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atribune.org IP FP

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Greetings Mr Burn :) .

Just wanted to let you know that the current DB 2583 is blocking atribune.org (89.149.227.36).

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Modified the IPBL for this one yesterday, so should already be resolved? (checking DB#2584 shows it's no longer blocked)

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Updated to 2584 and it's still blocking it so either MBAM isn't loading the new DB after update or it's still blocked by the current DB. I'll restart MBAM to check, and restart my PC if necessary. I may need to take this up with the devs if you're correct about fixing it in the latest DB :) .

edit: Reloaded MBAM's PM, no change, rebooted, no change :) . It's still blocked for me.

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I'd suggest having a word with Doug about this one :(

/edit

Just double checked this one and though the IP isn't in the DB, it is actually still being blocked :(

/edit

I've fired a note to Doug to see if this is related to the other bug we're working on, or is new.

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This one is blocked for me too (and I can't duplicate most of the FPs people are having). exile360 you are on Vista x64, correct?

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Exile,

I'm afraid this one is my mistake. I noticed my error (one number -1 that it should've been) when firing an e-mail to Doug concerning this, I'll have it corrected in the next update.

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@Swandog46: Yep, Vista x64 :lol: .

@MysteryFCM: (AKA: Mr. Burn (sorry, I'm an old school Simpsons fan so I love Burn due to its similarity to Mr Burns :) )) No big deal, errors happen, you should see some of the mistakes I've made when righting (edit: and WRITING posts apparently as well :( ) batch files, I have to laugh at myself because of some of the horrible (and often all too obvious) errors I've made ;) . Being 1 number off would be a very easy mistake to make, especially considering how many of those numbers you must have to punch in all the time.

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hehe :lol:

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Have you tried rebooting the machine?

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Rebooted and all is well. Guess I should reboot when there's a DB update from now on :( . Thanks Mr. Burns :( .

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No problem :(

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Just wanted to let you know that Atribune is blocked for me as well.

But I didn't reboot, maybe I will later :rolleyes:

No problem :D

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This should fix it too, but on Vista/Window 7 you may have to start the command console with Admin rights first.

START - RUN

cmd /k ipconfig /flushdns

In most cases you can just run the IPCONFIG /FLUSHDNS from the run line as well but I like using the shell so you can see the response.

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Thanks AdvancedSetup.

Just a note, I shut off my computer and turned it on again a few hours later. Atribune is still blocked.

What does this command do? Should I paste it in EXACTLY as you have it? I haven't done it yet, but I will.

I'm on XP.

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It removes any cache in the client resolver for the network and forces it to retrieve new data.

I think Steve is out at the moment so it may be a day or so before this is resolved.

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@ AdvancedSetup

Ah, okay, thanks :rolleyes:

Er, if you have a moment, what is the client resolver?

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A client in this case is another computer you're trying to locate. As an example google.com is a client that you might be trying to find.

If you wish to discuss this further please post in the PC Help forum or the Honorary Members forum so that we don't have the developer staff having to keep coming back and look at this posting as though it is new information.

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@ AdvancedSetup:

Thanks for the clarification and will do.

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Is this supposed to be resolved now? Over at MRU some are saying it's still blocked

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Should be resolved, yes.

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Doug,

Because there's an exception for this specific IP (keeping the rest of the range blocked), I believe this may be caused by the bug we're working on as it loads fine on Vista, just XP that's affected.

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Confirmed. To people experiencing this particular false positive, we apologize -- it is our bug, it has been fixed, and the fix will be published in MBAM 1.41.

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