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Are MBAE Experimental build versions recommended for inexpert user?

Should I stick to v 1.09.1.1291 till the 1.10 version comes out sometime in April?

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Hey OldCodger,

 

The test builds are just bug fixes that we put publicly for people to try and see if it fixes their issues. It allows us to fix issues and get them tested quickly without having to release a 'release' build fore every bug fix. They are much like the current version you have just with those fixes in place. So it is mainly up to you if you want to be part of the testing of those builds if you don't have any of the issues the build fixes. 

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Francois_Blais

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Thanks for your insights. Yes I'll be giving it a try and regularly update to the latest build.  I inquired because I tend to mess up things with apps features I'm not familiar with. I shall stir clear from advance setting, that should do;)

Thanks again,

OC

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Would it be possible for you to post, in this forum, the specific bug fixes being made in each new build?   A change-log (history).   I'm sure most users/testers would appreciate this.   

(In the past, it seemed the same change-log was shown for multiple increments of the program.)

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Please move this topic to appropriate thread if it need be.

With MBAE latest build Firefox Crashes.

I had the same issue with Chrome, but I recently discovered that Chrome was not installed properly so MBAE cannot be faulted.

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Hi OldCodger,

We need to get some logs from you to look into this issue. Can you please follow the below instructions and attach all the logs.

  1. ZIP the entire contents (ALL the files, not just .LOG) of the MBAE user data directory and attach them to your post. The directory is hidden by default so you might have to click on "View -> Hidden items" in Explorer to see it. You can find the logs in the following locations:
    1. Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit
    2. Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8: C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit
  2. Describe in as much detail as possible the steps to reproduce the problem, including but not limited to links to third-party software that may be conflicting with MBAE.
  3. Detailed system information. To facilitate replicating the problem consider downloading and running FRST and attaching its logs to your post as well. 

Thanks.

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2 hours ago, Arthi said:

Hi OldCodger,

We need to get some logs from you to look into this issue. Can you please follow the below instructions and attach all the logs.

  1. ZIP the entire contents (ALL the files, not just .LOG) of the MBAE user data directory and attach them to your post. The directory is hidden by default so you might have to click on "View -> Hidden items" in Explorer to see it. You can find the logs in the following locations:
    1. Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit
    2. Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8: C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit
  2. Describe in as much detail as possible the steps to reproduce the problem, including but not limited to links to third-party software that may be conflicting with MBAE.
  3. Detailed system information. To facilitate replicating the problem consider downloading and running FRST and attaching its logs to your post as well. 

Thanks.

Hi Arthi.

Ref:

1. Running Windows 10. In ProgramData/Malwarebytes anti-exploit no logs found. There is an illegible text file (encrypted?)  named mbae-default, is that what you need?

2. Did not take a screenshot of the error causing the crash. Something like "an application is causing firefox to crash close the browser"

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3. Please find FRST attached.

Cheers,

OC

FRST_21-01-2017 10.58.22.txt

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Hi Old Codger,

1. We will need the entire contents of the  ProgramData/Malwarebytes anti-exploit folder. If you can zip the  Malwarebytes anti-exploit folder, that will be great.

2. Does the firefox crash happen as soon as you open the browser ?

Thanks.

 

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Arthi

It only happened once in the middle of a browsing session. Note that Firefox is my default browser, browsing a lot.

Don't know how to zip Malwarebytes folder.

Sorry:(

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Go to the Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit folder, right click -> "Send to"-> "Compressed (zipped) folder" according to the screenshot below.

Once done, you will find the zipped file in the C:\ProgramData folder.

If you cannot get to this, Please attach mbae-default.log file here.

Thanks.

 

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Hi OldCodger,

Can we also get FRST logs from you. To get that, we need you to download and run FRST and attach its logs to your post. Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks.

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2 hours ago, Arthi said:

Hi OldCodger,

Can we also get FRST logs from you. To get that, we need you to download and run FRST and attach its logs to your post. Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks.

Is this what you require?

FRST.txt

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Upgraded to 1.09.1.1325 this morning. Firefox just crashed.

 

(Faulting application name: firefox.exe, version: 51.0.1.6234, time stamp: 0x5888f36c
Faulting module name: mbae64.dll, version: 1.9.1.1325, time stamp: 0x589069cc
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x00000000000210e2
Faulting process id: 0x1c34
Faulting application start time: 0x01d27c530c131813
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit\mbae64.dll
Report Id: 633ff8e6-d327-4a41-a7b1-78d5c1a30d7c
Faulting package full name:
Faulting package-relative application ID: .

FRST.txt

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Just noticed I now have build 1334 but it was not announced here: 

There must have forgotten to update the thread?

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Arthi

MBAE auto updated itself to build 1334 without any interaction from my side.

Is this gonna be the norm from now on?

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Hi OldCodger,

We have always auto-upgraded our stable releases to users who have this setting on. It is highly recommended to keep it on to receive these auto-updates with important fixes.

 

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