No need for your forum white knight policing. The logic is that the more activity and more topics they see advising there's an issue may spur a faster response. It seems to be specifically the malwarebytes service that loads into memory, even uninstalling causes system resources to spike. I noticed that the mbam service was running even during an uninstall. If you use task manager to kill that, it normalized and allowed the uninstall to continue.
MBAM is using super high cpu and memory resources, I cannot get the web protection to stay on. I am running Windows 10 insider 180119 so expect to come across issues. However, judging by how many others are having issues appears to be a big issue and not isolated.