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Any api/endpoint or way to find out the current available mac client version number (4.1.28)? We have a script to tell us if Malwarebytes is installed on client computers. I would like to add a flag that lets us know the end user is not running the current version.
Usually when preforming a scan (I always do custom but I assume for any scan) you were able to see the current directory of the file being scanned. In the newest update how ever it seems this function is gone. I also see no optional option for it. I ask you to please please reconsider removing this feature from Malwarebytes it provides valuable information in the progress of the scan. It would be a shame to see it gone for good. This is valuable to me because even though the directory was only showing up for a few milliseconds you still got to see witch drive, main and sub folders the scan was currently going through. And when the scan then stops for a few actual full seconds you got to see witch files / sections were taking longer. I think having it at least as a optional function in the settings (turned off by default I guess) would be very nice. And since it exited in your previous version of the program I hope it won't cause you too much trouble. Thank you for your time.
Hi, I've just finished developing my software, and I was ready to release it, but Malwarebytes detected it as a "MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%" malware. I know I'ts a false positive because I developed the software. The .exe file in the .zip it's the one that has been detected. It's a C# (.Net framework 3.5) frontend that provides a user interface to start another software (Not included as it's not mine and it's not recognized as a malware) with some arguments (arguments depends on what the user do within the frontend). It stores some data to keep preferences in a folder in %appdata% and download from the internet a text file that it use to eventually notify the user about a new version. The same txt also contains 2 urls, one for the new version download page and the other one it's used to download another text file that contains the full changelog history. That pretty much all it does. The p36_utilities.dll it's a library that I wrote and it contains some generic functions to read and write data. My software need it to work. It was not detected. In the attached .zip i've also saved "log.txt" which is the malwarebytes log of the scan. Thank you DML2.zip