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Shutting Down Word/Excel when typing

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So all of a sudden Anti-Exploit is shutting down Word and Excel (2013) When i start typing. I can click things in office, but type something on the keyboard and I get Exploit Attempt Blocked!

No other information, this did not happen a few hours ago and i am very certain nothing got installed to cause this. It appears to be a false detection to me. Any ideas?

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Welcome to the forum BobK123 and thanks for posting.

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Please attach both your MBAE as well as your FRST logs. Instructions can be found in the "readme first" link in my signature.

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I see you are using the corporate version of MBAE 1.05. We are already up to stable 1.07. I'll PM you the link and instructions to upgrade. Are you using the Malwarebytes Management Console?

 

PS: moving this thread to the For Business support section.

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Forgot to mention, this conflict was due to Office Add-ins developed in .NET. It has been solved in version 1.07.

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Sounds great. Thank you. Does anti-exploit not upgrade automatically or prompt or upgrade like anti-malware does?

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In the home user version of Anti-Exploit Free/Premium, it does auto-upgrade.

 

But in the corporate version (which is the one you have) we only introduced the auto-upgrade feature in version 1.07, and it is off by default as most IT admins prefer to control when the upgrade happens. After upgrading to 1.07 via the link I sent you, you can go to Settings and enable the auto-upgrade feature.

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