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About steve1717

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  1. I have been using Malwarebytes 3 premium and Kaspersky Internet Security both 2019 (paid) and 2020 (paid) together with no problems until November 1, 2019. Turned on computer on November 1, 2019 and something happened and spent many days since trying to find the problem. Did a full image restore back to October 27 2019 and problems kept happening so something kept updating. Main issues 1) Steam crashes / freezes and will not download 2) Chrome opens but if closed will not reopen. Bootstrapper.exe seems to be the main file crashing and blocking a system shut down. Also unable to
  2. I just ran another test today with a custom scan and a full threat scan including a new 1.25.3 version of validator with no false positives. Thank you very much for all your help. Note I did this before I saw your post above about deleting the cache.
  3. I just tested again after doing another database update. We are making progress. The good news is: 1) both the zipped and unzipped versions of the latest version of the validator.exe are not detected as malware. 2) Almost all of the previous versions in their zipped state are not detected as malware. I have not tested unzipped for the previous versions because I assume the detection would be the same? The bad news is that one recent previous version in its downloaded zipped format is still detected. This version is attached. I notice about this detection is it is
  4. I received an email telling me this has been solved. It has not. Please do not close this thread. I just updated and ran a custom scan today and it is still detecting the false positives. Was there something else that was supposed to be updated for the larger white list to work? Or did the update not get pushed through? Components Version: 1.0.322 Update Package Version: 1.0.4578 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 16299.334) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: Steven-PC\Steven -Scan Summary- Scan Type: Custom Scan Result: Completed
  5. Log as requested I will try to test again maybe on Monday I greatly appreciate the help and responses MBAMSERVICE.LOG
  6. thanks for the response. Items are still showing up and I am concerned that even if we get them all on a case by case basis the next version will just be flagged again. How can we get a generic fix? The author updates the program all the time. Note I ran an update just before the custom scan. At this point I have tried to spread the word for people to make an exclusion in malwarebytes but this program is widely used by people modding multiple games on multiple forums and I am only telling people in my forum. Would be nice to get a generic fix. Edit: Also
  7. I just removed the exclusion and ran a custom scan. The current version of the program is now ok but all the copies of the previous versions are still marked as having that same false positive error. And users may be still using these old versions. I will try to attach them. Can we get them all marked clean? There was never any problems with them and malwarebytes in the past. Audax.Validator v1.20.0.zip Audax.Validator v1.21.0.zip Audax.Validator v1.21.3.zip Audax.Validator v1.21.5.zip Audax.Validator v1.22.0.zip Audax.Validator v1.22.9.zip Audax.Validator v1.23.0.zip Audax.Val
  8. A long time trusted program, validator.exe, which has never had any problems with malwarebytes over the past years was suddenly flagged as MachineLearning/Anomalous.94% on March 22, 2018 by Malwarebytes premium version 3.4.4. Please stop this false detection. The program is used by users of Paradox games like Europa Universalis 4 for modders the check the syntax of their game mods. The quarantine report was: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 3/22/18 Protection Event Time: 5:20 PM Log File: 2ea79652-2e1f-11e8-928d-001fbc09701f.json A
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