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Malwarebytes is blocking UK Amazon, but not the Dot Com version


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As of this morning, I have been trying to get to Amazon.co.uk but keep getting certificate warnings.

I have tried both in the latest stable builds of Chrome and Firefox.

Here is a screen shot that I am getting using Chrome.

Nothing jumps out at me when looking at the page source, except the ASCII 'Meow', at the bottom, which I assume is something one of the coders added.

I also have the latest version of Malwarebytes Premium (version 4.0.4), which I have scanned my system with (incl for Root Kits)

When I run a nslookup for Amazon.co.uk it comes back with the below IP Addresses:


These also give the same warning.

I use LastPass (plus 2FA) for everything, and Google is set to not remember passwords.

This issue remains if I also connect to a UK server with my VPN provider (CactusVPN paid for)

All other sites are fine, it's just Amazon.co.uk. Amazon.com is fine

I am based in the UK and my ISP is BT if that helps.

My DNS is:



Any other information you need, please just ask.


When I disable Malwarebytes Premium, the site works as it always has. Is this an issue on Malwarebytes' end?

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