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  1. And Windows Defender's on the list of incompatible AVs!!!
  2. Doesn't work alongside Microsoft Security Essentials or Malwarebytes? Kaspersky has been on MY list of AVs that are more trouble than they're worth for a while, but this about puts the tin hat on it!
  3. It's not just Ebay where these "too good to be true" software deals are found. Similar "deals" turn up via unscrupulous market place sellers on Amazon. I'm sure Amazon make some effort to police this but heavily discounted third party offers for software are always suspect.
  4. The message has stopped appearing - perhaps a temporary glitch? I posted here to see if anybody else was experiencing the issue, but this section of the Malwarebytes forums doesn't seem to get much traffic, so who knows?
  5. It's annoying to keep getting a message to "Use your 30 day Premium Trial" when I'm already a subscriber. I have a Premium subscription via Google Play for my Android devices and a Lifetime Premium Malwarebytes Licence for Windows.
  6. I haven't seen this popup yet but I wouldn't have expected something like this on the Premium product, without a way to opt out.
  7. Glad to be positive when I can. I've got to say that I've dabbled with a lot of pieces of security software over the years, both paid and unpaid, and EVERY ONE OF THEM has had issues at one time or another. When you're dealing with a product that's intended to work in what is a fluid environment where each user will have a unique combination of hardware, operating system, software and user initiated configurations coupled with an ever changing army of threats, it's not surprising that glitches occur from time to time, and the team at Malwarebytes is usually able to resolve them quickly.
  8. Yes, my Malwarebytes Lifetime Premium licence has also updated without problem. I had taken the precaution some while ago of creating a Malwarebytes account and, with assistance from support, adding my licence to it.
  9. Thanks @AdvancedSetupfor enabling profile editing at last. I know this is a serious technical forum and not a social networking site (and it'll be a cold day in Hell before I join F###Book) but the ability to add a little personalisation 😺 is welcome. And good luck in your fight to keep spammers at bay.................
  10. I long ago stopped taking much notice of these antivirus rankings. I don't think they reflect what happens in the real world. I'd be much more concerned about having a good backup strategy in place than worrying about where my chosen antivirus / anti-malware ranks. I have faith in the Malwarebytes approach to computer security but also stick by the product because I've found the support through these forums and via support tickets to be first class.
  11. Sorry to tell you, but G2a.com are not vendors of legitimate Malwarebytes licences and in all likelihood your licence key is a cloned, pirated copy and will not continue to work.
  12. Another manual install of beta Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 with all updates, running alongside Microsoft Security Essentials. Settings carried across and everything seems to be running as expected.
  13. Yes, indeed, same for me, I removed the 67 items from the whitelist and rescanned after the latest update - no malware detected. False positive.......
  14. You might just look at this thread - the last database update seems to have falsely identified a lot of items as malicious on some phones - the next database update SHOULD remedy this, and it might be worth running a scan again to see if the warning you had was a false flag. If it was, it would be useful if you posted back here, otherwise I would make a new post in the Mobile Malware Removal Help & Support forum......... Bon courage,
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