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MBAMask

@speed.planet.nl

MBAM - where is the quarantine?

Hi,

Maybe a dumb question:
Where is the Quarantine of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware?
(XP-home)
I might need to submit some files in the quarantine to other companies (assuming that I'm allowed to do so).
Thanks in advance.



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LoneWolf16

join:2008-01-20
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Right on the main GUI.


fatdcuk
Premium
join:2005-02-20
England

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C:\Documents and Settings\Application Data\Malwarebytes\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware\Quarantine

But the files will be ofuscated to a degree.

IIRC the only way is restore them from quarantine which means re-infecting your computer and then manually collecting the files from the infected enviroment.


MBAMask2

@speed.planet.nl
reply to MBAMask

It's me again (the original poster).
Shortly after I posted the question, I found the quarantine folder (dumb me!). Thanks nevertheless for your replies; I appreciate them.
I don't think that I will restore them on that computer (not mine but friends computer); I had already too many problems to try to clean it...
Anyway, I've burned the quarantined files on a CD, just in case I can do something with them when I'm back home.
Files like:
ahtn.htm
senekarfvitudo.dll
senekatsnvxume.dat
senekavppxewed.dat
senekaxgupqjwq.dll
senekaybwwkrje.dll
seneka.sys
senekatfqhbqwb.sys

and Panda had already detected some Pakes

etc. etc.