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John L. Galt

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  1. I manually checked the folder in my Google profile and it no longer is detected. Thanks @rakka
  2. That raises an interesting question (and if this has been covered before, my apologies): If I were to set that site as an exception, would the local exception be based upon domain or IP address? Because I would definitely not mind the single domain (full domain if possible) whitelisted, but obviously, I don't want the IP address excepted, only that one domain.
  3. I'm actually getting a similar report, but for a very different reason. I was backing up my Chrome profile in order to cleanly install Windows, and all apps therein, and I received an error about the MBGC extension. I allowed it as I was about to format that entire drive after making the backup, and I knew this was a FP. After a clean install, during restore of my Chrome profile it came up again - this time I got a screenshot: As you can see, I went ahead and told Defender to permanently ignore it. But, I'd rather it was not detected in the first place....
  4. Uh, GT-Truth? Th screenshot that you provided shows vsrevogroup.NET - and when I navigate to either of these URLs: hxxp://vsrevogroup.net/revo_uninstaller_free_download.html hxxp://vsrevogroup.net/browser_cleaner_history_cleaner.html On my Linux box, I see the following: At the top of the pages - both of them. Could this be tripping up your MB4Fx addon? I've also got 1.0.46 installed, but as I said this is a Linux box, so that is the only thing that stands out on those pages - other than that I have no issues downloading the files or viewing any of the pages at either domain. @1PW - Are you seeing the message about the Adobe Flash plugin? If not, could this be a possible cause of the problem?
  5. Question: Does it work (reliably) in a new profile in Quantum? Best bet would be to try just MB for Fx, then add uBlock and test, then add MBAE DLL injection to the new profile (if it is not automatic to all profiles) and test again.... Finally, add Enpass. This way you're not reinstalling Firefox, nor are you messing around with the current profile with all of your settings - you're just trying in a brand new profile, which you can later discard.
  6. I'm not staff, nor have I ever made a single penny from Malwarebytes - I've just been involved with using (and Beta testing their products) for a very, very long time. Let me also assure you that Kevin did not mean to hose your computer in any way, manner, fashion, or form. He is a very well respected (volunteer) member of the MB forum community who has tons of experience working with users to get their machines fixed. I'm sure that he will be able to get you to a safe, working system soon enough. You can take Porthos' an Advanced Setup's word on that.
  7. Hi, MB for Fx is blocking hxxp://www.irfanview.info/files/iview453_x64.zip (URL altered even though I know it is not dangerous): Virustotal only shows Yandex as detecting anything wrong: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/941056da4f50df44eeef46ca875255bd3d09c3aaf1bdfffad5f65de0a515ff02/detection
  8. Hi, The MB addon for Firefox is blocking Zabkat, maker of Xplorer² File Manager and a few other utilities. Details: Windows 10 X64 Pro Insider Preview (Skip Ahead) Version 1903 (OS Build 18941.1001) Firefox Nightly ver 70.0a1 (2019-07-23) (64-bit) MB Browser Extension for Fx ver 1.0.44 When I tried to go to ZabKat site to check for an update and make another report elsewhere, I received this: moz-extension://1cd69040-a68e-421e-b311-c14bd0bda41b/redirects/blockedMalware.html?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.zabkat.com%2F&host=www.zabkat.com&type=malware&subtype=reputation If you need any more info, please let me know.
  9. Please note: This forum is titled General Chat because it is meant for just that - general chat. This forum is NOT where you need to post if you have concerns that you might be infected - there is a separate forum for that. Please read the following post, which @David H. Lipman posted above, in its entirety, and follow the instructions explicitly to get malware removal help. Again, Malware removal help is not performed outside of the Windows Malware Removal and Help forum, in which the above post is located.
  10. Yeah, if it is software, this should (hopefully) lead to a quick fix. If not, we'll be here.
  11. If you were able to try restoring the files in MB3, then that means you're able to make out at least some of the things on the screen, correct? My next suggestion would be to visit your GPU's website (or your computer manufacturer's website) to find the appropriate drivers for your GPU and the OS that you are running, and install those. If that does not solve the problem (and I suspect it will not) then you have to troubleshoot to see if it is, indeed, the GPU, or if it is possible your monitor, that is having issues. And if the drivers do not work, please let us know so a Moderator can move this topic to the General PC Help forum for further help.
  12. I've asked one of the resident Windows 10 Experts over at tenforums if it may be possible, using a conglomeration of 1 or more tutorials there, to grab the English 18329 Pro build and apply a language pack to it to get you to be able to install 18329 Pro PL-PL that you would basically make yourself. One other thought, though - you could still use the UUPDump site to download the previous build (18317) or any other build that *is* available for PL-PL at the Pro level and manually install from USB (which should have no problem being installed, IIRC), thereby fixing your MB3 protection until either M$ releases the Pro PL-PL build of 18329, or else releases a new build that has Pro PL-PL... Though that might also be an adventure in and of itself lol...
  13. Cool, I wasn't sure if it was the Beta or stable. Glad to know *both* are working much better with 18329 than they did with 18323. My desktop (the newest machine I have) is a original generation Core i7 965 EE based machine, whose BIOS was last Updated in 2011 as well. But I've upgraded just about every other component in it (same PSU since I built it in 2011, same case, and same KB - that's it lol). I'm still in the process of finishing up the clean install of 18329 on it, but I'm happy to know I can install either stable or Beta and have it working correctly.
  14. You can DL the files and make the .ISO yourself, and then mount the .ISO in Windows Explorer and run setup from there, performing essentially the exact same as the WU provided upgrade. See https://win10.guru/how-to-get-windows-insider-fast-ring-iso-for-latest-build/ for instructions, or you can PM me and I'll walk you through the steps. I've been using this site for a long time to make .ISOs and manually install upgrades instead of using WU because WU is, at best, unpredictable, and at worst, a complete nightmare. --- Clean installed, setting up drivers and apps, then making a Macrium backup and then will clean install the latest MB3 I have downloaded, and then see how it works.
  15. I will be clean installing Windows 18329 directly on my machine in the next several hours, and as soon as I get a direct link for the new 2831 build (MB 3.7.x) I'll clean install that as well onto that clean OS install and see how it goes.
  16. Others are also reporting the same. I'm clean installing 18329 tonight / tomorrow, we'll see how it goes.
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