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I don't know if its hard to implement into program via MBAM tray icon but I believe developers can do that someday ;) . Just my hope, for better explanation why IP being blocked.

MBAM icon provide Link to further info why IP blocked. It would be nice.

Sorry if this already requested by another members.

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A good , but very hard to implement , idea - Any IP may include 20 bad sites or even more -

I checked one today that had 15 listed bad sites on one IP and then I stopped looking -

UK site 91.207.192.37 If you want to look - Many porn areas and many that carried Trojan Droppers etc .......

Plenty of sites for you to check it on -

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I don't know if its hard to implement into program via MBAM tray icon but I believe developers can do that someday :) . Just my hope, for better explanation why IP being blocked.

MBAM icon provide Link to further info why IP blocked. It would be nice.

Sorry if this already requested by another members.

Thank

Hey!!! I *like* THAT idea... Putting Firefox's

implementation in would really be super-magical.. Hope it's doable. (fingers crossed!)

~Shy

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great idea, also included in that report would be nice if it would tell us what program was doing the activity.....

Unfortunately we aren't a firewall, we simply block any incoming or outgoing communications to or from the IP's that we block. Filtering applications would require a full firewall. I believe it's actually possible on Vista and 7 through built in API's, but not in XP or 2000. Your best bet in tracking down the application is to check your software firewall if you use one by analyzing its traffic logs if it has them, or using a tool such as WireShark.

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I like GT500's response

Step 3

Please download TCPView from Microsoft at this link.

This utility will monitor everything that is accessing the Internet or your local network. All you have to do is run TCPView, and then run Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and start the update. Watch TCPView to see if mbam.exe shows up in the list. It will be pretty obvious, because it highlights it in green.

http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?s=&showtopic=60056&view=findpost&p=298588
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