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About _CyberghosT_

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  1. @moskri 1PW was replying to Viper7iv. I recommend you start a new thread if you have an issue to report. PeAcE
  2. I have encountered a similar situation earlier in the Beta trials, My issue was, I was running MBARW on a test machine with software that was not compatible with MBARW in my case it was Emsisoft IS. If your running MBARW on a test machine or Virtual Machine try disabling other security software and re-enabling one by one till you find the culprit and post your logs for Malwarebytes Staff here: If your running MBARW on a production machine, Please read here:
  3. QUOTE Malwarebytes Anti-ransomware could provide an option to include an encryption service for the persons computer or laptop to stop malware especially ransomware. The encryption service would have a re-direction of ransomware to the Malwarebytes labs and monitoring system 24/7 for the computer and/or for the laptop system files, folders, system files and programs, networks, etc, and anything that can be encrypted including any network. END This has my interest and if it can be done effectively Malwarebytes Dev's are the ones who could figure out the how and why's of it, but this would
  4. This is why in Big red letters it suggests that you "do not" test this on your main system, you assume the risk if you ignore the Dev's warning and install the beta on a production system. PeAcE
  5. I have had this issue off and on throughout the beta trials, a solution that has worked for me has been to re-boot my system once it fails to activate and most times this will cause it to sort itself out. Glad you got it working xwam, and welcome to MalwareBytes Forum
  6. Awesome MB ! Great that your not going to follow the "other guys" trends. What sets you apart makes you the better choice, way to stick to your guns. PeAcE PS now if I could just fix my dang avatar, ggggrrrrr
  7. See this warning every time I download, not MBAM related, MBAM would have notified you with a very dif warning. PeAcE
  8. What Decrypt means by "clean up" is removing the residual leftovers. PeAcE
  9. Thanks Dave & Antec. you said it better, or at least a lot nicer. PeAcE
  10. Greetings faithfully: No software likes to say goodbye to your system, and in this competitive / aggressive market this is not going to change anytime soon. Imagine if when you took out the trash some of it refused to leave, after a while it would be unmanageable. Retailers dont care they want "Exposure" and money, all else fails short of their radar. There are two good products that I have used for years to remove any residual crap that companies think is "ok" to leave lying around in your system. Ccleaner is one, and has a free edition as well as pro, it works well. My personal favorite is R
  11. *PS: Please don't do this if it is for a software you don't fully understand or trust.
  12. Running this on your main OS isn't advisable. That said, re-download the software's installer, and "before you do anything" 1> add the installer to MBAR's "Exception" list 2> Install the software but don't allow it to execute (keep it closed) add all exe-able found in the software's install location to MBAR's exception list and remove the installer from the list of exceptions. For me, in the upper tree field under "Type" if anything is listed as "Application" then I white-list it.
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