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I just upgraded from an old computer to a new one. I set up MWB and entered my license details. The Premium license was remembered, and the correct expiration date was calculated. However, it informs me that real-time security is disabled and refuses to allow me to activate it (the control is grayed out). I restarted the machine, but nothing changed. There was no difference after I left and restarted MWB. As a consequence, I’m adding the diagnostic logs so you can tell me what’s wrong.
I found something that I believe is relevant to the issue: I bought two seats (mine and my wife’s) and have been using them successfully. “My account” displays two buttons, one with and one without a license ID. If I enter the one with the license key, it switches to the “other” ID, so it’s possible that your program is seeing it as two seats trying to share a license. The license associated with the old PC was deactivated, so it shouldn’t be seeing this as a third PC.
This may be related to a reported problem with Windows 10’s Memory Integrity. Please try disabling Memory Integrity using the instructions on this page to see if Exploit Protection works properly after you’ve done so and restarted the system.

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Exploit Security defends programs on your endpoints from vulnerability exploits. Endpoint efficiency and security are balanced in the default settings. Exploit Protection’s Advanced Settings allow you to configure it.
The exploit payload cannot run and corrupt the device because of the Application Behavior Security settings. If an exploit is able to get through the previous layers of security, this is the last line of defense. This layer also detects and prevents non-memory corruption exploits, such as Java sandbox escapes and program design manipulation exploits.

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To @Lenny Fox as well – EMET was said to have a more user-friendly GUI by users in old MT posts, but I’m not sure because I’ve never used it. Current exploit security has been extended, as seen in the above-mentioned connection. It can seem intimidating to use without much guidance from Microsoft, but using WSC to configure one program at a time is really not that difficult.
Same thing, but just comodo firewall, mbae, or checkmall appcheck, too difficult to set up myself, increases anxiety that I’ve missed something, when those tools cover it automatically.
Same thing, but just comodo firewall, mbae, or checkmall appcheck, too difficult to set up myself, increases anxiety that I’ve missed something, when those tools cover it automatically.
Only in name is it complicated. Users who are unfamiliar with machine processes, such as myself, can be frightened by the names of the settings. The practical reality is that when configuring an app, these settings are simply a matter of trial and error. Despite this, most users are intimidated by the names – if they bother to open and explore exploit security settings at all.

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My real-time exploit security is continuously shutting down. It used to be on all the time, but then it stopped running, forcing me to upgrade MB, which I did. It’s no longer running. As instructed in another user’s question, I’ve attached the log file.
I want to express my gratitude (virtual handshake, if you don’t mind) for your volunteer efforts. I am thankful for a peer who is able to be of help because they go out of their way to spend this much time with me, regardless of whether the issue is solved or not.
FYI: I installed the beta iteration (v3.4) over the new production version after reading a post in which a member mentioned no signs of any security services turning off or not enabling (eg, the real time protection services.)
I am aware of the risks and consequences of running (any) software that has been released in a beta compiled state. Do you want me to proceed with your suggestion now that I’ve said that? (I’m more than happy to do so.) Can I just let “well enough alone” run beta now that things are back to “normal”?

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