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  1. Hi there! Just catching up and saw this thread. Appreciate the feedback on this topic! To confirm what @AdvancedSetup said, please know that we do fully intend to build out additional functionality that will allow you to control whether you see promotional messages. This will be rolled out into a future update automatically once it's available.
  2. Hi there! Just catching up and saw this thread. Appreciate the feedback on this topic! Please know that we do fully intend to build out additional functionality that will allow you to control whether you see promotional messages. This will be rolled out into a future update automatically once it's available.
  3. Further update on this... After very positive feedback from our beta, we have officially released this update with the fix to general availability. Please see this post for details.
  4. Hello-- We have just released a new beta version that intends to address the performance issues that can occur with Ransomware Protection enabled on Windows 10 2004. Please see this post in our beta forum for more information. You can opt in to receive beta updates by launching Malwarebytes 4, going to Settings > General > Beta updates and then toggle the switch so the setting is enabled. After you've opted in to the beta updates, manually check for updates from that same screen: Settings > General > Application Updates and then click the Check for Updates butto
  5. Hi all-- We are aware of an issue with Windows 10 2004 and Malwarebytes that can lead to performance problems. This seems to be related to conflicts with our Ransomware Protection. Please see this Knowledge Base article for additional information. We are actively investigating, and have recently been able to reproduce the issue in-house. We hope to narrow down the root cause shortly. For now, here's our recommended mitigation suggestions: Delay upgrading to Windows 10 version 2004 until a fix is available. Reboot your system. Perf
  6. @D56 the response above from @exile360 is correct. When running Malwarebytes 4 the "Endpoint domain information" is what the program looks at to determine whether Malwarebytes is installed on a machine that is connected to a domain (e.g. typically a business domain.) It has nothing to do with browsing history or web traffic / website domain addresses. Hope that helps!
  7. Hi Firefox-- I know there's been some confusion around this recently, so hopefully I can clarify. There are a couple of different types of component package updates that we regularly release. Standard component package updates that include a release announcement in our main Malwarebytes for Windows support forum, specifically tracked on this thread. These will typically include new protection enhancements and SDKs, occasional new features, defect fixes, performance improvements, etc. The changes included in these updates will be seen by and available to all users who have those
  8. Hello, all-- We are very excited to let you know we've just launched a major version upgrade to our flagship Malwarebytes product for both Windows and Mac. Please see all the details here in this post for Windows and then see the details for Mac here. There's some exciting new enhancements, so we encourage everyone to learn more and take the new versions for a spin! Please share your feedback with us in the appropriate product forums linked to above. We appreciate all your continued support!
  9. Hello, Malwarebytes Community-- We're very excited to announce the release of Malwarebytes 4.0 for Windows! This release provides a major evolution of our detection technology, as we announce our new Malwarebytes Katana Engine. The Katana engine combines innovative new detection technologies with our best existing detection engines to bring you even greater security. In addition to the malware detection improvements, we've redesigned the user interface with a cleaner and simpler design: Key features: Improved zero-hour detection – pinpoints new threats as they
  10. Hi throkr! Thanks for your continued interest. 🙂 We currently expect to have the next MB4 beta available for everyone in the next week or so, assuming all goes well with testing. Unfortunately I can’t be as specific for the final version. 😉 A lot depends on continued testing results and feedback from the next beta. This is the right forum to check for all the latest info though, so keep watching for updates! We’ll get the next beta version out for you all just as soon as we can.
  11. Thanks for the positive feedback on the new interface @siliconman01 and @throkr. Our designers worked very hard on that. Keep us posted on any other feedback you might have as you continue using the beta.
  12. Hi @m314— Thank you for reporting this. As exile360 noted, this definitely sounds like a bug. I’ve asked one of our quality assurance team members to reach out to you separately to see if we could better understand what might be happening in your case. The message you referenced should only display once, so perhaps there is some issue tracking that it has displayed once already on your computer. We appreciate your contacting us about this so we can investigate.
  13. Hello, Malwarebytes community! We would like to invite you to test out our latest Malwarebytes 4 Beta. You can download the Beta installer from this link. The Beta supports manual upgrades from Malwarebytes 3.8.3. In case of any issue with a manual over-install, we recommend a fresh install. Upgrading from previous 4.x versions is not supported. As with all previous Betas from all previous versions, this one provides a preview for identifying possible defects and allows early access to new features. We caution that Betas are not fully tested by Malwarebytes and may include signi
  14. In the past few days, there’s been some confusion around our lifetime licenses (those with no expiration date and only sold between 2008-2014) and our choice to start enforcing their original terms. First of all, we’re sorry. We should have done a better job letting you know this change was coming, and we understand why some of you are upset. In an effort to be more transparent and clear up confusion, we wanted to take some time to explain what’s going on. What changed? What happened? The first thing you need to know is that there have been zero changes to the original terms of
  15. Thanks for your comments, Frank. And totally agree that our forum support staff and helpers work tirelessly and are all awesome!
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