Updated Malwarebytes, got a free premium trial a few days back. Now it keeps popping up a notice that it's blocking incoming traffic on various ports trying to connect to svchost.exe as detected riskware or malware. I tried adding the IP addresses and blocked those ports in Windows Firewall on Windows 7, but I'm still getting those popups from Malwarebytes. How are these inbound connections making it through my software firewall for Malwarebytes to even detect and block them?
I also ran a full suite of anti-malware and anti-virus programs, nothing detected on any of them (including Malwarebytes itself), other than Hitman Pro, which detected some stuff in legacy keys that I can't remove at all, all for something called "Goobzo" (which I've never heard of until now, nor have ever had infect this computer, which makes me curious what's going on there).
The keys are as follows:
Edited by KainYusanagi, 08 June 2018 - 06:39 PM.