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I have alot of blocks on Peerblock, am I infected?

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#1 NemPlayer


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Posted 15 July 2016 - 03:24 PM

So I installed Bittorrent, wanting to install something from The Pirate Bay. Before I started downloading it, I installed Peerblock (Peerblock is a tool for blocking your IP).Then after about 3-4 hours I started getting alot of IP blocks from all kind of different companies (or whatever they are).I am starting to get scared that I am infected.I am running Windows 10 Pro.



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Posted 15 July 2016 - 09:52 PM

Scan & Clean With Ads Fix


  • Disable Windows Defender & Antivirus Prior To Running This Tool!!
  • Save Ads Fix to your desktop.
  • Right Click & Run As Administrator.
  • You will then be prompted to install Certificates.
  • Install then click OK.
  • Right Click & Run As Administrator Again.
  • Click Options then select Unlock the deletion.
  • Then click on clean.

Reset Host File



  • Click here to download RstHosts v2.0
  • Save the file to your desktop.
  • Right Click and Run as Administrator.
  • Click on Restaurer, then click OK at the prompt.
  • This will restore the default host file.
  • Next Click on Creer Un Rapport.
  • This will open a logfile, post that in your next reply.





Please download Pre_Scan.

Save it to your desktop.

Disable your antivirus, and windows defender.

Close All open work Pre_Scan will close all processes to run.

Right Click Run as Admin.

Allow completion, when it completes the program will reboot your machine and open a log.

Please post that log here in your next reply.




9-Lab Scan.


  • Download 9-Lab Removal Tool.
  • CLICK HERE to determine whether you're running 32-bit or 64-bit for Windows.
  • Install the program onto your computer, then right click the icon  run as administrator.
  • Update the program and then run a full scan!
  • Make sure the program updates, might be better to install it update reboot and check for updates again.
  • You need to make sure the database updates!!!
  • Upon Scan Completion Click on Show Results.
  • Then Click On Clean 
  • Then Click on Save Log.
  • Save it to your desktop, copy and paste the contents of the log here in your next reply.

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