It has come to my attention that Malwarebytes Premium would occasionally block an outbound connection made by system32/svchost.exe each time with different ip address. I noticed it sometimes ago and paid no attention to it thinking that it was some sort of false positive. However, it has been annoying me hence I have decided to officially open a topic in this forum to seek for help.
Premium Anti-Virus I am using:
BitDefender Internet Security 2017
Both found nothing with a full system scan (with rookit scanning enabled). I have also tried the procedure mentioned here: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/fix-malicious-web-site-blocked-alert-from-svchost.exe/ but I have found nothing.
Fearing for the worst, I have had my ISP's technician came and reset my wifi router (although prior to the reset, the technician mentioned that my wifi router's DNS address is indeed valid). However, for peace of mind, I went ahead and reset the router anyways and was once again provided with the same DNS address by my ISP. My house-mates and I have experienced no redirects or pop-ups of any sorts while using my laptop or smartphone (I just checked and the DNS address on both my PC and Wifi router is still "genuine".
Attached with this topic will be my FRST and MWB Protection logs as well as screen-shots of what I believe to have been blocked by MWB using TCP View and Task Manager.
Upon closer inspection, the logs show that svchost.exe was using Port  with a PID of 3976 which corresponds to IP Helper or iphlpsvc.
Note: screenshots attached were taken on the 20th of June 2017 corresponding with svchost protection log 1 and 2
I have also ran a bunch of secondary opinion scanner and found nothing. I hope that experts in this forum will help me to resolve the issue.
I am very much looking forward to the assistance provided.
EDIT: My time-zone is GMT+8.00
Edited by TechN3wb, 28 June 2017 - 09:03 AM.