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213.186.33.2 or 213.186.33.4

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Hello,

Some trusted sites, such as www.allmetsat.com, www.parigourmand.com or www.databad.com , are impossible to access from my home computer. IP address 213.186.33.2 is blocked or 213.186.33.4

Even when malwarebytes is not active, I can not access these sites.

Thanks in advance for your help

Matthieu

mbam_log_2009_09_18__17_31_26_.txt

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The first IP hosts over 20 nasties as of the time of this writing (see matches at http://hosts-file.net/?s=213.186.33.2&view=matches). Do notice that the IP range is also hosting over 60 malicious hosts.

The second IP hosts 4 nasties (http://hosts-file.net/?s=213.186.33.4&view=matches).

Since most of them host exploits or malware (see classifications EMD and EXP), I don't think they'll be unblocked.

If you want a more specific word, please wait for MysteryFCM to post here. He's the one in charge for the IP Protection.

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The issue I have is not that I can not access these IP.

The issue is that I can not access trusted site, which are interpreted by DNS with this address.

I can not explain why when I open a ping window, pinging www.allmetsat.com (a site with weather) & www.databad.com (a site with badmindton data), I get the same ip resolution, ie 213.186.33.2 !

I think I have a malware which direct me to bad sites. Have you tried to access these sites from your pc. Are they blocked by Malwarebyte on your machine as well ?

Regards

Matthieu

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It should be noted, the domains you list, do actually resolve to the IP's you referenced. However, given the nature of the content on the IP range in question, I'd advise getting your computer checked.

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Is there a way to configure Malwarebytes, so that it allows access to addresses I trust ??

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There is no whitelist facility at present, no.

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Well, your software is blocking trusted sites that you do not want to unblock and there is no configuration to enable access !

I bought malwarebytes in April (ref 5624740) and now I uninstalled it fully to be able to access sites I need. :blink:

Please advise me when future versions Malwarebytes will give user the possibility to enable access.

I consider that Internet is a space of freedom and your software is currently limiting it.

Regards

Matthieu

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