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  1. Malwarebytes A friend posted a ift.tt link to an Instagram video. When I clicked the link in twitter which had of course converted it to a t.co link. It gives me SSL errors. If I paste the ift.tt link then I see malwareybes blocking page. If I deactivate Malwarebytes it works fine. I can provide the actual URL's in a private message if need be but the point of the matter is why if Malwarebytes is intervening am I not getting a proper response? And now your forum rejects my post as spam WTH?
  2. I see yet another update. Wish I could test revisions this fast. 1.0.3804
  3. Thanks!. On one system this morning I checked windows update serveral times and it said I was up to date, then finally it saw updates, downloaded, installed (took over an hour) and now when I run the powershell command from MS to check if the patch is applied I get False for all 5 CVE. I found this post and changed my action center setting to what Dyllon stated and rebooted. Same result in powershell. Checked windows update and they are downloading. Much obliged.
  4. Hello, Well I did it, forgot the Password I put on the settings for MWB on my daughters machine. Now I cant get into the settings. Is there no other way to recover the Key etc before I wipe MWB off? Perhaps you should consider making a way to see the key that isnt protected by the PW for when such an occasion happens.
  5. I would imagine they do, the problem is how many quality testers do they have. In this day in age so many people sign up to beta test products who just want to get the new version first and who dont actually test squat.
  6. As many as it takes to get them to make this a priority. This has been happening since 3.0. If they arent able to fix it soon then I am uninstalling. Why should I put up with messages over and over about protection not being turned on when its broken. This is the kind of thing that gets regular users to quit using security products.
  7. Not sure if this is a false positive or not. Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 2/2/17 Protection Event Time: 9:59 AM Logfile: Administrator: Yes -Software Information- Version: 3.0.6.1469 Components Version: 1.0.50 Update Package Version: 1.0.1158 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows 10 CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: System -Blocked Website Details- Malicious Website: 1 , , Blocked, [-1], [-1],0.0.0 -Website Data- Domain: www.gadgetronicx.com IP Address: 208.91.198.72
  8. Happening with latest Nvidia update as well. DAO.21226563.exe.zip
  9. Ahh now I see it in the change log. This makes adding an exclusion difficult since you now have to manually type in the domain. While I can understand the dumbing down to protect people who click willy nilly, I cant say it makes me happy. Would you perhaps consider a compromise, making the button be available under options? Or at least let the block window have a button to copy the domain name to clipboard so if we do choose to go in and add it we don't have to type it?
  10. I seem to recall that when MWB hit a blocked site in the past you were able to add an exclusion without having to manually type in the domain. Am I correct that this is a feature that was removed? If so, why? Thanks!
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