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Hi guys. The Avast did not detect the virus, but the MalwareBytes yes, although it is not a problem of Avast, can help me? I describe the problem: I detected a possible virus I get no delete. I come to this forum because I had a difficult virus to remove and you helped me to remove it completely. This virus, the truth, not how got into my PC since I do not download anything weird or anything rare pages. I leave a picture of the problem. The IP from image is China, which is the most attacked me


I add the log of FRST y MBAM

PD: Sometimes I get also the threat to other IPS, but I do not know where they come as no point me







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  • 2 weeks later...

Hello Dani210 and welcome to Malwarebytes forum.
The IP block of a inbound is not necessarily a sign of a virus.
The Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Website Blocking feature will advise users when an known malicious IP is attempted to be reached(outgoing) or is trying access your PC(incoming).

Incoming threats can be ignored, our software is blocking the attack and there is nothing more that can be done.

The picture you sent is "Incoming".

No action is required unless you're also experiencing malware symptoms or there are multiple IPs(ex;123.23.34 and 4.44.56).
A browser is not required to be running, just an active Internet connection with processes running,
such as Instant messenger clients, SKYPE or P2P software to trigger these alerts.

These are also triggered by banner ads running on websites which is the most common form of alert

Windows Vista and Windows 7 & 8 will show the process, but Windows XP does not have the structure in place for this to be displayed by our software

Please see/review this reference on MBAM's IP blocks
I notice that the version of the Anti-Malware is a old version.  You should get the latest released version.
IF your Windows is Windows 7 or 8 or 8.1 or VISTA......Remember to do this on the  EXE tools (below)..... you will need to do a right-click on the EXE program  and then select "Run as Administrator". Please remember that as you go along and use these tools, each in turn.

Please follow the steps below to do special steps for a  installation of the Anti-Malware program.

NOTE: SAVE the downloads to your system first.
Do not "run" them while in the browser program.
When presented with the option to Run or Save, you must select Save.

1: Please do a Logoff >> Shutdown >> Restart so that Windows is in a new session.

2: Download and SAVE to your system the 2.0.3 version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware just released from the link below:

3: Now run the setup:
For Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / or 8.1
Do a Right-click on mbam-setup- and select Run as Administrator and allow to run.
Answer YES when prompted by User Account Control ( Windows ).
For Windows XP, just double click on mbam-setup- and and allow to run.

Have lots of patience as the Setup runs.

I would suggest that when the install is completed, that you do one more Logoff >> Restart Windows so that all is finalized to storage.

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