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  1. I have installed the Malwarebytes extension both on Firefox and Chrome. Will this extension ever be available on Safari?
  2. If the menu bar icon really bugs you, just open the app, go to Settings > General tab, check the "Hide application icon" box, and enjoy ? -- Manfred
  3. Gee Al, that was fast ? Thanks a lot, I'll wait and see if the staff confirms this. -- Manfred
  4. Hi, I have a question about the newly implemented scheduled scan feature when using Malwarebytes Free. The complimentary scheduled monthly scan will happen on the same day of each month and at the same time. What happens if the Mac is asleep (not turned off, just asleep) on that date and at that time? - Will Malwarebytes wake up the Mac to proceed with the scan? - Or will the scheduled scan be delayed and happen on waking the Mac? - Or none of the above? TIA -- Manfred
  5. Bummer... Where did you find out about this? -- Manfred
  6. Hi, for starters, you could use the extension named ScamZapper, which provides protection against scam pseudo technical popups: https://sites.google.com/site/appleclubfhs/downloads/scamzapper-info Hth -- Manfred
  7. uBlock works for me out here, you could give it a try: https://www.ublock.org Hth
  8. Hi, is there a specific reason why you're running OS 10.9.2 instead of 10.9.5? -- Manfred
  9. Hi Clef, I had the same issue using Malwarebytes on a French Mac running El Capitan, only worse: the daemon was using 600MB of memory after only 2 hours of use, and rising! Here's what I did: 1) Deactivate RealTime protection 2) Kill the daemon via Activity Monitor. The deamon relaunched immediately, but it's been using between 53 Mb and 63 Mb of memory ever since. Hth Manfred
  10. Hi Thomas, a 3rd party tool like OnyX still allows to repair permissions on demand if the automated repair fails.
  11. ... except claiming excessive amounts of RAM, which is a /big/ something Manfred
  12. Hi alvarnell, in Activity Monitor, select the Memory tab, and look for RTProtectionDaemon (see attachment). You should find it. It is definitely part of MBAM 3.x, and has already been discussed in another topic on the forum. Cheers Manfred
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