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December 13, 2012, 08:25:35 PM
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Hello everyone am not 100% sure of this but am making people aware of it. My anti virus and malware detection just went bonkers and blocked the following for BitCoin

IP-BLOCK   222.65.39.112 (Type: outgoing, Port: 61224, Process: bitcoin-qt.exe)

IP address [?]:   222.65.39.112 [Whois] [Reverse IP]
IP country code:   CN
IP address country:    China
IP address state:    Shanghai
IP address city:    Shanghai
IP address latitude:    31.0456
IP address longitude:    121.3997
ISP of this IP [?]:    ChinaNet Shanghai Province Network
Organization:    ChinaNet Shanghai Province Network
Host of this IP: [?]:    112.39.65.222.broad.xw.sh.dynamic.163data.com.cn

This has been blocked on a number of ports.

Anyone know anything about this?

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December 13, 2012, 08:36:12 PM
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Most AV don't like bitcoin, so take whatever it tells you with a grain of salt.

As far as the specifics of that address, idk.

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December 13, 2012, 09:39:15 PM
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Most AV don't like bitcoin, so take whatever it tells you with a grain of salt.

As far as the specifics of that address, idk.

Ok cool cool Smiley just was not sure so posted on here as am still got a lot to learn in the BTC world. Thx for the heads up and info

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December 13, 2012, 10:55:44 PM
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Most mining applications are ranked as malware (by association) by various AV companies, as they've been bundled with worms and other nasties before.
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use linux for bitcoin related stuff,

even better, just use linux for everything Smiley

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Which antivirus software are you using?  I'm curious.
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Which antivirus software are you using?  I'm curious.

Even i would like to know the anti-virus software you are using.

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Which antivirus software are you using?  I'm curious.

Even i would like to know the anti-virus software you are using.

Me three! But I'll go out on a limb here and guess that it's either Norton of MacAffee lol...  Grin

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Which antivirus software are you using?  I'm curious.

Even i would like to know the anti-virus software you are using.

Me three! But I'll go out on a limb here and guess that it's either Norton of MacAffee lol...  Grin

Wrong on both of them will never use them B!tches lol

Am using avast internet security. However it did not pick up on that. It was malware bytes that kept stopping and blocking it on the ports.

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Which antivirus software are you using?  I'm curious.
Even i would like to know the anti-virus software you are using.
Me three! But I'll go out on a limb here and guess that it's either Norton of MacAffee lol...  Grin
Wrong on both of them will never use them B!tches lol

Am using avast internet security. However it did not pick up on that. It was malware bytes that kept stopping and blocking it on the ports.
Malwarebytes is a great scanner, but it's real-time protection could use some work. I have it detect false-positives all the time on customer's machines. I've actually stopped recommending the paid version until it gets a little more polished.

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Malwarebytes is a great scanner, but it's real-time protection could use some work. I have it detect false-positives all the time on customer's machines. I've actually stopped recommending the paid version until it gets a little more polished.

I use it for just that: a scanner. For real-time protection I suggest finding other solutions. MBam is no doubt a damn good program though. I've used it to bust some ugly viruses and malware before and it ran through them like a train.

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Hello everyone am not 100% sure of this but am making people aware of it. My anti virus and malware detection just went bonkers and blocked the following for BitCoin

IP-BLOCK   222.65.39.112 (Type: outgoing, Port: 61224, Process: bitcoin-qt.exe)

IP address [?]:   222.65.39.112 [Whois] [Reverse IP]
IP country code:   CN
IP address country:    China
IP address state:    Shanghai
IP address city:    Shanghai
IP address latitude:    31.0456
IP address longitude:    121.3997
ISP of this IP [?]:    ChinaNet Shanghai Province Network
Organization:    ChinaNet Shanghai Province Network
Host of this IP: [?]:    112.39.65.222.broad.xw.sh.dynamic.163data.com.cn

This has been blocked on a number of ports.

Anyone know anything about this?
Bitcoin is p2p, so you're connecting to various international nodes. Your anti-virus doesn't like one of the peers you connected to, for whatever reason. I'm assuming something similar would eventually happen if you used something like a torrent program.

Probably shouldn't worry about individual IP bans, since there are plenty of peers to choose from. If the AV program blocks Bitcoin from using those ports on an application level, though, you'll want to modify your AV settings to allow Bitcoin. If you're really concerned, though, you could use something like PeerBlock in conjunction with AV software, which can pull lists to block whatever types of entities you'd like per IP instead of per application.
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Which antivirus software are you using?  I'm curious.

Even i would like to know the anti-virus software you are using.

Me three! But I'll go out on a limb here and guess that it's either Norton of MacAffee lol...  Grin

Wrong on both of them will never use them B!tches lol

Am using avast internet security. However it did not pick up on that. It was malware bytes that kept stopping and blocking it on the ports.

Avast is rubbish, support worse
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=14085.msg901620#msg901620
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I used to love Avast. Now I use MSE.

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Since most viruses now are really malware I use peerblock.  There are large lists of IP's  you can download and block or allow, and you can customize it too.
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March 06, 2013, 10:21:25 PM
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Two days ago AVG (Anti Virus Gold) updated and decided it should delete cgminer.exe and the zip file I got it from.

Grrr....

What is MSE?

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Two days ago AVG (Anti Virus Gold) updated and decided it should delete cgminer.exe and the zip file I got it from.

Grrr....

What is MSE?

AVG Free doesnt pick any of them up as a virus. For anyone using windows i reccomend Kaspersky has done so much good for every machine ive used it on. also doesent pick up the bitcoin stuff as viruses.
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Two days ago AVG (Anti Virus Gold) updated and decided it should delete cgminer.exe and the zip file I got it from.

Grrr....

What is MSE?

MSE = Microsoft Security Essentials
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