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  2. The solution suggested to me worked initially, but I've seen some erratic behavior with it turning off on me once a few days after this fix was implemented. I am trying to gather the suggested scans logs and posted here, but the computer is locking up frequently.
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  5. TempLost, I am running Windows 10x64 Pro Build 14393.693 as well as Insider Build 15031 with Malwarebytes, Components 1.0.69 and with Casper 10.0.6114. I do not experience any SVI size increases when running Casper 10 on any of my systems. Nor did I experience it with earlier versions of Malwarebytes when it comes to Casper backups. When you run your Casper 10 backup, do you get CAPI2 errors logged in your Event Viewer? If so that could be what is causing your SVI size to jump. This CAPI2 bug has been around since Windows 7. A solution that works on Windows 10 is provided at
  6. Malwarebytes Staff: Good day. I wasn't sure where to post this. I am helping a client in the Bleeping Computer "Am I Infected? What Do I Do?" Forum. The interesting part of the Topic starts with this post. The MBP 3.0.6 scan detects three PUPs, but does not remove them. I searched all three on Google. These Forums contain removal instructions for the first two, and the Malwaretips site states that MBAM, AdwCleaner, and JRT will all remove the last PUP. I am not sure if the detections are false positives or a detection/removal bug in MBP 3.0.6? I can refer the client to the Bleeping Computer "Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs" Forum, where we are permitted to use more powerful anti-malware tools, like FRST, OTL, Zoek, etc. so that I can manually take the PUPs out, if the detections are legitimate; but I am wondering if someone here on staff would have a look at the client's topic and let us know what you think? If you require MBP application logs, I am sure that the very cooperative client will be happy to oblige. I know that you are all terribly busy, so I/we will appreciate any and all staff responses. Thank you and have a great day. Regards, -Phil
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  8. I did touch on this before, asking if Casper would be affected, and the response I got from Malwarebytes indicated that any program that used Volume Shadow Copy would / could be affected by "the bug" - so I guess they are aware that any issue that affected Macrium Reflect could also affect any of the plethora of other programs using the same techniques. We can but wait for a response from the backroom boys and girls.
  9. Hmmmm... I wondering if the "fix" only affected Macrium Reflect...
  10. Hello Kevin, Sorry for my late reply and really so thank you for your help !!!! Here is the new "FRST.txt" and "Addition.txt" . Actually I am not very good at computer related issue, I think my computer work fine now, at least my google chrome will not flicker and it will not display memory error. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  11. Neither of those programs create restore points as part of their routines.
  12. Well, I strongly believe that the logic that malwarebytes do that for security reasons is just an excuse. I see the exclamation mark that it is red over the malwarebytes icon and that's enough for me. On the other hand, they could give the users a choice on their security level and how many levels of protection they want. The application can be password protected when you enable or disable the layers, which that is a pretty good security for me, too
  13. I doubt MB is going to explain the reason for each and every blocked website. If you believe this is a false positive, report it. Otherwise it is a non-issue.
  14. @TempLost Did you look at your list of restore points after all that? I'm wondering if Casper and Tweaking,com create restore points as part of their routine.
  15. I am confused how to stop the pop ups for and that show up on Chrome for Windows 10. Thank you.
  16. OK, so in the interest of clarity Did a clean reinstall of Malwarebytes Deleted all Restore Points SVI folder reduced to 35 MB Reenabled and created New System Restore Point SVI Folder 2,276 MB Rebooted Backed up with Casper 10 SVI Folder 2,410 MB after Backup with Casper 10 Rebooted SVI Folder still 2,410 MB Run's Registry Backup SVI Folder 2,613 MB Rebooted SVI Folder still 2,613 MB So I don't think that the SVI folder problem has been fixed, sadly............ Windows 7 SP1 x64 Security:- Malwarebytes CU3 Premium Avast AV Free 17.1.2286 CryptoPrevent 8.0 Premium Casper 10 Backup Registry Backup 3.5.3
  17. Hey there! So I've recently been having an issue on my system where every hour on the dot a few command prompts come up real quick and disappear. I've got no idea what's causing this. It's so quick in fact that I'm unable to get a screenshot or even screencap it so I can get a frame. I've had to use slow-motion on my phone to get a decent photo of what the CMD looks like (attached). So I've followed the instructions from this thread and created a FRST.txt file and Addition.txt file (both attached). Help would be much appreciated! Cheers FRST.txt Addition.txt
  18. Hi feltchcc, Thanks for your report. This was a false positive and is fixed in the below database versions: MBAM2 Version: v2017.02.19.06 MBAM3 Version: 1.0.1302
  19. I had to uninstall the 3.0.6 as my pc keeped hanging and web protection was off, I installed the beta and that went really well, all protection came on and the scan was done in no time at all, I then rebooted and web protection came on which is great but then when I tried to just right click my desktop the system hung for about 5mins. In the end I had to uninstall mb in safe mode and all was back to normal after reboot. Not sure how much this helps but its not usable for me atm.
  20. I rebooted twice, and nothing seems amiss. All protection is active. Will advise if anything changes.
  21. I tried a fix that worked for a few days and now I get the same message about protection layers turned off.
  22. I've recently caught a virus. It exists as the processes cpx.exe and vmxclient.exe. I'm not sure how to get rid of this. I've tried booting into safe mode and deleting the folders holding these processes, but they just come back eventually. In addition, whenever I attempt to run any sort of antivirus software, I get the "Not a valid Win32 application" error. Please help me! I've attached pictures as references.
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