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Those incoming IPs on svchost and others and those ports :( Please Help =(

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Hi, I'm new in here but I don't know where else to go.


I bought Malwarebytes Anti-Malware PRO on March 10, but I'm starting to see more and more often these notifications:


"..malwarebytes successfully blocked access to a potentially......" says Incoming... shows an IP... most of the times is svchost...


Sometimes it was skype and all I was doing was chatting-text with my friends..  Yes, I know tht sometimes it really blocks becaus eit's doing its job... but I wonder many things tho...


The IPs are either same or different, like sometimes it could be persistent or I don't know, but I think that someone is spying me or something... chinese, russian or I don't know, I'm so paranoid that last night I bought also the Kaspersky Internet Multi Device 2014 version (with license all updated and such) and I was feeling safer, however since Malwarebytes said it blocked avp.exe (temp or perm?) I think that Kaspersky isn't doing its proper job :\ 


I'm using Malwarebytes pro, kaspersky '14 with license n updated - found 0 infections.. and of course.. a pirated Windows 7.


Can someone please help me out? I also work online and I'm scared not to lose my work and other data..


My head is so dizzy because of this.. I don't know what else to do but to come here.

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I'm using Malwarebytes pro, kaspersky '14 with license n updated - found 0 infections.. and of course.. a pirated Windows 7.



Unfortunately, no, we will not be able to help you.

Here is the Piracy Policy.


If you can contact MS and return with documentation of proper licensing for your Windows OS, someone will be more than happy to assist you.





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Sometimes, Malwarebytes will have issues with other programs that can be remedied by adding the "offending" program to Malwarebytes' Ignore List (on 2.0, its called Malware Exclusions).  Don't add something just because you're tired of seeing it...add it only if you trust it.  I think you can trust avp.exe because it is Kaspersky's executable.  If Kaspersky has problems with Malwarebytes, there is likely an ignore list in its interface as well, though I do not know the proper name for it.


Skype lets you talk to anybody anywhere because it is using peer-to-peer technology.  It will use bandwidth from any computer running Skype to maintain a path to send packets from source to destination.  In this case, a packet is a tiny piece of your chat/text.  A computer used for Skype could also be on a list of computers known for spam or malware, which would trigger that warning if packets came from that computer.  Skype will find an alternate path to use if it cannot complete its task using the original path.


Based on what you have said here, I don't think there's any cause for alarm.

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Thank you very much gonzo. I'm still worried tho.. Seems you haven't mentioned anything about the incoming attacks on svchost. All I can think of is that the Chinese & Russians and remote spying my computer. And when Malwarebytes says 'successfully blocked', I wonder how many times it doesn't blocks other attacks..


@daledoc1 I find it quite unfair to be customer of Malwarebytes and PAY for it, and yet to not receive support because I don't own a license for another product . Yes I understand what is being said in your link, but maybe with some attention for my problem I would've come to the conclusion that I need a valid OS license. No need to reply daledoc1, it will only go offtopic.


I really couldn't afford Malwarebytes from where I am, yet I bought it. More than really, I couldn't afford Kaspersky and yet I still managed to buy it. Now you're telling me to buy a valid license for Windows as well. All I wanted was a little clue about what's going on. I see it wold be similar to this http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/482888/malwarebytes-successfully-blocked-access-to-a-potentially-malicious-website/

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