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Salohcin115

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  1. They were URL detections. It is possible Malwarebytes consumer had been on the machine previously so that would make sense. Thank you. -Nick
  2. My coworkers and I are testing MBAE in an enterprise environment. We have been checking the console threat view regularly to see what has been found, so far not a lot. Today I added a new client to the console and noticed that the threat count shot up from about 6 to 77. When I looked it said it blocked a suspicious URL however the dates were all from 2013, a full 3 years ago. Can someone help me understand what is happening? Thanks. -Nick
  3. My coworkers and I are testing MBAE in an enterprise environment. We have been checking the console threat view regularly to see what has been found, so far not a lot. Today I added a new client to the console and noticed that the threat count shot up from about 6 to 77. When I looked it said it blocked a suspicious URL however the dates were all from 2013, a full 3 years ago. Can someone help me understand what is happening? Thanks. -Nick
  4. The administrator guide states that the default settings for Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit are set to a balance between protection and compatibility. Can someone help me understand what the implications of turning on Anti-HeapSpraying Enforcement and Bottom-up ASLR Enforcement are for more application types other than the defaults? Thank you. -N
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