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bardos

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About bardos

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  1. Malwarebytes scored really low on the AV tests.... What happened?
  2. I downloaded the latest update from post#31 (not the support tool), installed it, had to reboot, and it's fixed. It is a complicated piece of software so... ***** happens.
  3. I see, using the default install drive fixes the bug. I keep all my programs on D:\ drive. I will live with this popup feature until the next fix happens
  4. Personally, I always avoid Beta programs. I am not a tester but an end-user. So the advice to install Beta updates goes beyond the pale. If it's a genuine fix, then let's see a genuine program update
  5. That worked for me... resetting the hosts file and rebooting
  6. My English is quite poor. What is a "power-down reset" Thanks
  7. My suggestion would be to reinstate the option for direct download of malware defs (mbam-rules) in the next upgrade to v. 3.xx. thanks
  8. Oh, sorry to hear that. I do believe that this option should be reinstated in any new version.
  9. Could someone leave a link to a straight download of the latest defs?
  10. V. 3.xx has been buggy since the start. I'm waiting for 3.07 or 3.1 to fix.
  11. This morning I have this popup happening continuously. Is this a sign of attack, someone testing my ports? If I closed malwarebytes program, would I suffer an attack from this IP??
  12. Ah, I get it, Malwarebytes protects itself from any changes by malware. thanks
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