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Hi, Operating environment: Win10 Pro x64, server Fritz!Box 7490, USB-Stick 16GB attached as NAS to server fritz!box. I installed Malwarebytes Privacy and gave it a try by connecting to some websites. Then I turned privacy off and deinstalled Malwarebytes Privacy using IOBit Uninstaller. Results: The server (fritz.box) and the NAS (USB-Stick attached to the server) did not show-up anymore in Windows Explorer as before. I inserted the USB-Stick into the Windows machine Windows said the USB-Stick is corrupt offered a repair what I did. Afterwards the NAS was cor
Hello Running version 220.127.116.113 I have several NAS on my home network. The maker provides an NAS Assistant Application that searches the network for their NAS and allows me to access them, map drives and more. After installing Malwarebytes the application can no longer discover the NAS devices and recommends I check my Anti-Virus apps. If I exit Malware bytes they can now be discovered by the NAS Assistant application I went into Malwarebytes settings, Exclusions, Exclude a Website, Exclude an IP Address, and entered the IP addresses. This did NOT allow t
My first time seeking community help. Think I'm following the rules, but apologies in advance and thanks for your patience if I need some correction. CURRENT STATUS I keep most of my data on a Ready NAS array. Recently, I noticed a duplicate data folder on the NAS, plus extra characters eg: -- | - MYstuff | - MYstuff~QRXWAC I read that making a duplicate folder is one step in the method of some ransomware. MY ACTIONS _ I renamed the duplicate folder (on the off chance a renaming might stop or slow down the malware) _ I successfully made copies of SOME folders _ I disconnected