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Are these blocked IPs malicious? Please check?


CristianCP

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Hi !

 

Malwarebytes blocked these inbound IPs while I wasn't doing anything at the computer.

I did all sort of scans with Malwarebytes and it found 3 threats which successfully got moved to quarantine.

I get no other strange behaviour but certain IPs keep coming at random times.

I also scanned with NOD 32 Antivirus(latest version) and it didn't find further problems.

Also, PC seems to run ok except from these inbound blocking messages.

 

IPs:

 

93.174.93.51, 0, Inbound

93.174.93.218, 0, Inbound

46.161.41.87, 0, Inbound

46.246.111.77, 0, Inbound

89.248.171.34, 0, Inbound

58.218.200.113, 0, Inbound

218.7.37.194, 0, Inbound

204.11.56.26, 0, Outbound

 

 

 

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93.174.93.51 is from Netherlands(NL) in region Western Europe
93.174.93.218 is from Netherlands(NL) in region Western Europe
46.161.41.87 is from Russian Federation(RU) in region Eastern Europe
46.246.111.77 is from Sweden(SE) in region Scandinavia
89.248.171.34 is from Netherlands(NL) in region Western Europe
58.218.200.113 is from China(CN) in region Southern and Eastern Asia
218.7.37.194 is from China(CN) in region Southern and Eastern Asia
204.11.56.26 is from Virgin Islands, British(VG) in region Caribbean and West Indies
 

Not much we can do about inbound IP probes. Perhaps your computer is/was infected at one time and they're simply trying to re-establish communications.

 

Do you play Minecraft? A couple of these servers are listed as MineCraft servers (but not sure if they really are or not).

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Thanks for your quick reply ! Appreciated !

 

No, I don't play Minecraft at all. I have never installed Minecraft.

 

I have the same opinion as you. On 9/9/2014 I've installed Malwarebytes and it removed 3 threats (added them to quarantine) then Malwarebytes restarted my pc and I think they're trying to re-establish connection now.

 

Anything I could do about these?

Should I send you the scan log from 9/9/2014?

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I understand, sorry for the naive question but how can i add these to the Windows Firewall? I'm running Windows XP.

 

Also, I am currently running the Premium Trial version which stands for 14 days as far as I understood. I will keep it running but...

After these 14 days, IP blocking and the other Malwarebytes options will no longer work? Will it be deactivated?

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That is correct. After 14 days the Protection Module will no longer function. For support on Managing the XP Firewall that is beyond the scope of malware detection and removal. For most home users it's much easier to use an antivirus product that comes with a firewall or look at a 3rd party firewall solution.

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Understood, I will look for a firewall and I will most likely purchase Malwarebytes after the 14 days trial period.

By any chance do you know which firewalls or antivirus softwares are incompatibile/compatibile with Malwarebytes? So I can know what to look for.

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