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TonyVerdoon

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  1. The Browser Guard is blocking smile.amazon.co.uk Unless you know something that hasn't been widely announced, I don't think they're hosting malware. (The smile. is to enable a commission for charities, which everyone should be doing as it costs you nothing). Just a headsup. I've white-listed it and moved on with my life. Just thought it was funny.
  2. Not a complaint or a suggestion. Honestly not sure which section of the forum to put this. Five years ago I bought the Premium lifetime edition of MBAM. This weekend I built my first new PC in seven years and I was dreading the process of transferring the key. I've spent the day setting up password managers, about a dozen different game launchers and a host of my favourite utilities, but I left MBAM to last. Five minutes. Download, activate on new device, deactivate old device. No idea if anyone involved will ever read this but it's a great product and a painless transfer procedure.
  3. FWIW I woke up this morning, turned on the PC and quickly got this notification. Identical to OP, except for PC name. I quarantined it to be safe but I'm kinda dubious. I'm on version 5374. My main surprise was that my Windows PC has a root folder.
  4. For what it's worth, the last patch seems to have sorted this out for me. Still curious how to delete a custom protection setting.
  5. It's Office 365, patched up to date. Thanks for the link. I've read through that other thread and at least the dev team is being made aware it's a bug. Guess I'll chill until it's patched.
  6. I'm running Windows 10, patched from a long-standing Windows 7 installation. I have a lifetime sub to MBAM and heard I could update to 3.0 by doing an install over. Seemed to work okay, but ever since, the Anti Exploit program won't let me open any MS Office files, either using Excel and Word or even Libreoffice. This is with a wide variety of files. If I turn off Exploit protection then it works as expected. Being a curious monkey I went into Manage Protected Applications and I see that I can turn off protection on a per item basis, but I'm assuming that's not a good idea. Oh,
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