Mar 1, 2017
Further to your announcement that the update was delayed.
"Unfortunately, we have been forced to delay the 14.0.30 release again. Another bug was discovered recently that will push the release back further than we had anticipated"
Can you comfirm if the said bug is of any malicious nature and if the users are under any potential risks of their systems being hacked or even worse personal data risks due to this bug.
I have just seen a post by a member called clinton reporting the following:
All of a sudden my MalwareBytes program has been flashing me notifications that SoundTouch is malware.
" Malicious Website Blocked"
C:\Program Files(x86)\SoundTouch...rver\SoundTouch music server.exe"
WE HAVE A RIGHT TO BE INFORMED IF THERE IS AN ISSUE HERE.
Feb 8, 2017
The files blocked was
-Blocked Website Details-
Malicious Website: 1
, , Blocked, [-1], [-1],0.0.0
IP Address: 22.214.171.124
File: C:\Program Files (x86)\SoundTouch\SoundTouchMusicServer\SoundTouch Music Server.exe
Can someone Explain what they are sending ? or Trying to Send ?
Feb 15, 2017
Don't get too excited by this,
126.96.36.199 is used by a thing called SSDP (Simple Service Discovery Protocall), think of it as the SoundTouch app sending a request out accross your network to get the speakers to notify themselves. Many different devices use this kind of service.
Im not sure why you have never seen this before? Its been used by the SoundTouch communications protocals forever.
Dec 5, 2016
I responded to a previous user earlier today, I'll copy what I said to them:
188.8.131.52 is accessed by the SoundTouch music server via port 1900; It's used for Bose system detection on your network. Sometimes antivirus and anti-malware software will detect programs as false positives and report them to be on the safe side. Nothing to worry about!
184.108.40.206 is a local address in your network, and is used by the Bose systems and application so they can see each other (also known as SSDP). For some reason, Malwarebytes is seeing it as potential malware, but we all know it isn't.