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1 EXCLUSION INTERFACE - is there any reason not to be able to add a folder, rather than just a file? For example, the folder for another security program such as Avast, Malwarebytes, Spybot etc.? 2 IMPROVE INTERFACE Also, just as for Malwarebytes Anti Malware -you could REALLY improve the interface by allowing the user to mark a whole series of folders with check marks (like Avast does for Active Protection \ Files System Shield \ Exclusions) so that all of the relevant folders under C:\PROGRAM FILES and then C:\PROGRAM FILES (x86) can be inserted without having to browse for each individual folder under these two root folders. This would speed up the process tremendously, for a single machine and even more so for multiple computers I notice that MBAB has already improved this process from earlier on, where the damn it did not, in the past, even remember the prior folder which you had opened. Now that was an incredibly frustrating process. 3 ALLOW EXPORTING of the excluded files, so those of us with more than one computer can copy the exclusion list from one computer to another. This might mean labeling the folder or file functionally, so if the process is not implemented via a menu, the users can simply copy the files. Possibly add some security feature so that malicious programs do not take advantage of this. 4 SIMPLE EXPLANATION Even though it is Beta, what harm is there in having at least a sentence or two about how the program functions (it's actively on guard, but does not require a scan, it does or does not get updates etc.) 5 READY BUTTON Maybe a Green button showing it is ready and armed vs a Red button showing that it is not ready to do its job. Thanks, Dan
After having worked with MalwareBytes Anti-Malware for Business for 10 months I have a few requests/suggestions/ideas: - Workstation Tracking: Allow the Console to track workstations by MAC address and/or Computer Name instead of IP address. I understand that MAC address doesn't work for some organizations, but for others it is the most stable way of tracking computers. Computer Names also tend to be less volatile than IP Addresses, especially for organizations with laptops and/or mobile workers. - Report details: Allow Exports of reports with more specific details. Examples: List computers without updated policy or without client software (or with outdated client software). List computers that have been infected within the past period of time. List of duplicate computer names or MAC Addresses. - Bonus Feature: One bonus I have found with MalwareBytes Management Console, is that it helps me to track my workstations by letting me know who has been logging onto which computers, what IP addresses computers are using (telling me where they are located) and how long they have been offline. If the console could be more reliable in workstation tracking (see first item), this would be a nice feature to promote! Yes there are other ways to track this information, but since you are installing MalwareBytes - there is no need to install additional software on each workstation. Plus I find the information is updated quicker than software that is specifically used for tracking. And, finally - I find it's easier to use. What are other features you would like to see? or features that you have been surprised by?