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Malwarebytes is repeatedly notifying me that it is automatically blocking 3 websites.  This is after I have run a scan & fixed all issues.  Am I still infected, and what do I need to do?  The websites are as follows:


I also just ran dds, and have the 2 log files available - please advise if I need to post.  Thanks!

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Hello and :welcome: , tnjazzgal:


It sounds as if you could still have malware remnants on the computer.


That sort of thing is handled in a special area of the forum.

So I would suggest that you please follow the advice in this pinned topic: Available Assistance For Possibly Infected Computers.
A malware analyst will assist you with looking into your issue.


>> You can post your DDS logs in the new post in the malware removal section >>HERE<<.<< :)



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I think "Immediate Notifications" is enabled by default when you create a forum profile.


To check:

  1. Click the white down arrow next to your username in the far upper right corner of the forum page.
  2. Click "My Settings"
  3. Click "Notification Options" along the left side of the page.
  4. Under "Topics and Posts", make sure "Immediate" is selected.
  5. Save any changes.

If all else fails, if you ever need to find your posts, once you log in, you can always click the little white down arrow and then "My Content".




Hope this helps,




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