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I downloaded Malwarebytes Security a couple of days ago from the Playstore, it didn't say it was a 30-day trial, it said "in app purchases". The scan showed 98 programs having network access 36 programs can track location 15 programs can be device admins 30 programs can cost you money 38 programs can control your hardware I don't think I have to go any further. It took me forever to get to the malware.com website. The entire website looked ridiculous, the forum entries had mostly zeros, there were zero's at places where there should be numbers. Any suggestions? I also did not get a license key, I have a field to activate my trial in 28 days, where do I find my key? Thank you, Ladies and Gentlemen
Hello, This is to inform you that I'm in receipt of an FSA abuse report initiated by hphosts against my blog site hosted by WordPress (www.antivirus[.]ink -> https://antivirusink.wordpress[.]com) the hphosts DOES NOT provide the specifics of the abuse except the FSA tag. (pls. see below) Since hphosts claims to use malwarebytes engine to flag hosts for abuse and malicious activity I kindly urge malwarebytes to provide me with the specific details of the abuse as per FSA classification which should fall into one of the following categories: 1. Using misleading means to peddle their products (e.g. claiming the product is free when in actuality, it's just a free scan) 2. Not keeping their affiliates under control (i.e. those affiliates spamming, using BlackHat SEO, or otherwise misleading users) 3. The site is residing on a known malicious IP block Please be reminded that the site does not sell any products (1), does not have and is not signed with any affiliates (2) and is hosted on wordpress.com (3) The site is a security information blog content ONLY and is aimed to raise public's awareness of emerging security threats, phishing attacks and in the wild malware activity. I'm eagerly awaiting your response so I can proceed with the appropriate legal actions further. Kindly, AC