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Websites Blocked, Possible Malware?

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Hi! Recently I've been experiencing website blocked popups from Malwarebytes while playing Don't Starve Together on steam, I posted about this in the Website Blocking section before (My Topic) and was told that the ip had been blocked cause it has been known to distribute malware, and was then told if it was coming from steam to not worry about it so i continued to let malwarebytes block the incoming connections, however continued reports from my Malwarebytes has prompted me to post here.

I had wondered if it was an issue from the steam workshop so I uninstalled the game, went into my files and deleted the entire folder for the game along with the mods i had, and reinstalled the game with no mods, and ran into the same issue. I should note that Don't Starve Togehter is the only game I've experienced this with, and that I've ONLY experienced it while browsing Public Servers, not joining them, just browsing, as i usually only play on private servers hosted by friends but recently have been playing on the Klei Entertainment hosted public servers.

As a side note any Scan I did came back with no issues, The text files I'm going to attach below will be the 3 seperate occasions on which Malwarebytes has blocked a website and made a log, My most recent Malwarebytes Scan, My Most Recent Adwcleaner Scan, and an FRST + Addition log I've ran prior to posting.

I'd also be interested in knowing if this is just something coming from the public server list and if I could safely ignore it and let Malwarebytes do the work with no worries.

As always any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.

dst.txt

dst2.txt

dst3.txt

Scan.txt

FRST.txt

Addition.txt

AdwCleaner[S4].txt

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Hi LooseTurnip :)

I don't see any traces of infection in your FRST logs. This kind of things happens really often with public game servers, so like Dashke said, I wouldn't worry about it. You also see it in games like H1Z1, Minecraft and so on. So you can let Malwarebytes block it, and carry on gaming.

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Ah, i had figured as much but had never had something like that happen so i figured i'd air on the side of caution and ask, appreciate the reply!

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No problem LooseTurnip, you're welcome!

Stay safe, and have an Happy New Year! :)

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Glad we could help.

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