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  1. First... I am a software developer. Using VC6, VS 2010, and VS2015. I've been doing this for 30 years. I removed Malware Bytes a year ago when it suddenly decided to start declaring my compiled programs as malware (specifically MachineLearning/Anomalous.97% or some such thing). Including exes which were compiled as much as a decade ago, and haven't been updated. I just installed Malware bytes again... (free trial) and it immediately complained about two of my small applications (4 when you also count the desktop shortcut that points to it) I re-ran it, and the next time, it only complained about one (actually 2 if you count the desktop shortcut that points to it). Minus a few points for reliability... So I decided it was only following my desktop shortcuts. I tried to point a "custom" scan to my source code folder which has literally 300+ executable of test programs, production programs, special tools, etc... (Perhaps a virus attached itself to one of my compilers). BUT THE SCREEN CLOSES BEFORE I CAN RUN IT. And there is no way from the main window to choose a "custom scan"... When I click the menu on the left, if only lets me "Start Scan". I can only select a custom scan from the COMPLETION window... Minus several more points for usable UI... And obviously, detection has gotten WORSE over the past year. I ran a few other things, and none of them complained... So... why should I buy a subscription for a product that will undermine my development and prevent me from actually getting work done??
  2. Hi, I'd like to report a false positive warning for phishing for the following web domine: telegra.ph The warning is generated by the Android app.
  3. Your product is blocking the above website. Yet after check with several other services including googles safe-browsing service I find no reason for the site to b e blocked. All I was trying to do was visit the website.
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