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  1. My son installed Origin to try the Sims games. Since I am witnessing suspect behaviors on my PC: 1) Pop ups in Chrome 2) Unable to run malwarebytes in Safe Mode. 3) Error message when I try to connect ot my favorite java game: NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID Mawarebytes has no detection. Attached the requested reports. Thank you so much for your support. Addition.txt FRST.txt 18-01-01 mbamreport.txt
  2. Hello, Received outbound website pop-up from MB after updating Electronic Arts Origin client a few minutes ago on December 2, 2016. Program version: 2.2.1.1043 Database version: 2016.12.2.10 Possibly related to the recent thread under this one for "s2.symcb"? Host for 23.61.187.27 is Akamai Technologies as well.
  3. when downloading Steam Client and Origin Client(Origin EA) the initiated downloads referred to a.akamaihd.net instead of where it usually always had in the past, https//store.steampowered.com/about/ and http://www.dm.origin.com/download,. respectively Also in addition to this,a.akamaihd.net referral, when I checked my yahoo e-mail, an unknown file passed through my downloader in Microsoft.Edge, the file is named ESQ1zrkb.js . it did not let me stop it in time and it did nothing but warn me it was not from a legitmate source. I was warned but it did not stop the download, it auto-down
  4. Malware-bytes started out having a red theme, and now everything is blue, and I'm talking about all programs, basically everything is always blue. This is nice when we invert colors, then it's orange, but most people don't do that. I'd like to see a nice deep red option in malware bytes because it looks more serious, and that's the feel that I think the program deserves, blue looks too calming for a malware program. This can NOT be set as the default, because people will wonder why it doesn't match the website, but having it as an easy to select option would be really nice.
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