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Hi this bothers me for years, Now I decided to discuss it with you. Intel RST integrity is destroyed after removal of threats by Malwarebytes, it happens on IRST all times, for years, on different hardware and with different versions of Malwarebytes, free and licensed. I forgot today to remove manually threats discovered during scan and let MB do it and... it resulted in checking integrity of my 4 times 4 TB raids bu drivers from RST, this took 6 h and my PC was not usable at all, what a waste of time, the only one verified with error was the one with threats, all other verified with no error. But even why all the raids were affected? and why removal (moving to quarantine) is doing so?
Please read the following article for further information regarding the recent Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities reported on January 3, 2018, by the Google Project Zero team Also, from our Malwarebytes Labs Meltdown and Spectre: what you need to know Meltdown and Spectre fallout: patching problems persist https://blog.malwarebytes.com/cybercrime/exploits/2018/01/meltdown-and-spectre-fallout-patching-problems-persist/
Hi, Recently we have been experiencing random and spiking plague of the BSOD on our Dell systems (all latitude E7470 + very recently some OptiPlex AIO). For almost all of the machines it is related to either Intel WiFi or Graphic driver (Widi). Some are Kernel_data_inpage and other. Recently we were able to narrow plenty of those errors to malwarebytes. For example, one of the machines was restored to factory image. Some basic software was installed. It looked to be fine until Malwareybtes was installed - instant crash right and left. You would boot computer, login and every few minutes it would result in blue screen. Once malwarebytes was removed BSOD would stop. We have reinstalled it and it seems to be fine now. It is really puzzling. We are using endpoint + anti-exploit. I know dell puts a lot of crap software on their images but this is what we have to live with. Maybe something gets in conflict? Does anyone else experience similar problems? I would say it started around those updates for Intel processors. Any chance malwarebytes has problem with it? I am more than happy to answer any questions.