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I have enabled rootkit detection in the settings, but it's showing as disabled in the logs...

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I am wondering if it's something to do with the fact that I have the standalone MBAR anti-rootkit app on my machine? I run it manually every so often and it has not detected anything (extra insurance, I suppose)


MBAM and my AV all seem to be running and updating fine, and I'm not seeing anything I'd consider anomalous. 


If I need to remove MBAR, should I consider reinstalling MBAM? 

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