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About MariuxReloaded

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  1. This message by Kaspersky appears on Android as well, for years (now I'm on iOS, but when I had an Android device, I used Kaspersky Internet Security and Malwarebytes together, without any issues), but, as all the other users here have already told you, you can ignore it and there won't be any consequences at all, if you add all the proper exclusions in both programs. I use Malwarebytes along with Kaspersky (Anti-Virus, so the basic version; after installing the new 2020 version, I didn't receive this message, but nothing changes, after all) from 2013 on Windows and everything is going sm
  2. That's why i've bought a lifetime license of AdGuard for Windows, since it's a program which blocks ads globally on Windows, not only in the browsers, and, in this way, all Google efforts to avoid adblocking will be useless 😊
  3. Sure, but now that I've turned my laptop on, Malwarebytes has started without any problems, thanks 😁
  4. Ok, I've performed the reinstallation over the preexisting program and now, even with the Fast Startup enabled, it seems that everything works well again 😊 However, I'll continue keeping an eye on it in the next days. Thank you very much, Exile 😉
  5. Ok @exile360, nevermind: I've disabled Fast Startup, I've turned my laptop off, I've waited some minutes before turning it back on, I've passed the login process through my fingerprint, as usual, and the problem is still there 😓 What I've noticed is that the only active Malwarebytes process after booting is "Malwarebytes Service". Only after double-clicking on Malwarebytes icon to open it, all the other processes appear and the program starts running (this happens both with Fast Startup enabled and disabled)
  6. Thank you very, very much, Exile, you've been really exhaustive 😁 My Matebook X Pro mounts a Samsung SSD, because it's a laptop realised in 2018, so, after your explanation, I'll try disabling Fast Startup and I'll let you know 😊
  7. Ok, I don't need to reinstall Malwarebytes, because the second option is the right one: the problem is the Fast Startup by Windows, since, on my desktop PC, which uses the same programs as my laptop, Malwarebytes opens immediately after booting, because my desktop is 6 years old, with an obsolete hardware, compared to my laptop, the Huawei Matebook X Pro. I was suspecting that this could be the reason, but I was hoping for another origin. Now I don't know what to do, because Fast Startup is very useful and comfortable for my needs 😕
  8. Hi everyone 😊 As the title says, every morning, when I turn my PC on, Malwarebytes Premium 3.7.1 doesn't start and I have to open it manually every time, with mixed results (sometimes it starts, sometimes not, until I restart my laptop many times, repeating this procedure). I'm using Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2019, but, of course, I've added all the exclusions for Malwarebytes you've suggested (link at the end of this post), but nothing has changed 😟 What else can I do? 😕 Thank you very much in advance 😉
  9. My only hope is that these incredible extensions can be included in the Malwarebytes installation in the future (as it happened with other features, such as Anti-Rootkit, Anti-Ransomware, etc.), in order to become an enhancement of MB's Web Protection 😊 Not all MB users know them, since they can only be installed through Chrome and Firefox stores, and it's a pity, in my opinion
  10. That's right, it causes serious issues especially on Windows 10 Yeah, you can do it on Windows 10, too, but there will be a lot of problems after editing it. However, if you don't want to pay for AdGuard, some months ago the AdGuard team has created a new open-source project called AdGuard Home. It is a server-based version of the classic AdGuard, using DNS to filter ads, through your modem-router and/or your devices. For the moment, it is not possible to block social media buttons but, in the future releases, they'll implement a proxy service to enable that functionality
  11. Editing HOSTS file is not recommended, since it could mess up all your system. In that case, I'd rather suggest a software which actually covers all the Windows environment, including Modern Apps, such as AdGuard
  12. Yes, indeed it's better to offer it as an optional feature, so I'm eager to give it a try, when you'll release it. Thanks 👍😄
  13. Of course, it can be adeed as a third option under the Malware /Scams and Ads / Clickbait toggles 😊
  14. Hi everyone 😊 I was wondering: would it be possible to implement a sort of social media buttons block filter in the Malwarebytes extensions for Chrome and Firefox? It would be awesome, since those buttons are privacy killers. Thank you very much in advance 😉
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