached), and no issues relating to this were found. Although there was PUP.Optional.Conduit and PUP.Optional.Spigot found. (I had these show up before the current issue too). I also downloaded the Farbar Recovery Scan Tool as instructed. Logs attached. Any help would be greatly appreciated!