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  1. Hello @Gt-truth: No MBE Beta v1.0.46 block seen for the Revo Uninstaller download here. Please attach the usual screenshot that documents the URL and what you're experiencing. Thank you.
  2. Hello @adas: I stand corrected. Thank you.
  3. Hello @adas: Outstanding! Thank you. BTW - the 3368 document states the version is 3.9 Please disregard my now obvious error. I have also corrected my #7 post. Thank you. cc: @treed
  4. Hello to All: Seeing @alvarnell's work with another member about six hours ago, I first did a bit of housekeeping to my MacBookPro11,3 above and followed with a cold boot. I still failed to find an update notification for Malwarebytes for Mac so I opened the GUI and selected "Check for Updates..." and then the 3.9.23 update did a trouble-free download/install. Though not called out, I followed with a cold boot. When checked after a manual scan, the database is 4.0.406. My system's total manual scan time of 1:25 has understandably increased with the usual number of objects scanned. With all 3.9.23 features enabled, I do not detect any difficulties. I look forward to an updated releasenote/changelog. Thank you team members for the update! cc: @treed
  5. Hello @lucko and welcome back. Please delete any/all Malwarebytes tools, documents and/or utilities you may have on your computer. The Malwarebytes tools/utilities you used last June are now obsolete. Then start at step #1 below. Please download the procedure document: Uninstall and reinstall using the Malwarebytes Support Tool to your computer's desktop. Download the most recent Malwarebytes Support Tool to your computer's desktop. This tool's version should be mb-support- Save your work and quit all open user applications. Restart your computer's Microsoft Windows Operating System (OS). After the restart completes, open the above document and sequentially perform the procedures starting at step #5. If all went well, a free edition of Malwarebytes for Windows (MB3) release version should have been installed. Please try running a MB3 Threat Scan and then reply to this topic with your computer's current status. Thank you.
  6. Hello @Gary R: To your next reply to this topic, please attach only, both the latest Scan and Clean text file logs that document the PUP file that failed to restore. Also, please specify which PUP file failed to restore from quarantine. Typically, both text file logs are located within the C:\AdwCleaner\Logs\ directory. Thank you. Reference: Malwarebytes AdwCleaner Log Files cc: @fr33tux
  7. Пожалуйста, товарищ
  8. Hello @Sebbyb1: Dave has been, is now, and shall always be an industry expert in malware. This forum, and others like this one, have seen this scare tactic you received and similar before. I truly do admire your concern and your willingness to seek the help of experts in this field. I agree with Dave. If Dave gives you advice, take it to the bank. I wish all computer owners & users were as evolved as you. Cheers
  9. Hello @Sebbyb1: Your next helper would like to know that. Please reply to your new topic with the same information as was suggested above. Good luck to you!
  10. Hello @Sebbyb1: As an adjunct to Dave's always excellent advice, if you have Malwarebytes for Mac v3.8.17.2526 already installed and updated with database v4.0.402, then run a manual Threat Scan and include the results in the new topic Dave has suggested you create. If Malwarebytes for Mac has never been installed on the Mac, please consider making it part of your Mac's defensive arsenal. The first/initial download/install automatically activates a 14-day free premium trail by default for your evaluation. Reference: Download and install Malwarebytes for Mac You may always amend your new topic with the above mentioned scan results. Thank you.
  11. Hello @joebytes and welcome back: I am strictly guessing. However, I suspect you are selecting "My Account" from the "Sign in's" drop-down menu. Yes the password criteria has undergone a security upgrade that requires an better password. The next time you visit My Account, select "Forgot password?" and create a new safer & more complex password. Please post a reply to this topic with your success. Thank you.
  12. Hello @Alwithaprob: Maurice has rephrased what I posted above and he's quite right. I have requested that forum management move your entire topic to the Windows Malware Removal Help & Support sub-forum. Thank you.
  13. Hello @Alwithaprob: Not to worry. It happens several times per week. IMHO the mb-support-X.X.X.XXXX.exe GUI could do with some reworking. Since you have accomplished the mbst-repair, we need to see a fresh mbst-gather if you have the time. BTW - that computer's C:\ partition is running dangerously low on free space. Please consider some serious cleanup that strives to achieve about 25% (or more) free space. Your "white lamb" could also use some minor cleanup within Windows 10 itself. If that system tries to update to W10 1903 (from 1803) the process would likely fail before completion. Also, please give close scrutiny to updating Mozilla's Firefox and Java. Both are quite dangerously out-of-date. Reference: Free Up Drive Space in Windows 10 Thank you.
  14. Hello @Kamui: Please restart that Windows 10 system into the usual Normal mode. Do not launch any other user applications. Run the recently updated mb-support- utility again but instead, follow all the steps in the following procedure. Uninstall and reinstall using the Malwarebytes Support Tool Restart Windows 10 to Normal mode one additional time. Then, please reply to this topic with the then current status of that Malwarebytes for Windows (MB3). Thank you.
  15. Hello @Kamui and : I have requested that forum management move your post to its own topic so as not to detract from the OP and the efforts of others. In the meantime, please follow my request in post #3 and ONLY run/post the mbst's gather function. Then, please await further instructions. Thank you.
  16. Hello @Alwithaprob: Please tell the forum if the mbst-grab, you have posted. was taken before or after you ran the mbst-repair. Then, please await further instructions. Thank you.
  17. Hello @Alwithaprob and Thank you for using Malwarebytes 3 for Windows. Please follow only steps 1 thru 8 in the Upload Malwarebytes Support Tool logs manually procedure. Then, attach the mbst-grab-results.zip archive file in your next reply to this topic for proper analysis by Staff/Experts. Thank you.
