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  1. So, is it the all-clear now? I'll probably reinstall it if it's really true and have the fixed update to it also, as long as I can have my license reactivated then everything's cool.
  2. Even if there will be hope to resolve this, the damage as already been done... to our machines, and our minds. I have MBAM uninstalled for the time being, and will bring it back when I get the all-clear even of using Premium again without any problems. Thank you for this, RubbeR DuckY. We rely on you.
  3. It crippled mine a bit too, in which programs took seconds longer to open and even a slowdown whenever I select more than one item in Windows Explorer. Time to find another alternative it seems or, just stick to Defender or, get myself MSE. Besides, most anti-virus programs have went down the gutter in recent times, and it's a shame. MBAM included.
  4. Good. Save us all from the misery and the anger we're lost in already.
  5. ^ that's not going to help anything. We're all in a frenzy right now. Take the stress out from all of us instead of these petty words of hope.
  6. Same here. At least that's one other thing to keep you protected... so it's not really the end of the world yet. And yeah, outrageous indeed. I was so pissed when this happened. Especially when I'm a Premium user too.
  7. What... it happens again when you use your license key for MBAM Premium? What is this I don't even...
  8. I did that, but the process kept coming back like some crawling insect. Uninstalling it was the best solution. Although, I hope my license for MBAM Premium can still be used, should I reinstall it when we get official word of it being fixed.
  9. Having the exact same issue as everybody else and thankfully, my system didn't crash. And even when I quit MalwareBytes, the MBAMService kept reappearing and doing the same old crap again. The only solution I had left was uninstalling it. I really hope this gets sorted soon because, I was thrown in a state of great panic the minute I opened up Task Manager and saw massive RAM usage. No wonder the fan of this laptop span double the speed all of a sudden.
  10. Since a few days ago, whenever I start up my laptop, seconds later I now keep getting an error from the program telling me that "updates are not current" and I have to keep making it get updates manually though when I click on the "Check for updates" button the first time, nothing happens and the same error pops up again. Clicking that same button does make it work after all but I don't want to keep doing it each time, and I believe a little blip with a recent program update might have caused this. Might be wrong, but I hope there is a fix for it, even with MBClean that I used before. Thanks.
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