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  1. OK - I installed the new version. The one where the file properties show version No issues. I open MB and go to "About" and the version number is Go figure. I have no idea whether or not I have the latest production version.
  2. Two more questions...why doesn't the update feature in MB update my version to the newest version? Or do I always have to download and install the latest version manually? I guess three questions - should the Release History and News for April reflect the fact there is a new version or are they folks just "late" in posting? I get really confused with MB trying to keep the versions straight so I'm just trying to understand how this all works. Thanks (again).
  3. I have version / 1.0.867 installed. When I ran "check for updates" it didn't find anything. From what I can figure out looking at release history at https://support.malwarebytes.com/hc/en-us/articles/360045570313-Malwarebytes-for-Windows-update-April-2020 I'm ok. However, when I visited https://fileforum.betanews.com/ it listed version This, I assume is beta. I am not interested in testing beta so I didn't download and install. However, I went to the main MB site https://www.malwarebytes.com/premium/ and downloaded the MBSetup.exe file for the heck of it.
  4. The UI is simply not professionally looking - apart from the fact it's not intuitive. Sorry to the people who put this together but don't ask for feedback if you don't want it. You have a top product. Interface should be clean with a minimal number of clicks to get you what you need. As has been pointed out we very rarely get into the UI. We set it and expect it to stay set. And please remove the cartoon stuff. Too much anime watching guys.
  5. Will Windows Firewall Control be part of MBAM 4?
  6. I'm ok - just more curious than anything else. MB has informed me of many PUPs - like a few utilities from Sysinternals or NirSoft. It seems to be doing a great job at doing what it is supposed to. I just wasn't sure if there was an issue as many other AV vendors were represented on the amtso site. Thank you for your response!
  7. A recent article on ghacks.net (https://www.ghacks.net/2018/08/20/how-to-enable-windows-defenders-potentially-unwanted-programs-protection/) discusses "Setting How to enable Windows Defender's potentially unwanted programs protection" As part of that process a test site is referenced to attempt to download a PUP. https://www.amtso.org/feature-settings-check-potentially-unwanted-applications/. This page not only lets you download a test file but also mentions vendors that support this feature. Malwarebytes is not among those vendors. I have no idea if this is an issue - I make no judgement
  8. Very strange. I turn it off every night. Thanks for deleting the file...
  9. OK - now the issue seems to be resolved. Don't understand - that is the same version I installed when it was first released...
  10. For no apparent reason real-time protection turned itself off. I have the latest premium version. It was running fine this morning. I rebooted this afternoon and now I can't get it turned on.
  11. Where would I go on this site to check that I have the latest version of all components? For example, I have / 1.0.122 / 1.0.2044. I started to download the file and the download screen said So apparently I have the latest and greatest installed. And my version is newer than what is available on the site. My question is I can't find where the version information for all these components is kept so I can verify I have the latest and greatest.
  12. Absolutely. Trying to code against somebody trying to break your code has to be a pain. And then "stuff that happens" takes over. Thanks for resolving this as quickly as you did.
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