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Screen recording: 2019-09-07 10:02.mp4 Environment root@momh167-gjp4-8570p:~ # date ; uname -v Sat Sep 7 10:39:13 BST 2019 FreeBSD 13.0-CURRENT r351708 GENERIC-NODEBUG root@momh167-gjp4-8570p:~ # pkg query '%o %v %R' firefox www/firefox 69.0,1 FreeBSD root@momh167-gjp4-8570p:~ # Thoughts The effectiveness of extensions such as Malwarebytes Browser Guard might be limited – in Firefox and the like – by this Mozilla bug: 1378459 - (webextensions-startup) [meta] Allow some addon functionality to load prior to any content loading From https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1378459#c51:
We have Business version of Anti-Exploit and it is not updating on all computers, about 4 out of 36 updated to the latest anti exploit 18.104.22.168 from 1.09.2.1413. The rest remained on 1.09.2.1413. I was able to get the other clients to update by manually downloading the latest anti exploit 22.214.171.124 from your support site, but I want to make sure that when the next update comes around we will not run into the same problem. The database version and anti malware version on all clients seem to be updating just fine, it is only the anti exploit part having the issue.
Folks, Are there any command line switches to script up Malwarebytes Anti-Malware managed client downloaded through the Management console? I would like to silently install and schedule scans through it. Thanks!
I have a few Windows 2008R2 virtualized servers that I use for my personal workstation, home automation, AD and storage and have several kids' and wife's PCs and laptops. I was able to upgrade the Win10 and Win7Pro PCs and laptops but the 2008 servers are prohibited as they are considered 'business' units. Not happy that I purchased 8 copies of premium and while 3.1 worked fine now I cant' upgrade to 3.2 or probably any future version... I also work with a small home health agency and would like to outfit all the office PCs with the premium version. With their shoestring budget, they could afford to license the 'home edition' but certainly not the 'business' edition and would need more than the max 10 allowed (22). I really wish Malwarebytes would consider a SOHO edition vs. Business/Enterprise version and make the product more affordable for little companies trying to get off the ground... and stop classifying Windows server as a 'business only' product. I think the hard line between home and business is preventing the sale of additional seats.