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BillS3

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  1. I followed the suggestion and deleted the Browser Guard app and reinstalled it. Seems to be working fine now. So I now have removed and reinstalled both the main MalwareBytes application and the Browser Guard app for Chrome, and reinstalled them. I don't seem to have any problems with either of them anymore. But MalwareBytes used to generally not find anything when it scanned, and now it usually finds a lot of PUPs in the Chrome folder. I'm not sure what that is about.
  2. My MalwareBytes Browser Guard for Chrome keeps crashing and thus getting disabled, and I have to manually re-enable it.
  3. Lately my MalwareBytes Premium keeps crashing. And when it does, that seems to mess up Google Chrome, although not other browsers.
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