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Not a false positive. This is something malware often does and there is not way to tell whether it was set by malware or by the user. If you set this yourself, ignore it and it will not come back again.

I don't set it i know at this time i was on a website and something is changing a registry key. I checkt my hole system again with other security products but no results only malwartebites tells me that before i don't had this .


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There is no way for MBAM to tell if malware has changed this key or if the user has so we side with the potential victims of malware and fix it , if you have set this entry yourself please use the ignore option (there are multiple legit applications that could have disabled this option) .

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