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  1. No Frank they are not valid licenses. And for the rest of you with licensing difficulties, don't worry, Malwarebytes will resolve any issues. You will not loose your license if it is valid. This company has one of the best, if not the best, support in the business.
  2. More info. https://blog.malwarebytes.com/detections/pup-optional-webwatcher/ More than likely someone will move this to the malware removal thread.
  3. The Windows old folder should delete itself after one month, if you can't wait you can remove it through disc cleanup. I would leave it in case for any reason you need to revert back to the previous version.
  4. I'm sure infrastructure in the US gets attacked thousands of times per day, I find it strange that they have to put out a bulletin specifically referring to attackers from Iran.
  5. My experience with this is that ever since version 3 came out the icon in the task bar has disappeared occasionally, a restart has always brought it back. Shutting down brings it back sometimes, I shut my computer down every night, the icon can be missing for 4 or 5 days in a row then all of a sudden reappears. No rhyme or reason why this occurs. I have fast start enabled.
  6. Malwarebytes is compatible with most, if not all, anti-virus programs, occasionally there may be a conflict with a certain anti-virus and many times this may be specific to one computer depending on what other software is installed. If you or anyone else thinks there may be a conflict then please post what anti-virus you are running and someone here will help you to make exclusions so that any conflicts may be mitigated.
  7. Hi Chuck, please provide the logs as indicated below. If you are having licensing issues, please do the following: Thanks in advance for your patience. -The Malwarebytes Forum Team
  8. Since no one knows exactly what this was then absolutely it could have infected you. You need to follow Firefox's advice, the only way to know for certain if there is an issue or not.
  9. You can upgrade to all new versions as long as your subscription is active.
  10. This program does what it says it does, its like CCleaner on steroids. I've tried it several times with no issues. Some find it overly aggressive though, in other words it may remove something that it shouldn't have such as a needed registry item. I wouldn't use it unless you are experienced enough to determine if a certain item should or should not be removed safely. In other words don't run this program blindly and delete everything it asks to. Safer option is CCleaner, best option is built in Windows tools.
  11. On the left hand side click on "Reports". Find the report for the scan you did, double click it, a box should pop up, click on the "Advanced" tab, all the info you need should be in there.
  12. Just enter your id and key numbers in your installed version of MB3 and you should be good to go. Usually exclusion aren't needed, Defender and MB3 work well together. You should use this setting though:
  13. There shouldn't be any issues using McAfee and MB3 together on your computer. I cannot comment on using MB3 for Android as I do not use it on my phone but it would not be a bad idea if you are not using anything else. Worse comes to worse you may have to set exclusions on your desktop if issues arise, it that occurs just post back here and someone can provide help.
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