I'm having various errors, from unauthenticated requests for using some AJAX requests (which need authentication).

While I have clients from Belgium, the IP addresses match a IP in the form of 150.70.*.*, all are using Windows XP and IE 6 or IE 8.

When I do a lookup, I receive this: http://ip-lookup.net/index.php Which means that it originates from Japan and it's a static IP from trendsmicro.com, a security suite.

Any idea if I can blacklist this? I'd like to keep my errors close to zero. But this is one I can't solve without blacklisting the IP range.

What should I do and what does trendsmicro try to do when cloning the request?

  • The IP lookup link you included gives me information about my current IP address. I don't think that can be the correct link. Commented May 8, 2014 at 10:53

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Just found out about this: TrendMicro is recording every click

Seems to be TrendMicro's form of spyware... (*protection*kuch*) and i'm going to block the IP-Range. I won't condolence bad behaviour

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