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Malwarebytes is detecting every Android app as potentially unwanted.


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This is not what we expect from Malwarebytes.

You should explain to us exactly what the problem was and how you will ensure it never happens again.

How many people woke up today to find 78 malwares reported?

How many dutifully tried to remove them, only to find they were "System apps" that needed to be ignored or "whitelisted"?

How many of your customers know what all of that means?

I rebooted and scanned again. I let Malwarebytes remove 23 of 77 (not 78 as reported the first scan) malwares.

I rebooted and scanned again - only 13 malwares reported.

Then I found the "Force Update" function, rebooted and scanned again - 0 malware.

So what 23 "malwares" did Malwarebytes remove earlier? How will that affect my phone? Were they real malware or was it "a mistake".

 

You must explain in detail before you lose a lot of credibility.

This is a sad day for Malwarebytes.

 

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