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  1. Well I'd guess as well that Kaspersky must have changed something on their end Anyways I reinstalled malwarebytes and for this little exercise I also added exclusions for everything malwarebytes related I could find in the application control. I never did so in any of the previous version of kaspersky including 2.0.14 1085d so I admittedly I can't with absolute certainty rule out that I didn't forget an entry but I am confident I didn't. Anyways afterwards I added the suggested dword and restarted. As far as I can tell it didn't change anything.
  2. Has someone tested by chance if it behaves in a similar manner with the new mbam 4.0 beta?
  3. Still at work so I can't actually test much but I had sever problems with firefox, chrome, thunderbird 68 and other apps. Patch d was working perfectly fine. I had to remove kaspersky just to get the system working decently again.
  4. Well i guess it was just a hiccup since I can't reproduce it anymore either but here is the report and the file anyways. mwb.txt Intel-CSME-Detection-2019Q1.rar
  5. Hello there, malwarebytes blocks the execution of this intel tool https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/28632/Intel-CSME-Detection-Tool?product=69368 via machine learning which I presume is a false positive.
  6. Hi there, since the issue is still occurring is there any update on what might cause the problem?
  7. There isn't much more to it than just saving a file with the extension of that file seemingly being irrelevant. I reproduced the crash saving random wallpapers from imgur as well as downloading random programs from www.heise.de or computerbase.de . It usually takes less than 10 attempts to reproduce, sometimes even just once can be enough and it only happens when the download already started. The context window where I choose the location appears and the freeze happens the moment I hit the button to save. The window becomes unresponsive and a *.tmp file remains, it usually takes a moment for the stopped working dialogue to show up. If there is a second browser window with say a stream or a video it remains working for a while longer but eventually crashes as well. Tried a couple things to solve the issue and deactivating exploit protection happened to be the first that worked.
  8. Just realized it happens with firefox as well.
  9. Sure I kinda had hoped to read it might be a known problem. mbst-grab-results (2).zip
  10. Hello, since yesterday chrome started crashing frequently when trying to save any type of file. First presumed chrome was having some problem here but it turned out that switching off the exploit protection fixed the issue. Anyone maybe experiencing similar issues and maybe found a better solution?
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