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  • Birthday 12/04/1997

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  1. Nice!! Looking forward! I just hope maybe the incompatibilities with the Pale Moon browser gets resolved as another of our folks has just reported an issue to us.
  2. Not supported. Well that's not good as I know many in the school I teach at (I'm a tutor for Special ED students) who still use Vista, not to mention the school has several lend out laptops running Vista x64 SP2 Business.
  3. Hey I'm over viewing the guidelines and when it says, "injecting a comment into a thread for the purpose of placing a link back to a website offering the same services offered here; or services totally unrelated to this website," I'm unable to quickly guide you guys to right information which would further help solving any issue I have or others have? Not to mention extending out a giving hand with other forum communities/businesses. So if I made a mistake hyper-linking our forums here, please feel free to edit it.
  4. Yes in the "Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware Beta" area, which I successfully achieved when changing my UA in Pale Moon. Your welcome and thanks for listening. Now if there's anymore information you'll need, just let me know so I can try to see what I can do. I also want to mention that I'm not the lead developer (Moonchild, as well as Matt A. Tobin) of this project, but just an active member of their forums. So if you need further corporation with us, I'm sure our friendly community will be able to help out as best to their abilities. -P.S. I did save errors/warnings I got from the browser console, but I'm unable to find them now. Well I'm sure I can get the same results again once I remove my UA override. Just let me know and I'll provide it, ok. Best regards, LimboSlam
  5. Hello there, I just want to say firstly that I love MBAM and all the developers here who give great customer service! Now down to business, ok. Today while I browse this forum with my favorite browser called Pale Moon (an Open Source, Goanna-based web browser forked-off from the Firefox/Mozilla source code, focusing on efficiency and ease of use), I ran into an issue where I can't seem to post and create a new thread, yes that's right. Here are my screenshots: So after doing some troubleshooting, I found that this forum does some strict UA detection, such as looking for the Firefox slice in ones browser, particularly the version of Gecko. Unfortunately I had to put in an override for you guys in about:config: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64; rv:26.0) Goanna/20160222 PaleMoon/26.1.1. This is just one out of so many I could've picked that works, as long as it has an updated Gecko version or the Firefox slice in the UA. Yeah this isn't a rendering issue cause by the browser per se, or because the browser (Pale Moon) is unable to render this forum or the specific functions of it, but rather by this forum presenting different Web designing code to our browser because of what it thinks it is. But I could be wrong as I took an educated guess knowing this: Best regards, LimboSlam
  6. Yes thank you for pointing me to the right direction. I'll do this later today, ok. Keep up the good work! :like:
  7. Nice! Can't wait until the next update! Ok, so I found the issue and it seems you guys do some strict UA detection, such as looking for the Firefox slice in ones browser. So for you guys, my override is: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:26.0) Goanna/20160222 Firefox/26.0. Yeah this rendering issue isn't caused by the browser per se, or because the browser (Pale Moon) is unable to render this forum or the specific functions of it, but rather by this forum presenting different Web design code to our browser because of what it thinks it is. But I could be wrong as I took an educated guess knowing this: So knowing that, our version of Gecko/Goanna (Goanna (an independent implementation derived from Gecko) is the name for the Open Source layout/rendering engine used in the Pale Moon web browser) Now where would I take this up officially so I can ask your developers or team leaders to support Pale Moon properly. To do this, you would just need to look for the Pale Moon slice and the version of Goanna, which is v2.0. No this isn't outdated as we are fork and so rebooting the version number of the engine (found in Pale Moon v26+) to something more manageable and clear than a direct product-tied version of Firefox (Pale Moon isn't affiliated with or subject to either code releases or publication plans of Firefox/Mozilla Corperation), and will be updated as the engine is updated.
  8. Well I don't know if this could be connected, but after several restarts (I do a lot of beta testing and thorough troubleshooting on my PC) MBARW protection turns off, so this would also be good to look into while you guys are at it. Good luck and thank you for your great products!
  9. Just as the reads. Oh, an FYI, Pale Moon (an Open Source, Goanna-based web browser forked-off from the Firefox/Mozilla source code, focusing on efficiency and ease of use) doesn't seem to like this forum. I can sign in, search and read threads here, but when it comes to actually posting or creating a new thread, it won't show the field to start typing. Why is that? Anyways, here are my attachments: FoxitUpdater.zip mbarwind-00.zip MBAMSERVICE.zip Ok sorry, there was another attachment which was the setup.exe of Foxit Reader, but it was to large. So I hope this enough.
  10. Yes I'm having the same issue too, so should I attach my false positives and post it here, or start up a new thread?
  11. But I'm still sticking with v1.75. I hope you you guys can understand Thanks for all the help!
  12. yeah, hey I'm sorry that I misunderstood also I actually decided to stick with MBAM v1.75 because It has not failed me yet and I like the GUI! -PS: I have done my own troubleshooting and it turns out my laptop can't handle a lot. But with a little tinkering and some new software replacements, the new MBAM v2.0.2 has successfully ran without any problems!
  13. Thanks for the apology and will get back to you in a few hrs or so. Man, it's late!
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