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MBAMService.exe    11820    TCP      50053    server-13-32-210-48.cdg54.r.cloudfront.net    https    ESTABLISHED    3    1 327    10    5 261                  
MBAMService.exe    11820    TCP      50054    s3-1-w.amazonaws.com    https    ESTABLISHED    329    1 456 768    9    3 009    86 625        21            
 

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MBAMService.exe    11820    TCP   50171    52.216.81.56    https    ESTABLISHED    97    1 575 414    11    3 009    131 072        2            

MBAMService.exe    11820    TCP   50170    server-13-32-210-91.cdg54.r.cloudfront.net    https    ESTABLISHED    3    1 327    10    5 261                        
 

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2 hours ago, Fatcap said:

apparently the process seems to have stopped after sending the data.
I will continue to watch for this. There may be a delay between stopping sending statistics and stopping the process.

Read this topic :

and see what Malwarebytes is sending over the internet , one way or another: look how a firewall populated with rules is:

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You may also want to review this support article as it gives a good overview of the main connections/communications that Malwarebytes makes.  There are also many connections to the various digital certificate validation servers/services from various organizations that handle digital signature deployment and enforcement for checking and validating digitally signed files (since malware will often use fake/spoofed/invalid/expired/revoked digital signatures to attempt to bypass many security functions in Windows, browsers, security software and of course to attempt to establish a false sense of security in users who check a file's info etc.).

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