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with testing of the Malwarebytes version 4 beta and with Malwarebytes support tool version 184.108.40.2061beta . I notices some of issue as well . first off . MB v4 beta is leaving leftovers folders and files and even registry keys in the Windows registry which can not be to deletes with an error message is to pop-up as well. secondly . there is an entry for MB v4beta in the windows registry which is seems to me that Malwarebytes version 4 is now to forced registered itself in the windows Security Center as an av and thus entry also can not be deleted even though that MBv4 have been remove
For some years I Have run AVG premium with Malwarebytes premium quite happily. The last upgrade for AVG changed that and this is addressed: However, these solutions do not work on my set=up. So I intend to unsubscribe from AVG. Out there, which AV software works well with Malwarebytes 3? Thanks!
Hello, My name is Ethan and I'd like to request help with malware/rootkit/ad/etc removal. To give you some background, I recently got infected with THIS file. It changed my browser, redirected pages to "eatyellowmango. com", changed file names to ".bat", installed bitcoin miners, 100% CPU usage, and much worse. After 10+ hours of running every AV program I knew, it's mostly gone; but I'm still having issues with what I believe is "Adware.Yelloader" and rootkit(s). I've also gotten a BSOD message three times, saying "irql_not_less_or_equal", but that stopped now. So far, I've
Someone recently who works in the computer industry as a programmer told me that antiviruses aren't really needed and he thought they were a waste of space for users who know what they're doing. He added that all they do is take processing power and that if a virus is going to infect you it will do so without the AV doing anything. I just want to raise this point because I am considering removing my Avast subscription and if it actually would be ok to do so. Before launching any suspicious files I test them in various online/local sandboxes to ensure they do not infect my system sinc