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  1. This is so easy reproducible. 1.Open the Firefox 2. Open 10 tabs of random sites. 3 Close the Firefox wait 5 sec and reopen it. 4. Go in history and restore previous session. 5. Now go with mouse and try to click every tab. The Mozilla hangs every time you try to click a tab.
  2. You dont need email it has an option to create a link for 7 days. You upload it and the copy and paste the link here.
  3. @LiquidTension I recreated it and provided you in private with the new logs with debug logging. I tried microsoft ahci and intel achi driver. The pc stucked at third hibernation the first 2 executed without problem. With the previous version this problem dont exist.
  4. @LiquidTension I recreated it and provided you in private with the new logs. I tried microsoft ahci and intel achi driver. The pc stucked at third hibernation the first 2 executed without problem. With the previous version this problem dont exist.
  5. 1)steps: *restart the machine. *hibernate the machine and the wake it up. *try to hibernate again and the machine stack in a stage with black monitor and fans on. (like cannot turn off hard drives) 2)usually the second hibernate tigers it. 3)if i disable the ransomware and then restart it does not occur this. Also i have a machine that if i update above the old one version it cant access the internet but it seems that you have found the culprit because i think that is the same with the blue screen. I want to mention also that the offline version of 4 and also the offline version of 3 even if i disable the update for new program versions it continue to download the latest. When i search manually for updates. All the versions are clean installed with malware bytes tool. I believe that the new update in ransomware makes the writing in hard drive so slow that simply times out, as it slows down the 4k writing speed in half even on ssds.
  6. With new version even after clean install the old machine with p5q motherboard cant hybernate I must close all the malware bytes for hibernate to work ,otherwise it stuck in a black screen with fans on when it tries to hibarnate I send the logs to @LiquidTension
  7. for testing purpose the exclusion corrects it.
  8. And in all ssds the speed is the half even for the slow kingston v300 with 30mb speed 4k writing with ransomware is 15mb/s. What about ssd in pcie that have speeds 2000 mb/s i dont have them to test.
  9. So something changed in ransomware from the latest stable because this behavior dont exist. The pattern for a program must it analyzed for a few second it seems that a program that makes multiple calls, analyzed forever. examples: Macrium reflect backup. Hibernation with big ram.
  10. The problem is the ransomware protection. With ransomware disabled: The same results exist with uefi computer and in old mbr legacy computer. I tested ssds: kinston v300, kingston suv500, apacer as340, patriot burst with same results.
  11. After the update 1.0.793 package the 4k writing from ssd benchmark is at half speed. With the new update when the benchmark test the 4k writing speed of ssd, the files that the test create is constantly scanned by malware-bytes service and that cost the half speed of the drive. This problem dont exist in previous version and if i close the malware-bytes. In the photo i attached for example, the speed is 53 mb/s, if i close the malware bytes the 4k writing speed is 96 mb/s I dont even bother with diagnostic tool because i tested 4 different ssd controllers(with drma and dramless) in 3 different pcs with same result.
  12. I have the latest component update 1.0.781(updated from within malware-bytes application). In changelog i see ui 64 bit but in the task manager i see that it is 32 bit in all my pc. Is this the case?
  13. @LiquidTension This is also seems to be fixed. Can u confirm?
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