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MBAM Premium 3.3.1 Blocking 255.255.255.255

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1 minute ago, Ried said:

Please update the database, the blocks should no longer be occurring. Can you please confirm that for us?

Thanks, that was quick!

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It has seemed to stop now I've updated the DB. Thanks!

edit - for Dropbox.exe that is

Edited by MuffinMan

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2 minutes ago, Ried said:

Please update the database, the blocks should no longer be occurring. Can you please confirm that for us?

Just updated. Alert message seems to have disappeared.

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3 minutes ago, Ried said:

Please update the database, the blocks should no longer be occurring. Can you please confirm that for us?

Seems to have done the trick. Good work MB.

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I had one showing up for Steam out of all things, and this one actually screwed up a lot of game connections. Glad the database is updated to fix this false positive, but I'm starting to wonder how it happened in the first place.

False Positive.png

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I ran a scan, and then it stopped with the blocking notifications (at least for now). I guess it updated itself and then it was fine.

 

Thanks for fixing it!!!! One wonders what was happening tho.

Edited by WhiteKelly

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Same thing here, always

IP Address: 255.255.255.255
Port: [68]
Type: Outbound
File: C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe

Got me going a bit, even though I knew 255.255.255.255 is no website, and dropped everything to do scans, which all came up clean.

Lo & behold, log in here, see this thread, update database and all is well.

Well done!

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15 minutes ago, WhiteKelly said:

I ran a scan, and then it stopped with the blocking notifications (at least for now). I guess it updated itself and then it was fine

That's because Malwarebytes checks for updates prior to running a scan. The new database just happened to go up before you ran the scan. :)

 

 

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Just ran a scan, deleted the exclusion, still getting website blocked popups, 255.255.255.255, ...dropbox.exe.  On TWO different systems, one running premium 3.2.2, the other premium 3.3.1

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