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I've had a small problem the last few months and would like to know if anyone has a solution. I've been using malwarebytes for a few years now (premium pretty much one year), and this problem" came up a few months ago. Malwarebytes is (as per standard) registered with windows defender, so always when there's a quickscan of windows defender, and I wanna look at the scan summary through the "Scan finished"- notification, I get a pop up. Said pop up states that "The admin restricted the access to some areas of this app" (roughly translated from german). This obviously does not happen, when I uncheck the "register malwarebytes with windows defender"- option, but I'd like to have it registered and still be able to access the scan summaries. I know it's a small problem, and in no way any kind of security threat, but is there any way to stop this from happening without separating malwarebytes from windows defender? Thanks in advance.
I have the opposite problem. (windows 10 63 bit) MWB Perineum up to date I had McAfee pre-installed on a new computer. After i uninstalled it. Windows Defender is on In Updates & Security, is says under Web Protection none listed although I have MWB premium activated it is not listed anywhere. How do I get them to coexist? Is there something in settings I need to change? In the replies you have "never to register to WAC" and the in "this support article" it says the opposite. Thank you in advance, much appreciation for any help and clarification.
Hi. I'm running Windows 10 Pro x64 (v. 1903, build 18362.356), and Malwarebytes Premium (v. 3.8.3). Until the latest Windows 10 Update, I was able to run Malwarebytes and Windows Defender simultaneously and without conflict. Since the update, I'm no longer able to update Windows Defender's virus definitions. Malwarebytes, on the other hand, is humming along fine. In fact, when I open the Windows Security Center, it appears as if Windows has made Malwarebytes king o' the security heap. What's the latest? Can Windows Defender and Malwarebytes coexist peacefully? If not — and if Malwarebytes is capable of handling all the antivirus chores — I'll gladly disable Windows Defender. Appreciate your help, and thanks.