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  1. Thank you. That's how I did it now. I have malwarebyte Browser Guard installed. I have disabled the CyberSec feature in the Firefox NordVPN extension. So far I have no problems with the Firefox NordVPN extension and malware byte.
  2. Thank you. I read the article. I initially only installed the Firefox extension of NordVPN. There is also a Setting CyberSec (Avoid ads and protect yourself from malware, phishing and other threats). I didn't activate them. So I will first leave the Web Protection enabled in Malwarebytes.
  3. Hello team. I am using the latest version of Malwarebytes and have recently installed NordVPN. I wanted to ask what experiences you have about possible problems with NordVPN ? I received the following response from NordVPN: We recommend that you do not use the NordVPN application with Malwarebytes because Malwarebytes may interfere with the connection. For example, if you use Malwarebytes with our application, you cannot connect to our servers at all. Speed can also decrease. Because our application needs to change some system settings on your computer to establish a secure connect
  4. The switch is off for me. And I can leave it that way. I wanted to test that. And in an earlier version of Malwarebyte, it worked. Malware byte was then displayed in the Windows Security Center. But if you set the switch to On now with the new version, it won't work anymore.
  5. sorry, must be called.... Windows Security Center... if I set the switch in malwarebbyte under security at registered Windows Security Center, then the error message will be displayed in the event log ......
  6. the issues is: if I set the switch in malwarebbyte under security at registered Windows Defender, then the error message will be displayed in the event log Fehler beim Aktualisieren des -Status auf SECURITY_PRODUCT_STATE_ON. and Malwarebyte is not registered in Windows Defender and it appears as or the image above
  7. I haven't changed anything at msconfig. Can it not be that the error is due to Malwarebbyte ? So the problem is that Malwarebyte is no longer registered in the Windows Security Center ?
  8. This service, however, I believe is for Microsoft Defender ATP-Onlinedienst and need a Subscription to the Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection online service.
  9. only, Windows Defender Advanced Thread Protection-Dienst ist stopped
  10. lets make real sure that Malwarebytes does NOT register with Windows Security Center .... I am sure. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  11. this is the result from support tools, Malwarebytes program "registered" in Windows Security Center is not activated. And in the Event Viewer are this messages: Der Windows-Sicherheitscenterdienst wurde gestartet. Der Windows Defender-Status wurde erfolgreich auf SECURITY_PRODUCT_STATE_ON aktualisiert. The Error message comes only, when Malwarebytes program "registered" in Windows Security Center is activated mbst-grab-results.zip
  12. I had previously disabled Windows Defender. regedit, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows Defender, DisableAntiSpyware auf 1 setzen and gpedit.msc, Windows Defender Antivirus, Windows Defender Antivirus Deaktivieren, Aktiviert Then I undo these entries. Windows Defender is now starting back to normal and is active. However, as soon as i activate malwarebyte under Security, registered with Windows Security Center, the error message appears in the Event Viewer: Fehler beim Aktualisieren des -Status auf SECURITY_PRODUCT_STATE_ON.
  13. I have now reactivated the Windows Defender. When the effect reappears I will try to take screenshots.
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