Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by nikanthpromod, Jan 22, 2010.
Where can i find the list of malicious IPs that MBAM use??
i think it is in built engine
That's probably proprietary information My money's on the def db file though.
But its superb, Very effective
for prevention is a very good idea firewall like
Is there any way to disable it?
Some answers you can find here
That was really helpful.
I found bad ips source.
to disable the ip protection just rigth click and disable it
As per mbam site http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=21076&st=0&p=107310&#entry107310 quoted by gerardwil :
mbam ip protection pops up at times when nothing is actually being used.....even though nis/prevx/hitman and mbam itself find nothing......so what to make of it....a false alarm ?
The IP alert wont trigger unless it has intercepted traffic either to or from a black listed IP.
Couple of questions about how efficient ithe real-time protection/IP blocker is.
No slowdowns with browsing etc? How much memory does MBAM running at all times use on your system?m
it is very high here around 50 mbs and when scaning it is 87% to 90 % it is very slow when browsing also but the protection is top notch
No slowdowns with browsing . But some system slowdowns in my 9yr old pc
Memory usage :Around 45 MB always
Thanks for the info.
That's way too complicated j/k. Now I remember why nobody ever asks me to go rattlesnake hunting with them.
How's the IP blocker, many users found it has given notifications through general browsing?
it is very sensetive to malicious websites and some times legit sites tootheir databse is huge,i tested and almost all the time blocks ips
Good stuff. If they're putting a lot of time and effort into this, I could see this added to a few pcs (friends) that are running without any sandboxing.
the only thing they must work with in the slow down when scaning
You mean the full scan, like a weekly scan?
well all computers are diferent plus i am in xp
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