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Malwarebytes is showing Google Analytics as malware

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Hi all. Whenever I open a new tab on Google Chrome, Malwarebytes tells me that the Google Analytics website and others is a malware. There are multiple pop-ups from Malwarebytes that tell me that the websites are malware. Here is one for example: (Blurred out IP and port)image.thumb.png.e542f841f2a73d3bce174a83492435c8.png

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It isn't just Google, it's also some Microsoft and Apple as well. It is getting annoying whenever I open a new tab to get multiple notifications that Google ads is a malicious website. Is there really malware or should I just exclude it?

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In case anyone is still wondering. A small update was released a few minutes ago, the issue has been fixed. Simply update your malwarebytes and you're good to go.

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I just went to update, but it says no updates are available. What version is the one with the update? My version says 3.8.3.2965.

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Same thing happening on 2 pcs here.  Continual block of outbound items. What's going on??????

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Thank you for telling me about the new update, the notifications have stopped. 

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Click the "check for update" a few times and you should receive the update. The update will resolve this issue.

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Hi all

The f/p blocks have now been fixed.

Please run an update to the most recent database.

If however blocks persist then please restart your computer and this should clear any cached data.

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