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First, let me just say that I'm quite new to computing and this is my first post and I'm still finding my way around the Forum. It's taken me about a week to log on as a member owing to the fact that I inadvertently failed to activate the account first time round - but success at last, today!

Returning to the Topic Title; when I first ran a Malwarebytes scan it resulted in excess of 1000 infections, all attributable to a certain installed Reg Cleaner. Quite frankly, I did'nt believe the result and promptly uninstalled Malwarebytes, the Reg Cleaner program was a paid for one and in my ignorance I assumed it just had to be genuine!

How wrong I was! With the help of a computer help tech.site (Help2Go) and checking the Reg Cleaner's credentials on Web Of Trust, it was established that this was a "Rogue Program"!

Obviously, I reinstalled Malwarebytes, rescanned and removed the infections. Malwarebytes runs on my system with Spy Blaster, Zone Alarm firewall, Avast antivirus and all is well - at the moment anyway!

In conclusion, thanks Malwarebytes, you're great.

Best Wishes,

Brian67

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Hi Brian67,

Happened to see your post with lot of interest. Thanks for the information. It would be helpful if you disclose the full details of the 'Registry Cleaner' as there are a number of Registry Cleaners in the market.

I am also new to this forum, but had reason to chew its usefullness of the membership. I just expressed my difficulties on the forum and in a matter of minutes came the response from MBAMW' administration and guided me through email with impressive involvement and dedication. It was an efficient communication all the way and the problems were solved and confirmed before closing the issue. MY SINCERE THANKS TO "MALWAREBITES" ANTIMALWARE AND ITS STEWARD Tom Mercado. I am decided to purchase MBAMW. It is very effective.

Dear friend, let me share my views on the way you have detailed all your secutity systems so frankly. This is era of the hackers and there is inherent danger if such details are so clearly revealed, inasmuch as such of these community forums are the breading ground of the hackers as well !!! It means as if you are telling the dacoit of where are your secret passages located! It is not advisable to disclose every thing in a gamut. Only tell the forum admin. just what is required by them through direct mailing in their id. I am telling you going by my own bad experience in another forum. I can understand from your words that you are too simple and upright interested in the well being of others.

Best wishes,

<mnbswamy>

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First, let me just say that I'm quite new to computing and this is my first post and I'm still finding my way around the Forum. It's taken me about a week to log on as a member owing to the fact that I inadvertently failed to activate the account first time round - but success at last, today!

Returning to the Topic Title; when I first ran a Malwarebytes scan it resulted in excess of 1000 infections, all attributable to a certain installed Reg Cleaner. Quite frankly, I did'nt believe the result and promptly uninstalled Malwarebytes, the Reg Cleaner program was a paid for one and in my ignorance I assumed it just had to be genuine!

How wrong I was! With the help of a computer help tech.site (Help2Go) and checking the Reg Cleaner's credentials on Web Of Trust, it was established that this was a "Rogue Program"!

Obviously, I reinstalled Malwarebytes, rescanned and removed the infections. Malwarebytes runs on my system with Spy Blaster, Zone Alarm firewall, Avast antivirus and all is well - at the moment anyway!

In conclusion, thanks Malwarebytes, you're great.

Best Wishes,

Brian67

;D

I'm also happy with mbam :P

My computer was acting wierd and none of my other scanners detected anything so i ignored it.

Then i did a couple of scans with mbam and i was like "WOAH!" i had over 400 virus' on my computer and mbam had saved me!!

I also want to thank everyone at mbam because you guys saved my

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