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  2. You also have the same topic here. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/741394/send-to-right-click-menu-odd-problem/
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  4. Hello ... I upload AS SOON AS POSSIBLE... Log size almost 1GB ... Thanks for reply both of you ... No need to apologize i like solving this challange 😊
  5. The number you see on the Malwarebytes Browser Guard icon in the browser's toolbar are the number of sites/connections being blocked, including ads, trackers, malware, and anything else it might be blocking on the current page. In my experience, when most sites show a large number of blocks in rapid succession, it is generally due to a large number of rotating ads and trackers, as many sites are set up to use several as well as to retry when displaying one ad fails by attempting to display another. I see the same thing in other blocking extensions such as uBlock Origin quite often. You
  6. This is a Browser Guard Block. I will Alert the proper team to investigate. There is no need for any further action from you at this time. @gonzo
  7. FYI, it's always shown Windows 8 on my Windows 10 devices as well; I suspect it's just an issue with no recognizing the correct OS build info on some system configurations, though I don't know the exact cause. I know of no differences with regards to how Malwarebytes scans between the two operating systems, so it shouldn't do any harm, though I have noted the issue for the Product team regardless, and hopefully we'll see a fix for it at some point, whatever the cause might be.
  8. I do. That is why I was saying that anytime there was network traffic the performance went down significantly.
  9. By the way, I don't know if it is relevant, but this vulnerability in Windows 10 can lead to drive corruption just by viewing a specific icon (hopefully Microsoft fixes it sooner rather than later given the severity of the threat and how easy it is to attack users with).
  10. Greetings, It sounds like your system may have suffered some potentially serious corruption. I'm not certain what the solution to the Send To menu issue might be, but I suspect there is likely more damage to the system which may not be obvious given your description of events, and while it is entirely up to you, if it were my system, I would personally just back up my important files/data and start fresh with a clean install of Windows just to make certain that whatever damage was done doesn't lead to unforeseen consequences and potential instabilities down the road.
  11. @insaniac80do you, by any chance, have a network time machine backup?
  12. As far as I know, there are no plans to discontinue the MSP product used by Kaseya and other MSP partners of Malwarebytes; they are considered separate builds/products from the normal business products sold directly to customers by Malwarebytes, though a more knowledgeable member of the staff may correct me if I am wrong.
  13. Hi, This is indeed a false positive by our additional machinelearning engine we have implemented. This will get fixed. Thanks for reporting!
  14. Thanks for the log, I will hide your post, so others can't see it but you. It's not really a false positive in your case. It's not malware either, but it's rather an alert because of the location the file is in and the scheduled task that assigned to it. Normal programs typically don't run from the downloads folder, but are installed in a different folder (eg, under an appdata/programdata subfolder or program files) and run their scheduled tasks from there instead of downloads. This is since a lot of malware does this from the downloads folder, hence why we need to alert the user about th
  15. Hi there we have relaunched our club website exiles.club / www.exiles.club we are a Table Top Gaming Club, that is, board games, roleplaying table top games, miniature wargames. we are active on our official Facebook page as well. www.facebook.com/groups/ExilesGamingClub And can also be found at our club house, 9 Mitchel Street Marrickville NSW 2204 we have requested a third party SSL certificate which I believe will be active in the next 48 hours. So if we can get the status for the webpage changed to safe, it will really help, since peop
  16. I have found that it is best to use the Control Panel instead of using MBST and Uninstall Malware Privacy first then uninstall Malwarebytes Privacy VPN Tunnel Driver second. Also if the Malwarebytes Privacy VPN Tunnel Driver doesn't uninstall the first time then try a second time from the control panel. Then if that fails you can go to the Device Manager and uninstall the Tunnel Driver from there in Network Drivers. Also if you happen to see mbtun 2, mbtun 3 and mbtun 4 in Network Drivers then also uninstall those too from the Network Driver list. Then you will not see the BSOD when installing
  17. No....my inquiry was not related to phone, mobile devices. I will ask my question differently. It is about the Browser Guard itself. Question: When I see a number count clicking upward on my malwarebyte Browser Guard immediately after landing on a site, what is being manifested ....numbers of trackers that are being thwarted successfully or a collection of trackers that have arrived, and not being removed ? I expect generally it to be a low number of trackers counted that have been successful at getting on and staying on because Browser Guard has done a good job keeping possibly larger numb
  18. Well that's just really odd. I checked the uninstall logs and they are both very different. What do we try now?
  19. my software 'Advance BAT to EXE converter' creates EXE files from BAT files. It does not do any harm to computers or data. Malwarebytes falsely detect my program and EXEs created by it as MachineLearning/Anomalous.100% I sell this software and my paid customers are annoyed with these false positives. Can you please fix this? i have attached files and virustotal.com link virustotal link : https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/68d738fc849b1b6da8f62f8e58e928f2049c92b5ec7935498e8cf641ee3c91da/detection FP_password_infected.zip
  20. It is blacklisted at the moment. The path it was blocked for is still active as far as I can tell: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/11541c78dbe7b847f8015383b7c6579674d00e8b72b08e3f3c016d239a47cfdf/detection This too looks malicious: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/e95cb8102452ef5db8ae21900a408997d6cfcf3912e9b22a3a71fb2945063762/details If those are removed we can unblock.
  21. Anyone have an update to this? According to this https://support.malwarebytes.com/hc/en-us/articles/360039023033-Malwarebytes-Management-Console-On-Premises-Product-Lifecycle , the "On-premises" version is to be discontinued by August and older versions even earlier - if so, what does this mean for the Kaseya version (if it too is based on the on-premise version). - Will it be updated by then, or will it too stop being supported and therefore not worth using?
  22. I am an open source developer who ships the Python 3.4 runtime with my application, and Python includes _ssl.pyd. I modified it using strip.exe and upx.exe to shrink it. After many years, I never had false positives from Malware Bytes before, but now VirusTotal shows it detecting it as Malware.Heuristic.1003. VirusTotal report: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/11c5b519f40d152c7bbd5f5a3e4a01c1813e514e0447f2e7ca944943b8e3f435/detection File: attached _ssl.zip
  23. gonzo

    Website Blocked.

    The site has been whitelisted. Please allow 15-30 minutes for changes to take effect.
  24. I just realized this forum was regarding your product Malwarebytes. So I may have put this in the wrong forum or you may not have a forum for my particular issue. Sorry if I made a mistake.
  25. It is still saying... Website blocked due to reputation Website blocked: brookdalealumniassociation.com Malwarebytes Browser Guard blocks pages that come from websites with relatively light traffic and have been reported to have malicious activity. If you trust this website, please click CONTINUE TO SITE. Otherwise, choose GO BACK.
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