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message malicious website blocked ip 178.152.2.83 port (various) outbound process c:\windows\explorer.exe


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all after reboot I keep getting over 10 pop ups from mb saying 

 

malicious website blocked 
ip 178.152.2.83
port (various) 
outbound 
process c:\windows\explorer.exe 
 
I ran mb, I ran roguekiller, I ran combofix same message after reboot, it looks to me 
something is on my machine and its scanning ports to send info outbound. 
-when I run roguekiller it says:
unloaded \suspicious path 4916 explorer.exe \c:\programdata\microsoft\bingdesktop\bingcore\bingdesktopoverlays.dll
unloaded \suspicious path 4916 explorer.exe \c:\programdata\microsoft\bingdesktop\bingcore\bingdesktopcore.dll
 
how can I get rid of it? 
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Hello and :welcome: :

 

We can't work on malware diagnostics and removal in this sub-section of the forum.

So, if you think you might be infected, I suggest that you please follow the advice in this pinned topic: Available Assistance For Possibly Infected Computers.
It explains the options for free, expert help >>AND<< the preliminary steps to take to expedite the process.
A malware analyst will guide you through the cleanup process.

 

>>Until then, it would be advisable to resist the urge to "self-medicate" -- running powerful malware removal tools without expert help can damage your system and make recovery difficult.

Thanks,

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