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Hi All,

I just installed Malwarebytes Antimalware Pro on my a brand new windows 7 laptop. As soon as I did that I noticed I lost all internet connectivity and a malwarebytes pop-up kept coming up and saying that it was blocking svchost.exe from an outbound connection. The IPs that it keeps blocking are: and another one 213.xxx.xx.xx

Only when I uncheck 'Website Blocking' it let's me connect. What should I do?

Also, if I uninstalled the software and re-inistalled it again (on the same laptop) would I be able to use the same product key again.

Thanks all.

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Thanks Shadowwar but I looked and was not able to find the right post. Can you please point out which post we should be looking for?

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@ Rich

was just passing through :D

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