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I installed Malwarebytes to scan my pc, however I did not wish for it to block access to built in streams that I use. I love your product but this is very stupid, I read the faq and the method to ignore the block does not work as the add to ignore list does not show anything.

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2012/08/02 12:17:02 -0400 PRAVDL Prav IP-BLOCK 37.221.162.211 (Type: outgoing, Port: 49321, Process: chrome.exe)

2012/08/02 12:17:02 -0400 PRAVDL Prav IP-BLOCK 37.221.162.211 (Type: outgoing, Port: 49322, Process: chrome.exe)

2012/08/02 11:46:56 -0400 PRAVDL Prav IP-BLOCK 173.193.242.248 (Type: outgoing, Port: 52426, Process: chrome.exe)

2012/08/02 11:46:56 -0400 PRAVDL Prav IP-BLOCK 173.193.242.248 (Type: outgoing, Port: 52427, Process: chrome.exe)

I never asked for these to be blocked and they are causing a ton of grief to me now. Please tell me detailed information on how to remove this immediately. Its also still blocked when I close Malwarebytes!!!

The IP Block is a nice feature to incorporate but it needs to be made optional.

Please help!

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It is optional. Right click on the task tray and uncheck Web blocking. Wait about 2 minutes on slower systems and the IP blocker will stop blocking.

Then go into the Protection tab and uncheck "Start malicious website blocking when protection module starts"

That will stop the IP blocking. However when you see the IP block (show tooltip balloon when malicious website is blocked) then you should be able to right click the tray icon and add it to the Ignore list. It takes about a minute or so though to take affect - it is not immediate so if you're patient it will work just fine.

http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?act=findpost&pid=162100

Thanks

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