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  1. Hi, I have the free version of Malwarebytes, and at 19:02 today (UK time) I had five incidences of reports of an outbound connection to a compromised site, umekana(dot)ru. I'm really not very good with these things, but obviously this seems cause for concern. I'm scanning my PC (I run Windows 10) with Avast and Malwarebytes as I'm writing this. If anyone could help me figure out what the problem is and how to resolve it, and what threat my computer is under, I would much appreciate it. I imagine further information shall be needed. If so, please do guide me on how to find it an
  2. While browsing in Google Chrome I will occasionally encounter a distracting barrage of "Website blocked" popups. The message provides domain & IP information, etc. on the malicious site, but does not indicate which open tab in the browser is responsible. I would prefer to simply avoid sites which embed links to the malicious ones, but at this point I am reduced to a trial-and-error approach--tough when there are 30+ tabs open. Am I missing something? Does Malwarebytes/MBAM (Premium v.3.3.1) provide a way to view this information? If not, would you consider this as a possible feature t
  3. I was typing in some malicious websites into Google Search (not the URL bar so I wouldn't actually GO to the site) to see if my SiteAdvisor would display an "X" next to the dangerous site, just to test it (I guess there are better ways to do this but I figured this way was safe). I typed it in like I did in the screenshot below. Malwarebytes then showed a notification for that website being blocked, even though I never actually visited it. Will typing a bad URL into Google Search actually harm my computer, or does Malwarebytes just show the notification to warn you not to visit the site or som
  4. Three days ago I started to see popups alerting me of outbound connection attempts being blocked by Malwarebytes. The details of the event showed the following: Domain:"N/A"; IP Address:"255.255.255.255"; Port:"68"; Type:"Outbound Connection"; File: "C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe". I was stupidly logged in as administrator. I ran a Malwarebytes scan with the following results: -Scan Options-Memory: Enabled; Startup: Enabled; Filesystem: Enabled; Archives: Enabled; Rootkits: Enabled; Heuristics: Enabled; PUP: Detect; PUM: Detect; -Scan Summary- Type: Threat Scan; Result: Completed; Obje
  5. Since 9/28/17, I have periodically getting reports that MW has blocked a malicious outgoing website. FRST.txt Addition.txt MWB Rep 11262017_1.txt MWB Rep 11262017_2.txt MWB Rep 11262017_3.txt
  6. I have installed Malwarebytes on windows web server. I can see continuing popup blocking of outgoing request to somain.pw domain. I found that every time IP is same. I don't know what is doing php application. Please let me know if you have any information about that activity. Below is the full log of blocking. Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 10/18/17 Protection Event Time: 9:41 AM Log File: 00049726-b40a-11e7-b805-0e47fd9b6890.json Administrator: Yes -Software Information- Version: 3.2.2.2029 Component
  7. I've been getting Malicious Website outbound message via Malwarebytes. It stops them, but cannot remove the problem. Have updated MB and Norton Internet Security - they acknowledge an issue, but can't resolve it. Any ideas?
  8. I also having same problems. on English version The network driver are OK. No newer driver
  9. Hi all, Same story as everyone else, I suppose: Malware Bytes blocking lots of outbound malicious contacts to suspicious sites, so just trying to remove the source of all that. I've followed the instructions on the forum and run FRST. Logs attached. Any help you can offer is greatly appreciated! I ran all scans, so attached the FRST, Additional, and Shortcuts files. Many thanks! Addition.txt FRST.txt Shortcut.txt
  10. Hi Attached pop-up occuring constantly. IP' is not always the same. Is there something wrong with svchost.exe or ...?
  11. (My appologies for the length, if .) On my laptop (updated from Windows 7 -> Windows 10 about 6 months ago) runs since 3 months Anti-Malware Premium (AM) and Anti-Exploit Premium (AEx) – daily complete scans (I activated rootkit search) without any findings (except for the first day when the rather nasty “Amazon1ButtonApp,” sneakily installed via the Java installer, was detected and removed). AEx is displaying since its installation consistently “Blocked Exploit Attempts: 0.” Once in a while – maybe about 1 time in 2 weeks – does AM not initialise on starting the laptop (= icon do
  12. Hi, all, I opened Chrome today and Malwarebytes notified me that it blocked an outboud Malicious Website Protection, Domain, to docs.ironbeast.io I've never heard of this website/service and it only happens when I use Chrome. It just started about a few hours ago after booting my computer. I've tried many things to fix this and the problem only occurs with Chrome. Here's what I've done: Uninstalled Chrome Ran scans with Malwarebytes (treat detections as malware and with rootkits) and my AV protection Ran and used Rkill (?), Adwcleaner, and JRT following another post
  13. I am getting persistent attacks from a website and need help stopping this. I do have Malwarebytes, the paid version. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  14. The program has been continuously giving warnings about a website (f.asdfzxcv1312.com). Do I need to do something? The message is that a malicous outboud website has been blocked. Thanks! Log.txt
  15. Hi there, I have had some issues in the last couple of days with DNS unblocker. After reading some guides on how to remove it, I have been unsuccessful. Though it does not show up in my program list or as a Firefox addon. I have however managed to get Malwarebytes Premium installed and now it prevents those annoying links, but does come up with a warning in the bottom right, every minute or two saying: Blocked outgoing Malicious Website Domain: m55.dnsqa.me IP: 82.163.143.92 Port: 65504 Type: Outbound Process: C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe I have found that typic
  16. Hi all, I run a web server with a number of sites hosted on it. I have recently installed MalwareBytes and it keeps logging a number of ip addresses of malicious websites attempting to connect to my server. Although I believe that MalwareBytes is stopping such connections from doing any harm, I have, nevertheless, added the IP address's range to a blocking inbound rule on the web server's native firewall (Windows Server 2012). Despite this, MB keeps bringing up alerts of access attempts from the same IP addresses. Isn't the firewall supposed to block the connection before it even gets to the
  17. Hi all, I run a web server with a number of sites hosted on it. I have recently installed MalwareBytes and it keeps logging a number of ip addresses of malicious websites attempting to connect to my server. Although I believe that MalwareBytes is stopping such connections from doing any harm, I have, nevertheless, added the IP address's range to a blocking inbound rule on the web server's native firewall (Windows Server 2012). Despite this, MB keeps bringing up alerts of access attempts from the same IP addresses. Isn't the firewall supposed to block the connection before it even gets to the
  18. Hi, I keep getting pop ups from Malwarebytes telling me that it had blocked an outgoing threat from a malicious website. It has been happening for a week. My FRST & Addition logs are attached, as well as my Malwarebytes daily protection log for 10-12-15... Thank you, Marie Addition.txt FRST.txt 10-12-15 daily protection log.txt
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