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  1. Hello @liborio and Malwarebytes staffers/developers will require specific data to begin a thorough analysis. Please read the sticky at Having problems using Malwarebytes? Please follow these steps: and start at step #4. Then, please attach the generated mbst-grab-results.zip archive file to your next reply to this topic. Thank you. https://translate.google.com/#view=home&op=translate&sl=en&tl=it
  2. Hello @galileo: Some difficulties that come to mind are: Use of the same license on more than one computer. Failure to deactivate a license when moved to another computer. Your license Keys/IDs in question may not have been purchased from a legitimate source. If they were legitimate, the Keys/IDs may have been compromised by another/others. Etc. Regardless, licensing issues need to be resolved by opening a ticket with https://support.malwarebytes.com/community/consumer/pages/contact-us HTH
  3. Hello @holland and @topangajack: As your observations may not impact all Malwarebytes 3.7.1.2839 users, please post the mbst-grab-results.zip archive file for those systems with similar symptoms. Thank you. Reference: Having problems using Malwarebytes? Please follow these steps: cc: @LiquidTension
  4. Hello @PA.Dutchman: Malwarebytes staffers/developers will require specific data to begin a thorough analysis. Please read the sticky at Having problems using Malwarebytes? Please follow these steps: and start at step #4. Then, please attach the generated mbst-grab-results.zip archive file to your next reply to this topic. Thank you.
  5. Hello @Prizrakov: Please reply with the requested screenshot of any related and remaining error. Thank you.
  6. With the standing 4.0.353 database, the first Threat Scan checked about 120 less objects and finished a few seconds earlier than average. As always, thank you all for the update.
  7. Hello @Prizrakov and In your next reply to this topic, please attach two (2) files: A Screenshot of the error displayed. Open the Malwarebytes GUI -> Reports -> select the relevant error log entry and then select the Export button. Thank you.
  8. Hello @ScottL51: Thank you for the good news update. Please let the forum know if you need help again.
  9. Hello @ScottL51 and Following the instructions from the Uninstall and reinstall using the Malwarebytes Support Tool document, please perform a MBST based clean reinstall of the release version of Malwarebytes 3 for Windows. Only if the computer's reported issue remains unresolved, please perform a MBST based gather per the instructions from the Upload Malwarebytes Support Tool logs manually document, except skip step #9. Then, please attach the generated mbst-grab-results.zip archive file in a reply to this topic. Thank you.
  10. Hello @MeCems74 and With the update of Malwarebytes for Mac 3.6.21 > 3.7.30, the App Block feature was introduced. The v3.40.0 client of FileZilla's disk image file returns the following VT analysis: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/3ff81c70dcf11ed18d11e47913655d44aa7d258ec83a0cb8cf987a652705cb43/analysis/ From the Malwarebytes for Mac pull-down menu bar icon, Stop App Block could be selected and similarly so from the Malwarebytes GUI. In the presence of the above 7/51 VT report, the call is yours. HTH
  11. v2019.02.23.02 is the current database version as I send this.
  12. Hello @anon743: The OK response indicates the XP system has the basic connection abilities to the Malwarebytes' database update server. Actually, an upgrade to the legacy version (3.5.1.2522-1.0.365) is recommended. MBAM 2.2.1.1043 simply can not offer the protection the super vulnerable Windows XP requires. Has MBAM 2.X updated its database now? Thank you.
  13. Hello @Ray83 and Without question. That is Lawrence (Grinler) Abrams' site. Members of their Malware Study Hall group train malware removal experts globally. Occasionally their copies can be old but integrity is high. Still, users are always best served downloading from the author's/developer's home site or designated site. Malwarebytes is no exception. When and if an AV is indicated, sometimes one utility is not enough. The same applies to other security utilities. Sometimes no AV tool is required at all. RKill is a security utility authored by Grinler. Since you are unfamiliar with RKill, you are advised to not use this powerful tool without malware professional guidance. Seriously. If a computer you work with has been infected, and you lack the formal training, it would be best if you study the sticky at I'm infected - What do I do now? and then start your own topic within the Windows Malware Removal Help & Support sub-forum. It's free! HTH
  14. Hello @anon743: Using that XP's default browser, please reply with what is displayed when a connection is attempted to: https://sirius.mwbsys.com Thank you.
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