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I write for my niece (she is a child and may have also made some incorrect moves unintentionally in web browsing) :
Using onlinevideoconverter.com to convert youtube videos bad websites are reported and one appears with the malwarebytes block malware screen with the big central M,
It was deactivated without the possibility of reactivating it, even if the PC was restarted, the real time web protection, and the PC started to communicate the presence of viruses aloud.
I tried to use the same site: the problems are the same except for the protection in real time that it was not turned off on my pc and excluding the talking pc (It  has not communicate anything).
At the moment I do not have her pc available to carry out tests and send logs; I recommended her one or more, if necessary, personalized scan with all the options selected.
However, I am attaching the reports of the surveys in real time that have been created on my machine.

I don't know if it's a false positive or if someone has also included audio messages that are a scam
If you can already understand something: otherwise if the problem persists, I'll ask the pc for the test that you request to me.













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It's probably easier for me to get the PC and run a clean install that will deprive my niece of the pc for as long as it takes for a complete analysis of the situation. I'll probably do that.
If you decide otherwise I will post the log of the machine.
For the moment, thank you

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