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  1. Hello @AdvancedSetup I cleaned my disk yesterday that may remove some of the files I am not sure, but I found the files for the last four times before disabling the Web Protection component in Malwarebytes you can find it in the attachments Thank you minidump.zip
  2. This the third time I am writing this reply the BSOD interpreted me twice It happened twice while the the Web attack prevention is disabled. It happened also twice after adding the exclusions both ways. I still think docker desktop may caused the problem because it started right after installing it 🤔 or maybe it's just a coincidence. Thank you so much both @exile360 and @Porthos , for now I stopped the Web Protection component in Malwarebytes, because I am working on an impotent project for the next couple of weeks, by then hopefully the issue will be resolved.
  3. unfortunately it just happened again Maybe I have to disable one of the options in screenshots, any suggestion on which I should disable?
  4. Thank you so much for the quick reply. I had Bitdefender and Malwarebytes working together for more than 6 months without any problem. I updated Malwarebytes as you suggested, and if it happened again I will take a look at Bitdefender's settings.
  5. Hi, in the past couple of days I had the BSOF several times caused by "mwac.sys" (I just had one while writing this topic and after running mb-support tool). Now I closed malwarebytes so I can actually use my laptop. I think docker may started this problem because it started after installing docker desktop. I have attached the logs files. mbst-grab-results.zip
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