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Installed tonight, not problems so far. Desktop icon works for me this version as well.


When I uninstalled previous version thru the control panel it said that some items could not be uninstalled and would have to be removed manually, I assume that's something in the registry. Is it ok to leave it?

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Got the .1000 version installed with no hicups I'd like to report. When uninstalling the old build I did not get the notifaction that digmorchrusher did. Thought I'd mention that. The program seems to be running stable and normal and nothing else to report at this time.

Cheers, Ritchie...

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Hello Pedro:


Ref: W7 Pro x64 SP1


I've updated from v0.10.0.0300 early Wednesday morning and I apologize for not reporting till now.


Prior to its install, I did a thorough uninstall and I deliberately chose not to try the hot-upgrade just yet because I might have still had troublesome remnants.


I'm still using EMET 5.0TP1/ROP/SimExecFlow exclusions only when/where necessary and also with all maximized mitigations.


All these seem to cohabitate for me: MBAE, Sandboxie 4.08 licensed/registered 64-bit, HitmanPro.Alert, and EMET 5.0TP1 as noted above.


Functional tests with mbae-test.exe are still satisfactory and as expected.


Thank you for your hard work and many hours good sir! :D

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Hi Pedro, I just installed Adobe's newest version of Shockwave Player ( via the FF 27.01 browser and Anti-Exploit had no false positives with this version so I believe this update issue has truly been sucessfully resolved! Cool! Thought I'd pass this info on. It was Comodo Firewall that kept screaming at me while trying to update, lol!

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