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i recently downloaded the newest version of MBAM and when i opened it, it asked if i'd like to try the pro version for free. i figured why not, and i guess one of the upgraded features is that it actively monitors incoming and outgoing connections and will block them if it deems any of them suspicious. well, ever since it started monitoring, popups have been appearing that state it has blocked a connection that is potentially malicious. prior to this my computer was infected (vundo trojan i think) but MBAM took care of it and i subsequently did a full system scan and it showed up clean. my question is, is there a way to find out which processes are causing these connections?

i have done reverse nslookups on the IP addresses and they are coming from Russia and China. i opened TCPView and another netstat type viewer called cports but neither have really helped as none of the open processes seems to be associated with the IPs that MBAM is blocking. also fwiw it seems to detect potentially malicious connections that are both incoming and outgoing.

any help would be appreciated!

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