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MBAE 1.13.1.424 - Java shield (java.exe) automatically deactivates at each MBAE start.  I activate Java shield and it remains activated only until MBAE is shutdown and then restarted.  This only happens on one of my four Windows 10 Pro systems.  There is no such problem on the other three.  All other shields remain activated at all times.  The same security software runs on each of the four.

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Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit 1.13.1.400 Release Notes states "MBAE-899: Java shield disabled under protected applications."  Obviously this issue has not been completely fixed.

I have run dds.com and attach the resulting dds.txt and attach.txt files.

dds.txt attach.txt

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This issue has also been found on my spare Windows 10 21H2 Toshiba C50 laptop.  I suggest therefore that this problem is more prevalent than might be thought.  The Java shield is not immediately apparent, it being necessary to scroll the list to check it for a deactivated Java shield.  Other MBAE users are possibly unaware if this.

Installed software, particularly security software, is standard for my Windows PCs/laptops.  I can presently report that 4 systems have active MBAE Java shields and 2 have self-deactivated MBAE Java shields.

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Problem solved
I have found that uninstalling MBAE 1.13.1.430 and deleting the C:\ProgramData\Mallwarebytes Anti-Exploit folder followed by installing MBAE 1.13.1.345 SEEMS to solve the problem.  MBAE 1.13.1.345 immediately gets updated to  MBAE 1.13.1.430 but the previously persistently deactivated Java shield survives a system restart, being found to be still activated.

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