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  1. The quarantine list reappeared, so I uninstalled Mbytes and cleaned any remaining debris vigorously, then reinstalled version with new download. At next daily scan the items surfaced again. I removed all extensions. Two daily scans since have reported clean. I think the problem is solved.
  2. I am still floundering, but fixlog.txt is attached. None to sure I've got it right, and may have to abandon and perhaps just put up with problem. Fixlog.txt
  3. Despite having 3.7.1 I followed the instructions and unsynched Chrome. The items still persist. FRST_17-05-2019 06.57.23.txt
  4. I'm confused. What attachment do you refer to? I cannot find fixlog.txt anywhere. Do you mean fixlist.txt, as per link at bottom of page?
  5. Despite having 3.7.1 I followed the instructions and unsynched Chrome. The items still persist. FRST_17-05-2019 06.57.23.txt
  6. Despite having 3.7.1 I followed the instructions and unsynched Chrome. The items still persist. FRST_17-05-2019 06.57.23.txt Addition_17-05-2019 06.57.23.txt
  7. I have 32 items ( see att) that appear daily. I can't seem to delete them permanently, I must be doing something wrong, but with age cannot recall how I should proceed. Can someone, please help or remind me. The entries nearly all relate to PUPs, but how do I find the extension that is causing the problem and remove that to solve matter? I am using Premium (free) 3.7.1 summary mbites.txt
  8. I was visiting a site that I have used many times without problems, when a threat (see attachment) appeared. Immediately I left the site, and ran my Malwarebytes Premium (free) and BitDefender AV; both showed noting amiss. Am I infected, or subject to a hoax? Please advise me how I should proceed
  9. @exile360 That's a good workaround. Thank you. I have an internet monitoring app installed, which was created by just a person. There one can select to delete items more than x days old automatically. Mbytes is a valued application, but to me it's strange that something similar is not included. As a Brit the option to choose the date format would be welcome too.
  10. I don't know how I missed that top box. Thanks for pointing it our
  11. But should wish to retain those, say for the last 10 days, what then?
  12. Thank you! However when I attempt to delete the JSON files in C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\ScanResults (in bulk), which I have usually achieved by selecting 'continue elsewhere, the files do not delete. Have I really go to do them one by one. or am I missingsomething??
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