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Our company frequently has need to access www.pinnaclepoints.com, since it is associated with our business. Malwarebytes pops up a window stating "Infection detected: 64.202.189.170". A scan of the computer reports no infection.

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Our company frequently has need to access www.pinnaclepoints.com, since it is associated with our business. Malwarebytes pops up a window stating "Infection detected: 64.202.189.170". A scan of the computer reports no infection.

Here is a FAQ on the new IP protection module.

The warning does not mean you are infected

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Our company frequently has need to access www.pinnaclepoints.com, since it is associated with our business. Malwarebytes pops up a window stating "Infection detected: 64.202.189.170". A scan of the computer reports no infection.

Not only does www.pinnaclepoints.com resolve to 64.202.189.170, currently hpHosts indicates (clickable link) SEVERAL malicious host names also resolve to that identical IP.

Also according to hpHosts,

WARNING: Sudosecure.net have identified this IP as a known Waledac trojan domain

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As mentioned previously, the IP in question contains quite a few malicious hosts, and has been identified as a Waledac source, so we can't unblock it. I'd therefor strongly recomend moving the site to a new IP.

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