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With mbam beta 3.0.6.1469/1.0.75 on the win 7 x64 laptop. The DNS error is still occurring when visiting the iptest site.  If  I visit  http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/  using IE I get a DNS error and page cannot be displayed message.  Visiting  http://52.21.84.70 via IE , I see "Malwarebytes has blocked a potentially malicious website."  

It seemed like a seamless install over the previous beta version and all protections are on and all buttons are responsive on the interface.

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3 hours ago, mightaswell said:

With mbam beta 3.0.6.1469/1.0.75 on the win 7 x64 laptop. The DNS error is still occurring when visiting the iptest site.  If  I visit  http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/  using IE I get a DNS error and page cannot be displayed message.

Can you confirm that the DNS error still occurs if you close out the first tab and try navigating to https://iptest.malwarebytes.org ?

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Hi @bdubrow

Have had some strange goings on today with MBAM 3 /1.0.75.

Initially when I booted up and checked "Can you confirm that the DNS error still occurs if you close out the first tab and try navigating to https://iptest.malwarebytes.org ? " I received  the DNS error.

The  I tried to undo the web protection but it did not. Then the interface wouldn't open from the task bar, then suddenly a program malwarebytes assist  popped up. Then the icon disappeared from the task  bar.

I reinstalled mbam and then appeared okay with all protections on.

Now if  I visit  http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/  using IE I get "If you are able to reach this page it means that IP protection is disabled on your machine". When visiting  http://52.21.84.70 via IE , I see " If you are able to reach this page it means that IP protection is disabled on your machine" as well most times. A few times I got the message but also a small warning that   the web site has been blocked also.

attached file as requested.

MBAMSERVICE.zip

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Hi @Jekko,

 

Sorry for delay but in different time zones and been otherwise occupied.

Here are the logs you asked for .

 

Now when I browse to either  http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/  or http://52.21.84.70 via IE , I see "If you are able to reach this page it means that IP protection is disabled on your machine."

Yet MBAM reports all protections are on.

When I visit  http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/ with Chrome I get the message you mentioned "This site cannot be reached etc"

When I visit http://52.21.84.70  using Chrome I get the correct blocked message.

 

 

MB-CheckResult.txt

FRST.txt

Addition.txt

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After uninstalling , using mb-clean, reinstalling, a succesion of  mb 3 versions back to last years December version and then back to mbam 2.XXX all with the same result "If you are able to reach this page it means that IP protection is disabled on your machine." I thought that was odd as 2.XX web protection always worked perfectly.

So I reinstalled the latest CU 1.0.75. Meanwhile also ran ccleaner plus a shut down  for internet explorer via task manager and now when visiting http://52.21.84.70  I get the "has blocked a potentially malicious website" and "website blocked notification."!  Not sure what has changed to make the difference. 

but still when visiting  http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/ with IE get the Capture2.thumb.JPG.62cbf8031e4e05d2fdb1575ea23e79af.JPG

This is a big improvement over the "IP protection is disabled on your machine" warning when Mb 3 said the web protection was on.  

I hope that the DNS issue will be fixed.

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