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I am also having this exact same issue. Has there been a resolve on this? This is also a on multiple machines, one of which is also a new machine. both windows 10 home edition machines and installs of 3.0.6 MBAM.
The upgrade to Malwarebytes 184.108.40.2069 introduced a bug not present in 2.x, which I labelled "Custom scan". When you create a "Custom Scan" in "Settings" / "Scan Schedule", "Operation Type" = "Custom Scan", "Schedule Frequency" = "Weekly", "Recurrence" = "1 week", and click "Customize Scan", put checkmarks in "Scan Memory Objects", "Scan Startup and Registry Settings", "Scan within archives", and "Scan for Rootkits", then select one or more drives (e.g., put checkmarks on drive "C:" and "D:"), and click "OK" and "OK" to save the settings; the program promptly forgets the selected drives. You
Fairly certain my computer's playing host to the autorun.inf malware. Should've known better than to bring random flash drives I'd used on university computers anywhere near mine, but well, you live and learn. It even got to my Kindle and disappeared everything on it, but I managed to get my books to show and remove the malware from the device. The blasted thing, however, is still hiding somewhere in my computer, so whatever I plug into it comes away from it with the files turned invisible and yet another autorun.inf file popping into existence. I want it gone from my computer for good, so I'l