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  1. Hi AyeAyeCaptain It had been listed because there was a version being pushed on download wrappers back ~ 6months which contained a backdoored driver component. We listed as potentially unwanted at the time because of this and the fact the distributing wrapper was force installing it. However on current review we are no longer seeing the bad version being pushed recently so will delist the detection of the software on the next update cycle today. Thanks for reporting this
  2. Hi JunkTony and welcome to the Malwarebytes support forums. GeekBuddy is a software also distributed by Comodo however your detections are confirmed false positives and will get fixed on the next update cycle today. Thank you for taking the time to report this.
  3. Hi jayman1000 The detection will be fixed on the next update cycle today and should no longer be detected.
  4. Great Maany thanks again for reporting and assisting in fixing this problem. I will now lock the topic as resolved
  5. Hi and thank you for the assist and your patience with this. That detection should be fixed with DB 2017.03.30.08 that just went live. I have just scanned through 4k+ in lines of code looking for any other potential faulting defs. Fingers crossed they are gone now but feeling totally boss-eyed none the less lol If you can update and recheck (and fingers crossed). Thanks in advance.
  6. Many thanks Perski. Yes it was a case of the blacklist( bad URL's) inserted into Prefs.js and we were not differentiating between what was is seen set by the Elex hijacker and what was set by the 3rd party sofware to block them. I have tweaked our defs to take this into account and the adjustments just went live with the last database update. Please can you update the Malwarebytes database and confirm whether the detection(s) still persist. Thanks in advance
  7. Hi Perski and welcome to the Malwarebytes support forums. I am unable to replicate your reported detection so please could you attach a Malwarebytes scan log where the detections are made to a reply. Thank in advance
  8. Hi all This false positive will now be fixed with the most recent database update > 1.0.1404 Again our sincerest apologies on this guys. * As this issue is confirmed to be resolved i will lock the thread now.
  9. Hi all This false positive will now be fixed with the most recent database update > 1.0.1404 for 3.x users & v2017.03.02.8 for 2.x Again our sincerest apologies on this guys. * As this issue is confirmed to be resolved i will lock the thread now.
  10. Hi all This false positive will now be fixed with the most recent database update > 1.0.1404 Again our sincerest apologies on this guys. * As this issue is confirmed to be resolved i will lock the thread now.
  11. Hi all This false positive will now be fixed with the most recent database update > 1.0.1404 Again our sincerest apologies on this guys. * As this issue is confirmed to be resolved i will lock the thread now.
  12. Hi all This false positive will now be fixed with the most recent database update > 1.0.1404 Again our sincerest apologies on this guys. * As this issue is confirmed to be resolved i will lock the thread now.
  13. Hi all This false positive will now be fixed with the most recent database update > 1.0.1404 Again our sincerest apologies on this guys. * As this issue is confirmed to be resolved i will lock the thread now.
  14. Hi guys, Our developement team are looking into this currently and we are trying to get to bottom of what is occuring currently. We apologize again for any undue alarm or inconvenience caused. Thanks again for your patience on this.
  15. Guys that are still experiencing the alert after updating to the current database. Please can you restart your computers to see if this stops the alerts.