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  1. Hello. Quite revently, Malwarebytes has started to cause several BSOD's for me. I'm running Malwarebytes Premium (Pro code) 2.2.1.1043. At first I didn't know what was causing it, but then I downloaded and ran WhoCrashed, which pinpoints it specifically to Malwarebytes and mwac.sys (Malwarebytes Web Access Control). I have already tried fully removing it and then reinstalling it but the BSOD's returned. I will be forced to remove it for good but I really don't want to, I love Malwarebytes!
  2. Still getting the BSOD after a clean reinstall of W10 Threshold 2 X64. Just reinstall W10 x64, update all driver. Install Bitdefender TS 2016, Install MBAM Premium (last version) > On Firefox/Chrome/Edge when manipulating tabs : BSOD BAD POOL CALLER or sometimes HEADER > ndis.sys, netio.sys or tcpip.sys just crashed. It's an internal incompatibilty between BD2016 and the new MBAM, vice versa. It's easy to reproduce the bug. I had it on multiple computers. This bug can occurs BIOS crash. Only way to recover : Clear CMOS and reflash last BIOS. What the hell ?! 1 month, no update, no s
  3. Sorry to say, but Kaiwen seems to have a valid point. My systems with Bitdefender 2016 and Malwarebytes have gone completely haywire as well the last couple of weeks. Daily BSOD caused by mwac.sys on my main system. All systems, 4 of them, have been completely wiped and everything reinstalled without any manufacturer bloat, but problem still remains.
  4. I have the same problem and I am running BitDefender 2016 as my antivirus.
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