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Hello, I distribute a freeware application called AlbumEasy I have recently released V3.8 for Windows and am now receiving complaints that Malwarebytes is not allowing users to run this version of the application. Best I can tell this has not been an issue for prior versions, how do I get my application whitelisted? The latest release of the installation program AlbumEasySetupV3.8.0.exe can be downloaded here https://sourceforge.net/projects/albumeasy/files/ The information I have been given is that the installation program AlbumEasySetupV3.8.0.exe is not flagged but after installation when trying to run the actual application this is the message they get: Malware: machinelearning/Anomalous.100% Location: C:\Program Files (x86)\AlbumEasy\AlbumEasy.exe Any help would be appreciated, Thanks, Clive
Hello, just a quick question: Can I set different excludes per policy or per group? Background: I have 1 terminal-like computer setup with Windows 10 shell launcher to launch a custom application and nothing else. Malwarebytes reverts the registry settings of that custom shell. So I set an exclude for that key. As I understand it, excludes are set for the whole environment, which is not the best way imo. Have I missed the setting or is it not possible to have different excludes based on policy or group? If it is no implemented, is it at least planed and on the road map?