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I am inquiring about Malwarebytes real time protection. I had another third party antivirus software on my MAC. The antivirus had an update which partially caused a Kernal Panic. I had to have my MAC wiped clean and then have a fresh reinstall of Mojave. The third party antivirus apparently clashed with the already built-in malware and antivirus in the OS. I have been reading and told due to the already built-in security, third party security can cause conflicts in the OS. Apple Technicians highly recommend Malwarebytes and told me using the free version and running an occasional scan will suffice. I am curious about if real time protection is really necessary and how this would be different from any other third party antivirus.
At intermittent intervals, I get a message that the Real Time Protection has been turned off. This lasts for probable under 1 second and after the message shuts down and I check the application, everything shows as enabled. I contacted on line chat and they put the start up of the program as delayed. This did not solve the issue. I then sent a support request, and 3 days later, not even an acknowledgment that the ticket was submitted. My version of Windows is Windows 10 Pro and it is fully updated. Can anyone shed any light on this? I'm concerned that the machine could be infected during that short time that the real time protection has been disabled.
Hello Malwarebytes Gods and Goddesses, I recently got a new Clevo manufactured gaming PC and just slapped on Malwarebytes to add to my malware fighting arsenal. Upon installation completion, I entered in my license key, and noticed that all of my other RTP modules were enabled except "Exploit protection". It continues to remain greyed out, and does not allow me to enable it no matter what I do or have tried... I have done a regular uninstall in "add or remove programs". Reinstalled, issue persisted, so I used the MBT clean option to do a thorough clean and the issue still persists. I continued by exiting the MBAM app and confirming with 'yes' in UAC, and ran the following command as administrator exactly as "SC Delete MBAMWebProtection". Administrator Command Prompt responded with "The specified service does not exist as an installed service". Any other ideas? I have attached my mbst grab results and mbst clean results log files in the body of this forum message. Thank you ahead of time for your response. mbst-grab-results.zip mbst-clean-results.txt