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Hello, I just had an issue with Malwarebytes and had to uninstall it and download it again, now it's all good but I've noticed that during the scans it analyzes always the same number of elements when before I uninstall it it analyzed always different number of elements (sometimes 8000 or sometimes 6000) but now it is always 6654, is that any normal?
Hello, long term personal and business user of Malwarebytes here, love it, thanks for such a great app! I installed the 14 day trial onto my Web server (2016) and since then, every night, at the time it's scheduled to run the scan at 2:46am, the server logs a reboot.. well technically, it doesn't log the reboot, it logs the fact it's recovered from an improper shutdown 4 minutes later. It logs a Critial-level Kernel-Power error stating "The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.". It has happened every night MalwareBytes has been installed, at the exact time the scheduled scan is set, so I don't think it's a coincidence. - I've not been remoted into it when this has happened, so I've not seen it restart myself, but all the logs confirm it (SQL databases coming back online etc). - It is not set to auto restart if it finds anything (in fact, that's greyed out and untickable) - it runs and completes a scan once the server has come back up, presumably because it missed the scheduled one, because it restarted - It's fine if it does a manual scan with every option selected. It just seems to be something to do with the schedule that's casuing it. After googling the problem, I found Malwarebytes staff on this forum suggesting people download the support tool and gather the logs. I have one of these zipfiles available if anyone would be kind enough to take a gander, but I'd rather not post them publicly. Can anyone suggest anything please? Many thanks, Dave Coleman