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  1. who do I talk to about application that is triggering false positives for Anit-Exploit? They are having to disable Malwarebytes Anit-Exploit to run our plug-in. Do not want them to have to do that. Does not look good for our application or Malwarebytes. Should I call instead?
  2. Please, check the url: hxxp://drogapato.com.br and hxxp://www.drogapato.com.br as it has been reported as potencially malicious website. I checked the site and it has only a jpg file, a index.php (that I created myself) and a google verification html file. Thanks in advance Yours Faithfully Celso Jr HAL XXI Inc.
  3. Exclusion does not seem to work currently. BTW: It is also very annoying that it is not possible to restore the false detected executable after adding it to exclusion list without rebooting. logs.zip Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware.zip
  4. Hi, since a while a file included in the XEMACS (21.4.22) windows installation is reported as Trojan.Agent.UKED. VirusTotal gives only malwarebytes as hit: SHA256: c7f2626e7fc7f51e5cc44e67bb739f52a1f764cb4f7fb4cef63891da46512fd7 Dateiname: winclient.exe Erkennungsrate: 1 / 54 Analyse-Datum: 2015-11-17 09:51:13 UTC ( vor 2 Monate ) Antivirus Ergebnis Aktualisierung Malwarebytes Trojan.Agent.UKED 20151117 all others: none... Logfile and winclient.exe attached. greets winclient.zip
  5. A MBAM Premium v. (malware database v2015.03.15.03) full system Custom Scan detected a zipped file named ProgDataMgmt_PASW18_examples.zip today as Trojan.Zbot malware that I believe is a false positive. This file was downloaded from http://www.spss.com/sites/dm-book/ (now http://www-01.ibm.com/software/analytics/spss/) in 2009 and contains sample data for a SPSS statistical software training tutorial. My previous MBAM full system Custom Scan on 23-Feb-2015 with malware database v2015.02.23.04 did not flag ProgDataMgmt_PASW18_examples.zip as malware. A VirusTotal scan today shows the SHA256 hash 8bf632c66bf2edbc02b480b7131dd83a4795f508e5d378b7b833a598ca0736c6 for this file has a 1/57 detection ratio (see analysis <here>) and MBAM is the only AV engine to flag this file as malware. ProgDataMgmt_PASW18_examples.zip MBAM Log FP Trojan_ZBot 15 Mar 2015.txt ------------- 32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox 36.0.1 * NIS 2014 v. * MBAM Premium 2.0.4 HP Pavilion dv6835ca, Intel Core2Duo T5550 @ 1.83 GHz, 3 GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS
  6. New to the forum. I have just been bombarded with threat warnings by Malwarebytes (v2.0.2.102) regarding Trojan.Crypt.ED, all associated with Netgear Genie (I have a DG2200v3). The detected files have been quarantined. Now I notice that the program Netgear Genie is no longer running and will not restart. In the 'False Positives' sub-forum there are threads about this file - can someone please confirm that there actually is no threat. If this is the case, do I just 'un-quarantine' the files in order to reactivate the Genie program?
  7. Hello, I am the developer of OnAir Player (www.onairplayer.com) and realized your software is falsely detecting the OnAir Player Windows client to be malware. Could you please add it to a whitelist so our users are no longer falsely bugged with this? Thanks! Daniel You can find OnAir Player here: www.onairplayer.com/downloads direct Windows Download link: http://goo.gl/3sAAE
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