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Windows 7: Correct settings for MBAM?

23 Oct 2014   #11

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

You might consider on the bottom of the setting page Advanced settings and on the bottom of advanced settings uncheck the box to continue running background apps when chrome is closed,

Doing so might stop these odd apps like the one you posted about from effecting other browsers or local programs in the future,

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23 Oct 2014   #12
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1

Dennis, not all 'anti-malware' protection products detect add-ons that you don't want. Actually some people prefer these insipid BHO's!! ... hard to understand, but they do.
Anyway, have a look here How to View and Disable Installed Plug-ins in Any Browser
Disable and uninstall all unwanted plugins and add-ons from your browsers.
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24 Oct 2014   #13
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1

And then their are people like me that check and or scan for those little browser goodies often even though I'm not having problems.

A little trick I do when downloading something that give a option for a lovely little add on.
After selecting not to get the lovely with pencil and paper make notes of what was offered.

After you have installed the program ect. that you wanted do a search for the programs ect. that were offered and you declined. That is where the notes come in handy.
Just because you declined those lovely little goodies dose not necessary mean they weren't download and installed. Those little check marks can be programed to do anything.

If you run into this checked or un-check you get what you don't want remember the site and don't use it again.

A while back some things from CNET did this little trick.
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