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Hi there, I'm new to this but I can't find an answer to this or anything similar, sorry. I liked and used Trend Micro's Dr Cleaner - it is free, minimal resources and lets you know what it is doing, freeing up memory and disc space on the fly on software removal (something I do a lot as I try random bits of software and find out it doesn't do what you have been led to believe it will do!) but Apple decided that Trends reporting your usage back to Trend violated privacy rules Apple banned it. It now has been removed from the Apple store but I still have a copy but Malwarebytes has fou
There is almost certainly an obvious answer but as a search in both the on-line help and the forum throws up nothing for "Registry Key" I am asking here. So how do I add a registry key to my list of malware exclusions? FWIW here are the results of my last scan: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Scan Date: 1/27/17 Scan Time: 9:04 AM Logfile: malwarebytes27Jan2017.txt Administrator: Yes -Software Information- Version: 22.214.171.1249 Components Version: 1.0.43 Update Package Version: 1.0.1109 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows
Hello MBAM team, I am receiving email alerts from a number of false positives on a couple of our servers. I have tried excluding those objects from future scans, and adding them to the ignore list. This has not prevented the files from listing as threats and triggering email alerts. I have redacted any sensitive information in the copy/paste below. What steps can I take to prevent these unwanted false-positive alerts? Thanks!