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MB 3.0.6 W10proX64 False Positive mysqld.exe

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Hello RicRat51 and :welcome:

Thank you for your report and attachment.

Please help to complete all the needed information that may have been initially missed in: How to Report a New Issue and of particular importance will be your attached MBAMSERVICE.LOG file.

After all the requested data is posted, the Malwarebytes' QA & Developer Teams, and staffers can commence their analysis.  Thank you always for your assistance.

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  1. Brief description of the issue.
    MB3.0.6 Shutdown MySQL by quarantining mysqld.exe
  2. Any screenshot(s) of error messages or other incorrect behavior (not required; include if available).
  3. If the system crashed, please include the BSOD error message (we will reach out to you for a full memory dump).
    Did Not Crash
  4. Operating System Details (e.g. Windows 7 SP 1 x64, Windows XP SP3 x86, Windows 10 x64 Version 1607 Build 14393.351, etc.).
    See MB306.mysqld.txt
  5. Details on how you encountered the bug and any steps that can be taken to reproduce it.
    Attempt to connect using SQLyog
  6. Do you get the same result more than once if you follow the same steps? Y/N
    Did not try
  7. A copy of the contents of C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\logs in a ZIP file (attach to post).
    Se Attached zip file




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Reference: https://www.virustotal.com/file/2e4fc0af8d827ac126c9bca89621acfb978f63427d22310ee2bf9960b72e30b3/analysis/

Hello @RicRat51:

This appears to be a rare false positive detection by MB3's current Anti-Ransomware (AR) module/database and will be forwarded to Malwarebytes staff for action.

Thank you again for your report, patience, and cooperation.

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