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Title says all, I've ran a full scan of Malwarebytes and it did not detect anything. I started noticing the problem today, a few weeks ago I noticed games that I was once getting 60fps dropped to 10-20 fps and fans were going at full speed and are extremely loud. I installed an external tool that shows CPU usage and I noticed when I opened task manager the the external tool showed CPU usage dropping down to 10% when it was at 80% usage. I believe I have a Bitcoin miner, is their anything I can do to find and delete it or is it just a hardware problem?
Using home premium on a legacy lifetime license running on a single windows 10 ver. 1903 desktop. MBAM worked fine with 3.8.3 but not on ver. 4.x idle time runs about 45 %. All browsers I use take minutes to power on instead of seconds with older MBAM version. Many programs crash. The MBAM program runs but freezes on the <update> screen and does not move past the word <update>. When I close the MBAM program, all the problems are gone. Idle time reads 98% etc. Thank you for any assistance.
I own many different macs for my whole family: - Macbook pro retina 2017 mid specs - Macbook 12" (2x) top specs - Macbook 13" 2015 top specs - Mabook pro retina 2018 top specs - etc. All of them run High Sierra 10.13.6. All of them run MWB 3.3.32 On all of them, the attached is a typical representation of CPU usage i get from "RTProtectionDaemon". ?As you can see, on a 9h 12m uptime, Malware Bytes was pegging the CPU at 94%!!!!!! ? This leads to: - slow macs regardless of CPU type, memory and ssd type. - a reduction in the lifespan of my components - a pissed off customer. I'd love to send the 'report' you asked in your FAQ but I can't find the button specified to generate it - I take your forum post refer to an older version of MWB? In any case, please help, or else it's back to a different Antimalware for me. Thank you.