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#1 ArcHellraiser

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Posted 15 July 2011 - 11:23 PM

Hi all,I am a lone time believer and have been using you product for
many years..It has saved me many times.
I am a games and went to log on to Steam and it failed,
went to log on to Internet and it fails BUT I got this message I have
never seen Malwarebytes send..

: Successfully Blocked Access to a Potential Malicious Website 207:232:22:60
Type:outgoing


so now every APP that need an internet connection fails to load as well as IE and Firefox.
This is another PC so I can send this.
Ran Malwarebytes and Spybot S&D and found nothing..
Please help.

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Posted 16 July 2011 - 12:34 AM

Hello AH and Welcome to Malwarebytes

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#3 FramePC

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Posted 16 July 2011 - 01:18 PM

You probably have either a DNS hijacker, or a Bad Proxy. Make sure your connections aren't using a manually assigned DNS address or manually assign a known safe one like opendns and make sure than all proxies are turn off (internet options/connections/lan settings.

Sometimes they occur at a level that the applets dont display the hijack, in which case you can download both an up to date version of MBAM and Spybot PLUS the seperate spybot definitions update on another computer and either burn them to a cd or transfer with a lockable flash drive or memory card to the infected machine and they will often fix them.

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Posted 16 July 2011 - 01:33 PM

@ FramePC:

Thanks very much for your expert input and advice.
I'm sure you are just trying to assist the OP. :)

However, please be advised that we cannot work on malware related diagnostics or removal in this particular sub-forum.

That is why the forum moderator, AdvancedSetup, referred the OP to the malware removal forum.
One of the specially trained experts authorized to provide help with malware diagnosis and removal will assist the OP there.

Thanks very much for your understanding,

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DT2: Win7 Ult/64 SP1; Intel Core i7-860 @2.8 GHz; 8 GB RAM; ATI Radeon HD 5770; IE 9, Fx; TB; Cable HSI; MBAM PRO 1.75.0.1300; KIS2014; SAS Free; CCleaner.
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#5 ArcHellraiser

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Posted 18 July 2011 - 11:53 PM

Thanks for the heads up. will re-post in the correct forum.


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