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This is NOT malicious domain...I cannot download anuthing from them,website blocking deny access.Please fix this.Why this product have so much false positives??!

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Hello, Stalker90:

Your original topic in this section was moved to the FP section >>HERE<<.

That is the correct sub-forum for your question. :)

Please be sure you have selected to track that topic with immediate email notifications, so you'll know when someone replies.

There's no need to re-post here with a duplicate topic. :)

While you're waiting for expert help in your other topic, you might want to read the FP posting guidelines >>HERE<<, so that the MBAM staff can better assist you.

Thank you!

daledoc1

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Hi, again, Stalker90:

You first post was move to the correct section for False Positive reporting >>>HERE<<<. :)

Forum administrator, AdvancedSetup, replied to it, explaining that MBAM only blocks IPs, not website URLs.

There are also instructions on how to properly report a suspected IP False Positive >>HERE<<. :)

If you would like the MBAM engineers to research the website/IP you are reporting, please follow those instructions.

There is no need to create multiple duplicate topics for the same question, especially in the wrong section of the forum.

They only create clutter.

(That's why they are being deleted/merged by the mods.) :)

Thanks for your patience and understanding,

daledoc1

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Please reply in your other topic in the False Positives section, after reading and following the instructions. :)

The MBAM engineers will research it and notify you whether it is a False Positive or not.

If you want to tell MBAM to ignore a particular IP, there are instructions for that in the FAQ - Section G >>HERE<<.

(Please be aware that doing so if the IP is malicious may expose your computer to infection. It would be better to report in the FP section first, and wait for a reply from the MBAM staff.)

Thanks for your patience and understanding,

daledoc1

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Hi, Stalker90:

If you want to tell MBAM to ignore a particular IP, there are instructions for that in the FAQ - Section G >>HERE<<.

MBAM Piracy Policy is >>HERE<<.

Once again, your other topic, in which to report a possible IP False Positive is >>HERE<<.

I'm afraid I've offered all the assistance I can for this issue.

Please wait for further assistance from a forum moderator/admin or MBAM staffer.

Thank you,

daledoc1

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Spam Hunter,thank you very much for your help.I like this product,in future i wish to see some self defence integrated in this program...That would be nice.I use MBAM pro with Avira Premium 2012 and WOT...i dont see conflicts for now...Greetings

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This is not an F/P. There have been a plethora of malicious content on a significant number of IPs across the range, including malware housed on the one housing bitshare.com, with no response from the AS/site owners (not surprising given the content in question).

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Common people i was scanning pc with Kaspersky,Dr.Web,Sophos,Avira and mbam and they didnt find anything...This must be fp

Just because you don't find malware doesn't mean it's clean. The Malwarebytes' staff here are professional's at their jobs and know what they are doing. They know far more then you and me do.

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