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iisjman07

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  1. A common problem when scanning an infected machine is that antimalware tools can't download the latest updates, making them pretty much useless. I use malwarebytes frequently on machines with no internet connection and I usually get round this by copying the rules.ref database file from my clean pc in C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware onto my flash drive and restoring it on the infected machine. I think it would help a lot of people if as well as internet updates, MBAM gave you the option to copy definitions to a flash drive and restore as well. Let me know what you think... Thanks MBAM team for making an awesome antimalware tool
  2. I'm an IT tech and I have always been told MBAM works best in 'normal mode' as opposed to Safe Mode because it works best when all the malware is currently running (among other reasons that I can't remember) and this problem is exacerbated when scanning a slaved hard drive. My question is how will a boot time scanner avoid these issues?
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