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  1. No, I've never stopped Malwarebytes at all. But good to hear you've been able to discover what's happening
  2. Well, is a third set of logs really needed? If so, I rather directly PM them to you -- to be fairly honest, I'm not too sure I like having these publically accessible, quite a bit of information in there.
  3. Since the last occurrence of this issue the computer has not been disconnected from the network, and today the issue recurred.
  4. Not completely without internet, but it is indeed occasionally temporarily disconnected from the network.
  5. Here you go (these logs were made while Malwarebytes was in free mode again, it seems to do it more often now)
  6. It did it again today. Version
  7. Looking back at my post I wanted to remove some unnecessary details as well as the screenshots as they do not really add any useful information, but unfortunately I can no longer edit it only a few minutes later... It would be nice if we could get a bit more time to make changes
  8. Hi, As part of my daily routine, I checked for any notifications in the Windows Action Center (white flag in taskbar) only moments ago to see if there was anything I should be aware of. To my surprise there was a message stating that "The computer needs to be scanned", something I had never seen before. Opening the Action Center revealed that Windows Defender was suddenly turned on (alongside ESET) without any intervention from my side. Malwarebytes was not listed in the active anti virus list. Opening Malwarebytes in order to check why it was not listed showed that it was no longer running in Premium mode: My license details seem to have completely vanished: My license is not even close to being expired yet (I renewed my license February this year). I did not touch or change anything to my system that could potentially explain this issue. The last time I checked Malwarebytes (which I believe was only yesterday), everything was still fine. OS: Windows 8.1 Pro Malwarebytes version: Component package version: 1.0.342 Update package version: 1.0.4908 I suppose I could just re-enter my license details, but I figured it would probably be better to find out what may have caused this. What could be the problem here?

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