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  1. I'm still having this issue. it's only a problem when trying to use Kaseya to migration these endpoints.
  2. I'm trying to migrate endpoints to OneView using Kaseya. I've tried using Executeshellcommand and also running from a batch file to no avail. The result is the same when trying to run the command: “C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes Endpoint Agent\MBCloudEA.exe” -accounttoken <tokenID> Kaseya gives me: log4net:ERROR Failed to find configuration section 'log4net' in the application's .config file. Check your .config file for the <log4net> and <configSections> elements Log4NetConfigurationSectionHandler,log4net" /> This is not a Kaseya error. Can anyo
  3. I've had no reports of BSOD since I turned off the scheduled hyper and threat scan. I will leave it without for a week before I schedule these scans again.
  4. Hi, I have a PC running Norton Internet Security and Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection Cloud. When MB is install the PC will BSOD. When I remove it and leave it off there is no problem with the PC. I have an existing case open with support already but wouldnt mind input of others. I have reinstalled the PC (Windows 10 64 bit) and the PC still BSOD. I have put exclusions in for both MB and Norton to no avail. At first I thought it was my scheduled scans causing the BSOD but I've ran both a threat scan and hyper scan and they go fine. 011019-28392-01.dmp
  5. Thanks. i've tested the site on my PC running MBEP and it blocks it. It was also MBEP that picked up the submitted file. However, I was curious to see what this file actually did when executed as this file has been on the customer PC for weeks before I installed MBEP.
  6. Hi Guys, we've had a breach one a computer via RDP brute force they were able to get on. They downloaded this file from http://gear3.com Could you check it for me? Open it in a sandbox see what it does? Thanks, Protected.zip
  7. We use Endpoint Protection cloud and a few of our servers have had the same file detected and quarantined as a trojan. I need to know if this is a false positive. autochk.zip
  8. @BenCunn Dyllon told me yesterday that stopping the services via CMD whilst the problem is happening will not work. See his email:
  9. Got another PC from another site doing similar thing. Tried the commands to find that the protection -stop command hung and didnt do anything. had to reboot the PC 3 times.
  10. I have also partially replicated the problem on my own computer. If I go to task manager and kill MBAMService.exe, the symptoms are exactly what is happening. minus the immediate lock up. This does not happen if I I stop it via CMD or services. Do you think it could be an issue with this process starting up? @BenCunn I'm running ESET instead of Symantec now so it's not the same test. Could you enable protection on one of the PCs and change the startup delay from the console to say 90 seconds?
  11. @Bencunn I will keep you updated. The last thing Dyllon said to me was this:
  12. I spoke too soon. one of the affected PCs has again become unusable. Programs are not opening, explorer is crashing. Windows Defender is off. MSE is not installed. I need this resolving otherwise i'm removing it.
  13. UPDATE: It is now 4 days without incident. Fingers crossed that this no longer occurs since doing recent changes.
  14. For reference of the thread, I have changed MBAM Protection startup to delay by 30 seconds and i've updated MAE to version 1.09.2.1398. I have also enabled MBAM protection on the 4 computers so all machines on the network are running the same policy of MBAM.
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