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I am running Malwarebytes Premium version 3.7.1. On a Windows 10 Pro desktop machine. Windows update says Windows is up to date.I have a small SSD drive that includes my operating system and my Malwarebytes Premium program folder. There are many ".tmp" in the C:\Program File\Malewarebytes\Anti-Malware folder adding up to more than 15 MB. I am unable to delete any of these files even though none of these files have been accessed since May 2017 according to Windows File Explorer. When I try to delete any of them I get a message that I need administrator permission to delete the files. I am logged on as an administrator yet every time I try to delete any of them I get the same message denying me permission to delete these tmp file from 2017.
After a regular scheduled quick scan today, 21 installation files in my Downloads folder were flagged by MBAM as either PUPs or Malware. These files have been there for various lengths of time and never been flagged bad before. They were all originally downloaded while MBAM real time protection was running and not flagged, and I scanned every one of them with MBAM after downloading them and they were not flagged then, so I think it is extremely unlikely that they are dangerous now. I have attached the report, but due to the large number of files involved I have not attached them. 2018-10-06FalsePositives.txt