Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit

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  1. fblais

    fblais Registered Member

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    Did you report the problem to Pbust, bellgamin?
    (so he's aware of the problem and fix it)
    Are you running XP?
     
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  2. Tinstaafl

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    I had a problem launching Opera in Windows XP with the latest MBAE, and had to fall back as well.
     
  3. anon

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    Sept 21:
    1.10.1.41 installed on top of 1.10.1.37 [Premium],
    Windows 10 Pro x64 (Version 1703 - Build 15063.632).
    Browser: Edge and IE11 only.

    No problems so far.
     
  4. Tarnak

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    Just updated silently to v1.10.1.41... I am running the premium version.

    MBAE_auto updated_from v1.10.1.24 to v1.10.1.41.JPG
     
  5. puff-m-d

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    Hello,

    A new experimental build, version 1.11.1.18, has been released...
    Announcement and download link: Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit 1.11 Build 18 released
     
  6. anon

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    @puff-m-d ,
    Thanks!
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    The changelog seems the same for 1.10 & 1.11...... :confused:
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    1.11.1.18 installed on top of 1.10.1.41 [Premium],
    Windows 10 Pro x64 (Version 1709 - Build 16299.19).
    Browser: Edge and IE11 only.
    No problems so far.
     
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  7. puff-m-d

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    Hello @anon,
    You are most welcome ;) ...
    I noticed the same thing :confused: ...
     
  8. bellgamin

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    Latest beta didn't get along with some of my other apps. Is this beta still rated for use on WinXP?
     
  9. anon

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    @ anon Thanks -- that link helped a lot! I've reverted to 1.10.1.24, as others did at that link, so it's running now. I do hope they get it fixed for XP lovers.
     
  11. cyberlost24

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    Late to this thread,but also hoping a fix will soon be available for xp users who tried to use the 1.10.1.41 version....had nothing but grief with it...froze my browser (FFx),and numerous programs of mine wouldn,t open..
    Fortunately had a setup backup of 1.10.1.24,and all is good again....
    Sorry,don,t have any logs that were created by the bad creating program...
     
  12. Tinstaafl

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    Still waiting for a MBAE fix for Windows XP-SP3. Had a lot of browser problems with the update. Rolled back, and still running v1.10.1.24 without issues. Auto updates are now disabled.

    I initially assumed my problems were due to an Avast product update, but still had these issues after a clean Avast uninstall. Was surprised to discover that it was due to MBAE.

    The latest version is working fine on my Win7-SP1 and Win 10 boxes.
     
  13. puff-m-d

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    In latest 1.11 added the following:
    Fixes related to MS office operations: Crashing/opening/closing
    Anti-Exploit Beta 1.10 Build 41.
    Fixes:
    Fixed dll uninjection issues resulting in ghost process
    Fixed dll uninjection issues with chrome extensions
    Fixed false positive with FLTLDR.exe
    Fixed false positive with QTTabBar plugin in Opera
    Fixed hooking and detection issues with archive applications
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    Here is the latest standalone beta of anti-exploit 1.11:
    Fixes:
    Fixed dll uninjection issues resulting in ghost process
    Fixed dll uninjection issues with chrome extensions
    Fixed false positive with FLTLDR.exe
    Fixed false positive with QTTabBar plugin in Opera
    Fixes related to MS office operations: Crashing/opening/closing
     
  15. pcalvert

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    Which beta version currently works well on Windows 8.1?
     
  16. cyberlost24

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    Anyone tried this new release to see how it plays with XP SP3??
     
  17. anon

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    Hello,

    A new experimental build, version 1.11.1.40, has been released...
    Announcements and download links:
    Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit 1.11 Build 40 released
    MBAE 1.11 build 40 - Latest experimental build
     
  20. act8192

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    Does it work OK with the latest Windows 10 (1709 Fall Creators) considering substantial changes in windows security/windows Defender?
    I have MBAE premium (I think that's what it's called). Worked on Windows creators 1703 just fine, but how about now?
     
  21. pcalvert

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    MBAE renders Sandboxie totally unusable on Windows 8.1 (32-bit). Chrome, Firefox, and IE were very slow starting up, and very sluggish after they finally loaded. As an example, it took 4 to 5 minutes for Firefox to begin to appear after it was launched. Disabling MBAE's protection didn't help, which initially fooled me into thinking that MBAE wasn't the cause. However, after uninstalling MBAE the problem was gone. Even so, I'll probably keep MBAE and dump Sandboxie, since web browsers were just barely usable when sandboxed.
     
  22. puff-m-d

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    Hello,

    A new experimental build, version 1.11.1.45, has been released...
    Announcement and download link:
    MBAE 1.11 build 45 - Latest experimental build
     
  23. loungehake

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    Windows XP works fine with the latest experimental MBAE Beta 1.11.1.45. I have tried it on 3 XP systems and all the previous problems which have arisen since MBAE 1.10.1.24 have been fixed. MBAE Beta 1.11.1.45 is the fruit of the developers' efforts to make MBAE work well with Windows XP again.

    It also works well with Windows 7 (64-bit) which is no surprise.
     
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  24. cyberlost24

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    Waiting to hear from more members,if indeed, this new beta,cures all the problems associated with the last beta for XP SP3
     
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