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So the hyperscan identified that .dll file as a trojan and quarantined it after a restart. Spotify stopped working saying that it couldnt find the file, so I thought it might be just a false positive, however when i try to restore the file MB says error: access denied, so i cannot restore it and upload it to virustotal. I think it might be a problem with spotify being installed through the god awful microsoft store and the folder being locked. Since i cannot confirm anything about the file i decided to do this post just to be certain about this. Has anyone else had problems with this. Additi
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask but I wanted to check that this was being correctly blocked. I got an email from Spotify linking to thespotifyguestlist.com, but this was blocked. The WhoIs lookup for the site is slightly sketchy, the IP is somewhere in Russia and there's no mention of this promotion on social media. I suspect a phishing scam, but the email looks official. Is it a scam or should I whitelist it?
I'm running Windows 10, with MBAM 22.214.171.1247 installed. With MBAM enabled, iTunes and Spotify both lock up immediately on launch (a window opens, but no contents are displayed) and have to be terminated through Task Manager. With MBAM closed, or the Malware engine disabled, both apps launch normally with no issue. Once the apps are opened, I can enable MBAM again and I experience no issues in either app. When I launch either app with MBAM enabled, I do not get any notifications from MBAM that would indicate it has found anything, nor do I find anything in the Protection Log outside of the ex
As the title states, MBAE for Business is detecting and blocking exploit code in Spotify. I just installed MBAE on the test system so this is the first run of the program. I have the latest version of both MBAE and Spotify. I've had no issues with Spotify in the past and MBAM and Symantec Endpoint Protection have not found anything malicious on the system or with Spotify. Would this be a false positive? I'd rather not make an exception for Spotify so it can be protected in the event of a real threat. Furthermore, Spotify is installed on many machines in the company so it could prove to be a