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I noticed in my System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Full Disk Access, I have not only Malwarebytes Protection, but two additional app plug-ins from Malwarebytes, which have appeared since very first installing the app on my new MacBook Air (2020). I understand the need and reason for the MB Protection in this section, but I'm wondering why these other app plug-ins appearing? I've tried reinstalling the app multiple times, with and without FileVault enabled, verified the MBAM plist files are appearing normally in /Library/LaunchAgents and /Library/LaunchDaemons, verified the app is up to date, and I don't have any other anti-malware related apps installed that may be tweaking the permissions. I just want to be sure these extra plug-ins appearing won't affect the performance or functionality of Malwarebytes.
Lenovo R-500 laptop 8GB 64-bit Windows 7 Pro SP1 Seamonkey 2.39 (x86) browser Anti-Ransomware 0.9.5.304 I was updating my browser's extensions through the Add-On Manager when my browser was quarantined. Restoring function and excluding Seamonkey.exe in Anti-Ransomware was easy and uneventful so far. logs.zipMalwarebytes Anti-Ransomware.zipseamonkey.zip
Sooooo, I just thought I'd mention a false positive that I've noticed recently. When using Chrome (perhaps all browsers), the eBay login page apparently uses some sort of Silverlight component. Upon browsing to this page, a yellow bar appears directly below the Bookmarks Bar which says "Silverlight Plug-In has crashed." At the exact same time, the Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit window pops up and says "Anti-Exploit has blocked an exploit attempt". Please acknowledge...