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  1. Ran into some nasty malware and don't want to experience that again. Malwarebytes (free) saved me. I have a subscription to Bitdefender, but did not have it installed at the time. After MWB got rid of the demon, I reinstalled Bitdefender (in the middle of an annual subscription), and BD told me to get rid of MWB. I've since found this thread: Wondering at the wisdom or running both Malwarebytes Pro and Bitdefender together on the same machine. Again, I don't want to experience that demon again.
  2. Hi, AFAIK, conventional wisdom used to say that a computer should only use one antivirus software, because it might interfere with another. Does this still hold true? I'm thinking about subscribing to Malwarebytes Premium. Thanks, mac b
  3. So, I have always run Malwarebytes premium along side Eset, and most recently, Bitdefender. All of a sudden, I found my windows 7 PCs were doing things like slowing down, refusing to shut down, and loosing the ability to browse the internet despite the computer saying I was connected. At first, I thought the problem was with bitdefender's new update. When I uninstalled bitdefender, the problems would stop. I had just about decided to go back to Eset when I found that I had the same problem with Eset running along side malwarebytes premium. I have never had this problem before, and again, it is only my windows 7 PCs. My windows 10 PCs don't seem to be having a problem. I'm assuming that it is an issue with malwarebytes premium now. Any help would be appreciated.
  4. My scan files attached below. I run Bitdefender Total Security 2018. Recently, I keep getting a popup from Bitdefender saying that it has blocked svchost.exe from accessing an IP w/ wpad.dat. hxxp://54.164.198.60/wpad.dat Bitdefender does block it each time it happens, but it is quite annoying. MWBScanReport.txt Addition.txt FRST.txt
  5. So, I have been using Eest Smart Security for years now. I wanted the extra protection and found out Malwarbytes premium played real well with Eset. Well, I started hearing about Bitdefender and how great it was. It's hard for me to make the change, since I have grown to really trust eset, but I decided to give it a shot. The one major thing about it though was there is a lot of talk about how bitdefender doesn't play well with others. I never heard that about Eset. Bitdefender seems to keep beating out the competition, so I would like to give it a try, but if it doesn't play well with Malwarebytes, I may go back to Eset. So far, I was able to install Bitdefender with Malwarebytes premium already installed. It did complain about it though. Anyone have experience with Bitdefender while running Malwarebytes premium?
  6. Hello! I just bought a MSI notebook two days ago. Today I must admit, I was trying to download and crack MS Office using the Office Toolkit program. As soon as I opened the toolkit and selected activate, my laptop turned off and then I got the BSOD with a "critical error" message. My notebook rebooted automatically but is running noticeabily slower since the incident a couple of hours ago. I bought the Bit Defender antivirus along with the notebook so I performed a scan but found nothing. Nevertheless, as minutes went by I received 2 notifications of intends of infections by trojans. I have uninstalled the Office exe file I downloaded along with the Toolkit, deleted all the files I could in Temp. I have also noticed that when I enter the security section in the control panel I can read that it says: "Bit Defender firewall is not active" and "Bit Defender antivirus is not active". I pressed "activate" in both of those options but didn't get a response. When I open the Bit Defender it states that my notebook is protected, so that's weird. Please help me fix this issue!!!
  7. I have a problem that is just an annoyance and not any kind of threat I don't think. I keep getting an error box message that Bitdefender threatscanner has a problem as the computer shuts down. I deleted the .dmp file from the C:\windows\TEMP directory, but the file keeps getting rewritten apparently on boot up. I've tried some of the "fixes" found on the web, to no avail. I get the impression from what I've read that this may be related to having more than one virus program or that many antivirus programs use this bitdefender element. I have little expertise in this stuff. I use Webroot antivirus on my computer also. I did notice, though, that this error message occurred even after I had uninstalled Malwarebytes while trying to solve another problem. I did install Bitdefender the antivirus software a long time ago, but I didn't like and have not used it in years. I have searched the registry for any mention of "bitdefender" and have found nothing. It's a mystery how this file keeps popping up. I did try to restore when I first noticed this, but the restore failed due to some antivirus issue as reported by Windows 10. This just started happening about a week ago. I can't really relate it to anything I have done that could have caused it.The file BitDefender Threat Scanner.dmp is 0KB. Any ideas on this? I have posted in the Malwarebytes section because I'm not sure whether or not this problem may be due to conflicts with MB. Please move if too far off topic. Thanks.
  8. When I sat down at my computer today, Bitdefender alerted me to 57 infected files, all of them Malwarebytes files. I am attaching a screen shot with one of the alerts expanded to read where it says the problem is. Pretty much the other 56 alerts read the same. Does anyone know anything about this? I hadn't done anything risky with my computer, it's a Windows 7 model and I usually just use it for my crafting and sewing programs. How can I find out if these are legitimate warnings or not? Thanks for your time!! Kim
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