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SloppyMcFloppy

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  1. Well, i'm running free version right now but i might buy the license if my Emsisoft is compatible with it.
  2. Thanks for the picture! Do i have to add Emsisoft components to the Malwarebytes exclusion as well?
  3. Thanks for the head up! Sorry for misunderstood ya, now i understand what is going on. But i think Emsisoft Anti Malware 9 real time can protect me enough, even though i like to use Malwarebytes along side of it because of how wonderful it is, and for my knowledge no single software can protect 100%, so having 2 might protect 100%.
  4. Alright, but how do i set those two up so they wouldn't conflict or fight over each other?
  5. Can you explain to me why they are not compatible with each other? Because Emsisoft state that their real time protection will work with Malwarebytes. Here is the forum i refer to >> http://support.emsisoft.com/topic/7427-question-about-compatability-with-malwarebytes/<<
  6. Hey Malwarebytes members! My name is Jason and i been one of your fan of using malwarebytes products, i even have both anti malware and anti rootkit on my machine. But today, i come here and ask does Malwarebytes Anti malware compatible with Emsisoft Anti Malware 9?, because i read on your website that you state malwarebytes compatible with any antivirus, so i just making sure it is, and if its compatible how can i set this two running in real time without any conflicts? Thanks!
  7. I did a scan with MBAM, HitmanPro,AdwCleaner, and TDSSKiller. TDSSKiller find two intel file which is associated to my motherboard driver and is unsigned so it is false positives. TDSSKiller.3.0.0.42_15.12.2014_14.39.22_log.txt HitmanPro_20141215_1438.log MALWAREBYTES ANTI MALWARE LOG.txt AdwCleanerR2.txt
  8. Hello everyone my name is Jason and I am a new member on this forum but not new to MBAM, so if I do something wrong which I doubt I already did because I post this thread on the wrong section. But the question is regarding if I am infected or not because I use Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 64 bit and when I click on the Internet Explorer settings icon > Advanced > under Reset Internet Explorer Settings > I see a highlight words with Information icon said " Some settings are managed by your system administrator" But I did not change any settings on the Advanced tab and the only thing I change is the Privacy section which is disable 3rd cookies and enable 1st cookie and that's it. After that I ran a couple of scan with Avast, Malwarebytes anti malware + malwarebytes anti rootkit, SuperAntiSpyware , Emsisoft Emergency Kit, and HitmanPro and all came out clean? So am I infected with "Some settings are managed by your system administrator" message under Reset Internet Explorer Settings?
  9. Hello everyone my name is Jason and I am a new member on this forum but not new to MBAM, so if I do something wrong which I doubt I already did because I post this thread on the wrong section. But the question is regarding if I am infected or not because I use Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 64 bit and when I click on the Internet Explorer settings icon > Advanced > under Reset Internet Explorer Settings > I see a highlight words with Information icon said " Some settings are managed by your system administrator" But I did not change any settings on the Advanced tab and the only thing I change is the Privacy section which is disable 3rd cookies and enable 1st cookie and that's it. After that I ran a couple of scan with Avast, Malwarebytes anti malware + malwarebytes anti rootkit, SuperAntiSpyware , Emsisoft Emergency Kit, and HitmanPro and all came out clean? So am I infected with "Some settings are managed by your system administrator" message under Reset Internet Explorer Settings?
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