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  1. Hi, All these files should no longer be detected anymore.
  2. RThomas, for you case, this was fixed earlier already.
  3. cweston, can you please dequarantine the files and zip and attach them to this thread? Also, please add the path AppData\Local\NVIDIA\NvBackend\Packages\ to your exclusions
  4. Hi, Thanks for the file. This should be no longer detected.
  5. Hi, Unfortunately, we can't do much with a screenshot, so please read the instructions here what info we need from ARW: Thank you for testing our beta!
  6. Hi, Can you zip and attach the DAO.21274243.exe file please? Also, please add the AppData\Local\NVIDIA\NvBackend\Packages\ folder to your exclusion list Thanks!
  7. Thanks - figured that machine was running an older database Mystery solved
  8. Hi Matthew, Additional question, what database version are you running? Because this shouldn't be detected anymore for a while already though. So unsure if you're running the latest database or a much older version.
  9. Ah yes, I'm sorry. I forgot about this - This can't be excluded unfortunately and you don't want to exclude the entire system32 folder either. We will look into this if we can adjust our detection, so it won't find this one anymore.
  10. Hi, This ( win32app_1) is actually an Alternate Data stream that is attached to the system32 folder here, hence why we detect. See here for more information what ADS are: https://blog.malwarebytes.com/101/2015/07/introduction-to-alternate-data-streams/ We have come across this win32app_1 once in a while and we aren't sure what program generates this one. We are still investigating, but this one doesn't look like a malicious alternate data stream, although it's very uncommon nowadays for adding alternate data streams to folders, especially the system32 folder, hence why we alert here. You can safely ignore this detection - and in case you select to remove this anyway, malwarebytes will just remove the alternate datastream only, so it won't break anything.
  11. Hi Cobbgw, This file will no longer being blocked by Malwarebytes Antiransomware. Thanks for bringing this to our attention!
  12. Hi, This update is live now, so please update your database. This shouldn't be detected anymore now.
  13. Hi, This is a false positive indeed and will get fixed in next database update which will be in a few minutes. Thanks for reporting!
  14. Hi, Can you restore from quarantine and update the database? And see if it's still detected? Because this has been fixed for more than 2 weeks already.
  15. Hi, Please read here: Thanks!