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Hi Everyone, so I just subscribed to Malwarebytes for 1 year and installed it. Everything works perfectly. The problem is: I entered the wrong E-Mail adress. Now hear me out for a bit. My Mail Provider is Yahoo. So when I subscribed I entered the following: "firstname.lastname@example.org". And that's where I screwed up because there only exist "email@example.com" now. Yahoo doesn't support "de" anymore. When I try to login to my Mailbox with "firstname.lastname@example.org" it still works but if someone is trying to send me an E-Mail with this adress, this Mail will never actually reach my Mailbox. And now I can't set up my
Hello , it is correct that malwarebytes asks me if I want unsuscribe from his mailinglist after it has been years I use it? And then I wanted to ask (I'm not an expert as you'll see) how do we interpret the words of this screen I did and how I can verify that all correspond to the same service 1.from 2.mailed-by 3.Google TLS(I have already read their guide on this) I have also done that shows the body of , just to scruples. I'm sure it all is in order and that malwarebytes just want to NOT fill my spam box. but none of my other mailing list has ever asked to rollout, is usually complicated
Hi, Please can you advise if the above program is safe as I'd like to use it generally, having tested the trial. This program appears to be safe as MalwareBytes AntiMalware 126.96.36.1994 found no threats. However, Norton reported a warning as it says not many of Norton's users have used the program. I downloaded this tool from: http://www.maildev.com/download/and scanned it with MalwareBytes AntiMalware 188.8.131.524, finding no threats. I ran it and allowed Norton to let the program run, when it warned me about the small number of users. I'm running it on Windows 10 32bit Pro which also warned of