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  1. Is there any update on when this will be fixed. Got back from working at a different location and am surprised that after 10 hours this is still an issue.
  2. Exile, thank you - I updated the program and checked the exclusions in NOD. I noticed that the files & path I had in there from before are slightly different to the listing of files in your link. E.g it shows this as c:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes"Anti-Malware\mbam.exe as opposed to C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes\Anti-Malware\mbam.exe . Was the program originally 32 bit and is now 64 bit? Can I just copy/paste all the file locations listed in the link above to replace the ones I must have carried over from an earlier installation?
  3. Just wondering if anyone else is noticing slow loading of https pages - usually banking sites. While normal surfing is ok, I noticed that for those sites that are https and require logins, it takes longer to do the usual secure connection and then resolving the dns. Often the twirly circle goes on for 20-30 seconds before moving to the relevant page. At the moment I am still using MWbytes Premium V 3.3.1 on 7.64/bit. Also wonder if there is any new known issue with combining this with NOD V 11 though I have used both together for years.
  4. Ron, just noticed that there is a thread already over at windows secrets forum - so hopefully this will be worked out https://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/191961-Malwarebytes-labels-Pentontech-as-malicious
  5. Ron, not sure about the bankruptcy and how this relates to the case. I have subscribed to the newsletter and this has been coming through normally. I also have not had any spam, so have no intention of asking them not to send me the email I received. The issue was only that for the first time today clicking on the link that was meant to open the newsletter online I am getting the MB alert. I will see if someone on the window secrets forum can shed any light on this.
  6. Ron, sorry but I think you misunderstood. The link works fine for me too and does not cause any action by MB. I am getting the alert when trying to click on a link inside my email that goes to the article to be read online as opposed to within the email program. The actual offending link within the email is http://app.info.pentontech.com/e/er?s=1885539667&lid=28679&elqTrackId=ee03574368d6457c8af5c950de4367cc&elq=b4cc6c40b9a6461fbece23b312a549c8&elqaid=5797&elqat=1&utm_rid=CPNET000001627792&utm_campaign=5797&utm_medium=email&elq2=b4cc6c40b9a6461fbece23b312a549c8 This has not happened in the past.
  7. I have been receiving a newsletter from Windows Secrets for many years and usually prefer to read the letter online. Clicking the link in the letter causes MB to kick in with information that the domain aap.info.pentontech.com under IP address 209.167.231.27 on port 54170 has been blocked. While I can find some reference via google on spam from pentontech, using virustotal on the actual ip address comes up as clean. Accessing the relevant information via their forum/archived newsletters https://windowssecrets.com/newsletter/ask-winobs-how-much-privacy-control-do-i-have-in-cortana/ does not trigger any action by MB either . Would that be a FP?
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