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I think something went wrong with my Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

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I logged onto my PC this morning and performed my typical activities of checking my email, doing some web browsing, watching some TV shows on Amazon and continuing the process of programming my cyborg ninja gerbil minions for global conquest when suddenly I heard a loud 'boom' and saw this in my tray:

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I'm pretty sure that's not normal. What do you guys think?

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Your cyborg ninja gerbil minions staged a revolt and you lost.

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Your gonna need help from the experts that's for sure.... LOL

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Have you tried turning it on and off again?

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Have you tried turning it on and off again?

 

I think this was a joke. :)

 

(@exile360 is the former MBAM Product Manager.)

 

P.S. Hi, exile!  Glad to see you back here in these parts! qqsjXVc.gif

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I know, so was my comment :P Looks like I'm not funny enough for this section :(

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Oh, um I've got someone from India telling me they're detecting airwaves from your computer. Hang on, I'll forward them to you.

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Hi Exile -

You did not read my signature, which will always solve any problem ...........

 

( Remember .... The answer is always 42, or Reboot . ) Yours seems to be the '42' version, which was calculated over millions of years by Deep Thought computer  ....

 

There is also a small chance it may be related to the fact that you gave back the "original" ( X ) Avatar ! !

 

Regards Mate ..

 

EDIT : Please follow these directions, and I am sure we can help you Sir ... https://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?/topic/146024-diagnostic-logs/

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