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  1. Hello, Ad blocking / pop-up blocking / cosmetic filtering is still a weak point of Malwarebytes Browser Guard. I wish to see it be good enough at those things one day to avoid having to use an ad blocker like uBlock Origin or Adguard or Ghostery et cetera alongside it. 1. Are there any plans on using a list of websites that commonly have annoying ads of various types that constantly try to get past ad blockers (like various adult websites, bootleg streaming video websites, et cetera) and ad blocking test websites to regularly test / train Malwarebytes Browser Guard against to improve its ad blocking & keep up with the advertisers? Some ad blocker test websites: Ad Blocker Test (d3ward.github.io) AdBlock Tester: test your AdBlock extensions (adblock-tester.com) Test your blocker (raymondhill.net) https://canyoublockit.com/ And various real world websites like I mentioned with constantly evolving annoying ads that are submitted to you that you can add to a special list to use for real world testing. 2. Any plans to integrate / use some open source superior ad blocking techniques, filter lists, code, APIs, whatever from uBlock Origin or Brave Browser(?) or Ghostery(?) or Adguard(?), et cetera; like how Avira had teamed up with Adguard for ad blocking in their extension I think (which now has better ad blocking than Malwarebytes Browser Guard)? Anyway, it would be great to see Malwarebytes Browser Guard improve to match or surpass those ad blockers. I am also curious to see what happens if you open up Malwarebytes Browser Guard's heuristic ad blocking for all websites instead of just YouTube, and train it against the previously mentioned websites & real world ad filled websites. Thank you, — John Jr
  2. Thank you for providing the opportunity to test the Beta version. NICE: Subsequent to install, most features are already active by default; Didn’t time it but scan seems faster; First level interface very clean; Detection history easy to work with; double-click shows great history details Second-level Real-Time Protection window nice layout; everything is visible Easy navigation to all sub-menus Settings menu much improved; many more options “About” menu under Settings has a great deal of useful links Scan history is nice touch COULD BE BETTER: Scan button under Scanner (Main Menu); is it quick or full? Only when I navigate to Scan Scheduler and Schedule Scan (second level down from Scanner on Main Menu) does it appear I can select Quick or Custom (Full?) scan. Setting start time for either Quick or Custom scan should be a pull-down menu; currently requires both time and AM/PM to be hand-jammed
  3. https://www.youtube.com/embed/q6Yrt3hBEKY?feature=oembed https://www.barkly.com/stackhackr https://www.barkly.com/how-stackhackr-works
  4. Hello, why has Malwarebytes been so poor at recent tests? Looking at these graphs, it is difficult to trust him: https://www.mrg-effitas.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/MRG_Effitas_360_Assessment_2017_Q3-1.pdf
  5. Dear all, Malwarebytes has a good reputation when it comes to detection and prevention of malware. What is bothering me is that when I am in a discussion with someone who thinks MB s*cks when it comes to detection I have very little to go on. I can, at times, explain why the testing methodology of the test they refer to is flawed. Against a lot of, perhaps flawed, tests in which MB is subpar I cannot pose a publicly available recent test preformed by an independent organization that show MB premium in in its supposed role: preventing infections alongside an AV and on it's own now av-replacement is claimed. MB3, the 'av-replacement' ended up below windows defender in the 2017 test of MRG effitas. The report stated to use recent threats, MB's specialty, and the malware doesn't seem to encompass a lot of viruses, if any. That MB was on its own is not a valid argument anymore with the 'AV-replacement'-claim. There may still be a flaw in the test, but with nothing better to put against it, I have little to go on. Telling that test X is flawed doesn't prove that MB is good, it leads to a "we don't know how good MB is" at best. There are some favorable tests, one in 2014 and one of 2017 that show good remediation scores. But that is not what the premium version is bought for and when MB fails a remediation test the argument is invariably "but MB would have prevented the infection because of layer X that was not tested here". The anti-ransomware test was small but showed a decent score. This however is not enough to show that MB can function as a valuable aid to an AV, let alone replace one. An old anti-exploit test shows a decent score but it was still only slightly above the median. As such I think there is a profound lack of tests that show Malwarebytes' real strength and its ability to live up to the claims. Thus I urge Malwarebytes to order tests from reputable independent testing facilities to publicly put MB to the test the way MB was intended to be used. Show how MB really compares to its rivals and how it lives up to its reputation. Kind regards, Durew referenced tests: https://www.av-test.org/en/news/news-single-view/17-software-packages-in-a-repair-performance-test-after-malware-attacks/ https://www.av-test.org/fileadmin/pdf/reports/AV-TEST_Enigma_Comparative_Remediation_Testing_Report_May_2017_EN.pdf https://www.mrg-effitas.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/MRG-Effitas-360-Assessment-Q3-2016.pdf https://www.mrg-effitas.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Zemana_ransomware_detection.pdf https://www.mrg-effitas.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/MRG-Effitas-360-Assessment-2017-Q1_wm.pdf https://www.mrg-effitas.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/MRG_Effitas_Real_world_exploit_prevention_test.pdf
  6. OK, here we go. This is bold. This is Italicized. This in underlined. This is bold and underlined. This is italicized and underlined. This is bold and italicized. This is all three. This is a link. Next come san external link. http://www.cnn.com/ Text after link is still being automatically added to the link. This is a line of code. <component name="Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"> The code gets automatically indented upon a CR/LF. <test two> <test 3> The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. </test 3> </test two> When composing the above, I get a scroll bar for the entire page, not for just the code sample. Bullet list item one Sub 1 Sub 2 Sub 3 Sub 4 sub 3.1 Sub 2.1 Sub 1.1 Bullet list item 2 Ordered list item 1 Sub 1 Sub 2 Sub 1.1 Item 2 Indented Indented again Left Center Right Strikethrough Subscript Superscript normal Super and sub Red Huge Everything looks good with the exception of the scroll bar for the entire page for long code, as well as the text still appending to the link when posting an external link. @AlexSmith @msherwood There we go. Posting external links without any other tagging still appends text after into the URL.
  7. Hi, Not sure if this belongs here or in the false positive section (but that looks more for submitting a false positive issue). We're running the trial of Malwarebytes for Business however we can't test a lot of the functions without a false positive. We need a safe program to cause Malwarebytes to react and so we can test certain things like email the admins, cause the end computer to quarantine the program, submit a log etc. Is there something that is used to force a false positive? We need a safe program to do this and won't effect or harm anything else on the computer and the network environment. I've used the search forum section but only get results of people complaining about false positives, is there something official from Malwarebytes to force it to happen? Thanks, Sukh
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