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Okay, it all started about two days ago. The only thing I had downloaded was Avast! 5 Free Antivirus (Switching out Panda Cloud), And this has never happened before. I was just IMing when all of a sudden, MBAM tells me its blocking random IP addresses. I have no idea why it is doing this, the only idea I have is that it could be a rootkit, but here's the odd part: I dont download anything without a valid digital signature, I dont visit any Red-rated sites by WOT, I dont get any search redirects, and my AV is working perfectly, as well as my firewall and Windows Defender, and of course, MBAM. I am honestly, completely, clueless. I guess its alright as long as MBAM is blocking it, and something I noticed: Most of the IP addresses start with 117.197 or 117.199 or 117.200, So maybe something is specifically targeting my computer? Other than these theories, I am clueless. Got any ideas?

P.S. I'm also having a problem with GamersFirst Live! When I try to download Parabellum it sticks at "0 percent" for five seconds, then it says theres a problem with my firewall. I've tried this with it enabled to let GFL through and completely disabled. I have no clue on this either.



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