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tsmith

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  1. Got a false positive this evening. Checked the file on VT and it shows clean. File and log.zip
  2. MB 4.30 claims it is Malware.AI.3468067484 Only 1 detection on VT (SecureAge APEX) from 5 years ago. Nothing else claims the file as risky. nsis-2.50-setup.rar
  3. Listed by MBAM as Malware.AI.1029223214. Tested on Jotti and VirusTotal with zero detections. -Software Information- Version: 4.1.2.73 Components Version: 1.0.972 Update Package Version: 1.0.26239 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 18362.900) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: System -Scan Summary- Scan Type: Threat Scan Scan Initiated By: Scheduler Result: Completed -Scan Options- Memory: Enabled Startup: Enabled Filesystem: Enabled Archives: Enabled Rootkits: Disabled Heuristics: Enabled PUP: Detect PUM: Detect File: 1 Malware.AI.1029223214, C:\WINDOWS\INSTALLER\78E8.MSI, No Action By User, 1000000, 0, 1.0.26239, AE3058576C8438F43D58B32E, dds, 00788257 78e8.rar
  4. I updated MBAM Pro from v1.75 to v2.01 today and was taken aback by the banner ads. Is there any way to turn them off? I like Malwarebytes, but the constantly-changing ads are something I really don't like. The new appearance will take some getting used to. It reminds me of the GUI styles used by trojan anti-malware, ironically, but I can live with it. Just get rid of the banners...
  5. The site is http://www.getforecastfox.com/ It's a legitimate site that is the home for Forecastfox. Not sure how it got on the "bad" list.
  6. I do fix computers, but they're not customers: they're my friends, family and co-workers. I fix them for free. I just like helping people get their computers working right.
  7. Thanks for the reply. As I said, I was just curious, but it would be nice to see something else take the #2 spot for memory usage. If I had a suggestion, it would be about something completely different: I like to carry MBAM around on a thumb drive for fixing up infected computers. The problem is, there's no easy way to keep the latest detection database on the drive. Even with the latest version of MBAM, the database is usually quite out of date. I've been getting around that problem by copying it from a working (and updated) computer, but it would be nice to simply download the latest version (or a reasonably late version). Quite often, I must use MBAM on a computer without web access (either due to malware or because someone brought their PC to work for me to look at -- can't connect to the company network, of course). After getting a computer cleaned up, I always recommend that the owner get the pro version of MBAM to help keep the PC clean, so having a recent version of the database would make my life easier and would provide a more impressive demonstration of MBAM's abilities. Just a suggestion.
  8. I've been a happy MBAM user for years, recommending it to many and purchasing multiple licenses for the family. I am quite happy with the performance of the software, but I have one question: why such high memory usage? On my current machine, running Windows 7 x64, mbamservice.exe is using 102mb of memory. This isn't an issue on my current machine, since I have 8gb of available memory. But mbamservice is the second-highest user of memory on the PC. Only svchost uses more (about twice as much). In comparison, Explorer uses 54mb, SearchIndexer only uses 51mb, my Antivirus uses 13mb, and Acronis TrueImageMonitor uses 10mb. Again, no issues here, but just curious about it.
  9. Scanned by Jotti and apparently clean. Log and files attached. FP_Log.txt FP.zip
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