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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. Reviving this topic. I have one website which i cannot get to on one computer in the house. It's tinypic.com. My other computers reach it fine. It may be possible that Malwarebytes blocked this site in the past. Is there some way to find a list of blocked websites that Malwarebytes has made. Or is it just that if Malwarebytes is not loaded the blocking ceases and the problem of not reaching this website comes from somewhere else?
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