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How do I find the source of outgoing attempt?

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I've had a few incidents of the "Microsoft Security Center 2012" intrusion software and removed them by copying my entire partition from a backup - it seems to be the only way I can stop this garbage once it starts. But, it returns every few days.

I finally decided to turn on the realtime protection in my Malwarebytes Pro and, sure enough, the very first night it nailed an attempt by something on my computer to attempt to access a site somewhere in the good ol' USSR. Three attempts at 00:30hrs, five minutes apart.

My Malwarebytes (updated) scan doesn't see anything suspicious on my computer. How do I find the source of the attempted communications?

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Greetings :)

It sounds like something hidden, like a rootkit or trojan, may still be on the system. I would highly recommend doing the following to receive free expert assistance in getting the system cleaned up:

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