Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited


0 Neutral
  1. I just stepped out today on vacation. I will be back in the office on Wednesday. I will upload the requested info then. Thank you so much!
  2. Do you have the silent uninstall switches for unattended uninstall?
  3. What a shame, but understandable. This is the environment where this kind of theft is most destructive. I was excited to hear about Malwarebytes developing this program since you all have a high standard of performance and reliability. Please make sure to let us know when your product is available for purchase and roll out to corporate and Healthcare environments. Our patient data and privacy is of the utmost importance.
  4. I was not sure if you needed me to zip up the WKIX32.EXE or not. Here it is just in case. WKIX32.zip
  5. I just deployed MBAR across my domain after running it independently on a few machines. The independent machines ran just fine, no issues for a week or so, and I decided to deploy it through my RMM tool silently to all end user workstations. The deploy with the silent switches worked flawlessly. However I got a call this morning that one of my staff members had a detection this morning. Boy, I was feeling like the luckiest guy in the world with the timely install and detection catch, but I came to find out that it was detecting my Kixtart logon script executing from our AD sever (which in turn prevents the user from logging in since the script hangs and terminating the script logs the user off). I tried to go into exclusions and add the actual file in question but no dice... it would still detect it on logon. Oddly enough, it's only for this one user so far (out of 100 or so). Any ideas? I have two AD servers so I added the detection path to both servers to the exclusion list. I have since turned off protection for this one user. Screenshots attached.
Back to top
  • Create New...

Important Information

This site uses cookies - We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.