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dragothica

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  1. Whenever I try to take a screenshot in the game, I receive an error "Screenshot Failed". According to Google, this is caused by your Antivirus Ransomware Protection which is blocking access to My Documents folder in Windows 10, which is the folder where Screenshots are saved by the game. I've tried excluding FFXIV folder, the game .exe and My Documents folder from Malwarebytes' detection, but I'm still not able to taking screenshots in the game. Any tips how to remove Ransomware Protection from My Documents (this seems to fix the issue on other Antivirus Programs other than Malwarebytes)? FFXIV Forums relevant thread: https://forum.square-enix.com/ffxiv/threads/430648-Screenshot-failed
  2. I'm getting a Trojan Warning while accessing http://www.wowhead.com, I get a placeholder error stactic CDN site at https://www.wowhead.com/error-static-cdn which is telling me that the address wow.zamimg.com is being detected as Trojan/Malware by MWB Browser Guard on Firefox (78.0.2 (64-bit)). Possibly a false positive? http://www.wowhead.com was loading just fine couple of moments ago (30min?)
  3. I'm getting a Trojan Warning while accessing http://www.wowhead.com, I get a placeholder error stactic CDN site at https://www.wowhead.com/error-static-cdn which is telling me that the address wow.zamimg.com is being detected as Trojan/Malware by MWB Browser Guard on Firefox (78.0.2 (64-bit)). Possibly a false positive? http://www.wowhead.com was loading just fine couple of moments ago (30min?).
  4. I have been using Malwarebytes on PC for years but only now noticed that there are some additional protection options in the Advanced Security Settings. Yet many of the settings are not enabled by default or are enabled only on certain applications like web browsers or office programs. For example: Application hardening, Advanced memory protection, Application behavior protection, Java protection. Should I touch these settings or leave them be? Wouldn't enabling them increase the protection provided by Malwarebytes though? Does enabling them make the program use a lot more resources or are some of the malware attacks "so rare that additional protection isn't usually required"? Additionally, if I don't use programs like MS Office, should I deselect the protection or does it apply to other office programs too like Openoffice?
  5. I was able to get Malicious Website Protection back running by enabling Self Protection (and Self Protection Early Start). Those have somehow been disabled, I expected they atleast were enabled previously. Also using MBAM Pro,
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