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  1. Sorry to read that. Someone from the staff will perhaps help to find a solution.
  2. Hi @mightaswell I had the same problem and solved it as described here :
  3. @TempLost and @Jekko Problem solved. - Uninstalled MB via the control panel and rebooted as asked - Ran the mb-clean tool which works for every MB version (look at the "readme.txt" file) : https://malwarebytes.app.box.com/v/mb-clean and rebooted (many registry keys and files removed) - Re-installed the 24Feb version and rebooted. Everything works fine, now. mb-cleanresult.txt mb-checkResult.txt readme.txt
  4. @Norwian Hi, Is http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/ blocked ? With what browser(s) ?
  5. Hi @TempLost, I was in the same case as you and after launching the .bat file, chameleon is visible now and the protection button has become active again. But since I had renamed the desktop icon, I can not test the auto-protection easily anymore. Have you done it?
  6. No, I don't get block notification from MB. The messages in the four browsers are nearly the same : "This page can't be reached..." : No report either. So, no visual confirmation from MB.
  7. @Jekko Just tried, but the same résults. Finaly, this is this test page : http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/ which doesn't work with IE11, Chrome and Edge, and today Firefox. The other one : http://52.21.84.70/ works fine with every browser.
  8. Hi @Jekko 1- Yesterday, exactly as you said. Everytimes I clicked the two test url, the page said "If you are able to reach....". 2- No, web protection is "on" since the installation, no problem with that. Today, things are as described in my second post. 3- Yes, indeed, it is. What changed between yesterday and today : Under Settings -> Protection, "Enable self-protection module early start" is "on", but yesterday, the button seemed inactive and showed "off". I hope the solution will come soon. Thank you for the response.
  9. Today : There are two pages to test : http://52.21.84.70/ and http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/ The first works fine with IE11, Edge, Chrome and Firefox. The second works fine only with Firefox. With the other browsers, it gives "The page can't be reached...". I will check again tomorrow, in case this program works well only on odd days.
  10. For me too, but not fully. There are two pages to test : http://52.21.84.70/ and http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/ The first works fine with IE11, Edge, Chrome and Firefox. The second works fine only with Firefox. With the other browsers, it gives "The page can't be reached...". As said @Super Dave perhaps a DNS problem ?
  11. What does that mean : - "....so that you can finally replace your traditional antivirus." - "With the launch of Malwarebytes 3.0, we are confident that you can finally replace your traditional antivirus, " https://blog.malwarebytes.com/malwarebytes-news/2016/12/announcing-malwarebytes-3-0-a-next-generation-antivirus-replacement/
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