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It's a website for the Playstation community (PS4 / PS3 / PSVita / etc.), providing trophy hunters with trophy tracking, statistics, walkthrough guides and forums.


There are over 2,161,655 gamers tracked and 142,058 members, including me.


And, as of yesterday afternoon, I couldn't reach this site (that I keep as a permanent tab in my browser) without disabling Malwarebytes' Malicious Website Protection.


(And it took me MANY hours and Google searches to finally figure out where the block was, since adding the website domain to my web exclusions list didn't unblock it.)


Please, PLEASE unblock this site so I can re-enable the website protection module.


Thank you.

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Hi. Thanks for getting back to me.


That's the IP I received when I used the CMD prompt to ping the site.


I tried using WHOIS to get an IP address, but PSNProfiles makes use of WHOISGUARD PROTECTED, so it's not listed.


This is the info page that came up when I searched: hxxp://whois.icann.org/en/lookup?name=psnprofiles.com


The WHOIS Server is listed as: whois.enom.com
Thanks, xari.
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I checked the Protection Logs for yesterday and today, but didn't find a reference to it. (Logs are in C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\Malwarebytes Anti-Malware\Logs right?)


However, both yesterday afternoon/evening and this morning, I could not reach PSNProfiles when I had Maliious Website Protection enabled. (Once I disabled it, the site would come right up.)


Any suggestions?


TIA, xari.

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On the plus side, as of last night whatever the problem was seems to have resolved itself.


I had re-enabled Malicious Website Protection earlier in the day (to see if I could get it to provide an actual block message for you), and when I tried going to PSNProfiles it loaded properly.


Not sure what the deal was, since I'd tried all the other things generally recommended (DNS Flush, empty cache, delete cookies, etc.), and turning off MWP was the only thing that finally allowed the page to load, BUT didn't record a block.


Ah well, it's working now, thankfully.


And I very much appreciate the time you took to try to help me figure out what was going on.


Thanks again, xari.

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