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  1. royg, What might have happened in your case is that you ended up with a more recent version of Chrome after you re-installed, and that would definitely change the situation. Rapport is an integral art of the problem, and in the current version of Chrome ( 50.0.2661.75 m ) Rapport doesn't work.
  2. I agree with dcmargo54. Chrome has updated to version 50.0.2661.75 m and consequently Rapport has stopped working with Chrome. Which means that we will have to wait for a new version of Rapport to appear before we know whether or not the problem is fixed. One of the other variables changed just as MBAE 1195 appeared!
  3. Likewise, the problem returned. Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit.zip
  4. The 'protection' offered by Trusteer Endpoint Protection (Rapport) is not just a matter of exploit detection and prevention. If you have Rapport running, and your online banking is compromised, it is quite likely that you bank will look more favourably on your case if you insist that you did not disclose your credentials. If you have never installed Rapport, or worse, you have disabled or removed it, it is quick likely that your bank will use that fact to weasel their way out of any liability for your loss. It's not a technical matter, more a question of perception.
  5. So far I'm cautiously optimistic abut this "work around". No further MBAE-induced crashes of Chrome on either of my PCs. Rapport still works too!
  6. Chrome 49.0.2623.110 m, MBAE and Trusteer Endpoint Protection (A.K.A. Rapport) 3.5.1609.47 are still the best of friends on my Windows 10 (32-bit) system (a dual-boot iMac), 5 days after the problem manifested itself on Windows 8.1 (64-bit) and I removed MBAE. The 8.1 system is and was running the same versions of Chrome & Rapport, and MBAE until I purged it..
  7. When I uninstall a package, I tend to remove all the associated stuff the uninstaller leave lying around in hidden folders. I've often recovered multiple gigabytes that way. Sorry, but no logs to post! :-(
  8. I have two systems, which for a long time have both had MBAE and Rapport co-existing happily. One is Windows 8.1, the other Windows 10. On the 8.1 system MBAE started crashing Chrome in the middle of last week, and after locating this thread I uninstalled MBAE. On the 10 system there have been no crashes, and MBAE and Rapport are still getting along well. I think the solution is not as simple as removing one application and that's your cure; but even if I'm wrong, Rapport doesn't seem to be "guilty beyond reasonable doubt".
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