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_CyberGhosT_

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Note From pbust:
Known Issue:
* If installing the upgrade on Windows 8.1 x64 over a previous Beta, the service may not start automatically. In this case, simply click Start Protection on the Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware dashboard or run the Beta installer a second time.

Improvements:
* Enhancements to prevent false positives on legitimate software

Issues Fixed:
* Fixed issue that could have led to program crash when enabling protection
You may choose to download and install over the top or wait for the automatic upgrade to prompt you to apply the upgrade.

Source: Beta3 released - Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware Beta - Malwarebytes Forum
 

Av Gurus

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BETA 5
Download link (beta5 - build 0.9.14.361)
https://malwarebytes...durlr7yr8lp6d8g

Known Issue:
• If installing the upgrade on Windows 8.1 x64 over a previous Beta, the service may not start automatically. In this case, simply click Start Protection on the Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware dashboard or run the Beta installer a second time.

Improvements:
• Improved internal log format to better distinguish between the various Anti-Ransomware beta versions
• Adjusted embedded license so that earlier beta versions could be expired and users would be encouraged to move off older versions and onto the latest available beta

Issues Fixed:
• Fixed issue that caused high-CPU and memory usage and resulted in a process crash in certain cases
• Fixed issue where the current state of the protection status was not remembered correctly after a reboot

Please report any issues you might find in this forum. Both Nathan Scott, aka Decrypterfixer, our resident ransomware researcher and Technical Product Manager of Anti-Ransomware, and myself, will be happy to help out with any feedback.
 

TheJokerz

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Hello,

I have an office 365 subscription, and it went to update this weekend and this product marked click-to-run service as ransomware. I did not even think to grab a screen shot of this when it happened. I had to unistall and re install office 365 to get it to work again. This was on a windows 10 home edition machine. I can try and get it to replicate the issue and post shots on here if you would like.

Thanks
 

paulderdash

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Hello,

I have an office 365 subscription, and it went to update this weekend and this product marked click-to-run service as ransomware. I did not even think to grab a screen shot of this when it happened. I had to unistall and re install office 365 to get it to work again. This was on a windows 10 home edition machine. I can try and get it to replicate the issue and post shots on here if you would like.

Thanks
Yes - it has flagged ClickToRun on my machine also and I reported the FP with required details.
And then it flagged it again, even though it was now in the Exclusion list, and I reported again.
I see others have also had this issue. So they do know about it.
 
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