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G'day from Downunder,

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yesterday, after an update, a trial version was loaded ... it told me several times that someone was trying to access my machine ... this was saved to the log file ...

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06:38:28 Default MESSAGE Protection started successfully

06:38:55 Default MESSAGE IP Protection started successfully

06:39:15 Default ERROR Scheduled update failed: No address found failed with error code 11004

06:45:29 Default MESSAGE IP Protection stopped

06:45:35 Default MESSAGE Database updated successfully

06:45:38 Default MESSAGE IP Protection started successfully

06:59:28 Default IP-BLOCK 122.224.18.243 (Type: incoming)

07:11:43 Default IP-BLOCK 122.224.18.243 (Type: outgoing)

07:11:46 Default IP-BLOCK 122.224.18.243 (Type: outgoing)

07:11:52 Default IP-BLOCK 122.224.18.243 (Type: outgoing)

07:12:08 Default IP-BLOCK 122.224.18.243 (Type: outgoing)

07:12:11 Default IP-BLOCK 122.224.18.243 (Type: outgoing)

07:12:17 Default IP-BLOCK 122.224.18.243 (Type: outgoing)

07:26:56 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

07:26:57 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

07:26:57 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:14 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:14 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:14 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:14 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:15 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:15 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:15 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:15 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:15 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

11:02:15 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

18:24:51 Default MESSAGE Protection started successfully

18:25:20 Default MESSAGE IP Protection started successfully

20:16:19 Default MESSAGE Protection started successfully

20:16:45 Default MESSAGE IP Protection started successfully

20:38:55 Default MESSAGE IP Protection stopped

20:39:11 Default MESSAGE Database updated successfully

20:39:15 Default MESSAGE IP Protection started successfully

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the message ...(Default IP-BLOCK 122.224.18.243 (Type: outgoing)) ... this message could (I think) be from where I searched google with this IP number ... from China

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concerned that something may have infected my machine ... I did an update ... then a "Perform full scan" ... then I rebooted in safe mode and did another "Perform full scan"

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both scans reported no infections

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But neither scan was saved to the "logs"

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so can I trust the scans ?

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and as this is a trial version that endorses upgrading to a paid/full version ... if I do so will this error persist

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Regards aussiejohnno

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Hello aussiejohnno and Welcome to Malwarebytes,

It is a good indicator that your system may possibly be infected. Do you run any Peer2Peer software or Skype?

If so please make sure that all P2P and Skype software is fully closed and not running and if any of the IP blocks continue then please follow the directions below to have someone assist you in scanning your system for an infection.

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Hi Ron

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Thank you for your reply

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I am confused

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I just did an update and quick scan

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almost immediately after the scan started, as you see from the time, a popup advised that an incoming block had happened

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07:15:42 Default MESSAGE Protection started successfully

07:16:11 Default MESSAGE IP Protection started successfully

07:16:32 Default ERROR Scheduled update failed: No address found failed with error code 11004

13:08:49 Default MESSAGE IP Protection stopped

13:08:53 Default MESSAGE Database updated successfully

13:08:58 Default MESSAGE IP Protection started successfully

13:10:47 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

13:10:47 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

13:10:47 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

13:10:47 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

13:10:47 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

13:10:47 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

13:10:47 Default IP-BLOCK 221.192.199.49 (Type: incoming)

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The scan continued (the results, which I have copied & pasted are below) ...

but, as you can see above, it is not shown in the log

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Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.51.2.1300

www.malwarebytes.org

Database version: 7751

Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3

Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702

20/09/2011 1:15:09 PM

mbam-log-2011-09-20 (13-15-09).txt

Scan type: Quick scan

Objects scanned: 175857

Time elapsed: 5 minute(s), 36 second(s)

Memory Processes Infected: 0

Memory Modules Infected: 0

Registry Keys Infected: 0

Registry Values Infected: 0

Registry Data Items Infected: 0

Folders Infected: 0

Files Infected: 0

Memory Processes Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Memory Modules Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Registry Keys Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Registry Values Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Registry Data Items Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Folders Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Files Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

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I also have Avira (paid for version) ... ps Malwarebytes was recommended to me from the Avira forum and I have have been using it for a while now.

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It was not until the Trial version was installed that I have had the popups

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Avira was also undated and fully scanned in ordinary mode and safe mode

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100% clear

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I also have Windows defender

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100% clear

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I had a look at the forum ... Malware Removal forum

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but as I do not know what has to be removed ... I am a little confused

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On the other forum should I cut & paste all this information that has been written on this post

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Regards from Downunder, johnno

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