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  1. The word is that this issue is fixed on Insider Build 20246 released today.
  2. That was fun. LOL Let's try this: https://we.tl/t-8th51hZ20M
  3. I hope I did this correctly. https://we.tl/t-eHwtzsIGfp
  4. You do not have to remove MBAM, all I did was Turn Off Web Protection and everything works fine.
  5. No, to all those things listed in the support article. This happened on 2 different PC's, a Desktop on Ethernet and a Laptop on Wifi. Once I rolled back to the last build it was fixed. Upgraded again and it was broken. Nothing was new except the build of Windows. mbst-grab-results.zip
  6. Windows 10 got build 20236 today and it broke Internet connection on 2 PC's. Rolled back to 20231 and it was fine. Upgraded to 20236 again and was broken, but this time gave me a tcpip.sys GSOD error. Searched for fixes and 1 of them was Antivirus. Opened Malwarebytes and turned off Protections and Internet came back. I narrowed it down to Web Protection only has to be off.
  7. Now oddly this is the version I have. I have had an issue lately that after updates come through Malwarebytes stops working.
  8. I had this exact same problem on my Laptop. It Installed and looped back to the 4.0. I finally went into Settings, About and clicked Check for Updates there. It updated that way without me doing anything else. Odd thing is that yesterday my Desktop PC got the Beta update with NO problem.
  9. On Windows 10 Insider 18990, updated MBAM 3.8 to 4.0 Beta with no problem.
  10. Just curious why if you have your Malwarebytes set to get Beta it isn't finding the new Beta 4.0?
  11. There has been some progress with the new 3.7 Beta. Now both Exploit and Malware Protections are On.
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