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  1. Yes, I want to roll back, too. 1. Please confirm if the definition files are the same for 1.75 and the newer versions? (If they are, it seems to me that you could use 1.75 indefinitely.) 2. Please confirm an official drop dead date for support for 1.75? Thanks, Matt
  2. First, thanks for your help. I do appreciate your time and the information you provided. I don't post much here, but if you search my posts, you will find my one other thread, where I praise Malwarebytes and state how happy I am with the software and support. Now things have taken a turn for the worse. It is very obnoxious to jam upgrades/updates down a users throat like this. I am sure that there are many features and fixes that Malwarebytes has done that they think warrant this update. And maybe they do. But the first "feature" that should have been added was the one that allows a user to determine when they want to do an upgrade, without nagging them multiple times a day, if they do not choose "right now". This is usability 101. I paid for a license, and I don't think I should be forced to upgrade with a gun to my head. I don't want to be alarmist, and I am sure the software is still worth having on my computer. But I am disappointed. Malwarebytes used to be a breath of fresh air, but lately they have been doing stuff like Norton or Mcafee or one of the other big companies that I choose not to support. Sad.
  3. My current version is: "Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (Premium)", accoridng to the titlebar of the program. I want to avoid any upate at this time, and avoid all nag screens.
  4. Hello, Malwarebytes is asking me to upgrade. I do not want to do this right now. So I click "Later". Within a few hours, it is pestering me again. WIth other software, there is often an option like "Remind me in 1 hour", "1 day" or "Never". I wish Malwarebytes had this thoughtfull option. How can I get Malwarebytes to quit promoting me to upgrade, without doing an upgrade I do not want at this time? Thanks, Matt
  5. Thanks for the fast replies! This is the first time I have had to come here for support, and didn't know what to expect. I paid for the pro version of MBAM, and based on this amazing support, I am glad I did! Much appreciated, Matt
  6. Thanks for the quick reply. I asume you mean attach it in this thread? Here it is! Cheers, Matt nslookup.zip
  7. A full scan found this: Files Detected: 1 C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-nslookup_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.17514_none_29a6795f7d1218c6\nslookup.exe (Trojan.FakeMS) -> No action taken. I did some google searches and though there was confusing info out there, my feeling is it was likely a False Positive, so I took no action. I did a full scan within 12 hours and nothing was found. So, what do the experts think, was this a False Positive? Thanks, Matt
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