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  1. I have recently acquired a popup ad virus on my iMac (macOS High Sierra 10.13.6). This virus sends my multiple popup ads through out the day telling me my Nortons or McAfee has expired, My Mac has a virus sent from a mock apple website page and virus protection ads. Each popup includes costsimpleplay.com on the notification. I have blocked this site from notifications and popups with no success. When I run my Malwarebytes it tells my my computer is clean. I have found one site about this virus, however it only explains how to rid it on a PC. Please help!
  2. Hi, First of all, I'm sorry my Norton is in Dutch. Next, I'm sorry if my English isn't all up there. I'll do my best :) Yesterday I noticed that Norton gave me lots of warnings about an attack. (System infected: Miner.bitcoinminer activity 7). The interval between the warnings is around 6 seconds. I really need a solution. I have way too much important files about my internship and school on my laptop; which leads me to the next question: If I follow the help, will that make me lose any files? I'll put a screen of the Norton warning in this thread. Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi, I have Norton Security installed and running on my computer. Can I have Malwarebytes simultaneously runing on the same PC? Do you consider that this is a good idea? Because I am not an expert on cybersecurity, I would like to know your oppinion. Do both programs working together cover more harmfull cases than only one?' Maybe it is a bad idea? or Maybe not? Thank you very much in advance!😉
  4. So I’ve read other forums on this website on how to remove the “Miner.Bitcoinminer Activity 7” that norton keeps popping up, I’ve read other forums and followed what they did but I’m not sure if I did it right, it would be helpful if i could get help from a professional or similar, on the side note I have windows.
  5. Just an FYI that an update to MB Premium v3.2.2.2018 (CU 1.0.188) did not fix the issue described in my previous thread MB / Norton Exploit Protection Conflict with 32-bit Firefox Browser? where my Norton Security Automatic LiveUpdates (ALUs) fail if MB's Web Protection module is enabled. I performed an over-the-top update from v3.1.2 to v.3.2.2 on 27-Aug-2017 using the latest installer from https://downloads.malwarebytes.com/file/mb3 (note that the Settings | Application | Application Update | Install Application Updates button reported that "No updates are available"). I ran MB v3.2.2 with Web Protection and Exploit Protection both disabled (Ransomware Protection is automatically disabled on my 32-bit vista machine) and confirmed that my background Norton ALUs were running correctly. I then enabled Web Protection 28-Aug-2017 @ 9:27 AM and re-booted, and the very first Norton ALU was cancelled after trying to run to completion for over 80 min. mb-check-results.zip FRST.txt Addition.txt ---------- 32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox ESR v52.3.0 * NS Premium v22.10.0.85 * MB Premium v3.2.2.2018-1.0.188 HP Pavilion dv6835ca, Intel Core2Duo T5550 @ 1.83 GHz, 3 GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS
  6. My other machine is blocked from the Internet as reported by Chrome and IE. Malwarebytes is blocking outbound every few seconds, referring to dropbox,norton wifi privacy, chrome, etc. I ran both Norton and Malwarebytes without a cable or wireless enabled. Neither found any issue. I'm typing this from another machine using the same network with no issue. Two other machines have accessed the network, also with no issues. I need some assistance to get the faulty machine back online. Thanks. Joel
  7. I have been using Norton Utilities and Malwarebytes Premium for several years with no problems. Recently I get a message from Malwarebytes Premium that my Real-Time Protection is turned off. When turn it on, it automatically switches off. I believe this is a lack of compatibility with Norton Utilities. Does anyone have an idea of how to resolve? Thanks, Pam
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