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I have recently (10 days ago) bought and installed Malwarebytes as a result of suspicions that there was too much activity going through my modem when no one was using a pc. Yesterday Malwarebytes detected and blocked 20 'attacks' from the same IP.

I guess I need to know if this is way above normal activity?

or because there was 20 blocks does this indicate that I have an issue?.

My assumption is that blocks are not random - but instead derive from a trojan already on my machine. But is this wrong?

Thanks for considering this

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We would need to see all the logs from MBAM as well as some other possible scan logs to see what's going on. Please review the information below and try to run the DDS and GMER scans and post back the logs.

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