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  1. Hi, I am trying to renew my certificate using Certify The Web (v but it is failing with No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it I asked in that forum and was told that I have malware / adware. I scanned using Malewarebytes and it did find some adware. These have been cleaned but I am still unable to update the SSL certificate. Any help appreciated. Addition.txt AdwCleaner[S04].txt FRST.txt
  2. I keep having a little box in the corner of my screen popping up and telling me that svchost.exe is being blocked by Malwarebytes. Mainly the website is found under the same IP, but the port is always different. This pop-up occurs very frequently, and typically in quick succession. I would really appreciate any help I could get in removing the cause of this problem. Thanks!
  3. Windows7 MSI netbook sth wrong with drivers chcecked for updates using this don't know what to do (this is the right topic, please reply here), Thanks
  4. Hello, I have a website at www.JereBear.tk which has suddenly/somehow gotten itself on the blocked websites list... well, sort of. My website's IP is not actually what is blocked, it is an IP address belonging to my hosting provider, and as such I am a little concerned. If my site had become infected with malware, that would be one thing, but I'm not sure how my provider has made the blocklist. Here is some more info that might help. The IP in question is MBAM reports that the connection was on port 1062. My hosting provider is 000webhost, AKA Hosting24. This seemed to come
  5. Hi, A couple of months back i was befriended by a stranger on Skype. McAfee Antivirus software was running on my Windows 7 pc. While chatting with this person my Antivirus software alerted me that my pc was being probed through various ports. I immediately closed all contact with this person, but the damage had already been done. Various ports on my pc get probed from all over the net on a daily basis. +50/daily Recently i installed Malwarebytes and scanned all my files. It found PUP:Datamangr in the registry and i promptly removed the registry entry and rebooted the pc. i thought i had fin
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