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About kc6108

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  1. Hmm, it seems the TestFlight beta testers aren't being fully utilized. That is unless version 1.3 is really 1.2.2 (or very close I mean). No big deal. It’s just I’m a Software Engineer by trade. It may have been a long time since I’ve actually coded, but I’m intimately familiar with the SDLC. I take my beta testing responsibilities seriously. I’ve also been a Malwarebytes user, supporter, and proponent for over 10 years. This mix isn’t good for my OCD lol
  2. I noticed Malwarebytes 1.3.0 is available in the AppStore, but I’m still testing the 1.2.2 version. I would have liked to test 1.3.0 because I’ve submitted several bugs that I’d like to test. I don’t have a Pro subscription, so I can’t install the AppStore version to test. Please advise as I’m still not interested in purchasing a subscription but still want to help you guys test as I use MBAM extensively on other platforms (with lifetime licenses, etc). I’d rather not get a trial subscription from you guys as I’d rather have the Beta version installed. I go through my TestFlight testing list a
  3. I am experiencing almost constant high CPU usage running what I believed was the beta version of MBAM Activity Monitor shows RTProtectionDaemon as the culprit. Less than a month ago I installed a fresh copy of macOS Sierra (10.12.6) onto my mid-2010 MacBookPro. It was lightning fast until I installed MBAM. I also have Sophos Home installed (see NOTE 3 below). I figured I'd see Sophos and MBAM utilizing high CPU together (running into one another), but that does NOT seem to be the case. Just to make sure I: 1) Uninstalled Sophos and there was NO change in CPU utilization and 2)
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