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I have to ask about Bat2Exe. I downloaded and converted the bat file I am using to an exe file. When I ran it, Malwarebytes immediately blocked and then quarantined it. Any thoughts on why that would have happened? The same code runs fine as a bat file and also as the file using the command prompt with the file created by the method mentioned in the opening post of this thread.
Thought I would step in here. I have been a user of the battoee app for a few years. I also use MB Pro. MB does block those apps by default as you noticed. If you have MB Pro you can create an exception and the battoexe apps and their associated apps will work fine. I contacted the creator/owner of the battoexe app and he is aware of the conflicts. My experience is his apps are safe.
 

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Thought I would step in here. I have been a user of the battoee app for a few years. I also use MB Pro. MB does block those apps by default as you noticed. If you have MB Pro you can create an exception and the battoexe apps and their associated apps will work fine. I contacted the creator/owner of the battoexe app and he is aware of the conflicts. My experience is his apps are safe.
Thank you for that information, it's good to know. I suspected as much but didn't take he chance. I have a list of other exceptions in MB Premium so will just have to figure out how to word this one. Its properties says, "C:\Program Files\Bat To Exe Converter\Bat_To_Exe_Converter.exe" So maybe that is what I can use. In the past, my exclusions have been all websites so allowing a program is new to me. But I'll give it a try.
 

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Thought I would step in here. I have been a user of the battoee app for a few years. I also use MB Pro. MB does block those apps by default as you noticed. If you have MB Pro you can create an exception and the battoexe apps and their associated apps will work fine. I contacted the creator/owner of the battoexe app and he is aware of the conflicts. My experience is his apps are safe.
Apparently I do not know how and haven't been able to allow Bat To Exe Converter to run. I tried its path inside the Programs folder and also just it name, which also somehow selects its entire path. I recreated the exe file and I restored the exe file and MB still blocks and quarantines it. So I am not getting it to run. MB did not give me the option at any time to run the file anyway.
 

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Apparently I do not know how and haven't been able to allow Bat To Exe Converter to run. I tried its path inside the Programs folder and also just it name, which also somehow selects its entire path. I recreated the exe file and I restored the exe file and MB still blocks and quarantines it. So I am not getting it to run. MB did not give me the option at any time to run the file anyway.
It has been a while since I installed this app. I just checked and noticed I do not have an "exception or allowed threat" for this in MB. I do have it's folders set as an exclusion in MS Anti-Virus "Exclusions". In my case, I do not have MB registered with Defender. I do not know if that would cause a separate issue. When I initially installed the app MB did object. I spoke with Brandon Dargo at the time. He was aware both Defender and MB and try to block it. It is possible I only created the eception in MS Defender AV and just told MB to ignore the threat. Don't remember exactly, but I do still have exclusions in MS AV. Your call of course. There may be some additional current information on his web site.
 

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It has been a while since I installed this app. I just checked and noticed I do not have an "exception or allowed threat" for this in MB. I do have it's folders set as an exclusion in MS Anti-Virus "Exclusions". In my case, I do not have MB registered with Defender. I do not know if that would cause a separate issue. When I initially installed the app MB did object. I spoke with Brandon Dargo at the time. He was aware both Defender and MB and try to block it. It is possible I only created the eception in MS Defender AV and just told MB to ignore the threat. Don't remember exactly, but I do still have exclusions in MS AV. Your call of course. There may be some additional current information on his web site.
I tried using Brandon Dargo's program, which I also had used before, and the results are the same. It is Malwarebytes that is stopping it. I looked at all the FAQs there and I didn't find any help. Also, I did not find a way to contact him.

I do not have MB register itself in Windows Security Center, which allows Windows Defender to be the main AV program, the way I understand it. I do not have any exclusions in Defender but when it scans, it rarely finds anything to block.

Thanks for your help.
 

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I tried using Brandon Dargo's program, which I also had used before, and the results are the same. It is Malwarebytes that is stopping it. I looked at all the FAQs there and I didn't find any help. Also, I did not find a way to contact him.

I do not have MB register itself in Windows Security Center, which allows Windows Defender to be the main AV program, the way I understand it. I do not have any exclusions in Defender but when it scans, it rarely finds anything to block.

Thanks for your help.
I received his email address when I first purchased the application. Acdtually I do not know if you can contact him if using the free version. I do know that he replies to emails rapidly.

His email address is at the bottom of his site download page.
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I received his email address when I first purchased the application. Acdtually I do not know if you can contact him if using the free version. I do know that he replies to emails rapidly.

