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  1. I would agree - I'm not going to touch this public release until the major issues have been fixed. Far too many major/worrying ones to risk it on any machine.
  2. I thought that you were relesing the GUI change that gave a smaller "Scan Now" green bar on the Dashboard, as in https://malwarebytes.app.box.com/s/c43zmp8n57mjqltzctwd Two of my systems have just auto-updated to V2.0.1.1004, and the "Scan Now" button size has not changed.
  3. Had the automatic update this morning - running NOD32 V7 with signature database 9637. Nothing at all flagged.
  4. But would perpetual licvences, even if they were priced much higher, be a large enough revenue stream for Malwarebytes in order for it to be able to continue to expand and improve its offer? Let's face it, faced with a choice of a one-off payment of say $50 or an annual payment of $15, many people would choose the one-off option, thus reducing overall revenue. That would not be good for the business model that has been chosen.
  5. I have both products running together on my three systems (2x Win8.1 and Vista) and experience no slowdowns. Even running them on XP a few months ago gave me no issues.
  6. I cannot speak for other AV packages, but Eset's NOD32 is working fine alongside Malwarebytes on my systems.
  7. Surely you need to turn on real-time protection from the menu (or via rght-clicking the system tray icon & ensuring that filesystem protection and website blocking both have ticks against them)?
  8. That happened to me as well when I manually upgraded my Vista system.
  9. I should add that I guess that the issue was not seen to be a showstopper for the V2 release, but that it will be addressed in a later update.
  10. This was posted in the Beta forum relating to V2 RC1 I presume that the issue has not been fixed upon releaase (especially as it relates to the same build version.
  11. You're lucky - sometimes it can be 30 seconds, but more often it's every three or four seconds 2014/01/15 17:26:54 GMT MAINPC *** IP-BLOCK 192.168.1.255 (Type: outgoing)2014/01/15 17:26:54 GMT MAINPC *** IP-BLOCK 192.168.1.255 (Type: outgoing)2014/01/15 17:26:57 GMT MAINPC *** IP-BLOCK 192.168.1.255 (Type: outgoing)2014/01/15 17:26:58 GMT MAINPC *** IP-BLOCK 192.168.1.255 (Type: outgoing)2014/01/15 17:26:59 GMT MAINPC *** IP-BLOCK 192.168.1.255 (Type: outgoing)2014/01/15 17:27:01 GMT MAINPC *** IP-BLOCK 192.168.1.255 (Type: outgoing)2014/01/15 17:27:02 GMT MAINPC *** IP-BLOCK 192.168.1.255 (Ty
  12. I should add that it's flagged as "outgoing", and I am sat behind a router
  13. Started getting this potentially malicious website blocked message today, quoting 192.168.1.255. Am on V2014.01.15.07 Another member has reported a simuilar issue on the main forum.
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