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  1. Recently I have gotten a warning when using Chrome Canary that MBAE is an incompatible application. I am using the beta version of MBAE. Canary is an omen of what normal Chrome will become. So far my standard version of Chrome does not show the same warning, but eventually it will. I posted this problem on the Chromium Bug Log and was linked to this page: https://blog.chromium.org/2017/11/reducing-chrome-crashes-caused-by-third.html An excerpt from the page, "in September 2018, Chrome 69 will begin blocking third-party software from injecting into Chrome processes. If this blocking prevents Chrome from starting, Chrome will restart and allow the injection, but also show a warning that guides the user to remove the software. Finally, in January 2019, Chrome 72 will remove this accommodation and always block code injection." Which by my interpretation means that after Jan. 2019, MBAE will no longer work with Chrome. Am I wrong in assuming that paid Malwarebytes will have the same problem. Here's a couple of pics of the present warning in Canary.
  2. I'm not getting an answer on this in the MBAE forum. MBAR seems like it's most responsible for me seeing the TMP files. What's that about? MBAE and MBAR, Access Denied, visible TMP files - Anti-Exploit Beta - Malwarebytes Forums . . . https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/214152-mbae-and-mbar-access-denied-visible-tmp-files/
  3. I'm trying both of these: MBAE and MBAR I see that they don't auto-update. How often do they update? MBAE gives you the version number in the file name, but not MBAR. Any idea why? That's useful to know. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MBAE 1.10.1.41 . . . mbae-setup-1.10.1.41.exe 1.11.1.18 . . . mbae-setup-1.11.1.18.exe MBAR mbarw-setup-consumer-0.9.18.807.exe . . . 0.9.18.807-1.1.117 mbarw-setup-consumer-0.9.18.807.exe . . . 0.9.18.807-1.1.86
  4. so … essentially, upgrading to mb3 (free) version means we no longer can use mbae and mbarw … do i understand this correctly? ref: forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/191650-malwarebytes-3-frequently-asked-questions/?do=findComment&comment=1077436
  5. Steps to reproduce: - Using either MBAE 1.10 beta or MBAM 3.2 beta, enable all mitigations in Advanced Settings; Don't know if MBAM 3.1.2 is affected. - Update Firefox to 55.0 if it's not already; - Visit any website then press the home button. Only the address bar gets updated, the web page you where on remains on display until you visit other website or mash the home button a few times. This doesn't happen with default settings and it doesn't happen at all with Firefox 54.0.1. I am running Windows 10 Version 1703 (15063.502). Attached a video with issue in action. 2017-08-08 18-30-41.mov
  6. I have just updated windows 10 to version 1703 Creator. Since then every time the PC starts up, after about 6 minutes I get a message stating Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is taking to long to start and telling me to restart the PC. I also get this message if I try and open MBAE manually. The program version is 1.9.1.1403
  7. System: Windows 8.1 Professional, 64-bit OS MB version (licensed): 3.1.1.1722, Component package: 1.0.117, Update package: 1.0.1.1887 The MB 3.1.1 had been installed over the previous version 3.0.6 couple of days ego. The exploit protection worked just fine, until now. Manually starting results in quickly going back to "Off" position. mb-checkResult 05.07.17.txt logs_05.07.16.zip
  8. If I elect to use the free version of MalwareBytes 3.x rather than pay for the Premium version, the anti-exploit feature goes away at the end of the trial period. If I run mbae-setup-1.09.1.1334.exe (which I still have), will that installation of Anti-Exploit be compatible with the free version of MalwareBytes 3.x? If not, is there a download available for MBAM 2.x (free) so that I can re-install that and then install mbae?
  9. Is it advisable to install the latest version of the old standalone MBAE, in light of the fact that the anti exploit protection included in MB3 is only available for paid versions?
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