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About LRK

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  • Birthday 04/20/1942

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    In the poor part of Silicon Valley
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    Living another day to kill spammers and scammers.
  1. In version 2.0, the user (you) must set the uodate interval. It's in SETTINGS, but in Automated Scheduling not Update Settings. It's now considered an automated task, I s'pose. Yeah, should have been in Update Settings. I've set mine for 2 hours, which seems to be working well.
  2. Is it safe to assume that Malwarebytes-on-a-stick carries its own OS? For example, assume a computer is operational (nothing is broken and I can get to SETUP), but it will NOT boot into an OS. Other utilities (such as Norton Ghost) boot from the CD under these conditions. Without a working OS, Malwarebytes can't use that computer's Internet connection. Is the procedure to update the stick using a working computer, then try to work magic on the infected one? It has only been a few years (post Pentium IV) since USB support was provided by the BIOS without the need of a working OS. Again,
  3. Interesting. I was just admiring how much faster version 2.0 is running a full threat scan than 1.75, which took HOURS. I can do a complete threat scan of the same computer in 44 minutes now. The threat scan is the most complete; there are still options for (what used to be called) quick scan and flash scan. Those are very fast. Unfortunately, those options are not easy to find on the dshboard.
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