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Malwarebytes’ Obstructing Antivirus Error Message

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Hello there experts,

I have a simple question. Why is Malwarebytes' obstructing my antivirus?

Malwarebytes anti-malware

Successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website: 216.245.195.237

Type : outgoing

Port : 49865

Process : avp.exe

Malwarebytes anti-malware -Successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website: 216.245.195.237

I need an answer. Please help.

Thanks a lot.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Yes, it’s so hard and also a different problem for an antivirus user who use the malware bytes with safely. Home PC may be harassed by the DDos and malware scanners would not raise up their received connection without software. In this time you may try to log of your router connection because of reducing the DDos hampered.
 
Another succession for you, that don’t use any illegal files where the malware bytes is present into their database or any other file system. Besides you can take proper support from malware bytes corporate support center if you use the genuine product and also have Technician Licensed.
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I don’t understand it. Why you still need to use an anti-malware application if you already have an antivirus running in your system. Their process will have a conflict with each other. I think your antivirus does not have malware monitoring capabilities that is why you need to use an anti-malware software.
 
I don’t think that is a nice setup where your applications conflict with each other. Your computer would not have a stable security monitoring system. Your anti-malware software might treat some of the antivirus’ actions as if a virus-like behaviors and might end up crippling the process of the antivirus.
 
It is better to install an antivirus that includes malware monitoring just like Norton Antivirus 2012 and Norton Internet Security 2012.

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