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  1. Blaze

    False Positive

    Thanks Gonzo, appreciate it!
  2. Blaze

    False Positive

    Good day, Appears Browser Guard (in this instance on Firefox) is having a False Positive on my blog: https://bartblaze.blogspot.com/ Image: Reference: https://twitter.com/malekal_morte/status/1224699245166583808/photo/1 Could you please whitelist it going forward? Thanks!
  3. Hi Ron, I agree on your points and find PUP to be utterly annoying as well, but I think you misunderstood what I meant. The change would be mainly for Malware Helpers, meaning that when they open a log file, they can easily differantiate between what is real malware and what is PUP or adware. Cheers!
  4. First of all, a big plus in increasing the detection of PUPs, awesome ! A small side-effect of this is that sometimes logs are being clogged with PUP detections, which makes it harder to differentiate from the real malware detections (read: not adware/PUP). Would it be a possibility to make an extra section in the logs which indicates PUP seperately? Cheers, B
  5. Now listening to an excellent 90s mix... (playlist):
  6. Indeed, or maybe even an Import/Export possibility of the ignore list as well! What do you think Samuel?
  7. When having several items in the ignore list, adding and removing them happens from time to time. However, when you (accidentally) click on Delete All, all exclusions get deleted immediately. I think an extra MsgBox would be beneficial. Example: Cheers!
  8. MD5: 59375510bde2ff0dba7a8197ad9f12bb Creates, modifies or queries Windows shell links (shortcuts). More information: http://www.optimumx.com/downloads.html#Shortcut Detected by on-access: Cheers shortcut.zip
  9. RAR, ZIP, 7z, CAB and MSI and Self extracting executable (SFX) files being supported are: 7z, ZIP, RAR and NSIS. At least according to: http://techdows.com/2013/04/download-malwarebytes-anti-malware-version-1-75.html
  10. Yeah, I was already in doubt about the file being legit or not ... Now I'm sure . Thanks !
  11. Possible FP on 2 files with the same MD5. C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\Identities\{22E201E5-F51D-485F-9089-FDD4DB0614A0}\LicenseValidator.exe (Trojan.Agent) C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\TeamViewer\{398BDA07-BCB2-4514-A057-FD1C217D517C}\UpgradeChecker.exe (Trojan.Agent) MD5: 9f76ce785aabe25064e9d702f360eff7
  12. I decided to post this in Tailwaggers and Jokes, but I guess it would fit in Security Alerts as well ;-) Enjoy !
  13. Proficiat. Happy birthday !
  14. Hi Eddy, As far as I know, that function is already in MBAM for quite some time. I would assume it would ease removal of malware which may be using Internet Explorer. (additonally preventing I/O errors)
  15. Hi abuaufa, You're welcome. I edited my post though because I found the template for exclusions. I suppose you've already set those exclusions ? If that and a reboot afterwards didn't help, let's await the reply from a moderator .
  16. Hi abuaufa, Have you set the necessary exclusions in both MBAM & Panda ?: Set Exclusions for Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware in Panda Global Protection 2012: Open Panda and click on Settings under the Protection section on the left hand side. Click on Settings under the Threats to detect and Exclude section. Click the Files tab and then click the Add button on this tab. In the browse window that opens navigate to C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware Note: On 64 bit Windows versions this will be C:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware Double-click on mbam.exe to add it to the exclusions. Do the same for each of the following: mbamgui.exe mbamservice.exe [*]Then navigate to C:\Windows\System32\drivers [*]Double-click on mbam.sys to add it to the exclusions. [*]Once that is complete, click on OK to close the exclusions window. [*]Now click the Firewall tab located on the left hand side. [*]Under the Rules section, click the Top settings button next to "You can specific which programs can access the." [*]A new window will open that has a list of the applications that have attempted to access the internet and how the program is allowing access. Malwarebytes should be on this list. If it is not, then you can add it by clicking the Add button. [*]Set the access to Allow Inbound and Outbound traffic and then click the OK button which will take you back to the Settings page. [*]Click on Apply at the bottom of the Settings window then click on OK [*]Close the Panda main window and restart your computer. Set Exclusions for Panda Global Protection 2012 in Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware: Open Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and click on the Ignore List tab Click the Add button on the lower left In the small browse window that opens, navigate to C:\Program Files and click once on Panda Security and click OK Note: For 64 bit Windows versions this will be C:\Program Files (x86) Close Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware
  17. Thanks everyone, I had a very active day yesterday. Cheers !
  18. Thanks sho-dan, mountaintree16 !
  19. Darn shame really. It's still pretty popular here in Europe luckily . Here's another classic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOyW8nB-0FY
  20. Blaze

    Saying Goodbye

    Hi C, Thank you for all your help and work. Take care and all the best !
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