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  1. https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows/windows-10/february-2019/ Malwarebytes isn't doing too well here. Which is a pity because MBAM used to be THE go-to solution to remove malware from your PC. Back in the says, MBAM had the name to be the "most recommended malware remover by OTHER AV-companies" because users who contacted the helpdesk of other AV-companies with infected systems, more than often got the advice to download and run MBAM to clean up their systems. But it seems that Malwarebytes is doing less than optimal as overall virus detection and prevention tool.
  2. I got the same message on my Windows Desktop. Malwarebytes Premium Lifetime. How do I stop this? Because I learned not to click on ads I killed it with task manager. But I'm not sure if it will come back or show up at my other computers. (Who also have licensed versions of Malwarebytes)
  3. For privacy reasons, I will not post these logs, but you can view the system specs here: https://tweakers.net/gallery/23645/inventaris/?inv_id=434529 When the issue returns I can post a screenshot of my task manager.
  4. Is there some CPU usage leak here? At my home server (Windows 7 x64) Malwarebytes 3.5.1.2522 tends to take up to 50% of my CPU when I chek back to my server after a week or so. I can resolve it by quitting Malwarebytes and reloading it, but in the end, the issue comes back over time. (Multiple days of uptime)
  5. Okay. I consider this a strange policy, but I have my answer. Thanks. In the past I was able to edit it myself with no problems, and I had even fewer posts.
  6. I am logged in. When I click my user name ==> account settings ==> edit profile, I get the error message: "You are not allowed to edit this profile" When I cannot even edit my own profile, who can? Is there a way I can fix this?
  7. I fully agree that this should have been tested better. But still, mistakes are and will be made by humans. And with updated software + Norton security you are well-defended against malware already. So, you can safely uninstall Malwarebytes. Of course, the best defense is a a cautious user and no anti-malware software will defend you enough against reckless (online) behavior.
  8. You're always running into risks. Uninstall Malwarebytes and run the increased risk of security issues where Malwarebytes would protect you against. Switch to a different AV vendor, only to sooner or later discover that they also have their bugs and problems. Most A/V vendors sooner or later run into an issue with performance, BSOD's or false positives on critical system/application files.
  9. Malwarebytes was just using 29GB of my 32 GB of RAM memory. Malwarebytes 3.3.1.2183 Component version 1.0.262 Update package 1.0.3798 Windows kicked my Guild Wars 2 game out of RAM apparently to give Malwarebytes more space (bad choice there) Please fix. I do not plan on buying even more ram.
  10. Yes, how do you get from members group to one with ability to edit profile picture? I own four lifetime malwarebytes licences if that makes any difference.
  11. I really thought I had set a profile picture before but it seems to be gone. And I can't find how to set a new one. When I click "Edit Profile" the forum tells me " You are not allowed to edit this profile".
  12. You may want to verify with Process Explorer if the running processes add up to the total used memory: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/process-explorer#download
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