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I'm running Windows Server 2008 with the latest MALWARE BYTES version. I cannot find the way to stop this exploit... Malware.Exploit.Agent.Generic, Java malicious inbound socket detected This continually stops the Ubiquity Controller from functioning correctly. How can I correct this so i cna use MalwareBytes? Right now I have to turn it off for the Controller to work and the latest post that i saw were from 2014. HELP!!
After purchasing Malwarebytes, I noticed my java development environment (playframework) recompile time on code change double from 10s to 20s, despite the dev directory being completely excluded. My morning ritual is now to startup my computer and quit Malwarebytes. This link seems to suggest it is the self-protection module that causes the slowdown. I assume it is the java process that is causing the issue but I don't want to exclude java because I assume java could be unsafe and should be monitored as long as it is not called from my dev directory. (Note that there is another issue here that appears to be a similar issue that support may want to handle at the same time.) How do I have malwarebytes on safely without impact to java compile time under a completely whitelisted directory?