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  1. +1 Paying customer here too, and I hate the fact that I now have adds in a software that I paid for...Maybe it's because they did not make enough money because back then it was a lifetime license...
  2. Wow! That did the trick! FYI, I had to reboot after unchecking the self-protection module. Just as the article said: "In some cases, a restart of the computer is required before you can remove the icon". I can say that the protection module really works . Very good and fast support, thanks!Have a great day.
  3. Hi, Since I upgraded to MBAM 2.x, I can not delete the public desktop icon. Windows 7 SP1 PRO x64 FrenchMalwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.0.2.1012 PRO (Paid version)In a administrator CLI : C:\>del /F /Q "C:\Users\Public\Desktop\Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.lnk"C:\Users\Public\Desktop\Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.lnkAccès refusé."Accès refusé." mean "Access denied".C:\Users\Public\Desktop>icacls ".\Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.lnk".\Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.lnk BUILTIN\Administrateurs:(I)(F) AUTORITE NT\INTERACTIF:(I)(RX) AUTORITE NT\Système:(I)(F) aal-PC\aal:(I)(DE,DC)1 fichiers correctement traités ; échec du traitement de 0 fichiersC:\>icacls /? [...]DE - SuppressionDC - Suppression de l’enfant[...]"Supression de l'enfant" mean "Supression of the children". So, I'm supossed to be able to delete the file, but can't... The user "aal" is in the admin group: C:\Users\Public\Desktop>net localgroup AdministrateursNom alias AdministrateursCommentaire Les membres du groupe Administrateurs disposent d’un accès complet et illimité à l’ordinateur et au domaineMembres-------------------------------------------------------------------------------AdministrateuraalLa commande s’est terminée correctement.Even tried to suppress it with an admin Cygwin shell: aal@aal-PC /cygdrive/c/Users/Public/Desktop$ rm Malwarebytes\ Anti-Malware.lnkrm: impossible de supprimer « Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.lnk »: Permission denied"impossible de supprimer" mean "impossible to suppress" Unlocker was not able to delete the file. Even at reboot. The file is on a clean SSD (no bad cluster). The computer is not infected at all and was not infected in the past. Tried to delete the file without MBAM running and did not work either. I have the problem with this only file. Is this a bug from the upgrade? How can I delete it within Windows? (I know I could use a live boot CD/USB key with Ubuntu (for instance) to delete the .lnk, but I want to know what happend...) Thanks.
  4. Thanks for the reply. Subject solved.
  5. Hey, thanks for the reply daleduc1. Of course it's normal . But I was wondering why it is required? I mean the real-time scan ALREADY have administrative rights (I mean I guess so to quarantine a process or block a TCP/IP connection) so why Malwarebytes ask me for administrative rights when I start the scanner then!? (Right click on the tray icon / "Star scanner"). For instance, I use Comodo Internet Security Free as a security suit with your application, and the program already have administrative rights and never "ask" for administrative rights if I want to start a manual scan. (It's just an example...). An other example, CCleaner have an option (In Options/Advanced -> "Skip user account control warning"). I think they use a schedule task to skip it. Hope it's more details. Sorry if my english is rough. Thanks for your time, AAL.
  6. Hi, I have just bought Malwarebytes PRO and there's a little thing that annoys me a lot. Malwarebytes always need the UAC permission to start, event when the Filesystem Protection and Website Blocking are enabled. UAC example (from Wikipedia) when I start Malwarebytes : Why does the program need my "authorization" each time I want to start the scanner? The program ALREADY have the permission, the real-time scan is running... Thanks for your time. AAL.
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