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Suspicious Action from Google Crash Handler Blocked by Kaspersky?

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#1 MML


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Posted 05 August 2016 - 04:45 PM

Back once again, giving my computer a check-over :P


So on Monday Kaspersky blocked a bunch of attempts by Google Crash Handler to Duplicate Internal Process Handlers, read memory from other processes, inject code and access memory from other processes; no popups but these all show up in my detailed reports.  There was also one instance of Windows Explorer being blocked for reading memory from other processes.  Chrome and my VP are updating as normal, but I suppose it wouldn't be a bad idea to check in once again over here to make sure all is well.


Might it be the latest build of Chrome installing and Kaspersky being overprotective?  No really suspicious behavior detected since beyond App X Deployment Extensions DLL launching today.

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