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Version 3.1.2 is running very well and a massive improvement from 3.0. Well done.

It would be nice if you brought back the option to update the definitions on startup via the scheduler.

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I just downloaded and installed the newest version of MBP (Version 3.1.2.1733, Component Package version 1.0.122, Update Package version 1.0.1915).  Target computer was a Maingear Shift, i7, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB Samsung Pro SSD, running Windows 10 x64 Pro, fully patched to this week's Windows updates. AV protection is Bitdefender 2017 Total Security.

I disabled the Bitdefender 2017 Total Security Anti-virus modules, right-clicked the MBP installer file, downloaded from your site, and selected "Run as Administrator."  The install went fine and then I clicked on the prompt to "Reboot Now."  The computer started to shut down, then went to the blue Windows Update screen: "Getting Windows Ready. Do not turn off your computer" with the spinning circles.  The computer remained in that state for 35 minutes, then the screen just went black (No "Working on Updates" message) and the computer rebooted normally.  Upon reboot, Bitdefender reported it was scanning a new device, presumably an MBP low-level driver.  I ran an MBP scan.  All was good.

Later this morning, I am doing to update my old Dell Studio XPS 1645 laptop, which is running the same software and see what happens.  Right now it is downloading this week's "Patch Tuesday" Windows updates.  I will let you know how that turns out.

Both computers had clean installs of Windows 10 x64 back in December 2015.

Looking good so far.  Congratulations to the team.

Regards,
-Phil

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Just my thoughts on the latest version.

Just installed the latest v 3.1.2.1733. This version is usuable and running good. Did a manual scan, and it made it this time without crashing/restarting the service which the former beta version did. Why self-defence module is enabled as default is not good as i have to disable that first thing, since it really slows down the whole computer and spam the eventlog. That should be optimized/tweaked. It is a  bit slow still, but runs pretty smooth anyway and i have pretty powerful computer.

I'm running ESET at the same time and having ESET uninstalled makes no difference in performance on my machine.

So far so good.

Thanks.

 

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3 minutes ago, Nerius said:

Why self-defence module is enabled as default is not good as i have to disable that first thing, since it really slows down the whole computer and spam the eventlog. That should be optimized/tweaked.

Hi Nerius--

Glad v. 3.1.2 is running well for you.

Regarding your comments on self-protection, are you still experiencing system slowdown with this protection module enabled? This new version should perform much better there. Also, the issue with self-protection event log errors has been solved for some time--since the initial release of 3.0. You shouldn't see those types of entries in event log with 3.1.2, so if you do, please let us know.

Thanks!

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Just now, bdubrow said:

Hi Nerius--

Glad v. 3.1.2 is running well for you.

Regarding your comments on self-protection, are you still experiencing system slowdown with this protection module enabled? This new version should perform much better there. Also, the issue with self-protection event log errors has been solved for some time--since the initial release of 3.0. You shouldn't see those types of entries in event log with 3.1.2, so if you do, please let us know.

Thanks!

Hello and thank you for the reply :)

Yes, it slows down a bit when booting, starting windows and spams eventlog, but yes this new latest version runs better than former versions did.

without self protection module it runs just fine, no slow downs.

I'm gonna enable the self protection module now and see how it goes in eventlog.

 

 

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Yes, rebooted twice now and it's working fine now with this latest version with self protection module enabled,  without spamming the eventlog :) Very good! :)

Just the same usual old DCOM errors in eventlog from windows 10 that MS never seems to take care of.

You really have made version 3 really good now and i'm glad! Good job, guys!

 

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I just want to publicly thank Malwarbytes for all their efforts to get things sorted out.  I was one of the loud critics, I'm afraid, as I got frustrated during your upgrade process. For that, I apologize.  Anyway thanks - it is working great on my pc's.  Good app.  Thanks.

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Congratulations for this new release and for the hard work, It's very much appreciated.

Still I noticed that with Self Protection ON some programs take more time to open (Word 2016 especially) and DNS resolution latency is still very high with real time protection enabled.

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Just wanted to add that I'm in the process of setting up a new Dell XPS-8910 Desktop with Windows 10 Professional and Office 2016 Professional. Windows 10 Pro has been updated with the Creators Update. I held off installing Malwarebytes on this new PC because of the reported issues with Office 2016, but when I saw the comment that the Office 2016 issues were resolved and v. 3.1.2.1733, with the fixes, had been released, I downloaded and installed the new version this morning. So far, no problems and my Lifetime License was activated without any issues!

Thanks to the Malwarebytes Team, good job!! I'll provide an update if any issues arise.

 

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Further to my previous post, here, I just installed MBP 3.1.2. on my Dell Studio XPS 1645 laptop computer.  That install went as expected - no Windows Update "Getting Windows Ready - Do not turn off your computer."

So it appears that there was just a "hiccup" on my Maingear Shift computer, which is what I thought at the time.

So once again, congratulations to the team for their success and many hours of hard work.  You might get some time for summer vacation, well deserved! ;)

Have a great day.

Regards,
-Phil

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Have been running Malwarebytes Premium 3.1.2 since it was released and all seems fine so far - installed it over the top of the beta version. Haven't tried to break it yet, but seems it's nearly there. As I've posted elsewhere, no version of Malwarebytes 3 yet seems able to retain the language settings when installed over a previous version. 

Otherwise, well done Malwarebytes team! 

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64, Avast Free latest version

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Hello the team

Thank you very much for the personal modifications.

Impact of analyzes
Quickly add Exceptions (MBAM Process Web exclusion limitation. closed topic)

My best greetings

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