  18. Hello @yardbird: Almost three-dozen known Windows cleaning utilities exist. Yet, you may wish to look at BleachBit. BleachBit is a highly regarded, powerful, multi platform, open source, freeware utility whose origins go back to 2008. BleachBit may be conventionally installed in Windows or run as a portable app. BleachBit is quite compatible with the most recent Windows 10 1903 release build. To maximize its abilities, the user's learning curve could be steep for some but well worth your time. HTH
  19. Hello @pnamajck: Quite to the contrary. Employing the rootkit module, in manual or scheduled threat scans, will add a significant amount to the total time to scan completion. As an example, a manual threat scan of ~400K objects may take four and one-half minutes to complete. Adding the rootkit option will increase the completion time to well over eleven minutes. The consumer base has and would complain bitterly with the above time deltas if it were not for the electable option turned off by default. However, your point is not altogether lost on me. All of my threat scans (manual or scheduled) have the rootkit option on. Thank you for using the free consumer edition of MB3. HTH
  20. Hello @selfagency and Thank you for your interest in Malwarebytes for Mac. Please consider reading @treed's stickie at Malwarebytes and macOS Catalina betas Thank you.
  21. Please consider notifying the Malwarebytes IT support folks. Thank you. SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN https://click.malwarebytes.com/ Unable to communicate securely with peer: requested domain name does not match the server’s certificate. HTTP Strict Transport Security: false HTTP Public Key Pinning: false Certificate chain: -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- MIID7TCCAtWgAwIBAgICLDQwDQYJKoZIhvcNAQELBQAwaDELMAkGA1UEBhMCQ1ox DzANBgNVBAgTBlByYWd1ZTEOMAwGA1UEChMFQVZBU1QxHTAbBgNVBAsTFFNvZnR3 YXJlIERldmVsb3BtZW50MRkwFwYDVQQDExBBdmFzdCB0cnVzdGVkIENBMB4XDTE4 MDEwMzAwMDAwMFoXDTIwMDMxMTEyMDAwMFowgZExCzAJBgNVBAYTAlVTMRMwEQYD VQQIEwpDYWxpZm9ybmlhMRYwFAYDVQQHEw1TYW4gRnJhbmNpc2NvMR0wGwYDVQQK ExRTQUxFU0ZPUkNFLkNPTSwgSU5DLjEXMBUGA1UECxMOSW5mcmFzdHJ1Y3R1cmUx HTAbBgNVBAMMFCouczYuZXhhY3R0YXJnZXQuY29tMIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEF AAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAt5weqxK6Hn2Bj9QqQ4b0rlt/7wHWTUgQL8ZZza6EYPML 5NVcsIn5irvZfs0hibmjGoFT+05k6JEQ36eWznH/aiq3HIijPPa+tlTtXZ6jUEXG vVi/vy8tTOrRUgSuQafvqqv6OwseHLxetTM/E7fkvESdsvK2MopwzSJkxJntYTIx nJBThphxmQgXHCBRwzpBmpMU2UK+Y8OEuM3fYDyoK2uAGMY8Rf48R8wREn4CHPvP kL+V3cymkQXGO0mVllLjLswgdQ8giRjSKZUXZp5TGDeM8WAC/SyHSemK0vi2ne4c 2cjubMV/QSIQisC2suodOK0q2v1b8T6qbQrv4Ez6WQIDAQABo3cwdTAdBgNVHQ4E FgQUbOtd6Eqf0MiL8rtdrFo/XqPm+rswHwYDVR0jBBgwFoAU7O6Cd4ufHdx5ujiC vqg8q0PE0n8wMwYDVR0RBCwwKoIUKi5zNi5leGFjdHRhcmdldC5jb22CEnM2LmV4 YWN0dGFyZ2V0LmNvbTANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQsFAAOCAQEAQq5QTqJ1neHz61/LXxL8 c9XHVDpV5m9hYu/HOTfrI8mLE/FV977DOC8+SQUwnIu4sJpgbiVVA1LR67xiYuX/ dnT1MRJ6s9zROnE9ANOJgihWx2sLD8r1T7SrebDlOoWVj4QBP3MbAmalQxnvXHjj IRajftEmDHDlD+T2N5GiWuYfgGKwfn8r3ANHI5dLKQUSR/6Mbk3o/HR37RKlyjva 3Z9tZ+NB2QFUus9o1UduwaoY8cFTOQqkAQNdmqy/T/X+iOKASgSstY6F/MA7eQOp rrOrhyvC+F3KB2Bt0unNVC5cbthFsWMjGST4mp4yG6a5jh7qHNo7ntuRfcKf1UlC zg== -----END CERTIFICATE-----
  22. Hello @Polonut and Please follow only steps 1 thru 8 in the Upload Malwarebytes Support Tool logs manually procedure. Then, attach the mbst-grab-results.zip archive file in your next reply to this topic for analysis by Experts/Staff. Thank you.
  23. Hello @montaguejp and Please follow only steps 1 thru 8 in the Upload Malwarebytes Support Tool logs manually procedure. Then, attach the mbst-grab-results.zip archive file in your next reply to this topic for analysis by Experts/Staff. Thank you.
  24. Hello @Techsys: Corporate policy change has consolidated product information to the Malwarebytes Support server at: https://support.malwarebytes.com/ The very most up-to-date release notes are still always part of the release announcements within the locked stickies at the top of this sub-forum: https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/248757-mb38-is-here/ Release history, with release dates, may now be found on the support server in the right-hand column (Common Topics) at: https://support.malwarebytes.com/community/windows The release notes for Malwarebytes 3 for Windows are also at: https://support.malwarebytes.com/docs/DOC-3295 HTH
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