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As so many other have said, MWB just devoured all my RAM and putting my CPU on extreme stress level.
I had to quit the whole thing, all seems normal now but I'm left with Windows Defender. This is outrageous. I've paid for my Premium license, I don't accept this.

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Same here. Computer went berserk. Restarted computer, no traybar icon and RAM consumption rising.

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6 minutes ago, Phobos_Anomaly said:

I had to quit the whole thing, all seems normal now but I'm left with Windows Defender.

Same here. At least that's one other thing to keep you protected... so it's not really the end of the world yet.

And yeah, outrageous indeed. I was so pissed when this happened. Especially when I'm a Premium user too.

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9 minutes ago, Phobos_Anomaly said:

As so many other have said, MWB just devoured all my RAM and putting my CPU on extreme stress level.
I had to quit the whole thing, all seems normal now but I'm left with Windows Defender. This is outrageous. I've paid for my Premium license, I don't accept this.

Yep, not the first time it's happened. Now you will have to re-install the program because the Real Time Protection won't work!! Time to find some new Malware software!!!

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Same situation here. Running Windows 10. Been on computer since 4am this morning and all the sudden around 0830, I get the WIndows Memory running low message. Brought up Task Manager and it showed Malwarebytes Service using 13 out of 16gb! I have never scheduled scans by MBAM so I know a scan was not running. Seeing that MANY others are having the same problem I have to assume something like a program update or database update was detected. I think we can safely assume all of us were not on the same website with some sort of web malware detected right as well.

 

I was able to kill off the process with vis task manager after doing about 4 END PROCESS.

 

I am running Windows Defender in conjunction with MBAM real time. This has never been a problem in the several years I have been doing this. I do have MBAM set to run automatically at startup. Hopefully this is a ONE TIME hiccup. Otherwise I will only run MBAM On Demand.

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