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About ingber

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  • Birthday 03/26/1941

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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. Hi. How does it determine these types of files that it does not target/scan -- by their (stated) suffixes?
  2. OK. Thanks. I'd guess this won't be answered, given my previous experiences. However, if enough people point out a problem, e.g., with some popular software like gcc, then I think it's a good change that the MB database will be updated.
  3. OK, I can restore this file, but why was it flagged at all? From the report, it looks fine?
  4. This was flagged and quarantined by MB? I'm in Detection History, but I do not see how to recover this file? Where is the recovery item?? The report from what appears to be the download button is: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 12/20/20 Protection Event Time: 6:24 AM Log File: 22d18dfc-42cf-11eb-8c84-3c18a0561f85.json -Software Information- Version: 4.3.0.98 Components Version: 1.0.1130 Update Package Version: 1.0.34541 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 19041.685) CPU: x64
  5. Yes, that worked on both PCs. I'm now waiting for Support to verify that both new Keys & IDs are Lifetime licenses; only one license showed that.
  6. I did have some strange Keys in my account. Are these to be used instead of the original keys? However, when I entered the "old" keys, I was told that those licenses already were entered, so that would not make sense?
  7. It's been close to six years that I've changed PCs, and this could explain some of this problem. Lester
  8. same as the title: two new PCs, deactivated Life licenses, cannot register on new PCs
  9. 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.
  10. 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
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