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  1. thanks for not telling me that there was in a breach on year " November 2014 " , wow , nice job........ please remove me from the forum
  2. Malwarebytes Anti-exploit free, does not have a "check for new version" or update. how would i know or how do i check to see if there is a update to it or new version ? or does it update it self ?
  3. --------- ok, they said it was a false positive, i have no more worries here is the link to the post i made in the FP part of the forum, all is good. http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=79864 i say this topic is closed. --------
  4. ------------- thanks you , glad to know it was a false positive, i have restored the file, waited a while and did a scan of the restored file again and whole PC, all is good now. i say this topic is closed
  5. i just updated the deff's and did a scan of the file and whole PC, says no infection either way. , the scan looks good , as far as the scan goes. so i guess the answer is No thats why i uploaded the file in the FB part of the forum to make sure, i'm just making sure is all. nothing wrong with that is there ?.
  6. yesterday malwarebytes found a file " userinit.exe " , and like this other guy yesterday . his link/post , http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=79549 his found it to be a trojan.agent (userinit.exe) i looked at the file, it said to be a microsoft file and such. but almost like this guy, i went ahead and quarantine it, lol, well today i found his post, listed above and you told him it was a false. so i am going to upload my file " userinit.exe " (which i had to restore the file to its original location in order to send it to you ) too you and ask the same thing. is this file a fa
  7. ---------------------- ok, its 1:48pm 3-30-11 my time. i feel like i'm wasting your time here, i was surfing around this forum some and came across this post made by a user yesterday(same as me) he too had the same finding during his scan, and it turned out to be a fulse positive. http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=79549 so this is what i'm going to do , i'm going to the FP part of this forum and upload the file , so that the owners of Malwarevytes can further investigate and hoefully get back to me. --------------------- if they say its a fulse, then i would say that this pos
  8. i'm giving you two scan logs. the 1st log is what it found and removed thay log was done on 3-29-11. and the 2nd log is the scan i did, the quick scan that you told me to do, i did that 2nd scan today on 3-30-11, the second scan found no more infections after it put that yesterdays item in quarantine, its still in quarantine now. -------- ok here is yesterdays scan(full scan). Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.50.1.1100 www.malwarebytes.org Database version: 6204 Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3 Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702 3/29/2011 3:48:08 PM- mbam-log-2011-03-29 (15-48-08).txt Scan type: Fu
  9. 3-29-11) ok , here are some pc spects. windows XP home sp3. dell dimension 2400 2 gigs of ram 60 gig hard drive. ----------- i use avast free(the newest up to date) malwarebytes antimaleware(your program)free version. superAntispyware free version. ----------- today i scanned my pc with avast, malwarebytes, superAntispyware. avast found nothing, superAntispyware found nothing. but Malwarebytes found a trojan.agent on my system, so i think, i know fulse positives happen and i actually ran into a few in the way past. it said that the " userinit.exe " was a trojan.agent. i checked it out , it did
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