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So the last few days the RTProtectionDaemon process has been going crazy, regularly using between 50%-100% of my cpu. I did look around online for ideas and eventually decided to uninstall MBAM completely. I also deleted the launch agents and all trace files related to the app. The RTProtectionDaemon still continues to run and is driving me crazy. (Yes I have restarted the machine). I even downloaded the official uninstall app and it didn't do anything. Can someone help here. Im running the latest Big Sur on an Imac 2019. Thanks.
Mohave 10.14.6 Macbook Pro 2018 Cloud Malwarebytes Customer steady flow of console logging on a MacBook host of this sort: error 13:20:28.570043 -0500 kernel Sandbox: RTProtectionDaem(108) System Policy: deny(1) file-read-data /Users/admin/Library/Messages error 13:20:28.570237 -0500 kernel Sandbox: RTProtectionDaem(108) System Policy: deny(1) file-read-data /Users/admin/Library/HomeKit error 13:20:28.571947 -0500 kernel Sandbox: RTProtectionDaem(108) System Policy: deny(1) file-read-data /Users/admin/Library/Mail error 13:20:28.585037 -0500 kernel Sandbox: RTProtectionDaem(108) System Policy: deny(1) file-read-data /Users/admin/Library/Safari error 13:20:28.586034 -0500 kernel Sandbox: RTProtectionDaem(108) System Policy: deny(1) file-read-data /Users/admin/Library/Suggestions There was a post about this in the home version, however the protection daemon is a different bundle for the business version (at least from what I can find) so the advice there in the Home version didn't help me to locate the "RTProtectionDaem" Resolution: I dragged... "Macintosh HD ▸ Library ▸ Application Support ▸ Malwarebytes ▸ NCEP ▸ Engine.bundle ▸ Contents ▸ PlugIns ▸ Malwarebytes Protection" ...into the System Preferences control panel for Security Privacy tab location Full Disk Access. I'm wondering if I was on track with this approach. It appears to have stopped the logging, but now Im seeing Safari complaining (maybe unrelated) error 13:37:22.995343 -0500 Safari kill() returned unexpected error 1 error 13:37:23.002972 -0500 Safari kill() returned unexpected error 1 error 13:37:23.011062 -0500 Safari kill() returned unexpected error 1
Hi I have been ruining Malwarebytes a while on my mac, thanks for l making it available. Definitely provides an air of security. Today I saw this error message from "Little Snitch" about the RTProtectionDaemon and an issue with the process code signature [screenshot attached]: I could not find any info about this here, but google did provide some info on other forums. Nothing definitive though. Do you need a system snapshot? this seems like an error outside my mac? I read this text on your site about system snapshots, but when I look at the malwarebytes item in the menubar there is no option to "Take System Snapshot" [see second screenshot] So, I opened malwarebytes - but there seems to be no option to take a system snapshot there either: Include a system snapshot taken with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac on the affected system Choose Take System Snapshot from the Scanner menu, in the menu bar at the top of the screen When the snapshot window opens, choose Select All from the Edit menu, copy the selected text Paste the copied snapshot into your post here I hope this is sufficient info. Now that Little Snitch has blocked the RTProtectionDaemon I guess malwarebytes cant work properly? Little Snitch tells me "On 15 Feb 2018, RTProtectionDaemon tried to establish a connection to sirius.mwbsys.com. The request was denied via connection alert." thanks for your help With my regards