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Brief description of the issue. a short description of the old bug problem that is still existing in Malwarebytes version 2 and 3 and even the newest currently released of the version 4 . so Malwarebytes is to performed a scheduled scans with rootkit scan option is toggled on by the user but however when an auto scan is launched by Malwarebytes itself , sometime it won’t scan for Rootkit even though this option is been already turned on and nor the "scanning for rootkit" text in the scan page will not even be displayed though . Any screenshot(s) of error messages or other incorrect behavior (not required; include if available). there is no any screenshot but an video available for this old bug thing . so yes I think its incorrect behavior here . If the system crashed, please include the BSOD error message (we will reach out to you for a full memory dump). no any app crash at this moment . and there is no Dumps crash folder either Details on how you encountered the bug and any steps that can be taken to reproduce it. just let the Malwarebytes to do its scheduling scanning and sometime you’ll able to to get the issue described above and thus in order to able to reproduce it as well . also aside note : this is also occurred with the manual scans sometime Do you get the same result more than once if you follow the same steps? Y/N yes . as I mention above I do get the almost the same results with all version of Malwarebytes which are (version 2 and 3 and 4) - and I also I have an old video for the same issue for version 2 of the Malwarebytes but not sure If I have an video for the version 3 or not so I will double-check on there Untitled 2019-11-14 02-36-27.wmv