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About ingber

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    ASA: Adaptive Simulated Annealing, Optimization, Importance Sampling, Nonlinear Systems, Stochastic Systems.
    COMBAT: Statistical Mechanical Analyses of Combat and Simulations.

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  1. I am as pissed as anyone about this happening. I had thought our phones were hacked and I immediately followed the MB suggestions to delete apps! However, I do not agree with the "remedy" offered. "Sacking" someone will not be as effective as having this learning experience deeply imbedded in the minds of all involved. For now I have turned off all "Protection" from MB on our Androids and on our PCs, relying on other vendors for this extremely important protection.
  2. It seems yesterday (I did not get any notification?) the file c:\texlive\2020\bin\win32\tlmgr.bat was falsely quarantined. c:\texlive\2020\bin\win32\tlmgr.bat was (I believe) falsely flagged as ransomware. I attach the exported text report and the gzip'd file. A Bitdefender scan showed no problems with this file. A Malwarebytes scan just now also showed no problems; why wasn't the file automatically restored if MB made an error that was corrected the next day? mbam.txt tlmgr.bat.gz
  3. I would think that at least you have the email addresses of the paid Android subscribers? If so, why didn't you send them emails immediately on learning of this SNAFU!!!
  4. It seems there has been no MB progress on this integration since my own MB-BD posting:
  5. I appreciate the information, and would like to be notified when I can install Bitdefender again. Thanks. Lester
  6. I think (not sure) that the logs I sent should reflect that (a) I downloaded Bitdefender via Chrome browser. However, I then closed all apps including browsers for the install. The BSOD comes on when rebooting, even before opening any browser. So, why should anything to do with the browser affect the BSOD?
  7. I don't see the relevance to this ticket? Yes, we have this installed.
  8. It's been awhile (9 days) since I gathered and submitted all the logs and dump files you requested. Is there any info on your analysis of this information? Lester
  9. I see I can simply go to the link just above to attach these files, at "NOTE: If I am directly helping you on a topic and I've not replied within 24 hours please send me a Private Message with a link to your topic."
  10. The files are about 9GB + 8GB -- too large for wetransfer.
  11. It's been awhile since I uploaded logs. If I use WeTransfer, to I post the link here? If I send by email (I'm sending logs from 2 PCs), it might be under 25 GB, so GMail is OK. Where do I send this? The email I got from you is noreply@... ?
  12. We have two Thinkpad X1 Carbon Touch Gen 1 PCs running Win 10 Pro x64. Everything is updated daily. We also are running MB (Premium, not registered in Windows) and Windows Defender (WD) Installation of the latest Bitdefender Total Security 2018 (BF), part of a trial from our Netgear router, failed miserably on both PCs. I followed all instructions in the install and its Update, but getting several BSODs on both PCs -- which I have not seen in years. I finally got all this uninstalled on the PCs. I didn't get a chance to enter any Exclusions in BF or MB or WD. I think I was just "
  13. On our Thinkpad Windows (10 Pro x64) PCs, Defender Exclusions contain (see attached) C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes\Anti-Malware\assistant.exe Should this be removed, or does MB "take care of its own"?
  14. Yep. We have nightly backups and always install MB and uBlock Origin.
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