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My most recent posting yielded no replies, so I reposted with MBAE 126.96.36.199 in the title this time. This version still does not address the issue I'm experiencing. I've just completed installing all Windows Updates for April Patch Tuesday, and re-installed MBAE 188.8.131.52. I tested it out by opening msWord2010, clicked on "Insert" in the ribbon at the top of Word, navigated to "Documents" in the far left pane of Windows Explorer, and as soon as I did, the same popup appeared; it also terminated Word.
I had the same Trusteer Rapport issue, so I downloaded and installed build 1195. Trusteer works again and I can use Chrome, but I can no longer print in Chrome. If I try to print, Anti-Exploit warning comes up saying it blocked Google Chrome. "An exploit code has been blocked in Google Chrome (and plug-ins)." Other browsers (Edge, IE, and Firefox) work fine.
Hello, I was on a 14 day trial for Malwarebytes and had a free version of Anti-Exploit. My trial version expired yesterday and I clicked on 'end trial' to switch to a free version. Now, for some reason Anti-Exploit doesn't let Google Chrome run - as soon as Chrome loads, a pop-up from Anti-Exploit appears saying 'Exploit ROP gadget attack blocked'. Does it mean Chrome is not safe to use or is Anti-Exploit over-reacting? Is there anything I can do to stop this from happening, or do I just need to uninstall/reinstall Anti-Exploit? I've been trying to attach a screen shot of the pop-u
I started having the same problem with MBAE & Chrome today: As soon as I load Google Chrome, MBAE blocks Chrome [Protection Layer: Protection Against OS Security Bypass; Protection technique: Exploit ROP gadget attack blocked]. I don't use Trusteer Rapport. I am completely hopeless at technical stuff, but am pretty sure that I haven't changed anything in Chrome recently. I've unlocked the MBAE shield against Chrome but, as it's my default browser, feel rather anxious about doing so.