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  1. I see, thanks for the link. This is outside the scope of MBAE.


    As for edits, I believe you need at least 50 posts to be able to edit (someone please correct me on that number).


    Ah thanks for checking, I thought that maybe the exploits that tried to abuse rowhammer would have some kind of pattern to it or something that would easily be detected and could be blocked, but of course I'm not an expert in the area and while it's perhaps not good that it's outside the scope of MBAE, it is still good knowing that it is so one doesn't assume false sense of protection for that specific thing. Thanks again for checking. :)


    Regarding edits, 50 post unlock for edits kinda seem weird to me, I'm sure there's a reason but to me it seems like it would boost the number of post-after-post situations like that in the beginning of this thread. Oh well, not THAT big of an issue of course, just seems a bit weird to me is all, but again I'm sure there's a reason. :)

  2. Hi Sanya, where can you access the rowhammer.js file?




    I believe this is the PoC file: https://github.com/IAIK/rowhammerjsI tried my best getting it to run with my limited knowledge of how those things work but from what I can tell I can't even get it to properly click the buttons on my system, so I'm obviously doing something wrong. :P


    Also kinda off-topic, is there even an edit button for posts in the forum? I can't for the life of me find one..

  3. Hi,


    I'd like to clarify that I mean rowhammer.js, I understand that rowhammer could be used by essentially any application run on the system and MBAE may not protect all these applications, which is why I'm wondering specifically about rowhammer.js in a browser like Chrome.


    Also, I don't know how to edit my first post and don't see any obvious way to do so, which is why this is a new post instead of an edit.

    Sanya IV Litvyak

  4. Maybe when it comes out of beta.


    I really hope you'll add it then! :)


    Or add it manually


    I don't have premium, I don't use software that requires a time limited subscription, if they had a lifetime license or a slightly cheaper (compared to lifetime license) lifetime license with updates within the major version, I'd get that, but I'll never buy a product that will eventually artificially become useless unless I cough up more dough (unless it's an entertainment service like Spotify because I can understand it there.) Again I'd buy a costly lifetime license if they had them or I'd buy a slightly costly lifetime license with updates within the major version, so if one had such a license and bought it during major version 2.x then they would receive all updates within 2.x but not 3.x however they could use 2.x for however long they wanted. (For example like how license for Macrium Reflect works)


    That is my opinion on the matter, I'd appreciate it if Malwarebytes would investigate such a license possibility but don't expect them to do so considering they removed that capability from Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. Anyway this is off-topic now and I apologize for that.

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