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  1. Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 5/8/20 Protection Event Time: 2:43 PM Log File: e5f3e6e8-9174-11ea-b8d9-0c9d9211b9c4.json -Software Information- Version: 4.1.0.56 Components Version: 1.0.896 Update Package Version: 1.0.23626 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 19041.208) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: System -Blocked Website Details- Malicious Website: 1 , C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe, Blocked, -1, -1, 0.0.0 -Website Data- Category: RiskWare Domain: monkeysa
  2. Is it possible to move one subscription from one account to another? I have inadvertently purchased a seat in my work account instead of my personal account and would like to move it over to avoid any issues in the future. I manage both accounts. Thanks!
  3. I have a couple folders with some networking tools that get flagged as suspicious, so I have always added them to the exclusion list and everything has worked fine for years until I booted up tonight. I verified that the exclusions for the folders were still in place and then went to the Quarantine section and tried to restore the file which requires a reboot and the file will restore after reboot but is then added right back to the Quarantine section. After reading about MB 3.4 coming out I made sure to upgrade to the latest build and I am still having this issue. Thx. mb-check-results.zip
  4. Any news on this? I tried asking for a copy of 1.09 in another post to test with but did not get a response.
  5. Anyone have a link to download a 1.09 version of Anti-Exploit? I need to test against it to see if something has been fixed in MBAM. Thanks. (See Related post)
  6. Uninstalled MB3, installed MBAE. MBAE ran fine with no issues in multiple scenarios of shutting down and rebooting. Uninstalled MBAE, reinstalled MB3 3.3.2.2029 and started getting previously mentioned errors at shutdown and reboot with GsyncIt running.
  7. Do you have a link to the latest version of anti-exploit, I've got some time this morning to test this. TIA.
  8. Sorry for the late reply, but this seems to work for me as well running 3.2.2.2018/1.0.188/1.0.2788.
  9. So I have seen the error shutting down several times now, but it's not a frequent. Maybe 3 times out of 20 shutdowns? Of course it's right as I am leaving so I haven't really looked into it too much yet, just figured I'd report it real quick.
  10. So I think the 3.2.2 update is working. - I installed 3.2.2, shut down with Outlook and the GSyncit tray app running without the message coming up. - I started the system up, started Outlook and manually started a sync and then shutdown and the message popped back up. I closed the message and then Windows started an update and shutdown. - I started the system back up and then tried multiple combinations (about 8) of shutdowns and reboots with and without full Outlook running, with GSyncit manually syncing and not syncing when i shutdown/rebooted. With the GSyncIt loading the out
  11. Only happens at shutdown. I can close Outlook and the Tray app without issue. I have exited outlook and the tray app before shutting down the PC and the message still shows up. I have not checked to see what services it maybe running and tried to stop them before shutdown yet to see if it still happens. I'll try to remember to do that and report back. Super swamped right now so might be a few days.
  12. - Happens every time when shutting down the computer. - I have 3 IMAP Gmail accounts currently setup in outlook. - I have attached screen shots of my settings. - I tried adding the Fieldston folder to my ignore list but that didn't help. - Has been happening on 12 other similarly setup systems for about a month now. - One thing that might be unique is I have some of my calendar & contact folders nested. - Another unique thing I have done is use mfcmapi.exe to remove the (This Computer Only) from folders where you can't remove them from within Outlook, but all this has been work
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