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Malawarebytes error message keeps repeating


ponytail

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I keep getting the following message flashing up MALAWAREBYTES ANTI-MALAWARE Successfully blocked.access to a potentially malicious website 178.152.6.19 Type incoming port 11825 process :azureus.exe

It seems evertime they appear the numbers are different and sometime it says outgoing instaed of incoming. Iam uing windows 7 home premium Anyone any ideas

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Nontek

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Yes, it simply means that MalwareBytes is doing what it says on the tin - looking after your PC.

Nothing to worry about.

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Nontek

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PS - they are NOT Error messages, simply messages notifying you that MalwareBytes has taken some action.

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Jock1e

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That is Qatar Telecom.So probably something you do not need.

Process name: Java-based BitTorrent client Application using this process: Azureus Process author: Aelitis

It said it was a legit program but will have another check.

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Nontek

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Jock1e

Precisely, Bit Torrent - that is why MalwareBytes blocked it as being potentially harmful.

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Jock1e

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Looks like Malwarebytes is blocking a few things that no other security programs are finding.

Another post on here today with a different problem found using malwareBytes.

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Nontek

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That is why IMHO MalwareBytes is the best!

I use the paid-for version.

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