Malwarebytes keeps blocking malicious websites

  ponytail 21:39 02 Jan 15
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I keep getting messages saying malwarebytes has blocked a suspicious website.I have malwarebytes premium when I go into my account and click on history there are a lot of quarantined files etc do I delete them

  ponytail 22:30 02 Jan 15

Hi jock1e just read your reply and had a look again in the history section and don't understand what is in the date section for example what is

2013 13:47:29 Which is classed a folder and if these are dates they do not go in any order Can you or someone else explain

  northumbria61 10:57 03 Jan 15

Why not ask Customer Support

  northumbria61 10:59 03 Jan 15
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OR check the Knowledge Database in that LINK

  ponytail 13:36 03 Jan 15

Hi northumbria61 have emailed malwarebytes with my question and will wait and see.You said check the knowledge database but cannot see that.

  Ian in Northampton 15:20 03 Jan 15

"Below you will find a searchable knowledgebase with frequently asked questions, guides, release updates, and more."

  wee eddie 16:55 03 Jan 15

Ponytail : perhaps you should be looking for FAQ -frequently Asked Questions

  northumbria61 17:06 03 Jan 15

There is a big search box in that link that should almost hit you in the eye!

  rdave13 17:19 03 Jan 15

Delete all. As they are quarantined they're virtually not on the PC anyway.

Malwareybtes blocks malicious websites or bad scripts but these won't be found in the quarantine section. These will be found in the log section as the bad script/site was blocked in real time.

What sites do you visit ? ;)

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