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Hello,

 

My company websites are now being blocked for no reason. I have to add the website and IP address to each one to have access. I use around 30 different websites for work and really do not want to add each one to the exclusions just to access my company sites I need.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks in advance

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If the sites you are blocked from are all subdomains of a master website (doodah.aol.com as compared to aol.com), please provide the mater website.  I would expect you would not want to share some out of privacy concerns.  You can use a private message for this if necessary.

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Are you using Malwarebytes premium (protection for your computer) or Malwarebytes Browser Guard (protection for your browser).  We are blocking the site and our Research engineer say the block will not be lifted.  If you are using Browser Guard ONLY, there may be a way for you to get round the block.

 

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If malware bytes is going to block the sites we use for work I will not renew subscription and inform my company to have others do the same if they use you. 
 

This is ridiculous to block them when they are legit sites.  

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I have been investigating and lobbying for removal of the blocks.  It is sometimes a a slow process.  If you can provide me a list of the sites via private message, I will work with the team to analyze the blocks and clear those that can be cleared.  There are multiple types of blocks, so a block may affect many sites or just one.  We have to determine that still.

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I cannot access the first site.  Please provide evidence that it is blocked.

The other two URLs are accessible without any issues.

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