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  1. Hello to everyone i have a server mahcine running windows server 2012, from a while i noticed a suspicious activity of the lsass.exe process that it is gonna to saturate my bandwith and slow down the machine as you can see my a lot of strange ip are generating traffic on my machine, i already pperformed some scan with Malwareantibytes : with FRST: Additions of Farbar: and in the end ADW CLeaner: even after the removal of the threads found from adw cleaner, the problem persist, please osmeone help me. Thanks in advantage to who will take care of that Addition.txt AdwCleaner[C00].txt FRST.txt mabt.txt
  2. Last week Adwcleaner shows "PUP.Optional.UCBrowser, DHCPServer" on a Windows SBS 2008. I did not knew what it means, so I let ADWcleaner delete it. After that the Original Microsoft DHCP-Server Service was killed. Fortunately I could Reinstall it afterwards, but this took me more than two hours...
  3. I currently own Malwarebytes Premium for my Windows 10 machine, along side with BitDefender 2018 AntiVirus. I own an HP G8 Server with Windows 2012 R2 installed. For this server, I would like Malwarebytes to be my Anti-malware/virus solution. The server is primarily used to host a few websites (Apache / MySQL), a public TCP gaming service, and a TeamSpeak server. What, for this single server, Malwarebytes product would you recommend?
  4. Please help!! I really really messed up! I install Malwarebytes free version on a server (Windows server 2008) with MDaemon email server running and after installing it I notice several notifications of inbound type connections on port 25 was being blocked. So every mail trying to reach my server was refused. Then decide to uninstall Malwarebytes with the cleaning tool but still have the same problem. I already disable the windows firewall but still blocking all inbound connections. This is critical, I really appreciate any help. Thanks.
  5. I am running Premium on a Server 2012 R2 instance and am having problems with the built-in task scheduler. Neither automatic updates or scheduled scans are running as scheduled, but manually running the tasks functions as expected. I have a standard (non-admin) user persistantly logged on in order to run applications that otherwise cannot be run as a background service. I believe this could be part of the reason automated tasks do not run as expected, but I can not grant the user Administrator rights for day-to-day operations. The strange part is that the background services should be able to run scheduled tasks as they are run as NTAUTH\SYSTEM, but I'm guessing there's some dependency on the user's rights running the UI instance (mbam.exe) that causes the tasks to fail.
  6. Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Tech Specs shows compatibility with Windows Server 2003 and 2008, but maybe this info is outdated. Is there any reason not to include Windows Server 2012 R2 in the list? Can I install Anti-Exploit on Windows Server 2012 R2?
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