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  1. When I try to access OneNote, I get the following error "something went wrong we can not do what you asked, try again error 0xE0000797". I keep trying but nothing. Has anyone experienced this problem?
  2. So all of a sudden Anti-Exploit is shutting down Word and Excel (2013) When i start typing. I can click things in office, but type something on the keyboard and I get Exploit Attempt Blocked! No other information, this did not happen a few hours ago and i am very certain nothing got installed to cause this. It appears to be a false detection to me. Any ideas?
  3. I keep getting this error and I have tried a multitude of options to clear it up. I have uninstalled & reinstalled Malware Bytes twice, cleared all the files, Ran CC Cleaner, reinstalled, reboots, the whole 9 yards. I came across this forum & saw another thread where it was suggested to download Farbar Recovery, which I did. I copied the logs per the instructions but it won't let me reply back to that post so here is another one. I have the logs but didn't want to post them yet. I ran the one for my system, (32 bit) so now I am at a stumbling block. Please help! Incidentally,
  4. My computer was infected with something malicious last week . I cannot open any of my Microsoft Word files . This means I've potentially lost everything! Any help from anybody out there would be most welcome! Many thanks
  5. . Free Window-Eyes reading software offered for Microsoft Office 2010 and 2013 users John Callaham Microsoft is offering a new way for visually impaired users of its Office software a better way to interact with its tools, thanks to a newly revealed agreement with GW Micro. The two companies announced today that the Window-Eyes screen reading software from GW Micro will now be offered for free for owners of Microsoft Office 2010 and 2013, along with paid subscribers to Office 365. Financial terms of this deal were not disclosed. The WindowEyesForOffice.com website has more details on
  6. So my dad has an old computer. It still runs Windows XP and the support for Windows XP is ending April 8th by Microsoft. I am wondering if Malwarebytes Pro will protect me from threats that come along. I ask this because since they will be ending support there will be new malware for Windows XP and Microsoft won't be making new updates for it. Or should he just buy a new computer? Thanks for the help!
  7. Hello, I've been having trouble trying to do an update from Windows Update... But it fails everytime. This has been happening for... possibly months and I've been ignoring it but I figured I should try and fix it... Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 SP1 on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008 x86 (KB2833941) Installation date: ‎4/‎10/‎2013 1:15 AM Installation status: Failed Error details: Code 643 Update type: Important A security issue has been identified in a Microsoft software product that could affect your system. You can help protect your system by installin
  8. Windows 7 64-bit with Microsoft Office 2007. I only tried Microsoft Word, so I am unsure on the other executable and personal files: When attempting to open (double-click) a word file (for example, from the Desktop), I get the message, "There was a problem sending the command to the program." Word will open, but the docx file I clicked on does not open. Stopping or exiting MAE resolves the issue. Also, opening Word, then loading my docx file within Word also resolves the issue, and this will work with MAE running. I have a Microsoft Problem Steps Recorder view of the issue upon request.
  9. Microsoft VS80-KB915364-X86-ENU.exe file has been markt as Trojan.Llac File to scan: VS80-KB915364-X86-ENU.exe - Visual Studio 2005 - Update to Support Web Application Projects File origin: downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=6071 Version of Malwarebytes : Anti-Malware 1.46 Version Malwarebytes database: 913022202 Infection detected Trojan.Llac Would you please either confirn or deny this reported scan result. Kind regards and many thanks in advance.
  10. I am not exactly sure where to put this since it could be a legitimate infection or a false positive. Microsoft security essentials active protection has been flagging chromeupdate.crx as a variant of the Medfos.B trojan. When I scan that file with SE, MalwareBytes, and ESET, nothing comes up, only in SE active protection. I have done a full system scan using all three AV's listed above, nothing. I have since uninstalled Microsoft SE and installed a trial of Nod32. Nod32 active protection does not flag this file as an issue, nor does a system scan come up with anything. Here is a list of suspc
  11. suggestion about a Anti-Virus ?
  12. This is going to be a mouthfull, so a million thank-you's before hand. I'm working on a shared computer my office. I come in after several days off to find that the computer has a fake antivirus program. I don't know who downloaded it or from where. I run Malwarebytes Antimalware and Superantispyware as my protection programs. I was unable to update due to the fake antivurus, so I restarted in safe mode and ran some scans there. I ran a scan for both Malwarebytes and Superantispyware and this is what I found (Note to readers: The logs say "No Action Taken" becuase I saved the logfile before I
  13. Hope this is the right place. So I am researching using Malwarebytes active protection feature for my firm and I am trying to drill into research that I am not finding easily. Here is what I have: Currently my company is using McAfee as anti-virus protection. McAfee also has its trojan, malware protection embedded into it, but its restrictions are out of control and too tight for our needs so it remains disabled. Obviously there is a gap there that we are trying to fill and I am trying to fill it with MEE and ForeFront Endpoint 2012. We are still piloting Endpoint Protection within our dep
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