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  1. Gt-truth Thank you so much for reaching out. For this particular problem described in this thread, there is a good chance it will, Please do update and let us know the results. Regards, -Erix
  2. Component Update 3.6.1 v1.0.519 released for Website downloads only Malwarebytes community, we have updated the version of the components package for our Windows 7 and later Website downloads only. This new package addresses improvements to functionality for certain licensing operations. Additionally, please be advised we're aware of a number of Windows 7 systems slowing down or freezing under certain circumstances, although we have significant resources fully committed to solve the problem as soon as possible in an upcoming release, this update is not intended to address this issue.
  3. Component Update 3.6.1 v1.0.508 released Greetings once again, moments ago we started propagating a new components package upgrade to our Windows 7 and later Users. This release includes the following: Performance/protective capability and Usability Enhancements for the Web Protection module Minor Improvements for the UI experience Continued improvements to overall protection, detection and remediation Improved performance and stability Stability/issues fixed Addressed protection modules in general fail to start occasionally and under certain circumstances Fixed "Valid QT Plugin Path..." error message occasionally found on isolated systems Few more Accessibility Issues Fixed As always, thank you so much to all of our Malwarebytes community. Reminder: The component package is delivered directly into the running application as it automatically propagates or as soon as our Users click on the "Install Application Updates" button on the Application Settings panel. Full Installers carrying (pre-built with) this latest component package will be available through all our online links in the next couple of days.
  4. Hello there! We’ve started rolling out a 3.6 Component Upgrade Beta v1.0.495. As usual, if you are signed into the Beta setting and don't want to wait to be notified by the program that your upgrade is available you can always grab the upgrade manually by clicking Install Application Updates in Settings > Application (if you're running MB 3.2 or later). This version has only one change from the previous component update (482): Improved Web Protection capabilities Thanks!
  5. Hello everyone, we just released a new components package upgrade to our Windows 7 and later Users: v1.0.482 This release includes the following: Performance/protective capability and Usability All Notifications in the notification Center can be cleared in a single operation Protection enhancements for Web Protection module Improved wording for miscellaneous messages on screen Continued improvements to overall protection, detection and remediation Stability/issues fixed Addressed protection modules in general fail to start occasionally Fixed reported crashes related to 3rd Party software incompatibility Addressed Windows Security Center Status mismatch Fixed issue with the service layer crashing on shutdown due to Self Protection Fixed Password Prompt for User Access to Dashboard Switches Missing Numerous Accessibility Issues Fixed Several UI minor Issues addressed Thank you so much to all of our Malwarebytes community.
  6. Greetings! We’ve started rolling out a 3.6 Component Upgrade Beta v1.0.482. As before, if you are signed into the Beta setting and don't want to wait to be notified by the program that your upgrade is available you can always grab the upgrade manually by clicking Install Application Updates in Settings > Application (if you're running MB 3.2 or later). Relevant changes from the previously released 3.6.1: Performance/protective capability and Usability All Notifications in the notification Center can be cleared in a single operation Protection enhancements for Web Protection module Improved wording for miscellaneous messages on screen Improved performance for telemetry Continued improvements to overall protection, detection and remediation Stability/issues fixed Fixed reported crashes related to 3rd Party software incompatibility Addressed Windows Security Center Status mismatch Fixed issue with the service layer crashing on shutdown due to Self Protection Thanks!
  7. Erix

    Malwarebytes got removed

    Hello Nate-Dogg: Sounds like you are referring to the tray Notification for "no threats detected". You can suppress that prompt by switching the Notifications setting off. This Functionality was released last August, versions newer than 3.5.1 with component package 1.0.421 carry it. It should work as you describe but please let us know if it doesn't seem to. Thank you so much.
  8. We have just started moments ago to propagate our Malwarebytes 3.6 Release We are proud and happy to let you know a new version of our product is now being made available. Performance/protective capability Improved detection and remediation Usability Removed default monthly Scheduled Scan in Free mode Updated the installer to allow installation to standalone Business mode when certain conditions are met Stability/issues fixed Fixed BSOD involving farflt.sys Fixed issue with exclusion involving short filenames Addressed other miscellaneous defects Thank you so much to our community!
  9. Greetings malwarebytes community, We have just moments ago promoted a new components package upgrade to our Windows 7 and later Users: v1.0.441 This release addresses a few specific urgent Issues: Fix for anti-ransomware failing to load when there is an exclusion on a removed drive Fix for the error relating missing DLLs that under certain circumstances could cause the UI to fail to launch Removed anti-exploit shield from Chrome due to Google’s new policy against code injection into Chrome Fix truncated text on some dashboard messages and labels Fix for excessive driver logging that could in some cases occur Thank you so much to all of you.
  10. Yes sir, you are correct again. Our websites are scheduled to be updated today. Thank you.
  11. Please allow me to take a stab at it. The .tmf files are part of new enhanced logging functionality. Some of the file name changes are likely coming from updates to our development tools, it is not debug information. Hopefully this will make sense to you. Thank you so much.
  12. Ladies and gentlemen, thank you so very much for for your comments, indications and excellent kind help. You are absolutely correct 1.0.421 is our latest components package update and it derives from the feedback we gathered during our 1.0.418 Beta, my apologies it took me a bit longer than usual to get to the announcement post, have done so a few minutes ago. Regards,
  13. We have recently promoted one more components package upgrade to our Windows 7 and later Users: v1.0.421 This release addresses a NetIO BSOD, and it includes improvements for compatibility, performance and stability, as well as some simple User Interface improvements. Thank you so much to all of you, our Malwarebytes community.
  14. Gt-Truth, Thank you for your observations. You are absolutely correct, for the time being our Beta opt-in is only available to Premium Users. We have in the past occasionally shared with free Users a stand-alone installer that carries the Beta, however, we haven't put one together for this particular one yet, and by the time it would take us to do that we would probably already have a production release available. We are currently looking into what it would take to offer a Beta program opt-in for Free Users so we thank you for your patience.
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    Malwarebytes 3.5

    Just moments ago we have released a Beta for a new components package upgrade to our Windows 7 and later Users: v1.0.418 This release addresses a few BSOD and other issues originating from incompatibilities caused by our Web Protection Driver, it also includes a few User Interface enhancements, and a number of performance improvements. Thank you so much as always to all of our Malwarebytes Beta Users.
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