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The last few times I start a manual scan with Malwarebytes, I have been getting this "Create Rule for MBAM.EXE" I have been choosing "Allow to modify other applications memory" each time. Is that OK, and why does it come up? After that, the quick scan proceeds and doesn't find any problems.


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The original file for csrss.exe should be in "C:WindowsSystem32" and if not then it is a spyware, virus, worm or trojan. This can be verified with security task manager, which provides unique security, process description, and process type among other functions. Where the user finds out that csrss.exe is a trojan and has been registered as such, prompt measures need to be taken to prevent breach of security and access from attackers.

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It appears your firewall is blocking Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, you need to set it to allow it and have it trust mbam.exe if you can in your firewall or HIPS program's settings.

So that pop up that i have to answer is coming from the firewall, or is it coming from malwarebytes?

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Outpost Firewall 2009 (free) and the firewall that comes with Norton 360.

Just so i understand. When I run an on demand scan with Malwarebytes (as it is the free version on this computer) , one of the firewalls is asking me if i want to let Malwarebytes do something? And I assume it is always alright to let Malwarebytes do whatever it is attempting, so I just click allow?

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