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Good day everyone here in this form! Yesterday I've installed the very last (new) version of Malwarebytes. It works fine as usual but neither Firefox nor Thunderbird (current versions each) does since then. Both programs hanging up on start and cannot be closed - even not with the task manager of Windows 10. A restart of the PC is nessessary... I could solve the problem by preventing Malwarebytes to start in the background with Windows 10. Can anyone confirm this and/or maybe have a solution for this problem please? Thanks a lot in advance- kind regards! Bert
My laptop is running Windows 8.1 and I have Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Home Premium installed. I clicked a Google search result yesterday in Firefox and got this alert: Malicious Website Blocked Domain: www.hitcpm.com IP: 18.104.22.168 Type: Outbound Process: C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe I backed out of Google and believed that between the app and NoScript, I wasn't affected by whatever was on the dodgy site. I ran a full scan just to be sure in MWB and nothing showed up, which is what I expected. But when I switched back to Thunderbird,
I updated successfully to the new Malwarebytes consumer 22.214.171.1249 (premium) on M$-Windows XP SP3 32-bit, but Firefox ESR 45.9.0 and Thunderbird 52.3.0 would each fail to start, presenting the window offering to submit a crash report (to Mozilla). Google Chrome 49.0.2623.112 and SAS 9.3 both started and ran fine. I tried turning off Malwarebytes protection features, one-by-one, even turning off protection specifically for Firefox. The only way I could restore functionality for Firefox and Thunderbird was to remove Malwarebytes 126.96.36.1999 and reinstall Malwarebytes 188.8.131.523 (premium). I
Just within the last 2 days, I have had several clients install MalwareBytes 184.108.40.2069 via after mbam clean or existing upgrade. In three specific cases, the Windows 7 SP1 McAfee Security Suite 15.x from AT&T system immediately became slow and unusable. Another Windows 7 Pro SP1 client running current Thunderbird 45.7.0 lost all email folders and accounts when opened. Yet another client running Norton Business Suite 220.127.116.11 on Windows 8.1 Pro also was unuseable from slowness. Shutting down MalwareBytes 18.104.22.1689 resolved the problem on all systems. In all cases, reverting back to Malwa