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  1. What is up with this? Malwarebytes has scored VERY low (1st or 2nd worst....). Expected much better than this
  2. A Windows 10 computer can be a home file server. There is nothing wrong with that. I never said I was using a server OS.
  3. Hello How can we reboot MBAMService without rebooting the OS? Even if I have to do a psexec -s I dont care.
  4. Any further thoughts on this? It really shoots up the CPU usage on the file server and we get alerts....
  5. This obviously is a advance feature for power users and should be noted as such.
  6. Hello Right now there is a option to control impact of a scan: https://www.malwarebytes.com/support/guides/mb/Settings.html?lang=en#impact But I think it would be even better if we are allowed to tweak it even further. Ill set a crude example: CPU Limit of Scan: No limit = Scan can use up to 100% of CPU (default) Low limit = Scan can use up to 75% of CPU Medium limit = Scan can use up to 50% of CPU High Limit = Scan can use up to 25% of CPU Other processes take preferences = The scan can use up to 100% of CPU but lets say if Prime95 is ran, Malwarebytes automatically lowers its CPU usage accordingly and lets Prime95 take over Custom = The user can set that a scan can only take up x percentage of CPU Could this be implemented? Thank you.
  7. Im actually surprised this one doesnt exist in a advance program like Malwarebytes 3.... Id like the ability to launch a program (well, Powershell script, but a program) before and/or after a scan. Doesnt seem like it would be too difficult to implement
  8. Hello Malwarebyte automatic scan IMO is too resource hungry, especially on VMs. Its way way way too aggressive. An option to limit CPU usage would be nice; Not only in percentage values but priorities as well. Limiting RAM is much more difficult as the program doesnt know the sizes of the files it needs to scan so I imagine limiting RAM would break scans
  9. I want to clear up that Malwarebytes has correctly backtraced its steps and now allows home users that have server operating systems in their environment to install and use Malwarebytes.
  10. I want to clear up that Malwarebytes has correctly backtraced its steps and now allows home users that have server operating systems in their environment to install and use Malwarebytes.
  11. I want to clear up that Malwarebytes has correctly backtraced its steps and now allows home users that have server operating systems in their environment to install and use Malwarebytes.
  12. Complete bs Hope that someone finds a workaround. This is another reason why people tend to pirate things. Its easy: Let people install unsupported software. Up to them.
  13. Hello I think this is really BS. Using a legal, bought and legit malwarebytes license on WS2012R2 and now I get this message when trying to update. After paying and using the product, I consider it bullshit that now, because Malwarebytes decides it wants to rake in more cash, I cannot update the product. You should let people update (and stay secure) and just display a message of not being supported.
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