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I bought an iRULU F20 music player from Amazon. It's very good. There is an option to use it in DAC mode to play music files that are on my PC, and send them through the F20 player to a good sound system. One needs to install the DAC driver from the iRULU website (I have attached it as a zip file) and then the instructions she sent me say I have to disable mandatory driver signature or the installation will fail. They have been most helpful before on other queries with the player but I have never done an installation like this before and thought I should check with Security. My Malwarebytes did not find any problem with the downloaded files, nor did Norton. Their message as below. Thanks, Matthew >> Hello Dear Matthew, Thanks for your choosing iRULU F20 player. Since WIN10 and Win7 not the same to operate, please check the enclosed instruation to install DAC driver to your Win10 device. And, very sorry for the inconvenience about the screenshot, since my laptop in Chineses version, you can follow the steps. Shall you have any other question, please contact me. Best Wishes, Mona How to install DAC driver on Win10-1.docx F20 DAC Driver.zip
I have MBAM for Business and I keep getting "Signature Database Outdated" emails. The emails say Malware signature database is outdated by 10 day(s). I can manually update the signatures but I shouldn't have to. Why won't they update automatically? Is it a firewall rule or something? Possibly related is the fact that I get an message stating that Malwarebytes Management Console is unable to contact server to verify license key. It still lets me login though.
Love Malwarebytes. Other "malware" packages make a big deal out of "fixing" thinks like tracking cookies. While they are less important and probably don't deserve a paragraph of explanation to hype their product, does Malwarebytes offer elimination of tracking cookies? I don't see them getting fixed on a scan or even detected. nacunis
Hello Malwarebytes forum, I am posting this in regards to a strange occurrence that happened when I went to update Malwarebytes. I opened Malwarebytes to update, and as usual, encountered a UAC prompt, except this time, it claimed that Malwarebytes was unsigned. I allowed it to run anyway and it is acting fine. I was wondering if anyone else has encountered this issue. Here's the prompt: