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  1. All you really have to type is ncpa.cpl and it takes you to the same windows...
  2. Hello and Welcome! Looks like a reboot is pending on your computer, can you reboot and see if Malwarebytes works correctly after that?
  3. Hello and Welcome! What version of Windows are you using? What Resolution do you have set on your computer? Is it by chance Maximized? Did you make changes to the DPI settings on your computer?
  4. Hello and Welcome You can go to https://my.malwarebytes.com/en/login and create an account using the same email address you used when you purchased Malwarebytes. There you can manage your license info.
  5. I believe MS patched this in the May 2019 updates... but thanks for the info all the same.
  6. Your Welcome, and glad we could help, should you have further questions, don't hesitate to ask.
  7. Hello and Welcome! Wow that's a lot of files... I assume your doing a custom scan, if that is the case it will scan the whole drive. As @David H. Lipman above has mentioned I don't think there is a limit. BTW that scan will take many hours to complete, and IMHO its really not needed. A threat scan is the way to go.
  8. A report last week about Fxmsp hacker group claiming access to the networks and source code of three antivirus companies with offices in the U.S. generated from alleged victims statements that are disputed by the firm that sounded the alarm. Up until this week, the names of the victims remained undisclosed to the public due to the sensitive nature of the matter and because authorities had been alerted of the incidents. But the cat's out of the bag right now, as the victim antivirus companies have released statements that either downplay, contradict the findings, or have decided to neither deny nor confirm the incident. BleepingComputer has obtained exclusive unredacted evidence from fraud prevention company AdvIntel showing communication from the Fxmsp hacker collective naming three of the victims. AdvIntel has collected information about the activity of Fxmsp and its sellers on underground forums (mostly Russian speaking) and gathered instant messaging logs of the actor discussing their access and trove of data they were advertising to sell for up to $300,000. GET FULL STORY: Bleeping Computer
  9. Hello and Welcome @Mayuri Looks like you topic may have been overlooked. You can contact support by going to the Support Web Site, there you can chat with support, or contact them via email. As for forgetting your password and not getting a reset link, make sure you check you junk/spam folders for any replies that may have gone there. If you still have issues you can PM a staff person like @LiquidTension and give them your license details there.
  10. Lifetime license have always been for 1 device only.
  11. As @David H. Lipman has already stated... leave it alone. Most of the file in C:\Windows you want to leave alone as those are needed for Windows to run correctly. You should be very cautious in deleting anything if you don't know what the file does or what its for.
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