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  1. It is safe to upgrade to the newest MBAE ver. 1.12.1.124. Chrome Canary still warns that it is a problem, but that's really Chrome's problem.
  2. Tried the new test beta, seems to work fine. Canary ver. 70.0.3501.2 is still listing MBAE 1.12.1.100 as incompatible software, but it is working now. I believe eventually Google Chrome has said that it will delete incompatible software. Canary is just an omen of what regular Chrome will become.
  3. After the most recent MBAE update Chrome, both versions on my computer, are unusable. I was not the only one having this problem. The only cure to get Chrome to work correctly is to uninstall MBAE. There is a thread on the problem in the Google product forums, here's a link to the thread: https://productforums.google.com/forum/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=footer#!msg/chrome/JSG8eD6Kb8A/0Bp6C0OmCgAJ
  4. Recently I have gotten a warning when using Chrome Canary that MBAE is an incompatible application. I am using the beta version of MBAE. Canary is an omen of what normal Chrome will become. So far my standard version of Chrome does not show the same warning, but eventually it will. I posted this problem on the Chromium Bug Log and was linked to this page: https://blog.chromium.org/2017/11/reducing-chrome-crashes-caused-by-third.html An excerpt from the page, "in September 2018, Chrome 69 will begin blocking third-party software from injecting into Chrome processes. If this blocking prevents Chrome from starting, Chrome will restart and allow the injection, but also show a warning that guides the user to remove the software. Finally, in January 2019, Chrome 72 will remove this accommodation and always block code injection." Which by my interpretation means that after Jan. 2019, MBAE will no longer work with Chrome. Am I wrong in assuming that paid Malwarebytes will have the same problem. Here's a couple of pics of the present warning in Canary.
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