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MWBytes Blocks Incoming IP from Ukrane


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I have the latest MalwareBytes installed on my server, and I keep getting a single ip hitting the server:

11:30:20 Administrator IP-BLOCK 109.236.87.115 (Type: incoming)

11:30:20 Administrator IP-BLOCK 109.236.87.115 (Type: incoming)

11:30:20 Administrator IP-BLOCK 109.236.87.115 (Type: incoming)

11:30:20 Administrator IP-BLOCK 109.236.87.115 (Type: incoming)

11:30:20 Administrator IP-BLOCK 109.236.87.115 (Type: incoming)

11:30:20 Administrator IP-BLOCK 109.236.87.115 (Type: incoming)

11:30:20 Administrator IP-BLOCK 109.236.87.115 (Type: incoming)

This action is logged several hundred times a second, resulting in a very large log file. I've tried to block this ip using IPSec policies, but it continues. I ran a quick and full scan and Malwarebytes found nothing. Server perfomance does not seem to be affected by this, but the log file fills up my C drive. Since Malwarebytes installs itself in a directory with a "'" in the name, I can't run batch scripts against it to manage the log file size. Does anyone have any ideas on how to either block the IP or manage the file size?

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I have the latest MalwareBytes installed on my server, and I keep getting a single ip hitting the server:

Since this is installed on a Server this should be a business.

Please contact corporate support and provide them with your Cleverbridge order reference number and they will assist you.

Thank you

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