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  1. I have an Hp Omen 15 laptop running the latest Windows 10 OS with all patches. I noticed three times now, that when my battery is running low, Windows pops up a low battery warning, which I respond by plugging in the wall outlet cord. When I do this, Immunet pops up a Malicious Activity Detected warnings saying: 1 of 2 "Behavioral Protection detected malicious activity [UserInitMprLoginScrcipt Registry Key Used For Persistence]. No remediating actions were taken." 2 of 2 "Behavioral Protection detected malicious activity [UserInitMprLoginScrcipt Registry Key Used For Persistence]. No remediating actions were taken." I suspect that when I plug in the cord, Windows runs something which triggers these warnings. Lastly, it would be really nice if you changed the warning dialog box text to be selectable, so I can copy/paste it into a message, or better yet put a button on there that you can click and it copies all pertinent information to the Windows clipboard and/or to a file that one might attach to a message like this.
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