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  1. Re: Post dated 10/14/2019d 1. "Possible conflict" with McAfee "My Privacy" -> "Shredder" -> "Reboot". < Currently using Premium MB version / Component package version 1.0.718 > 2. McAfee required to "Reboot" ( "My Privacy" -> "Shredder" -> "Reboot") on 11/08/2019 at 5:15pm _ 8 Files were shredded. 3. Did not perform reboot / ran CMD as administrator / entered command as specified / generated output files. 4. Please see attached output files: "handle_output.txt" / "mbst-grab-results.zip" Thank you. handle_output.txt mbst-
  2. Week ending 11/012/2019 review _ Beta version / Component package 1.0.690 1. "My Privacy" -> "Shredder" -> "Reboot" has not required a "Reboot" for the last week (has not required "Reboot" for over 2 weeks now) . Will continue to test / once "Reboot" is required, and will download results to text file and submit results. 2. Threat Scan: Scheduled to run on 10/28/19 at 8:00am. Threat Scan finally ran at 9:03am _ 1:03 minutes late (please see attached backup). 3. Custom Scan: Scheduled to run on 10/30/19 at 8:00am - ok. Custom Scan ran continuously for 5hrs 24m
  3. 1. Type of files being shredded and location of files: "Temporary Internet Files" _ most likely location in "INetCache". 2. McAfee Document ID: TS101334: "Shredder completely erases files that you no longer need, and never want to be recovered. Use Shred unwanted files if you want to delete files that contain personal or sensitive information that you never want retrieved". 3. McAfee Tech Support: "Shred / Reboot" stops the "active process" and removes files permanently off the hard drive. "Shred" option is recommended 1x per week. McAfee Tech Support not sure when the "Shred
  4. 1. Found major Issues with Custom Scheduled Scan (please see text back-up and Word docx back-up). Ran Threat Scan and Quick Scan to test if there was the same issue as with the "run away/non-stop" scheduled and manual Custom Scans. 2. Possible conflict with McAfee "My Privacy" -> "Shredder" -> "Reboot" has not been an issue this past week (will continue to test daily). 3. Event log data setting has been on since 10/14/2019. 4. "Quit Malwarebytes" command used several times since 10/14/2019 / stopped using "Quit Malwarebytes" since Custom Scheduled Scan became an maj
  5. 1. Downloaded Handle and moved to Download folder with "Handle64.exe" in folder. 2. Will test Malwarebytes icon "Quit Malwarebytes" each time I go to McAfee ( "My Privacy" -> "Shredder" ) and confirm if "Reboot" is ever required. Please note: "Reboot" appears to be required around 5% - 10% of the time. 3. Will need to research type of files need to be shredded in in McAfee "My Privacy" settings. 4. Will follow listed steps when there is a requirement to "Reboot"' Thank you.
  6. 1. Possible conflict with McAfee "My Privacy" -> "Shredder" -> "Reboot". <Currently using MB version / Component package version 1.0.690> 2. Scan Scheduler back in order correctly showing current schedule effective 10/04/2019. 3. Generally McAfee does not require a "Reboot" when shredding files, however when there is a requirement to shred (as was the case this past week); I noticed that I could "edit" and change the Scan Scheduler yet the Scan Scheduler would not lock in the scheduled change. 4. Today, I downloaded for a second time MB version 4.0.2
  7. 1. Installed Version 4.02.44 last night. Scan Scheduler back in working order (please see attached back up file for review). 2. Will determine if "possible" conflict (McAfee -> My Privacy -> Shred Unwanted Files - > Reboot) occurs next time a "Reboot" is required. 3. Documentation: Currently have "Malwarebytes for Windows User Guide Version 3.8.3_ Content Guide". Looking forward for eventual User Guide for Malware Bytes Version 4 as product rolls out. Thank you. M Beta_10042019_Scheduler.docx
  8. Thank you. Will install version tonight and test. Will confirm results tomorrow am.
  9. Please note the following: 1. No change in Scan Scheduler unable to save changes or additions to current schedule. 2. Tested system. Changed Quick Scan to "Hourly". Exited User Interface. Cleaned System. No change in Scheduler display. Old Schedule still running in the background with Scan Scheduler still "blanked out" 3. Rebooted system: Quick Scan ran scan based on prior schedule. 4. Please see 2 attached back-up files for review: Thank you. M Beta_10032019_Schedule.docx MB Quick Scan_Scheduler_Reboot_10032019 728am.txt
  10. 1. Scan Scheduler unable to save changes or additions to current schedule. Issue noted since Monday 09/30. Quick Scan and Custom Scan were completed today as scheduled (please see attached). 2. "Possible" conflict may be: McAfee -> My Privacy -> Shred Unwanted Files - > Reboot. Generally a "Reboot" is not required in the Shred Unwanted Files, however this was required on Monday 09/30. 3. Attached files: Word document showing current Custom Scan (scheduled for 8:00 am on 10/02/2019) // Exported Quick Scan (scheduled for "Reboot" at 6:25 am on 10/02/2019).
  11. "Check for Updates" with "Hourly on/off" option to (Settings -> General -> Application Updates) would add an additional layer of security given another user on my PC going to websites unknown. MB Beta_09272019.docx
  12. Updated Word Doc "MB Beta_09272019.docx" for additional clarification. 1. As a User … I would like to know that there will be an optional "Quick Scan" and "Check for Updates" when time I start PC each am. 2. I have set my "Quick Scan Schedule" for "On Reboot" as a good measure given a need to reboot or WIN10 updates: (2019-09 Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 10 Version 1903 for x64 (KB4522738)) just downloaded/installed /reboot today 09/27/19 for example. 3. Optional "Check for Updates" Hourly may be overkill given "Automatically Download and Instal
  13. Scan Schedule test dates: 09/23 - 09/26 1. Changed "Quick Scan" settings to "On Reboot" on Sunday 09/23. Quick Scan / Check for Updates worked fine on Tuesday 09/24am at PC Start Up. 2. Quick Scan / Check for Updates did not work on Weds 09/25am or Thursday 09/26am at PC Start Up. In addition "Quick Scan Start Time" was set for 6:35am (did not automatically run a "Quick Scan" after missing scan at PC Start Up). 3. Please note attached Word Doc "MB Beta_09262019.docx" with several considerations for review and discussion. Thank you. MB Beta_09262019.docx
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