When Malwarebytes finds some malicious (mostly adware or PUP) settings/startpages/searchengines in your Chrome, it will address this. (Note, Malwarebytes doesn't really delete the Chrome Secure Preferences file when a detection occurs) However, some of you may notice it will always come back after the Malwarebytes scan. In that case, it might be because you are still using an older version of Malwarebytes, and/or it's most likely because you have Chrome Sync enabled. The following