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[SOLVED] both of my computers have problems


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I ran that calculator test, and when I hit exploit, two computers both jumped to their feet waving red flags. The computer running premium is protecting programs like suddenly firefox.exe and opera.exe, neither of which are on my computer. It is also protecting programs like Maxthon, seamonkey, icedragon, cyberfox, tor browser 3x and 2x, palemoon, and on and on. These programs have names like firefoxportable.exe, palemoon.exe, palemoon-portable.exe, dragon.exe, wileyfox.exe, many so called javat programs and foxit programs and on and on and on. 


both my premium malwarebytes programs are oblivious to issues, they don't seem to care that the automated scheduling disappears daily, that they never even have logs when I manually run the program, etc. Actually, the malwarebytes on this computer, one that doesn't have all that crap its protecting now stopped working at all. 


Wjat do I do?


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Welcome to the forum DeidreG.


I'm not sure I understand what the problem is or if there is a problem. Can you please elaborate?


As for the listing of programs, those are the programs that MBAE protects by default. It does not mean they are installed on your computer. But if they were, they would be protected.


Also the logs from the first computer show that it is still running MBAE version 1.04 which is a bit old. Please do the following on that computer:


1- Close all running programs (browsers, PDF readers, Office, etc.)

2- Uninstall MBAE from Control Panel

3- Reboot

4- Download and install the latest version from http://downloads.malwarebytes.org/file/mbae

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