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  1. I have never gotten any notification about blocking SUMo! So I don't know why SUMo doesn't work when Web protection is on... For me it's enough that the "Allow an application to connect to the internet" will let SUMo connect to the internet... Thanks for all you help! // Anders
  2. OK, here is the zip-file // Anders mbst-grab-results.zip
  3. I had not added the program to "Allow an application to connect to the internet"! When I did that everything works! Thanks Porthos
  4. I'm using Malwarebytes version 4.0.4.49 Home licensed. I also use the SUMo version 5.10.8.443 The check function in SUMo is somehow blocked by MBAM. If I disable Web Protection (and reboot the computer) then the check function i SUMo works. I have excluded the SUMo directory and the SUMo.exe program, but it doesn't help. There is no notification about what SUMo is doing, MBAM just block... I had this before but then it started working, either due to an update of SUMo or MBAM. But now it's not working anymore... Ideas on what could be wrong, how to troubleshoot... // Anders
  5. Thank you for your answer! I have now submitted a couple of files to Avira and have received a message that the files are clean. Don't know how long until an update that acknowledge this...
  6. This is a snippet from the file avguard.log 8/10/2018,2:51:03 [INFO] FP reports status 'NO False Positive' for file 'C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\749e82e89c3711e8bbf7f0761c1600be' 8/10/2018,2:51:03 [DETECTION] Suspicious file: The file contains an executable program that is disguised by a harmless file extension (HIDDENEXT/Worm.Gen)! C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\749e82e89c3711e8bbf7f0761c1600be [INFO] This detection is suspicious. Please send us this file immediately for further analysis. [INFO] The file will be copied to quarantine! 8/10/2018,2:51:04 [INFO] FP reports status 'NO False Positive' for file 'C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\749e82e89c3711e8bbf7f0761c1600be' 8/10/2018,2:51:04 [DETECTION] Suspicious file: The file contains an executable program that is disguised by a harmless file extension (HIDDENEXT/Worm.Gen)! C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\749e82e89c3711e8bbf7f0761c1600be [INFO] This detection is suspicious. Please send us this file immediately for further analysis. 8/10/2018,2:51:04 [INFO] FP reports status 'NO False Positive' for file 'C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\749e82e89c3711e8bbf7f0761c1600be' 8/10/2018,2:51:04 [DETECTION] Suspicious file: The file contains an executable program that is disguised by a harmless file extension (HIDDENEXT/Worm.Gen)! C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\749e82e89c3711e8bbf7f0761c1600be [INFO] This detection is suspicious. Please send us this file immediately for further analysis. I have not sent the file to Avira yet. I want to know if it's a file that belong to Malwarebytes or not before I do....
  7. I don't think that the files you listed and the files Avira complains about are the same! "My" files are located directly in the MBAMService directory and does not include any - in it's name. In the directory ScanResults I have simular files as you. Thank you for you input. // Anders
  8. I'm using Malwarebytes 3.5.1 premium. Starting last week my antivirus program, Avira, quarantines a file from C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\MBAMService. The file seems to be recreated, but sometimes it changes name. Here is a list of some of the names 749e82e89c3711e8bbf7f0761c1600be 68eec7cc9d0011e8adaff0761c1600be ec9941789dc911e88cebf0761c1600be a400d1329e9211e8bfaaf0761c1600be 6d7f119e9ecb11e89838f0761c1600be adda1b869f5b11e8a82af0761c1600be Is this a file that Malwarebytes creates and own or is it, as Avira suggest, a suspicious file? I have a copy of the file, but if it's suspicious I don't want to spread it around... // Anders
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