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  1. Hi Jimsarles, I've been using Kaspersky Internet Security and Malwarebytes since 2008 and for the most part have had no problems, but have noticed over the past year or so that Kaspersky has a tendency to interfere with Malwarebytes Web protection component. Whether this same conflict exists with Kaspersky's Total Security I don't know. As for all MBAM's other protection components, I have tested them and they seem to work fine.
  2. Here you go Exile360, hopefully the logs will help mbst-grab-results.zip
  3. Informative post exile360. 👍 I wonder if Kaspersky would also affect Malwarebytes Browser Guard from operating? I only ask as I personally haven't used Malwarebytes Browser Guard as I'm an old fashioned Edge user and it isn't out for that browser. Maybe when the new chromium based Edge comes out Malwarebytes might support it.
  4. Hi chaps, I hate to be that "bloody annoying guy who's always going on about Kaspersky interfering with MBAM's web protection component" again after my previous 2018 thread, but the problem seems to have recurred. I'm currently using the latest Kaspersky version but the problem was also occurring in the version previous to that. Malwarebytes all up to date after using the update application button. Anyhow, I was browsing the web when I got hit by the deloplen ad-rotator, which I thought was strange as Malwarebytes blocks that. So I visited Malwarebytes Threat Center and visited a few of the domains listed that Malwarebytes blocks and I was able to visit all of them and they weren't blocked. In some cases I received a notification that it was blocked but the page was still visible. Strangely enough though even though the domains weren't blocked all the blacklisted IP addresses were successfully blocked. So I uninstalled Kaspersky completely and again visited the blacklisted domains mentioned in the Threat Center and it successfully blocked them, so there is definitely some sort of incompatibility going on between the two products. Before anyone asks, yes, I added all Malwarebytes entries to the exclusion list and also added it to the trusted zone. I also disabled Advanced disinfection but still no change. I just thought I'd post this to bring it to Malwarebytes attention, assuming they don't already know.
  5. Hi folks, I know there's no update program version button but does Adwcleaner update its definitions when you run a scan?
  6. Thanks for the reply exile360. Helpful as usual, chap!
  7. Greetings, Under protected applications Adobe Reader's filename is acrord32.exe, but when I run Acrobat Reader DC the process is acroRd32.exe. Does it matter that the R is uppercase or does the filename/process have to be exact?
  8. Cheers for the explanation LiquidTension.
  9. Hi folks, So I was just randomly navigating my MBAM Premium interface and noticed that Edge isn't listed in the Manage Protected Applications window. I'm a long time user of MBAM going back to when they started, and before Anti-Exploit was integrated into MBAM I used MBAE and I could have sworn there was an entry with "Edge (with add-ons)" Does MBAM no longer protect Edge with its Anti-Exploit technology?
  10. Greetings, My mother uses Chrome and I am thinking of adding the Malwarebytes Chrome extension to better protect her. My question is: I have already installed AdBlock Plus and wondered does this extension work with AdBlock Plus or would I need to uninstall it?
  11. I still use Internet Explorer 11 . I assume MBAM anti exploit still works without conflict with that browser
  12. That's the latest version. I then checked Malwarebytes IP test site and it successfully blocked it, which I am happy about.
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