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  1. Yes, IObit was stealing Malwarebytes database definitions to use on their own product, IObit Malware Fighter. The original thread on Malwarebytes explaining this is located here:


    I don't know how this resolved, but IObit products are now blacklisted for me and I strongly encourage everyone to uninstall them. Plus, most of their products are "junkware", programs you don't need like driver updaters and PC Boosters. They won't do anything good to your system, just bloat it down at one point, maybe break it.

    It was actually IObit Security 360, IObit Malware Fighter never used stolen signatures (but who knows?)

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