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I have more than one version of anti exploit installed

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For some reason I have two versions of anti exploit installed

First one:


Second one:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit_is1


Is it supposed to be this way? it occurred after the last update.



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Hey StroTech,


That looks like it may have just left behind the un-install entry from the upgrade. If you open up the program and it is showing the correct version there, then it is just something that got left behind for some reason. If you want to clean it up, you can do it manually or run our clean tool to remove everything and install the latest version. If you want to do that, here is the clean tool:


This is where you can find the latest version of mbae that you have upgraded to:


Let me know if you have any issues! 

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The newer version shows up as the x86 install, is that correct? also, it is doing this on numerous machines. Would it be best to reinstall them all or is it ok to let it be?

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The program will install in the x86 directory that is correct. If it is doing it on numerous machines, then I would like to take a look further into it. I want to see if something in particular is causing this during the upgrade. Can you please collecting the logs from this post and attachthem here:




Thank you,



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