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  1. Hi, not sure if this is a false positive or not. It's a website - emdb . eu - for a small program I use to manage my digital movie collection. I've used the program for years and would be very surprised if there were any shenanigans actually going on, but I'm not sure how to verify this. I first got prompted by MBAM when I opened the program just now and it auto-checked for updates. I then tried going to the website on my browser and MBAM also blocked it. Let me know if there's any other information I can provide. Copy-paste of MBAM protection log (with spaces added into the domain n
  2. Good idea. I just tried it, but the problem persists. I also added the whole MPC-HC media player's folder to the exclusion list and the problem persists.
  3. Ever since I upgraded from Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (version 2.something) to Malwarebytes 3, I've had issues with video rendering using madVR. Every couple minutes, the video freezes for two or three seconds and all frames are dropped. This occurs no matter the file size of the video being played nor the settings used within madVR. This is not a problem of inadequate GPU performance, since render times remain <10ms (anything below 41.7ms would not cause frame loss in a 24fps video anyway). To clarify, madVR is a separately installed renderer that's used within a media player (in my ca
  4. I encountered the same thing when I woke up just now. The entire folder is being declared by MBAM to be trojans. All 985 files and folders in it. Even 0 byte files. Would like an answer too.
  5. I used to use BitTorrent for P2P, and I added it to my MBAM exclusion list and that was enough to get it to stop giving me constant notifications about malicious IP addresses. However, since I switched to Deluge, a different P2P application, MBAM gives me frequent notifications exclaiming that it's encountered a malicious IP address. Needless to say, I added the Deluge process to my MBAM exclusion list and it hasn't done anything to stop the notifications. At this point, I've disabled MBAM notifications, which is not ideal for security reasons, but until I figure out how to get it to stop
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