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  1. I use Norton Internet Security (NIS) v. as my antivirus and have encountered a problem where my background NIS Pulse Updates, which should complete in 1 - 2 seconds, will fail to terminate and will run continually (i.e., until re-boot) if MBAM Premium's Malicious Website Protection is enabled. Here are sample screenshots: Norton Pulse Update Runs With MBAM Malicious Website Protection Disabled: Norton Pulse Update Fails With MBAM Malicious Website Protection Enabled: I first noticed this problem in MBAM Premium v. 2.0.3. I followed the MBAM clean removal process here to perform a clean re-install of v. 2.0.4 but this has not solved the problem. I created the recommended exclusions for MBAM executables in NIS for both scans and realtime protection (see attached screenshot) and also added my entire NIS installation folder (C:\Program Files\Norton Internet Security) in MBAM's malware exclusions but nothing I've tried so far has sovled the problem. NIS appears to function normally if I enable MBAM's realtime Malware Protection and leave Malicious Website Protection disabled. Is there some web exclusion for the Norton update servers that I have to create in MBAM in order to get my NIS Pulse Updates to run to completion when MBAM's Malicious Website Protection is enabled? ------------- 32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox 34.0.5 * NIS 2013 v. * MBAM Premium HP Pavilion dv6835ca, Intel Core2Duo T5550 @ 1.83 GHz, 3 GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS
  2. 1. I have a mbam (premium) license. Considering $$$ mbae. I've noticed mbae checks for mbam running. Can these two services run with one license? If someone has purchased mbam why would they not want mbae anyway? So, why don't I already have the protection offered by mbae? "Because you haven't bought it yet you idiot!" Yeah I know, but do you follow? (See topic title) 2. Are there any unresolved product compatibility issues with running MBAM & MBAE with NIS on this: AMD A6-6310 APU w/AMD Radeon R4 1.8GHz 8GB 64bit Win 8.1? I haven't selected exceptions w/in NIS for MBAM, have both programs configured aggressively, and am unaware of any problems with either service as a result. *Thank You for your time and consideration, btw any answers to the above will not affect your final grade because I have already failed this class for asking:(
  3. Norton Internet Security systematically prevents Malwarebytes from collecting Norton processes information ('nis.exe' and 'symerr.exe' Is it ok to get these warnings from Norton? Or does it rather indicate that Norton and Malwarebytes aren't really compatible and shouldn't run simultaneously? Sorry, I have the Dutch version of Malwarebytes, but I think it speaks for itself. Regards, Glockenspiel
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