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MBrowser Extension V1.0.36 Blocking United Bank-WV website

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This applies to Malwarebytes Browser Extension V1.0.36, default Chrome browser V71.0.3578.98 64-bit, and Windows 10x64 Pro Build 17763.292 V1809.

United Bank WV website is being blocked.

chrome-extension://ihcjicgdanjaechkgeegckofjjedodee/redirects/blockedMalware.html?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcibng.ibanking-services.com%2FEamWeb%2FAccount%2FLogin.aspx%3Fbrand%3D426_051900395%26orgId%3D426_051900395%26FIFID%3D051900395%26appId%3DCeB%26FIORG%3D426&host=cibng.ibanking-services.com&type=scam&subtype=coinMiner.worker

 

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I have done a forced whitelist on the URL above, give it couple of hours and please try again.

 

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9 hours ago, rakeshsejwal said:

I have done a forced whitelist on the URL above, give it couple of hours and please try again.

 

There is something very weird going on that is affecting only this one computer....which is my primary system.  Chrome has updated to Version 72.0.3626.81 (Official Build) (64-bit).  I forced it to set all the settings back to default which disabled all extensions.  I then re-enable the Malwarebytes Browser Extension.  These same 3 sites (CrystalMark, CNN, and United Bank - WV) are getting blocked by Malwarebytes, but only on this computer.  I've scanned this system with Norton Security Deluxe with the detection settings at aggressive.  Also scanned with MBAM V3.7.0 and HitManPro.  Nothing is being detected as malicious.  The CNN site is getting blocked only when I attempt to view a video on the CNN website.  I also removed the Malwarebytes Browser Extension and re-installed it to no avail.  

Any thoughts or advice?

PS:  I booted into SAFE MODE with Internet access enabled.  These sites are still blocked by the Malwarebytes extension.  

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This is the Allow List that lets these URLs run.  However, I'd really like to find out why these sites suddenly are being blocked.  I've accessed them many, many times previously without any issues.  White listing them leaves me vulnerable to valid malware on these sites in the future. 

 

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