Recently, whenever I try to start KakaoTalk on Windows 10, I get this message and the program exits:
Themida: A monitor program has been found running in your system. Please, unload it from memory and restart your program.
Themida says their product:
Themida ® Advanced Windows software protection system, developed for software developers who wish to protect their applications against advanced reverse engineering and software cracking.
So, it sounds like it is something within KakaoTalk that is detecting something on my system. It has not been saying this, but only started saying this after a recent KakaoTalk software update.
What needs to be done so this messages goes away and I can use the KakaoTalk app on Windows 10? Is there a way to troubleshoot what process is conflicting with KakaoTalk?