His email address is at the bottom of his site download page.
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Thanks again for your help. I just used a tool MB sent me to upload the log files connected with the ticket I created the other day. They are to review them and get back to me as far as what to do next is concerned. Hopefully, the will have a solution. I just don't understand why allowing the program itself on MB's Allow tab didn't work. BTW, I am using the Free version of that program. I just don't see me having to use a program like that often enough to justify purchasing it.
 

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Thanks again for your help. I just used a tool MB sent me to upload the log files connected with the ticket I created the other day. They are to review them and get back to me as far as what to do next is concerned. Hopefully, the will have a solution. I just don't understand why allowing the program itself on MB's Allow tab didn't work. BTW, I am using the Free version of that program. I just don't see me having to use a program like that often enough to justify purchasing it.
Thank you. I agree it has features not necessarily needed or readily taken advantage of. I used the free for a couple of years and kept checking on the updates. One of the reasons I purchased it was just to see if all of the features worked, and they have worked with Win 10 and Win11 so far.
 

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Thank you. I agree it has features not necessarily needed or readily taken advantage of. I used the free for a couple of years and kept checking on the updates. One of the reasons I purchased it was just to see if all of the features worked, and they have worked with Win 10 and Win11 so far.
I have not heard back from Malwarebytes yet after uploading the log files to them. Maybe they will say it has something to do with using the free version. I doubt it though since I tried using 2 separate compiling programs. Not sure compiling is a correct term anymore but, if I remember correctly, that is what similar programs did in the DOS environment.
 

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I have not heard back from Malwarebytes yet after uploading the log files to them. Maybe they will say it has something to do with using the free version. I doubt it though since I tried using 2 separate compiling programs. Not sure compiling is a correct term anymore but, if I remember correctly, that is what similar programs did in the DOS environment.
Just wondering. HAve you tried completly disabling MB and then check?
 

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Just wondering. HAve you tried completly disabling MB and then check?
No I didn't because if it is actually stopping a Trojan virus, as it says it is, I don't want to have that on my machine.
 

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As mentioned previously, Malwarebytes stops and deletes the exe files I created using both Bat To Exe Converter and Advanced Bat To Exe Converter. I do have a support ticket open with Malwarebytes and they have requested I send them a zip file containing the exe files that Malwarebytes is blocking. I have sent it to them no less than 4 times using my Outlook and email account. They keep saying that they haven't heard from me lately and want to close the case. The attached file is a screenshot of the zip files that I can easily attach using Outlook but since they say they aren't getting my emails, I tried sending the same zip files using my Gmail account. It will not attach the Bat Files.zip you can see in the attachment. Any idea why Gmail will not allow me to attach this Bat Files.zip folder?
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Any idea why Gmail will not allow me to attach this Bat Files.zip folder?
Cuz they're .exe's, Gmail won't send em!
Change the extension to .txt, or sumthin, then send them..., tell your recipient to change em back.
 

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Cuz they're .exe's, Gmail won't send em!
Change the extension to .txt, or sumthin, then send them..., tell your recipient to change em back.
OK, thank you. I'll try that.

Just tried and, I guess, because they are zip files or at least inside a zip folder, I cannot change the name. I don't get the option to do that. I think I'll try to recreate them, change the name, and send them without making zip files out of them. Thanks for your help.
 

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Cuz they're .exe's, Gmail won't send em!
Change the extension to .txt, or sumthin, then send them..., tell your recipient to change em back.
Well that did not work. I changed the exe and Gmail still blocked it. I made individual zip files and Gmail blocked it. Thanks again for your suggestion.
 

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Well that did not work. I changed the exe and Gmail still blocked it. I made individual zip files and Gmail blocked it. Thanks again for your suggestion.
Bummer! :(
Try sending them via Google Drive...

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Hi, in explorer can you open this path please: (different than before)
%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar

In there you can try to copy the shortcut of the executable you want
 

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Hi, in explorer can you open this path please: (different than before)
%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar

In there you can try to copy the shortcut of the executable you want
Thank you but malwarebytes has deleted those files once again and I am going to wait to see if Malwarebytes replies to me on an email I didn't attach anything to. I am not at all sure they are seeing any of my replies.
 

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Thank you but I didn't see a way to attach them. I don't have a google drive and don't store anything in the cloud, if that is a requirement.
If you have Gmail you have Google Drive. It has a respectable 15 GB for free.

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