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  1. Cli -- Thank you. Are you saying that the warning was a false positive? If I don't want to wait for the next Malwarebytes update, is it safe to remove xyplorer.exe from the Malwarebytes quarantine, and start using XYplorer again?
  2. Malwarebytes says xyplorer.exe (v20.20) is infected by Trojan.MalPack.VB.Generic. Scans by AVG and Adaware reportedly show no problem, suggesting Malwarebytes is throwing up a false positive warning. XYplorer is an excellent file management program that I use daily. A link to my post over at the XYplorer forum is below. The XYplorer author and administrator Donald Lessau says the app, including v20.20 is free of malware. https://www.xyplorer.com/xyfc/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=20592 I'm hoping someone at Malwarebytes can verify whether xyplorer.exe v20.20 is ok, and if so,
  3. So far so good. Optional Info I installed new beta version (it now shows 1.08.1.1016)Re-activated default settings (ie, Anti-Heapspray ON for browsers)RebootedOpened Firefox -- successful and not blocked by MBAE.Thanks for making the update and putting out the notification
  4. Part 2 -- (follow up to post #52) Disabling the DisplayFusion processes and services noted in post #38 also do not fix the problem.
  5. Hi - I'm sorry to report that I was mistaken that disabling the startup autorun of atkexComSvc.exe (an ASUS file) solved the problem of Firefox being blocked by MBAE. If I get a reproducable fix, I'll come back and re-post. Optional Info It appears I had disabled MBAE, and that state persisted across reboots. Thus, I wrongly thought MBAE was no longer blocking Firefox.I found this out a while ago, but am just now gettting back to share the correction. Lame, I know, but I've been busy. Sorry for the false report.Even with disabling all the ASUS services listed in post #38, MBAE still block
  6. Pedro - THANK YOU for the directions. Firefox now opens fine, and MBAE does not block it. The culprit was atkexComSvc.exe. Feel free to mark this solved. Optional Details The problem was solved after I tried the first item on your list (atkexComSvc.exe). Using Autoruns, I selectively disabled the service, and did a reboot. After the reboot, with MBAE running, Firefox opened normally. Problem solved. I have an Asus Z87 Expert motherboard, and I think the atkexComSvc.exe file was installed along with whatever else I loaded when I built the PC. Autoruns shows the service with a pin
  7. Dale -- Thank you, my bad. Moderator -- I've started a new thread in the correct forum (MBAE). Sorry for the clutter. Feel free to delete this thread.
  8. Hello - Firefox gets blocked when attempting to open. MBAE 1.07.1.1015 FF 40.0 (but problem also occurred with v39) Win 7 Pro MS Security Essentials otherwise clean running power system Attached: MBAE user data directory, First.txt and Addition.txt I've reviewed some of the posts, and I'm sorry of I've missed a solution. Addition.txt FRST.txt mbae-config.zip
  9. Hello - Firefox gets blocked when attempting to open. MBAM 1.07.1.1015 FF 40.0 (but problem also occurred with v39) Win 7 Pro MS Security Essentials otherwise clean running power system Attached: MBAE user data directory I've reviewed some of the posts, and I'm sorry of I've missed a solution. mbae-config.zip
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