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  1. Thanks. I know there was no pending windows update, I confirmed that much.
  2. Hm. Well, if malwarebytes wasn't wanting to reboot, that raises the question of what restarted my PC. Could have sworn the message was asking to reboot, too. If it happens again I'll grab a screenshot.
  3. Odd. Malwarebytes was the only thing that prompted to restart, and no other updates outside of Malwarebytes had been downloaded.
  4. After downloading CU 1.0.967, app version 4.1.2.73, malwarebytes began giving me the "reboot now" popup. I clicked "later" and went about my work. An hour later, my PC rebooted anyway, causing me to lose several house of work. If there was a second popup, it was hidden behind a fullscreen app and I never clicked the "restart" button regardless, so it should not do this. never, ever, ever reboot a users computer without their consent. It's bad enough Microsoft does this. To make matters worse, the reboot hung at the "restarting" screen and I had to pull the plug to shut it off.
  5. It seems like every two or three months Malwarebytes mistakes Pale Moon as ransomware, I report it here, it's fixed, and then it happens again a few months later. Downloaded from https://www.palemoon.org/unstable/. Exe attached. Again. And logs attached. palemoon.7z mbst-grab-results.zip
  6. Same issue here. Tried the support tool, tried reboots, just keeps downloading in a loop.
  7. I'm using the nightly build available from https://www.palemoon.org/unstable/ Exe attached.palemoon.7z
  8. OK, I found it in History. Why isn't there a link to the allow list anywhere in settings? Having to access it through detection history isn't very intuitive.
  9. I'm trying to add a few folders to Malwarebyte's exclusions (falsely detecting it as malware and stopping me from using it, I trust the application in question)...and I cannot figure out how. I've spent the past 10 minutes searching through the settings trying to find where to add files/folders to exclusions and I just cannot.
  10. This tool: https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/23316 Widely used in Skyrim modding for compressing and optimizing BSA archives. I've been using it for months. Starting today (a new version came out today), every time I run it Malwarebytes has detected it as ransomware. The exe is attached Cathedral_Assets_Optimizer.7z
  11. Dell Update WAS removed the third time I tried, but the Start Menu shortcuts were all still there for it. Then it came back when I rebooted.
  12. This happens to me too. Here are my logs. AdwCleaner[C01].txt AdwCleaner[C02].txt AdwCleaner[S01].txt AdwCleaner[S02].txt AdwCleaner_Debug.log
  13. Same issue as in 7.4.0 - it appears to get stuck trying to delete a registry key that doesn't exist. Logs and debug log attached. AdwCleaner[S00].txt AdwCleaner_Debug.log
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