fivealive

is this a F/P

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i was reading the article here about the flashback fix apple might have when all of a sudden mbam comes up with ipblocks

2012/04/11 13:45:23 -0400 JAY-PCL jay IP-BLOCK 199.27.135.184 (Type: outgoing, Port: 49355, Process: firefox.exe)

2012/04/11 13:45:23 -0400 JAY-PCL jay IP-BLOCK 141.101.124.185 (Type: outgoing, Port: 49356, Process: firefox.exe)

no clue what was going on. im pretty sure im safe since it was blocked.

i did have other tabs open so if it wasnt on this site then it was on the other sites i had open (all the other tabs i had open where all on the same site which does feature ads even though i dont see them).

so my question is are they fp and if not im fine right?

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This is being worked on, thank you.

Yes, IPs that are blocked means any content it loads, isn't on your machine as it was blocked.

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Alright thanks and do please leyt me know if they are fp or not

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They're not F/P's. I'm awaiting a response from CloudFlare.

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Alright thanks and what is cloudflare. I'm assuming it serves ads to websites since the sites I had open at the time of block does use ads and only thing that changed on the site I was on would be the ads since. The content I was looking at doesn't change (its a forum)

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No, CloudFlare is a DNS routing service (criminals love it because they get to try and hide their servers real IPs, legit uses for it include load balancing etc).

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ok i think i understand. basicly helps with load times for sites?

but if thats the case why are we getting ip blocks that have nothing to do with the website?

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Because whichever site you're loading, is loading content that''s going through those IPs.

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