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I run apache web server and mysql database on my windows 10 pc for building websites. I brought malwarebytes a few years ago and used it for a while and there was no problem. A few days ago a user had malware on their computer and malwarebytes solved the problem, windows defender couldn't see anything wrong. So I installed malwarebytes on my pc and suddenly my web server became ridiculously slow. I did timings and found that the connection to the database was taking a few seconds. I Uninstalled malwarebytes and the web server was fast again. The company is asking me for a recommendation for which anti-virus we should standardize on. I was going to recommend malwarebytes but this sort of thing should not happen.
Running MWB on server that runs Apache 2.4 . It quarentined the httpd.exe program on me say it was a ransom agent. Is this likely just a false positive? Or did Malware Bytes actually find a bad httpd.exe file? How can I tell?
Here's probably a false positive on the latest Beta 6: What I was doing: Running XAMPP7 and updated plugins on a localhost install of Wordpress (latest 4.4.2), when Anti-Ransomware detected ransomware activity (see attached screen dump). This was when I fired the autoupdate on the Duplicator plugin from within the Wordpress Admin Dashboard. I have been running the Ransomware betas for some weeks now, and I'm certain I have done this before, on previous betas - updating plugins in localhost Wordpress, without Ransomware beeing triggered. Geir httpd.zip Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware.zip