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About Hawaii_Beach

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  1. I don't really know what's going on, but at rare occasions malwarebytes will lock files I frequency access. For example when I develop applications, and QA them by frequently writing to disk, or any IO activity really. Upon trying to delete the file, the computer will say that I don't have sufficient permissions (administrator account, which I already am using). I've also tried using Unlocker without any success. Today when I tried updating Dell Display Manager the installer had failed saying that the main executable (ddm.exe) was 'locked' and it couldn't proceed. I downloaded Process Exp
  2. Reproduce Start VLC 2.2.4 Search for updates Download 2.2.6 via VLC Close to upgrade Version Malware: Component package: 1.0.103 Package version: 1.0.2012 Threat Malware.Exploit.Agent.Generic
  3. I am not a part of the staff of the website, have opened a ticket to the staff so they can remove the file you mentioned. How about this happening in the future? Maybe Malwarebytes should establish contact with the owners of Gamebanana so files with malware get deleted. Anyone can register and upload content, it's a content sharing website for games (and gamers) so this isn't the first time, and not the last time either.
  4. Guys, they this is getting old. Gamebanana.com
  5. You shouldn't even be using EAC, the developers have a kinda dark story behind them
  6. I don't know what the hell Intel Technology Access is but I haven't installed it - I know what I put on my computer, or do I - after all I'm running Windows 10... Now I don't know what the hell is going on. Somehow Malwarebytes causes my stuff to break, but without Malwarebytes I never get these weird bsods n stuff. We need some support from a guy knowing Intel software...
  7. Some more research and it seems like ndisrfl.sys is the ethernet card driver..?
  8. So the driver verifier caused my computer to throw DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION (bsod), never got to my desktop. A quick research and it points to ndisrfl.sys which is Intel(R) Technology Access Filter Driver ?!?! waah this stuff is so deep! Went and turned on safeboot and disabled the verifier, here's a full memory dump and one from the minidump folder: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-UGaCd9HSqgTm9fdFNqUTZWYVU/view?usp=sharing
  9. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-UGaCd9HSqgVndpeno4eWVlSmc/view?usp=sharing
  10. If you want to, I can give you a full memory dump (MEMORY.DMP) which should a lot more debugging info.
  11. https://www.dropbox.com/s/2g51bulpza9r062/111316-7109-01.dmp?dl=1
  12. Thanks a lot! Restarted > BSOD > Restarted again > Works! Yes, and ofc I'm running this as admin??
  13. So I installed the Malwarebytes 3 beta 3, today I uninstalled it (to move to the stable branch), installing the stable version it fails and is unable to unpack mbae64.sys in C:\Windows\System32\drivers. I went to the folder and tried to delete mbae64.sys and it didn't let me saying that it is used by another process? I uninstalled malwarebytes....
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