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I have seen a couple of threads on this topic.....but, have not seen a way to get rid of it.  My MB database is up to date, I've scanned my entire drive - nothing. 

"Malicious Website Protection, Domain,, sync-eu.exe.bid, 62557, Outbound, C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe"

MB always blocks this which, is good.  But, how do I get rid of the actual cause?

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Thanks for the quick reply....  I understand the block is on the xxx.xxx.xxx.bid domain.  Okay.  But what is causing this anomaly to call home...to reach out to  If I can find the root - then I can delete it.  After which, MB wouldn't have to block anything.  

I have looked around on how to delete this annoying "feature" - but, when I look through my registries, etc - just don't see it.  There must be a way to eradicate this.

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