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  1. Thank you for the extremely quick response. I have done the update to 1.0.867 and the file is no longer flagged. Hugh
  2. Today Malwarebytes 4.1.0.56 Component package 1.0.835 flagged file frstenglish.exe as Malware.Generic.4084116396. This file came from you when I downloaded the Malwarebytes Support Tool to get the logs for the slow DNS problem. This file was not flagged yesterday or the day before. Why are you flagging your own file? Hugh
  3. I decided to run a simple test program. It issues a PING command once a minute and times how long it takes for the output to complete. This is displayed in a Command window. The output is "date" "time" and the "number of seconds for PING to complete". I am running Malwarebytes 4.1.0 and it is setup to run a Scan once a day at 11:30 am. I ran my test program for three days without the problem occurring. Today the problem (slow DNS) occurred between 11:30 and 11:31. See the attached screenshot. Quitting Malwarebytes did not fix the problem. I looked in the Task Manager and found Malwarebytes Service was still showing in the Processes window, MBAMService.exe still showed in the Details window and MBAMService showed Stopping in the Services window.
  4. Here are the files. The problem was not occurring at the time. mbst-grab-results.zip
  5. I have been having this same problem for over a month now. I have had several occurrences of the slow DNS and one occurrence of the boot to black screen. This happens under 4.0.9 and 4.1.0. The slow DNS affects PING commands, web browsers, the password prompt from Thunderbird, etc. Strangely it does NOT affect Microsoft Edge. Edge runs at full speed when Firefox and Google Chrome are being delayed by slow DNS. Microsoft Edge 44.18362.449.0, Microsoft EdgeHTML 18.18363. A reboot usually fixes the problem. Some days it doesn't happen, other days it happens more than once. I shutdown my PC every night.
  6. Since adding the exclusion I have not had any repetition of the problem. Thank you for the support.
  7. Here is the zipped file. I have added an exclusion to Malwarebytes. java.zip
  8. The file being pointed to, C:\Program Files\Android\Android Studio\jre\bin\java.exe, is an exe file and this system does not allow me to attach them.
  9. I was using Android Studio on a Windows 10 PC to create a Wearos watch face. I would update the code, run it in an emulator, change the code, run it again, etc. After about 10 updates Malwarebytes told me it had blocked ransomwear. Android Studio then gave me an error saying the gradle daemon had been stopped. I could not compile any more programs until I had rebooted. This has happened twice so far. It never happened with previous versions of Android Studio. Malwarebytes_ransomwear.txt
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