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  1. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    @AdvancedSetup Hi Ron, Yes, I'm really pleased it's running well now. I appreciate how complex it must be to develop a product that spends a great deal of its time stopping things happening rather than the converse, and has to do that with minimum fuss across an enormous range of hardware, operating system and installed software combinations. There are still minor niggles like the language reverting to the default on upgrade, but I understand these will get sorted down the line. Great product! Regards, Iain Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64xMB Premium 3.3.1MSECryptoPrevent Premium Casper 10 Backup
  2. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    Just an update. I've been running 3.3.1 now for almost 2 weeks with no problems - the System Tray Icon has loaded every time and there have been no error messages nor problems with Real Time Protection Modules failing to load or drop out of service. Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64xMB Premium 3.3.1MSECryptoPrevent Premium
  3. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    Just to add to my original post - since running 3.3.1 after a clean uninstall / install 4 days ago, I've had no further problems. The only sad thing is that it seems I've eventually had to use the mb-clean process on every recent version of Malwarebytes I've installed to end up with a stable installation. Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64xMB Premium 3.3.1MSECryptoPrevent Premium
  4. Installed Malwarebytes3.3.0.2173

    Hi Jon, Thanks for coming back - I've clean uninstalled beta / installed 3.3.1 release version and it's working well. My laptop is connected to the router wirelessly and always takes a long time make a connection from computer boot up, which may be why the error occurs. I suspect it's the TP-Link router that's at fault but it's on the most up to date driver and I've never managed to solve the problem. No big deal - when it finally connects, it's stable. Iain
  5. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    Thanks, Porthos
  6. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    Yes, everything seems fine for me since I ran the MB-clean and it reinstalled MB 3.3.1. Just a question - does running the clean process remove all log files as well as the program files? Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64xMB Premium 3.3.1MSECryptoPrevent Premium
  7. I've read quite a bit about bitconnect.co since I saw your original post and it has all the hallmarks of a classic Ponzzi scheme. So probably for the best......
  8. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    Hi bdubrow Thanks from me as well - glad it's not an actual scan failure.
  9. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    Strange that it's only now surfaced as a bug - perhaps not many users run Hyper Scan, just Threat Scan? Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64xMB Premium 3.3.1MSECryptoPrevent Premium
  10. Latest version 3.3.1

    Also, see my post here about Hyper Scan skipping elements and finishing unusually quickly. I reported it as a bug in 3.1.1 but, from other contributors, it appears to have been present in the previous version.
  11. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    Glad it's not just me! I was planning on an early night (here in France) but just had to do a clean uninstall and reinstall first. The Licence Server popups issues seem to have disappeared but the Hyper Scan is still skipping stuff. Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64xMB Premium 3.3.1MSECryptoPrevent Premium
  12. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    Just carried out a reboot and the problems persist. Still getting "Unable To Connect To Licence Server" popups and a very truncated Hyper Scan without scan of Startup. I will run MB Clean when I'm next back on this laptop and see how MB 3.3.1 runs then. I'm not absolutely certain that my problems are due to the latest release as I had been experiencing one or two anomalies over the last few days when running 3.2.2, which is why I tried 3.3.0 Beta Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64xMB Premium 3.3.1MSECryptoPrevent Premium
  13. Initial thoughts on MB 3.3.1

    Just installed MB 3.3.1 over 3.3.0 Beta by clicking on Install Application Updates on the Application Tab. Got the message Unable To Contact Licence Server after installation, but everything seems to have installed correctly. In the first few minutes of playing around with the new release, I could invoke the message again by clicking on the My Account tab but the message seems to have been suppressed now. Ran a manual Hyper Scan which seemed to finish very quickly - I looked at the report (see attached) and was interested to see that it reported:- -Scan Options- Memory: Enabled Startup: Disabled Filesystem: Disabled Archives: Enabled Rootkits: Disabled Heuristics: Disabled PUP: Detect PUM: Detect That seems a little odd, as Hyper Scan is supposed to check Memory and Startup Objects. I have not yet rebooted after the installation - will be shutting down shortly and probably won't have the opportunity to get back on this computer for a couple of days, but will add further details as I can. I ran FRST64 and MB-Check and attach the results below...... Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64x MB Premium 3.3.1 MSE CryptoPrevent Premium HyperscanLog.txt mb-check-results.zip
  14. If you really want to ignore Malwarebytes' advice, then you can add the website to the list of exclusions by going to the settings/exclusions tab.
  15. Installed Malwarebytes3.3.0.2173

    @Jekko Hi Jon - just to add to the above, the message about being unable to contact the licence server just popped up again. This is not something I've seen for a long time until it happened shortly before I installed the beta version - so I don't think it's a beta problem. It happened shortly after I opened Tweaking.com's All In One Windows Repair to make some adjustments to its registry backup settings - coincidence or not, I don't know. I've attach a new set of logs in case they help. mb-check-results.zip