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MBAM 3.5.1 Premium for Windows 7 on a 32-bit Dell laptop worked fine. Tried to install MBAM 3.6.1 days ago first without clean install and BSOD upon reboot. Did a clean install today using the MBAM Support Tool and after rebooting and almost at the end of the reinstalling, a blue screen of death again. I have attached logs. I also have the MEMORY.DMP file zipped, but its 139 MB, so if you need, please let know how to send. I also ran a full drive security scan with MBAM v3.5.1 just prior to the 3.6.1 clean install and no malware found. Other security software on this machine Zone Alarm Firewall and Anti-Virus Pro v15.3.060.17669 and SpyShelter Premium v11.2, both latest versions. I have reverted back to MBAM v3.5.1 until this issue is resolved. mbst-grab-results.zip mbst-clean-results.txt
For about a month, I have been getting messages that Malwarebytes web protection is turned off. When I try to turn it on, it will not turn on. The computer has to be restarted. I have also been getting Blue Screens of Death. I have scanned the computer with Malwarebytes, AdwCleaner, Kaspersky, Windows Defender, and Sophos. Of these, only Sophos detected anything at all; a PUP called Softonic. First, Malwarebytes is, according to Malwarebytes, supposed to detect Softonic. So it's really disturbing to find that it isn't. Second, any suggestions as to what to do? Thanks.
I saw a couple other people mention this a few threads ago in response to the azurewebsites,com situation. I ran AdwareCleaner on my laptop (new Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Starlord) and when it was finished scanning, it said there were 6 items detected (yet only 3 on the list below that notification, and so, like any normal person, I clicked to remove them. This prompted a "do you want to exit out of your things" message, so I agreed, and BAM! Blue Screen of : ( popped up on my screen. Restarted the computer, and the items were still not removed after a second scan. How am I to remove these pesky adware things (If they are not false positives?)