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False Positive : Mozilla Browser : Seamonkey.exe


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4 minutes ago, RebusCom said:

Separate issue: BTW, the scan log file in the prior post states the rootkit scan is disabled but the GUI says enabled.

There are 2 separate places to enable rootkit scans in Malwarebytes. One for the manual scan and one for the scheduled scans. For the scheduled scans see below.

If that is set correctly, I believe there is a reporting glitch that is known.

 

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@RebusCom Thanks for reporting, it should no longer be detected in 10 minutes. If it is still detecting please clear your hubblecache.

To clear your hubble cache, please do the following:

  1. Click on the Malwarebytes icon in the system tray
  2. Select "Quit Malwarebytes"
  3. Navigate to %PROGRAMDATA%\Malwarebytes\MBAMService
  4. Delete the file HubbleCache
  5. Open Malwarebytes
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14 hours ago, miekiemoes said:

I have Seamonkey up and running. No detection here.

Hi, it is not being found now when I start up Seamonkey 2.53.3

As mentioned the initial startup was me accidentally clicking a send email link.  Will have to find one to check if it was the call up that initiates it.

I forgot to change my settings so I have 33 emails now from this post.

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