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  1. Can you send a system snapshot taken with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac? To do so, open Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac and choose Take System Snapshot from the Scanner menu. Then, in the window that opens, select all the text (Edit → Select All), copy it and paste into a reply to this message. If you'd prefer not to post that info publicly, feel free to send me a direct message. Hover your mouse over my profile picture at left and, when the pop-up showing my profile appears, click the Message button.
  2. That is definitely not normal. Try restarting your computer, then scan again and see what happens. If it still gets stuck, let me know.
  3. That is a part of Trend Micro, which you have installed. I'm not sure why it's asking this, though. You'll want to either uninstall Trend Micro or ask their support why this is happening.
  4. It detects all kinds of malware - including ransomware, spyware, backdoors, keyloggers, etc - as well as adware and potentially unwanted programs (PUPs).
  5. Hi, @1PW, It should be fixed now. I'm not sure why, but it appears that having spaces in the filename gave Firefox problems, which is very odd. In any case, thanks for bringing this to our attention!
  6. Thanks. I think we have a possible fix at this point, just have to get the change pushed out. You're correct that should not conflict with 3.0. You can even run them both at the same time... I actually do that myself when I'm testing stuff.
  7. I just did some testing, and it looks like Firefox is screwing up the name of the file for some reason. I'm not sure exactly why... both Safari and Chrome are handling it properly, but Firefox is truncating it. We'll investigate further. Thanks for the report!
  8. That's very odd... what browser was used to download that file? (It should redirect to your default browser for the download in this version.) It looks like that file is correct - its shasum is the same as the correct installer - but has the wrong name. It's supposed to be "Install Malwarebytes 3.pkg".
  9. Thanks for the report, Al! We'll look into those messages. I'll let you know if the developers need more information.
  10. Breach Remediation is a malware detection and remediation platform that allows administrators to search out and remove threats, yet leaves nothing running persistently on the endpoint. A compact, self-contained program designed for the enterprise, it can be easily integrated into existing management systems as a command-line application. New in this beta is basic quarantine management. Rather than simply dumping all quarantined threats into a folder, it now features basic quarantine management, including encryption of quarantined threats to ensure that they cannot be accessed by the user or any other programs. For more information, run the following command, which will output the usage information: mbbr quarantine In addition to quarantine management, there are a number of minor internal bug fixes. If you would like to try the Malwarebytes Breach Remediation Mac OS X beta, download the software from the link below. As a reminder, this is a beta release. We encourage you to install in non-production environments for testing purposes. Beta Download Link: Beta License Key: RXGGY-QK4XK-BHW7W-B9N7U To get started: Click the download link shown above. Save and unpack the zipped file to a convenient location on your Mac. Download the documentation Documentation will be updated for the new quarantine features soon Please report any issues or bugs, along with any questions or comments, by starting a new topic on this forum. We will be monitoring carefully. Thanks for participating in this beta program and helping us improve this exciting technology!
  11. I'm glad to hear this is working better for you! Thanks for your feedback
  12. CodeMeter appears to be a licensing system used by some software: I don't know anything about it other than that, but I see no indication that it is malicious. It's possible that some third-party software you have requires it, so removing it may cause something to stop working.
  13. Yes, some of those back-end pages are not ready yet.
  14. Thanks! Let me know if you see any issues.
  15. We are pleased to announce the availability of a public beta of Malwarebytes 3.0 for Mac! Malwarebytes 3.0 is a significant improvement over the previous Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac, finally bringing real-time protection to the Mac. Now Malwarebytes can protect your Mac proactively, actively detecting and removing threats when they appear, using the same great engine that has been so successful! In addition, this beta includes a completely new user interface, making it look more professional. Included in the new UI is a menu bar icon that can provide easy access to the program's functionality at any time. The beta requires macOS 10.10 (Yosemite) or later, and can be downloaded here: To install, simply open the downloaded Malwarebytes.dmg file. Then, in the window that opens, double-click Install Malwarebytes 3.pkg. As a reminder, this is a beta release. We encourage you to install in non-production environments for testing purposes. The beta will run in trial mode, giving you full access to the real-time protection feature, which will be a premium-only feature after release. (Malwarebytes 3.0 will still scan manually for free, of course, as always!) Please note: We are aware that this currently does not work on macOS 10.13 (High Sierra), and will be releasing a fix for that prior to the release of High Sierra. In the meantime, be aware that it will not function properly if installed on High Sierra betas. Also, be aware that links to online resources may not all work yet. For example, attempting to purchase a license or get online help will currently not load content, as those pages are not available on our site yet. If you encounter any problems with this beta, please start a new topic in this forum. We'll be monitoring carefully. Enjoy!