No, this is a message from NetGuard, which I don't have so I can't really suggest anything.
I don't know the reason for this.
When I input http://184.108.40.206 in either Firefox or IE I got a WOT (Web of Trust) red warning not to go there but when I did anyway it said it couldn't resolve the page. (click to enlarge)
It does belong to Google however:
So not too sure what to suggest other than possible spyware on the machine or bad cookies at least.
On 5-September-2011, malwaredomainlist.com reported malware at
satsexpornoxxx.ru currently traces to IP 220.127.116.11
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then I do have some bad software on my PC. Any suggestions what to do to find and clean? McAfee Total Protection and malwarebytes didnt find anything
Since 18.104.22.168 is not google.com my thread heading was wrong. Is it possible to change that ?
win 7, 64 bit on auto update
McAfee Total Protection on auto update
You can edit the thread header by clicking 'Edit Discussion' at the right of your first post, if the button is visible, not sure if you get it as I am a Moderator and see all buttons at all times.
You don't necessarily have malware, but you say Malwarebytes found nothing. Is this Malwarebytes Free edition? I ask because that's the only version I recommend with an antivirus such as McAfee. Try updating Malwarebytes and running it in Safe Mode. (Reached by tapping F8 while booting up).
There are some other free tools here: https://community.mcafee.com/docs/DOC-2168 it's qwuite long so read down all of it.
Also you said that you have Windows 7, I hope that you mean Windows 7 SP1, if not there is help here: https://community.mcafee.com/docs/DOC-2205
As per my research, the IP 22.214.171.124 does belongs to Google.
But when I scanned the IP, I found the following results:
Possible Spam detected (multiple external links).
Description: Web site identified with Blackhat SEO Spam. This often means that it was hacked and the attackers inserted links to their own sites to increase their page rank on search engines.