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  1. Yeah, I'm not upgrading to 2004 until things have settled down. 🙂 I'll see if the performance improvement survives a reboot.
  2. Okay, this is kind of strange. I turned off ransomware protection and Sourcetree sped up as expected. But when I turned ransomware protection back on, Sourcetree did not slow back down. Even when I exited the program and relaunched it, Sourcetree had fast performance.
  3. Source code for all my projects is in different folders under C:\Repos. I excluded C:\Repos.
  4. @David-B Doing git operations inside Visual Studio is slower with Malwarebytes running but the performance hit is not as severe as it is with Sourcetree. @Porthos Did that. No improvement.
  5. Can you please look at how Malwarebytes interacts with Sourcetree? https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ With Malwarebytes turned on, many of Sourcetree's operations are 5-6x slower. Just bringing up a local repo takes 6 seconds vs. <1 sec if Malwarebytes is off.
  6. Can we get a statement from Malwarebytes stating that it does not engage in these kinds of practices (both with the Home and Business products)? It would be helpful if I could point to something if my clients ask.
  7. -Website Data- Category: Phishing Domain: secure.counterpath.com IP Address: Port: 65058 Type: Outbound File: C:\Program Files (x86)\CounterPath\Bria\bria.exe
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