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As many have found, when installing Malwarebytes on a Mac running High Sierra, I could not install system extensions that enable Real-Time Protection. I do understand it’s not a bug, it’s a feature on Apple’s part. After multiple searches here and elsewhere on the Interweb, no fixes worked for me. No matter how many times I tried to “Allow” in the Security System Preferences nothing would happen. Finally it dawned on me to try “allowing” in Safe Mode. Lo-and-behold, everything is loaded and I have Real-Time Protection switched on. So for the simple home user who is just trying to get a li
Dear Forum members. I installed the Swagbucks extension into Chrome. It is a nuisance, and I'd like to get rid of it. I saw some tips on YouTube, which didn't help. Can't really find an answer using Google. So I'm turning to my trusted source of information ... this forum. I know you have all the answers ... right? KPP
I have scanned PC with AdwCleaner and it finds two identical extensions or somethings maybe having to do with web browser? (Under: Value= Extension) then - Data: followed by a 33 letter gobble de gook -(starts like this: hhbgpoak... ) which also says something about secure preference. After it completes scan, it presents this info and I choose "remove". I go through restart, rescan and they are still there. I have Malwarebytes 22.214.171.1243 / 2016 11 22 9 also, which does not find this stuff? Probably just stuck with whatever it is. Any info would be appreciated. My other scans sometimes find
Lenovo R-500 laptop 8GB 64-bit Windows 7 Pro SP1 Seamonkey 2.39 (x86) browser Anti-Ransomware 0.9.5.304 I was updating my browser's extensions through the Add-On Manager when my browser was quarantined. Restoring function and excluding Seamonkey.exe in Anti-Ransomware was easy and uneventful so far. logs.zipMalwarebytes Anti-Ransomware.zipseamonkey.zip