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  1. I understand why Malwarebytes Anti-Malware does not normally detect malware contained inside archives. If it's not actively running or has a chance of running, then it's less of a threat, right? I understand the reasoning, except it creates a problem when performing an on-demand file scan using the right-click context menu in Windows Explorer. I think if you are right-clicking on a .zip and clicking "Scan with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware" then it should be able to detect the threat without me having to extract the malicious files first and then scan them. Is there a way to set up a different behavior or rule for when the file is scanned via context menu opposed to a normal quick scan or full scan? Malicious .zip email attachments are one example of where this would be useful. Thanks!
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