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  1. So no-one can tell me if Malwarebytes works fine on Windows LTSC?
  2. Thanks for your reply. I wouldn't be asking if I didn't have access to it. I can purchase it via a website that sells such activation keys legally in my country. So my original question still stands.
  3. Hey guys, I want to upgrade my computer with Win 7 to Windows 10 LTSC. I've read a lot about this and I like that the LTSC version of Windows only gets security updates and no bloatware. Does Malwarebytes work fine on LTSC? Should I go for LTSC or regular Win10 when it comes to security? I should mention I have NOD32 Antivirus v14 running alongside Malwarebytes v4.3. Thanks!
  4. Hey @1PW Thanks for the detailed reply. I guess I'll run the Compatibility Checker, although I think my system is compatible, then I'll find the time to upgrade to Windows 10 before the end of the year. I read that my key for Win 7 Pro works for a clean install of Win 10, so that's an added bonus, because I prefer a clean install. Cheers!
  5. I'm still running Windows 7 Pro x64. I have Malwarebytes Premium + Eset NOD32 Antivirus running in my systray and up to date. The question is: will I still be safe after 14 January 2020, when Microsoft ends support for Windows 7? Or should I update to Windows 10? Thanks.
  6. Hei Arthi, thanks for pointing that out. I attached the logs, hopefully they'll prove useful. mbst-grab-results.zip
  7. Hey all, I have a plugin for Internet Explorer that I need to run in order to watch legal video streams. Unfortunately, I can't run it while Malwarebytes is running because the browser crashes and Malwarebytes gives me the reply you can read in the attached file. Can anyone explain how to exclude this addon so I can watch the video streams? I don't want to exclude IE altogether because I don't want to be exposed to malware. Thanks! error.txt
  8. Problem solved, @dcollins. Thank you so much. Here's the story: Starting Firefox, IE 11 or Opera doesn't trigger any notifications from Malwarebytes. I don't have any Chrome extensions that are set to load in incognito mode. I only have 2 extensions (I don't use Chrome much) and after disabling one of them, the notification went away! Here's the problematic extension: VK Music Download - Save Vkontakte audio 6.0.7 I installed it a long time ago, before having Malwarebytes, and totally forgot about it. I would have noticed it right away because the notification comes up when you enable it in Chrome. It's not allowed to start in incognito mode, but it seems that it does anyway. It's a dodgy plugin so I got rid of it. Thank you all for your help!
  9. Thank you, Firefox. @dcollins Starting Chrome directly into incognito mode makes the same popup appear, yes. As I said, if Chrome is already started and I start another instance of it (incognito or not), the popup does not appear.
  10. Alright, sir, I have attached the logs. Thanks! mb-check-results.zip
  11. Hey Firefox, thanks for your message. Unfortunately, it doesn't apply to me since I'm not logged into Chrome, so it's not a sync issue. What else can it be?
  12. I get this warning each time I start the Chrome browser: It doesn't happen if the browser is already started and I open a new tab or start another session. I have the latest MBAM. Can someone please explain what that website is and why Chrome always connects to it on first start? Thanks!
  13. I did just that and removed all entries for ACE-related exe's and re-added them and I think it's OK now. I've done a little testing, but will do more in the future. Also, I added some more exe files to the list of excluded file. See attached. Thanks for your help, thanks everyone, I hope this problem never rises again!
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