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shmu26

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  1. I am now running Kaspersky total security 2016, and I don't know if MBAE premium is compatible. But the free version is said to be fully compatible. How can I revert to the free version? Windows 10 Sandboxie
  2. Is there a way for both to work together without conflicts, for instance, by disabling the anti-exploit component of HMPA? Is that enough to eliminate conflicts between the two? the reason I would want to do this is because the anti-exploit component of HMPA is not compatible with Sandboxie. So if I want anti-exploit protection for a program running in Sandboxie, I need something like MBAE, which has a template to make it compatible. On the other hand, HMPA does certain things that MBAE does not. So I am wondering if there is a way to combine them both without conflicts?
  3. does MBAE protect it? Does this require special settings? They say on the SBIE forum to insert a certain template into SBIE If I don't do that, is there an increased risk of my log-in credentials leaking out, when the browser is sandboxed?
  4. okay, so is there a test file I can download, to see if the protection is still working with both softwares running?
  5. the AV suite has an anti-ransomware module. Is MBAR compatible with this module?
  6. should a shield be created for it, and if so, how? (the windows modern apps are not stored in C\program files)
  7. hey, I hit the right spot this time, with the arrows. I expanded the frame, and now I know why chrome didn't start up for me on saturday night...
  8. hey, I hit the right spot this time, with the arrows. I expanded the frame, and now I know why chrome didn't start up for me on saturday night...
  9. the mouse does not turn to arrows when I place the cursor where you said I am attaching screenshot
  10. the mouse does not turn to arrows when I place the cursor where you said I am attaching screenshot
  11. spamhunters, yes, I tried restart. It didn't help. I am attaching the requested zip files. Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware.rar Logs.rar
  12. cyberghost, I wish I could follow your advice, but the quarantine window is stubbornly refusing to show the entire path of the file in question. So I don't even know what file it is. I posted separately about that problem.
  13. yes, I tried that too. the rest of the path does not display, even though there is plenty of room for it to do so.
  14. I tried to restore a file from program files x86, but the restore failed.
  15. the quarantine window does not display the name of the file, and the second half of the location is cut off, so I can't see that either. Hovering with the mouse doesn't reveal the hidden part of the path. And right-click doesn't work . So how can I tell what has been quarantined, so I will know whether to restore it or not?
  16. +1 for the suggestion to change the icon and enable a notification when protection is off.
  17. forget about ABBYY. This morning, it quarantined chrome.exe!
  18. no, no, it was not quarantined. I meant that it was NOT flagged as a false positive. Sorry I wasn't clear. I was suggesting that a relatively uncommon program like this should perhaps have been quarantined, but in fact it wasn't.
  19. I ran this OCR program, which converts image files into text docs of various sorts. No false positive. I am not sure if that is good or bad. When I had Bitdefender 2016 installed, with ransomware protection enabled, ABBYY was flagged.
  20. does MBAE support it? are there any issues to be aware of?
  21. "You might want to go into your profile > edit my profile > notifications and check to be sure" did it. thanks!!
  22. yeah, that was it. I found it out from another post on this forum, which I had overlooked. I didn't know that I have to click on "follow this topic" to get notifications, so I didn't see your answer until now.
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