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  1. Great, thanks for checking - appreciate it. I should be safe then, no further scanning or action needed?
  2. Hi there, I've used VideoProc from Digiarity for years now and it was last updated in January of this year. Today I ran a scan and this particular file is being flagged as malware: File: 1 Malware.AI.3396014372, C:\PROGRAM FILES (X86)\DIGIARTY\VIDEOPROC\YOUTUBE\LIB\SITE-PACKAGES\PIP\_VENDOR\DISTLIB\T64.EXE, Quarantined, 1000000, 0, 1.0.40324, F93576E284FBECD3CA6B1124, dds, 01240421, A9FEAB5DC0875366EA7F2002A34994FB, F16C8E095AFD63E55A3A1DC0304FE9CCF8FA573E1FEA9D0A28447990FD45FB33 I'm attaching a zipped copy of the file and I also ran it through VirusTotal and I don't see that
  3. Browser Guard is blocking - www.jcoutdoors.biz as possibly being involved with Scam activity. This is a local landscaping business and the website checks out clean on Virus Total - https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/dfd829cf5582773fc057619faeb4810d241fe5204f519c492bb6835b964c520d/detection Can this be unblocked? Thanks!
  4. I do, I'm highly suspicious that it's a false positive with Malwarebytes and the latest definitions.
  5. It wouldn't be a bad idea, but only do it from a PC you know is safe or the PC you posted about if it is now scanning clean.
  6. I made a separate post on this as well. I have a feeling it may be a false positive as all the research I've done indicates this is a part of AVG. Waiting to hear back to see if there is any official word. I haven't enabled any AVG add-ons or made any installation changes to the AVG software.
  7. I've always run these two programs in parallel on my PC. Today after running a scan a file from AVG is showing up as a Trojan.Injector - C:\ProgramFiles (x86)\AVG\Antivirus\VisthAux.exe I quarantined the file as MBAM directed, but in all searching on the web I can find says this is a legitimate part of AVG. Could this be a false positive with AVG? I've had AVG installed on this PC for years, so it's not something new that was introduced and I haven't changed the installed components or add-ons from AVG either. Thanks!
  8. Thanks Ron, I've created a ticket with support. For tracking purposes you can close this thread as I've taken the issue up with support privately.
  9. Thanks for the info. I did the clean removal process and am still seeing the crashing when running the initial scan after the re-install. I ran the logs as requested, but noticed that they contain some highly personal information. Is there a way to provide them so that they are not posted for everyone to see?
  10. I can second this observation. I do a Custom Scan of EVERYTHING on my PC once a week and usually that took around 1 hour 45 minutes prior to this last update. Now post the most recent update this scan now takes well over 3 hours.
  11. Just wanted to follow up with a snippet from the Event Viewer logs: Faulting application name: mbam.exe, version:, time stamp: 0x5612a56bFaulting module name: MSVCR100.dll, version: 10.0.40219.325, time stamp: 0x4df2be1eException code: 0x40000015Fault offset: 0x0008d6fdFaulting process id: 0x1620Faulting application start time: 0x01d107cf39963d9fFaulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes Anti-Malware\mbam.exeFaulting module path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes Anti-Malware\MSVCR100.dllReport Id: 84dc813d-73c3-11e5-86c3-f81654cf831aFaulting package full name
  12. Hi all, I have noticed that since the latest upgrade to the above version a few days ago on my Windows 8.1 machine, after I try to run any scans usually a few minutes after it begins processing Malwarebytes will crash. I never had this before the upgrade and have done no major Windows installation or other program installations since the MBAM upgrade the other day. Have there been any other reports of issues with crashing in the new version?
  13. Thank you, this will make it easy. Also kudos to you all for making great products and continually working to keep us all safe. :-)
  14. Hi there, I purchased a subscription to Anti-Exploit premium and I am currently using two of the three licenses for my subscription. I have a desktop PC and laptop covered under the product. I will be getting a new desktop PC and no longer using my current desktop PC. How do I properly transfer the license spot from my current desktop PC to the new one, so that I will still have a third spot free after the swap? I wasn't sure if there was a special tool I needed to run on my current desktop, or I just needed to uninstall the program from my current desktop PC. Thanks.
  15. So I finally got my system back up and running. I got it into safe mode and initially read about installing MB back on the system. I only had an older version on my flash stick and installed that (bad idea) and it made things worse. Was able to find a free PC the download the newest version on my flash stick and then installed that and updated and turned off file protection. While in Safe Mode I did a Restore All on the quarantined files, but they did not disappear from the the list. I hit the Restore All a few times and then gave up hope and figured I'd try a reboot. To my surprise I am
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