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Dublin70

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  1. Great - I do have 164. Phew. thanks to all.
  2. I would like to download this patch for my win7 desktop but can't seem to find it. It did not come with a recent windows update. "Patches are currently available for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2008 -- the Windows versions vulnerable to BlueKeep attacks". This is from zdnet. Can someone guide me to the download site. I have not had any luck. Thanks.
  3. I always update when I see that notice come thru - whatever. I did this update. Thanks.
  4. Today there is a window on my desktop that says a new and improved version is available. Is this true.
  5. Also chrome book doesn't like any windows stuff so can't d.l. opera. I'll try on my hp laptop.
  6. OK. I'll try Opera. That's the only other one I use occasionally. Thanks.
  7. No it does not fail to open when in the email. It opens but when I try to open any of the links contained in the document, they do not open. At the top of the document the words "Jump to" and then below that -- "latest cryptojacking news" with many other topics listed below that first line. None open. Also the touchpad on this chromebook does not want to right click on these words. Also, cannot copy the link in the document. No problem for questions. Know you need info. Thanks.
  8. Are others having this issue? So it will get fixed, yes? Thanks.
  9. Yes as before but any of the articles contained when the link is opened, do not open. Thanks.
  10. https://www.malwarebytes.com/cryptojacking/?utm_source=double-opt-in&utm_medium=email-internal-b2c&utm_campaign=EM-B2C-2018-September-newsletter&utm_content=cryptojacking When I click on the link to read the article this is in the address box. It is not a PDF. When I click on any of the stories contained in the link they do not open. It is https format as you have pointed out. I don't recall having any problems with opening this format in the past. Thanks.
  11. I received the newsletter yesterday via my msn email account. I have tried to open and read it but it will not open. I tried it on my Chromebook and my HP laptop. Neither device will open the newsletter. Any thoughts?
  12. Hi - to clarify - the premium version is on my Dell desktop - not the laptop. I signed on long ago so have it for free -- yay!! While I would love premium on both machines, annual cost does add up. Retired - fixed income unfortunately. Sure do appreciate all the help that is offered on this forum. It's the best!!
  13. So where do the add on extras show up? Are they "extensions". Not sure where to find them. Your last sentence sounds like I should really just stick with mwb. period!! Thanks again.
  14. Wow. all so informative. I am running the free version of mwb on my ancient laptop. (2011) -- system is rather slow to begin with and some AV programs seem to make it worse. I spent the better part of yesterday removing Avira - what a pain. I had to jump thru many hoops to get it off and finally succeeded, after going to their site and using a manual uninstall as nothing else worked. So then I tried to put MS security essentials on and it would not install. System keeps saying I have Windows Defender installed but nowhere can I find it. So tried to download and install that (so I could hopefully find it on my system) and it would not install. Also I believe it is for Vista and I am on Seven. This morning I installed AVG and it seems fine so far but does want me to install their higher version for $100 annual. Not interested in that but did load the trial version which I will cancel before the 60 days. I tried to install Avast but it would not as it says I have another AV installed which I don't-I think it is seeing that Defender deep down in my system. Anyway, all of this has lead me to ask the question about MWB serving as AV as well as all of its other functions. Looks to be the answer for me. If AVG continues to be ok, I will keep it and MWB - if not, away with AVG. Thanks to all for good info.
  15. A few months ago I read in an install package of mwb that it also worked as an anti-virus program. Is that true??? Thanks very much.
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