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I've been running Malwarebytes on my 16" MacBook Pro, and have been seeing some very disturbing crashes. When TimeMachine is actively backing up files, the computer becomes very unresponsive, sometimes taking a minute or so to respond to a click or keyboard input. Running VirtualBox and booting the Windows 10 2004/64-bit installer disk image crashes in Windows with a BSOD After Xcode is done running applications on the iOS or tvOS simulators, several Xcode Simulator processes crash and I see crash report windows. iTerm2 (terminal) becomes extremely unresponsive after ru
Hi all, Not sure how much time I'll get to play with it an anger, but I'm trying to set up a malware research rig along the lines of this tutorial here: https://blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-analysis/2012/04/anonymizing-traffic-for-your-vm/ I notice that it's quite old, which is a serious consideration in this game. The first problem I have is that I cannot get JanusVM to run up at all in any way shape or form. I tried setting up VMWare Player on my Linux installation, but every time I tried to launch JanusVM as per the instructions in that article, VMware Player just kept
Hi all. I just installed a fresh download of Malwarebytes into a Windows XP-SP3 virtual machine created with Oracle Virtual Box. Can't get past this error: SDKDatabaseLoadDefaults failed with code: 2 AVG Free declares the VM to be clean. Before I waste any time trying to sort out something that won't work, is there any reason why Malwarebytes wouldn't work in a VM? I have several applications installed into the VM, it has network and Internet connectivity, and to all intents works just like a real PC. Thanks, - Rosie