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Hi All,

Can anyone explain these 2 messages every time I access vimeo. The ports change but the IP address does not.

14:32:01 keith IP-BLOCK 66.235.126.122 (Type: outgoing, Port: 53867, Process: chrome.exe)

14:32:01 keith IP-BLOCK 66.235.126.122 (Type: outgoing, Port: 53868, Process: chrome.exe)

I have done a full scan which came up clean.

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Hi All,

Can anyone explain these 2 messages every time I access vimeo. The ports change but the IP address does not.

14:32:01 keith IP-BLOCK 66.235.126.122 (Type: outgoing, Port: 53867, Process: chrome.exe)

14:32:01 keith IP-BLOCK 66.235.126.122 (Type: outgoing, Port: 53868, Process: chrome.exe)

I have done a full scan which came up clean.

That IP belongs to myway, known adware vendors, add them to ignore.

Please see the link below which contains our FAQ's(including reporting false\positives and adding IPs to ignore) on this feature for more information:

http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.p...t=0#entry107310

Incoming threats can be ignored, our software is blocking the attack and there is nothing more that can be done.

To access a site that is currently blocked that you wish to view, you may add it to the IP Protection ignore list(v1.42 and higher required) as described below:

Navigate to the page and await the alert. Once the alert appears, right-click the Malwarebytes system tray icon(near clock) and select an IP or all IPs listed and they will now be added to the ignore option and listed in the 'Ignore' tab. You may need to refresh the page to access the site.

To remove IPs from ignore, open Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and once open, there will be a series of tabs, labeled in order:

Scanner | Protection | Update | Quarantine | Logs | Ignore list | Settings | More Tools | About

Click the 'Ignore' tab. Then highlight an IP listed and then click the 'Remove' button. The IP in question should now be viewable. You may need to refresh the page or restart the browser.

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That IP belongs to myway, known adware vendors, add them to ignore.

Please see the link below which contains our FAQ's(including reporting false\positives and adding IPs to ignore) on this feature for more information:

http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.p...t=0#entry107310

Incoming threats can be ignored, our software is blocking the attack and there is nothing more that can be done.

To access a site that is currently blocked that you wish to view, you may add it to the IP Protection ignore list(v1.42 and higher required) as described below:

Navigate to the page and await the alert. Once the alert appears, right-click the Malwarebytes system tray icon(near clock) and select an IP or all IPs listed and they will now be added to the ignore option and listed in the 'Ignore' tab. You may need to refresh the page to access the site.

To remove IPs from ignore, open Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and once open, there will be a series of tabs, labeled in order:

Scanner | Protection | Update | Quarantine | Logs | Ignore list | Settings | More Tools | About

Click the 'Ignore' tab. Then highlight an IP listed and then click the 'Remove' button. The IP in question should now be viewable. You may need to refresh the page or restart the browser.

Thanks for the info. Is there no way to stop the balloon showing for low threat sites but still allow it for more serious?

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Thanks for the info. Is there no way to stop the balloon showing for low threat sites but still allow it for more serious?

No there is not, there is only the option to silently block all alerts.

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