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Hello members, Today i've found a vlc web plugin on vlc.de a webpage that I known as Malware Site. After simple checking the plugin, I didn't found any issues. But it's suspicious to me because this is only a plugin that will be moved into /Library/Internet Plugins and used only to play web-contents. Fairly to say that I have not activated the plugin on the browser because I'm not sure at this time. Bundle Identifier of the plugin refer to org.videolan.vlc-npapi-plugin. The link to get updates refers exactly to the videolan.org website. (does made sense?). Actually my knowled
I have a user I'm working with that uses Turning Point to do her job; however, Anti-Exploit keeps triggering a false positive and not allowing PowerPoint to load the plugin. This is a plugin for PowerPoint that allows users to survey student input with clickers. This is a legitimate piece of software used by a lot of colleges. I looked in the logs and see that the software has blocked it, but I cannot exclude it, the block doesn’t generate a hash (Exclude is grayed out and can’t in the management console without a hash). I have been deactivating the shield on PowerPoint to get around this, but
Yesterday, the internet stopped working for a moment, so I turned it off and then on again, but I noticed Firefox (my usual browser) was trying to open popup windows and often when I tried to visit a page it would instead send me to an ad page. I turned off the internet and ran a Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (free) scan. It found 12 potential threats, which it identified as spyware.keylogger and trojan.downloader or similar. It "quarantined" these, and subsequent scans have found nothing. I have attached the scans from Malwarebytes. Firefox was still fill of adware. There were a bunch of we
After reading https://www.malwarebytes.org/antiexploit/ (compare table) and https://www.malwarebytes.org/antiexploit/premium/ (browser components section), I want to ask this despite the fact this might be obvious for other people. I think that if MBAE would show both the number of shielded applications and the number of shielded processes would make things a lot clearer, rendering questions like this unnecessary. What is not very clear for me is that by cross reading from these 2 pages I can understand that MBAE Free can protect browser and browser add-ons not just Flash and Java but any add-