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It appears to be some issue with updating the results for the log. There are various issues that could be at fault.

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MBAM has trouble with Unicode characters, as it is written in Visual Basic, and Visual Basic does not fully support Unicode. When the application hits characters that are encoded in Unicode (such as Chinese characters) it will usually throw an error code, and keep scanning.

This should no longer be an issue once the tedious task of porting MBAM into C++ is finished. I do not believe there is currently a time table for this though, as it is not always an easy task to port from one programing language to another.

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