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continuous outgoing IP adress blocking


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"I continually get a Malware Bytes pop up stating 'Successfully blocked IP access to a potentially malicious site' Type: outgoing. There are several different IP addresses that show up."

I cut this problem description from a "jford67" post because it describes my current situation with 3 IP adresses being blocked repeatedly over the course of ten-fifteen minutes(approx.). The three adresses are 221.7.91.31 74.208.164.166 and 87.106.24.200 . I've run MBAM (flash, full) with updated definitions several times. Results found nothing, however the blocking of outgoing IP adresses continues. What can I do? I have a basic knowledge of computers, but am nowhere near being an "expert".

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