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Posts posted by Francois_Blais

  1. Hi Ron.

    The slowdown is extreme when I compile an executable file with the LabView development system. (National Instruments)

    The program is configured in MBAM's exclusions, but it doesn't seem to help.

    Sole other protection software was MSE.

    With MBAM removed, compilation is very fast again.

    Sole thing I can think of, is that the executable file is created on a network drive.

    Maybe MBAM's IO is much slower on network drives?




  2. I'm not sure I'd call this a bug.

    ISO archives scanning just don't seem to be supported at the moment.

    From the help:

    Custom Scanning Options

    These settings provide capability to determine the functional areas that will be scanned. They are as follows:

    • Memory Objects: Memory which has been allocated by operating system processes, drivers, and other applications. It is important to note that threats detected during scans are still considered threats if they have an active component in memory. As an extra measure of safety, memory objects should be scanned.
    • Startup and Registry Objects: Executable files and/or modifications which are initiated at computer startup, as well as registry-based configuration changes that can alter startup behavior.
    • Archives: If this setting is checked, archive files (ZIP, 7Z, RAR, CAB and MSI) will be scanned up to four levels deep. Encrypted (password-protected) archives cannot be tested. If left unchecked, archive files will be ignored.
    • Rootkits: These are files stored on your computer's local disk drives which are invisible to the operating system. These files may also influence system behavior.

  3. I like the part of the sentence that says "that might actually work"...

    Honestly, the situation with MBAM 3 is pathetic IMHO.

    I hope they do a post-mortem when (if) this new release gets ok and remember it when they plan version 4.

    Actually, *I do not have problems with the latest build* besides that it slows down the PC a *lot*.


  4. 8 hours ago, Tarun said:

    That doesn't really give any reasons as to why you feel this way. Also, my question was to Francois Blais before the topic got merged into this one. :)

    Is simply turning it off not sufficient enough? Bear with me, I'm trying to understand your point of view with this. Seeing as drive space is no longer an issue in this day and age.

    Like Durew said, continuous warning messages...

  5. 4 hours ago, Super Dave said:

    But.................. if 2.2.1 continued support aka database updates is all MB would consider it would be better than having users abandoning MB altogether

    Which may happen (and is probably already happening) if MB3 doesn't get better soon.


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