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Windows 10 Pro 1809, build 17763.195
Malwarebytes Premium 3.6.1

I believe I may have found an issue that happened in a very specific instance. It concerns the "Time Elapsed" shown when it is scanning. I will explain the scenario that happened to me.

I turned my computer on and it got to the Windows screen to enter your PIN. I then decided that I would not sign on and clicked the power icon on the Windows PIN screen to shutdown.

About 20 minutes later I came back and logged into Windows. When I looked, Malwarebytes was scanning but the Time Elapsed showed 20 minutes.

Technically, it may be true that 20 minutes had passed since the beginning of the execution. While it would be  a requirement to keep that information, it seems to me  what most people who look at that are thinking is, "How long has the scan been running?"  So when they look at that, that's not what they are seeing. I realize that I could be wrong on this but it seems to me the description (Label of the field) is not precise enough of what that time actually is.
Thanks.
 

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Thanks for this feedback. It sounds like what happened here is that when you woke up the computer but didn't log in, you had a scheduled scan that started. That scheduled scan then paused when the computer went back to sleep. When you woke the computer back up, the scan looked back at when it originally started to determine it's running time. We are aware of this time discrepancy and have it in our list of things to look at.

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