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On Win10 Creator x64 Pro, I uninstalled Bash/Ubuntu-14.04, and started installing Bash/Ubuntu-16.04.  Part way through, MB3 blocked the install; I recall seeing that it did not like dpkg?  I do not see any Quarantined stuff.

As I do with Cygwin-setup and CCleaner, I will now have to do with WIn10-Bash, and turn off  MBARW when using these tools.

I attach logs.

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1 hour ago, dcollins said:

Can you upload the log of what was blocked as well please?

Hi.  I'm not sure if I have those logs.  Uninstall/Install was performed using Win Powershell as Admin, e.g.,

lxrun /uninstall /full

lxrun /install /y

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Hi.  Sorry, but I do not see any Report listed since 4/5/17 (which was an Exploit block of Adobe Reader).

 

Lester

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Interesting, myself and a few other people have been unable to replicate this issue. Can you grab FRST logs by chance? Instructions for that are as follows:

  1. Download FRST and save it to your desktop
    1. Note: You need to run the version compatible with your system. You can check here if you're not sure if your computer is 32-bit or 64-bit
  2. Double-click to run and when the tool opens click Yes to the disclaimer
  3. Press Scan button
  4. This will product two files in the same location (directory) as FRST: FRST.txt and Addition.txt
    1. Attach both of these logs to your post by clicking on the "Drag files here to attach, or choose files..." or simply drag the files to the attachment area
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32 minutes ago, dcollins said:

Interesting, myself and a few other people have been unable to replicate this issue. Can you grab FRST logs by chance? Instructions for that are as follows:

  1. Download FRST and save it to your desktop
    1. Note: You need to run the version compatible with your system. You can check here if you're not sure if your computer is 32-bit or 64-bit
  2. Double-click to run and when the tool opens click Yes to the disclaimer
  3. Press Scan button
  4. This will product two files in the same location (directory) as FRST: FRST.txt and Addition.txt
    1. Attach both of these logs to your post by clicking on the "Drag files here to attach, or choose files..." or simply drag the files to the attachment area

Hi.  I'd rather not put any new software on my PC now.

Note that the URL you gave does download FRST64.exe, but the video on installation is for Glasswire.  I have no idea what else might be in error on that page?

 

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On 4/12/2017 at 2:31 PM, dcollins said:

Hm.... I just did you as described and wasn't able to reproduce the issue. I'll have to dig through your logs a little bit

Now at least one other user also has reported this:

I see that there is a separate forum for Ransomware, https://forums.malwarebytes.com/forum/191-ransomware/ .  This posting should be moved there where I see a couple of other similar postings re Ransomware blocking dpkg .

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