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  1. Hello! I'm a student developer and I use Visual Studio to compile my test and college projects, as well as my own application that I'm building from scratch to test my knowledge. However, Malwarebytes keeps detecting all the apps I compile as Malware and don't let me run them with its Machine Learning engine or something, it actually shows Machine Learning in the type of malware so I had to put my repos folder in Malwarebytes' ignore list but I'm concerned about my applications keeping being detected by it in case I decide to publish something. So here are two questions: - Is this how it is supposed to act? - In case I publish anything, how can I ensure my application will be considered safe and not a potential malware? (It is really not a malware, it is just a program that manages an attached database)
  2. Hello guys! I just wanted to make an appreciation post cause I'm really so amazed at all of the developers of this program. I don't know their names or way to contact them, so I just want to drop this post here and say THANK YOU! REALLY! 💗 Not only this company have (probably?) the best antimalware software around but they manage to keep its price REALLY affordable so that anyone can have it. As I live in another country which the currency is a lot undervalued, I was really surprised to see that the price is a actually affordable for me when I bought my premium license. (it usually isn't for most of the things because of how much dollar is high and etc etc economics stuff). So yeah i'm very happy and grateful that you guys could develop such an awesome piece of technology and at the same time keep it affordable, I don't complain much about prices of software cause I know companies have to pay their staff and also get some money to keep running and profit, but Malwarebytes need to win some award for being able to keep the price nice. Sorry for any english errors I'm not a native english speaker.
  3. Hi! I've used Malwarebytes on my phone for a very long time. Back then, it used to be free with real-time protection, but with the new version it is not anymore. However, when I first updated my app I was offered to be grandfathered into a Free+ plan that had real-time protection for being an old user. I agreed to it and it was doing fine until I had to reset my phone cause of a problem I had and now I can't get real-time protection back anymore. How can I get it back? Unfortunately I don't have money to pay for the subscription cause I'd have to pay around 4 times the value in my country's currency.
  4. Hi! I noticed that after the last big Windows 10 Update, Windows Defender now includes some anti-exploit modules and I can see that in my computer some of these anti-exploit features are enabled by default. I want to ask if there is any problem in leaving them enabled, or it will conflict with Malwarebytes' own anti-exploit module? Thank you!
  5. Last update fixed it! Thanks! Just start Mb and immediately click on updates : current and let it install, and after it is applied kill the Mb service process, it will restart and everything will be good
  6. Wow it is so crazy that it is happening with everyone. I wonder what may be causing this. Bad update maybe? Anyway, I will restart in safe mode and uninstall Mb until it is fixed because I can't even try to quit Malwarebytes my PC freezes minutes after restarting and logging in
  7. I turned on my computer today and Malwarebytes is wreaking havoc on my computer. It is consuming all the ram and making the computer completely unresponsive. This happened out of nowhere everything was just fine until now. My OS is Windows 10 and i have no other security programs aside of Malwarebytes and Windows Defender.
  8. There is no Malwarebytes, or any antimalware or antivirus for Windows 10 Mobile because it doesn't need one, due to how the system itself is built. Apps in WP runs sandboxed from the system itself, so if there is any malware at all, it will not infect the system in anyway because it simply can't get access to the environment out of the app sandbox. The malware also needs to be coded specifically for WinRT and able to run on ARM, which, in the case of Windows, I don't believe there are much around, if there is any. Also, I don't think Windows Phone/Windows 10 Mobile allows access to system monitoring and usage stuff to any application, which is what Malwarebytes needs in order to run. But, of course, you are still suscetible to phishing attacks from malicious websites or malicious coded apps to steal data you give them WITHIN the app, like for example, asking you to type your facebook login for example, but if you don't install apps from other sources other than the Windows Store, you are safe.
  9. That happened to me too. I just restarted the machine after installation and the rsw started normally.
  10. You should be able to run both just fine. But you can add exceptions for the ESET on MB and for the MB on ESET to avoid any conflicts just in case.
  11. That page has step-by-step instructions on how to get the logs, isn't too difficult to do that. The problem is that without the logs the support team cannot figure out what is going on, but if you really can't do that maybe someone from staff can help you remotely, not sure if they do that kind of thing tho.
  12. So are you saying that 2016 malware are too old and not being seen in the wild anymore? You gotta be kidding me. Malwares can survive in the wild for years after released even after there are definitions or heuristics that detects them. I'd agree if it is an overly old malware that can't do harm anymore but a ransomware is far from not doing any harm. Doesnt matter if the script was sitting on his desktop, if it were in a malicious website or email attachment the user would be damned because Malwarebytes wouldn't stop that ransonware from running anyway. Doesn't matter if it is "old", the anti ransomware should catch it. A 2016 piece of malware is too early to call it old and simply ignore it's threat specially if it is such destructive one as a ransonware.
  13. I think a moderator should get this response and pin it at the forum index in caps lock, bold and red font. Even though we are full of posts here from moderators that says we should use it alongside antivirus, which is a bit contradictory to what the company states in the website. But it is always good to have layered protection.
  14. I understand and agree with Malwarebytes rising the price of its software because it now includes anti-exploit and antiransomware. As I only have one computer I don't see a problem with the price for the single licence but I think that there should be a better pricing for users with many pcs because it can become a bit overwhelming for some people. But people with old licence can still pay the old price forever (I think?). Anyways you can always go with a free or paid av with Malwarebytes Free and the Anti Exploit Perpetual Beta and you will have a way-more-than-decent protection.
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