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I have a constant Malicious Website inbound connection that is being blocked.

MB does not see anything. There is no browser open. 

It tries to connect every 10 to 15 minutes. 

What is causing this?  tx

 

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-Log Details-
Protection Event Date: 5/11/20
Protection Event Time: 12:18 PM
Log File: b5e2c7be-9370-11ea-b2d3-94c691140c65.json

-Software Information-
Version: 4.1.0.56
Components Version: 1.0.896
Update Package Version: 1.0.23664
License: Premium

-System Information-
OS: Windows 10 Server (Build 17763.1192)
CPU: x64
File System: NTFS
User: System

-Blocked Website Details-
Malicious Website: 1
, C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe, Blocked, -1, -1, 0.0.0

-Website Data-
Category: Compromised
Domain: 
IP Address: 184.75.214.210
Port: 61050
Type: Inbound
File: C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe

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Hi,   @Farbod21     :welcome:


My name is Maurice. I will be helping and guiding you, going forward on this case.
Let me know what first name you prefer to go by.

Please follow my directions as we go along.  Please do not do any changes on your own without first checking with me. 
If you will be away for more than 3 consecutive days,  do try to let me know ahead of time, as much as possible. 
  
Please only just attach   all report files, etc  that I ask for as we go along.
The Malwarebytes real-time protection is keeping your pc safe from potential harm.

 

Please look to see the last 2 or so BLOCK event logs in the Malwarebytes history.
See the section titled  "View and download detection History in Malwarebytes on Windows"
https://support.malwarebytes.com/hc/en-us/articles/360038479194-View-Reports-and-History-in-Malwarebytes-for-Windows-v4


Please attach the latest 2.   Let's see what time & date they were.

 

We can expect that the blocks would have stopped by now.  But in any event, I would like to see which IP addresses.

The blocks are on addresses that are attempting to do a forced  attempt to exploit remote-desktop-protocol. 

The Real Time Protection of Malwarebytes for Windows  is actively doing it's job to protect the system.

In most cases the attempted probes will automatically stop on their own. If it continues you can add the IP to the local firewall to prevent it from contacting the computer period.

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Please know that the block events with the "compromised" should have stopped as of Monday mid-day or so.   That is to say, they would have stopped on the 11th.

But the bottom line IS that the malwarebytes real-time protections ( if you have Premium or Trial mode ) IS protecting the system from potential harm.

(  Thanks for the reports & the screen grab ).   The reports were scan reports.   I 'd  asked for actual "website block" reports.

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The blocks are on addresses that are attempting to do a forced  attempt to exploit remote-desktop-protocol. 

The Real Time Protection of Malwarebytes for Windows  is actively doing it's job to protect the system.

In most cases the attempted probes will automatically stop on their own. If it continues you can add the IP to the local firewall to prevent it from contacting the computer period.
If you wish to do so, here is one how-to guide
https://www.interserver.net/tips/kb/add-ip-address-windows-firewall/

 

Additionally or alternatively, if this is on Windows 10 PRO  and if you do not need or use Remote Desktop,  you can turn that off.
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/92433-enable-disable-remote-desktop-connections-windows-10-pc.html

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How to Change the port number for RDP

https://tunecomp.net/change-remote-desktop-port-windows-10/

 

Here is how to block a port number in Windows

https://thegeekpage.com/how-to-block-ports-in-windows-10-firewall/

 

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