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I have been getting repeated messages about attempts that Malwarebytes has been blocking to access a variety of web sites, giving their numerical addresses.

Is there any way to track which programs or files in the system are trying to access those sites and quarantine them? They are frequent enough to be a distraction and slow down my computer.

I am also fighting repeated instances of ping.exe running and using up my system memory. I have already used tdss killer and rkill but ping.exe keeps cropping up, even after I manually shut it down in the task manager.

The problem started when I got a fake antivirus program warning message which disabled my computer. The system is working now, but with the problems mentioned above.

I posted this in the general forum, and they redirected me here for help.

Thank you

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Hello ,

Would you advise if you have resolved your issues or if you have sought help elsewhere?

If not resolved and you are not already seeking help elsewhere, I'd like for you to rerun a new DDS and Copy & Paste the DDS.txt into a new reply.

ref read and follow the directions here, skipping any steps you are unable to complete.

Anyone other than original-poster who has similar issues, do not reply here. Start your own topic.

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