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Merik2013

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  1. Just reinstalled and things seem to be in working order again. I appreciate you comments in regards to the resolution of this situation and trust you'll follow through with the stricter protocols.
  2. I second this. I don't want a simple "It's fixed now, please update" response. I demand a full explanation and apology here. This is inexcusable.
  3. Yeah, I couldn't remember how to do this at the time. The whole mess had me too distracted so I just went for what I thought was the easiest solution.
  4. What the heck did you code monkeys do now? Malwarebytes is acting like a damn virus. You've turned an antimalware program into a trojan. Great job there guys. My computer just had a meltdown because of this. Every time I'd kill the process the damn thing just started back up again and started climbing up the process list taking with it every once of free RAM until the entire system hung. Stopping the service didn't help at all either as that just rebooted on its own as well. I had to go into the folder, kill the process, stop the service, and launch the uninstall exe in order to put an end to it all. My system is now unprotected thanks to your blunder, so thanks for that. Not that it was protected while this mess was going on, mind you. It kept disabling all the protection. I'll be honest, I suspect foul play here. I understand bad patches happen, but this particular behavior can be seen as particularly suspect depending on how you look at it. Like it might be the work of a hacker using our systems for some ill process, or an act of sabotage from a malcontent employee. I honestly don't know what to make of this mess, but its one hell of a screw up.
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