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  1. Hi Team My websites like https://www.changehomepage.net/, https://www.commerce-microsoft.com/, https://www.fixfirefoxerror.com/, https://www.incredimailsupports.com/, https://www.microsoft-number.com/, https://www.thunderbirdsupport.com/ are now malware free. All the information given in the websites are true and very useful. Kindly white-list these websites ASAP. Thanks & Regards Ron Weasley
  2. explorer.exe found in AppData/Local/Temp explorer.zip mbam_report_2018-02-08.txt
  3. About an hour ago malwarebytes suddenly began flagging a bunch of outbound and inbound processes on my computer as malicious. I ran a scan (which I do every hour automatically anyway) and it found nothing. I made sure my database was updated. I shut off my modem and computer, etc. I tried getting onto the internet with opera instead of chrome, but couldn't establish a secure connection from that browser either. I am only on the internet now because I disabled malwarebytes malware protection. I saved screen shots of quite a few of my errors though not all of them. I just renewed my Malwarebytes
  4. Starting on Friday the 13th, I've been having a lot of trouble. I suspect a virus. The first problem I noticed was with Firefox, my default browser. It would not launch. When I look in Task Manager only about 8000kb loads into memory and then it chokes. Sometimes if I reboot I can get Firefox to open. But if I click the wrong thing it hangs or freezes. Once that happens Firefox is "tainted" somehow and it gets stuck at around 8000kb no matter what I try. Once this happens I can't get my back-up browsers (Chrome, Opera, etc.) to launch either. While struggling with that I found that I cou
  5. There's been this very annoying bug in a recent update (when I say recent I mean since a few months ago) Where when clicking the "Show in folder" button on the downloads tab/mini menu, malwarebytes will close all instances of Opera running, making you lose everything you were doing which is seriously annoying. I've been turning off real-time protection for this reason but it has this irritating popup upon rebooting the machine reminding me to turn real-time protection back on. I'll post a 2nd picture of what pops up in MBAM after clicking (as I'm currently writing this fr
  6. I'll cut to the chase. I recently started up both Opera and Chrome (latest versions) to find them showing a blank screen. Troubleshooted this on the web and got both working using the '-no-sandbox' flag. Dig some more digging and it seemed to be linked to security software, so after testing I discovered the blank screen shows up whenever MBAM's Exploit Protection module is enabled. Disable this - or switch off protection for those two apps under 'Manage Protected Applications' - and both apps launch with no problem. Has anyone else encountered this, or is it just me? Thanks for any i
  7. Hi Since around August 18th we've been seeing crash reports with mbae.dll on stack. This looks similar to what's been reported here: All reports are from Windows 8.1 or 10. Here's an example stack we see: >61b6d3df 1c3df mbae.dll >61b79011 28011 mbae.dll 61b78f7c 27f7c mbae.dll 61b81370 30370 mbae.dll >61b78f98 27f98 mbae.dll >77890ace 8face ntdll.dll 61b78f7c 27f7c mbae.dll >7783fc08 3ec08 ntdll.dll 61b78f7c 27f7c mbae.dll >778215d2 205d2 ntdll.dll 61b78f7c 27f7c mbae.dll >778214a6 204a6 ntdll.dll >7520dbf3 2cbf3 KERNEL32.DLL &g
  8. Hello, Whenever I open any site, sometimes I see unknown images replacing the original image on the website. They are not ads, & can't be clicked. Just random images of people, cartoons etc. When I refresh the page, the fake images are gone. This problem was temporarily resolved when I installed Windows 10 (with Format my C:) & I installed malwarebytes and bitdefender. Malwarebytes detected and removed some infections. But when I removed malwarebytes temporarily due to an error, Fake images started appearing again on the websites. I am using Opera Browser with no Ad ons, exten
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