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Steam.exe Blocked as Fraudulent Website


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I think this is a funny one, but my Malwarebytes is reporting Steam's webstore ("media4.steampowered .com" & "steamstore-a .akamaihd .net"; used spaces so I'm not linking.) as fraudulent websites. I'm fairly certain this is a false positive, but as always it's better to be safe rather than sorry. I've attached screenshots and logs below. Can I get a staff member/engineer to confirm or deny please? Thank you!

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Steam Fraud Website Warning.txt Steam Website Fraud Warning 2.txt

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Am I okay then? The domains that were blocked aren't being blacklisted on virus total anymore, my mbam isn't blocking them anymore, and my most recent scan didn't come back with anything. Any idea about what happened? It just seems odd given how it was blocking something related to my game client Steam; it's never done that before.

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Could it be that the site(s) shared an IP address that was the same as/similar to a malicious domain? I've read previous posts where that sort of thing happened so Mbam blocked Steam.

 Also, sorry if I'm asking too many things, I get anxiety about viruses & malware.

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51 minutes ago, Sgtmarshtomp said:

Could it be that the site(s) shared an IP address that was the same as/similar to a malicious domain? I've read previous posts where that sort of thing happened so Mbam blocked Steam.

 Also, sorry if I'm asking too many things, I get anxiety about viruses & malware.

No worries at all! It's quite possible that Steam used that shared IP at one point. :)

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