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  1. I was (am?) planning on buying MBAE for our computers. However, I have an issue and it seems the only way to test is to uninstall MBAE. I'm hoping there is an alternate method. System: Windows 10 Pro 64 bit IE11 MBAE premium but free trial Webroot Secure Anywhere Emsisoft Internet Security 12.? (released yesterday so it is up to date) Issue. Most MHT files result in "Internet Explorer has stopped working." Perhaps MBAE is doing its job stopping an exploit, perhaps not. Setup Saved website, before and after MBAE installed. When MBAE was installed it detected no exploits. (I assume) To determine if MBAE was causing the issue I logged in the admin account and "Stop protection" on MBAE. Opened MHT files and most crashed IE11 including the one saved a few minutes earlier with MBAE in protection mode. However, it seems MBAE is not stopped as it popped up with the messages. "cmd is now protected" "Internet Explorer (and add-ons) is now protected" Went to stop MBAE again and only the "Start protection" link was active. Logged back into user account received the message that MBAE was stopped. So, I tested the MHT file again. Crashed and MBAE stated CMD and IE were now protected. MBAE was opened Second and the general tab says "stopped" in black on red. So, how do I test to see what the issue is? Exploit or bug? Thanks, Jim
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