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LINK EXTENT 1.0.7 and 88.214.203.109 FP

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I think that the extension LINK EXTENT 1.0.7 in FF v. 3.6 is not harmful, in anyway by uninstalling it you don't get pop-ups about 88.214.203.109 anymore.

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I think that the extension LINK EXTENT 1.0.7 in FF v. 3.6 is not harmful, in anyway by uninstalling it you don't get pop-ups about 88.214.203.109 anymore.

I may add I use Vista SP2 and have absolutely no annoyance with the IP protection feature with IE8 or Google Chrome Beta v.5.0.322.2 ;)

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I think that the extension LINK EXTENT 1.0.7 in FF v. 3.6 is not harmful, in anyway by uninstalling it you don't get pop-ups about 88.214.203.109 anymore.

I may add I use Vista SP2 and have absolutely no annoyance with the IP protection feature with IE8 or Google Chrome Beta v.5.0.322.2 ;)

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I'm not familiar with "Link Extent" as I don't use Firefox, but whether it's safe or not is irrelevant I'm afraid. 88.214.203.109 is on an IP range that is well known for malicious content.

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I'm not familiar with "Link Extent" as I don't use Firefox, but whether it's safe or not is irrelevant I'm afraid. 88.214.203.109 is on an IP range that is well known for malicious content.

Ok. What do I do know. I'm getting many IP blocking pop-ups of various kinds, even with no browser on, and I scanned my PC for virus and malware thoroughly (use Avast 5.0.418 on acces and MBAM on access, have ST, SAS WD, SB). Here are the latest IP blocks today and yesterday:

IP-BLOCK 94.96.74.35

IP-BLOCK 117.199.5.104 I have Web Shield and Network Shield ON for all files scanning in RP of AVAST 5 + Comodo FW Defense + and a router secured. Should I be concerned? Haven't suffered

IP-BLOCK 58.241.135.86 any damage to this day. :)

IP-BLOCK 58.241.132.74

IP-BLOCK 222.67.69.186

IP-BLOCK 212.95.211.165

IP-BLOCK 89.28.31.95

IP-BLOCK 94.96.80.14

IP-BLOCK 94.96.106.73

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 117.198.207.153

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 117.198.133.54

IP-BLOCK 124.217.225.37

IP-BLOCK 117.200.58.143

IP-BLOCK 117.197.16.18

IP-BLOCK 218.10.62.179

IP-BLOCK 117.199.118.171

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Ok. What do I do know. I'm getting many IP blocking pop-ups of various kinds, even with no browser on, and I scanned my PC for virus and malware thoroughly (use Avast 5.0.418 on acces and MBAM on access, have ST, SAS WD, SB). Here are the latest IP blocks today and yesterday:

IP-BLOCK 94.96.74.35

IP-BLOCK 117.199.5.104 I have Web Shield and Network Shield ON for all files scanning in RP of AVAST 5 + Comodo FW Defense + and a router secured. Should I be concerned? Haven't suffered

IP-BLOCK 58.241.135.86 any damage to this day. :)

IP-BLOCK 58.241.132.74

IP-BLOCK 222.67.69.186

IP-BLOCK 212.95.211.165

IP-BLOCK 89.28.31.95

IP-BLOCK 94.96.80.14

IP-BLOCK 94.96.106.73

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 117.198.207.153

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 81.23.121.126

IP-BLOCK 117.198.133.54

IP-BLOCK 124.217.225.37

IP-BLOCK 117.200.58.143

IP-BLOCK 117.197.16.18

IP-BLOCK 218.10.62.179

IP-BLOCK 117.199.118.171

Only potential program I can see malicious on this PC is Screenshot Captor which is a freeware advertised in the avast forum!

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Any chance you're running a P2P program? (every single IP you've listed is involved in malicious activity, so whilst I still suspect an infection, especially given the presence of 124.217.225.37 (Piradius IP), I thought I'd ask).

If not, a packet capture would help track this down (you can use Wireshark for packet captures)

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Any chance you're running a P2P program? (every single IP you've listed is involved in malicious activity, so whilst I still suspect an infection, especially given the presence of 124.217.225.37 (Piradius IP), I thought I'd ask).

If not, a packet capture would help track this down (you can use Wireshark for packet captures)

Yes I'm logged on my Live Messenger permanently. I'll try to close it down. Also I have to tell Windows Security Center wasn't recognizing Comodo FW and Defense + as activated although they were. They were set too high and I put it back to normal. It solved the problem with Windows Security Center.

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Yes I'm logged on my Live Messenger permanently. I'll try to close it down. Also I have to tell Windows Security Center wasn't recognizing Comodo FW and Defense + as activated although they were. They were set too high and I put it back to normal. It solved the problem with Windows Security Center.

No, it's not Live Messenger since I exited and I have the same Malaysian IPs. I don't use P2Ps for fear of infections. I'm going to investigate this!

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