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Exploit.BottomUpASLREnforcement is Malwarebytes name for a technique that adds randomization to the memory heap when the protected process starts.
Exploit.BottomUpASLREnforcement adds randomization to the memory heap when the protected process starts. This stops exploits from happening by making the location affected by buffer overflows and similar attacks unpredictable.
Malwarebytes protects your system by using Exploit.BottomUpASLREnforcement and displayes the warning Exploit blocked by Bottom-Up ASLR Enforcement
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