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does that mean that it will only be spoken when leave the experimental phase?

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8 minutes ago, Clau107x said:

does that mean that it will only be spoken when leave the experimental phase?

We will have to wait until the staff return on Monday to get an answer.

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When installing ,,NoScript Security Suite,, extension for firefox  - ,,Malwarebytes For Firefox,, stop working /don't block nothing ,
even after uninstall ,,NoScript Security Suite,, -  why???¿¡
Uninstall Firefox  , Clean evrything about Firefox  ,install Firefox  + ,,Malwarebytes For Firefox,, + ,,Ublock origin,,  evrything work fine now

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At Malwarebytes, we are constantly trying to improve our customer’s protection from digital threats and one of the better location in the system was the browser. 

We were trying to set-up the Firefox extension so that we can start the internal Beta of this technology. The early availability, although unintended, still contains a lot of kinks to iron out as it is an early Beta and was meant for Malwarebytes employees only. However, since the cat is out of the bag, we encourage you to try it and do give us feedback.

What about other browsers?  Yes we will be trying to support others, but we are still deep in development. 

Our apologies for this hiccup, and please bear with us while we tune and tweak this product to release quality. 

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So....the Malwarebytes premium user had no need to install this extension , right ?

 

Or maybe someday or new version of Malwarebytes ,

the premium user will also have a more powerful extension can use ^_^?

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5 hours ago, KevinYu0504 said:

So....the Malwarebytes premium user had no need to install this extension , right ?

 

Or maybe someday or new version of Malwarebytes ,

the premium user will also have a more powerful extension can use ^_^?

But  ,how about  webpages full off unwhanted things /pop ups ,flash  ,ads ,malware ... For this  ,best option is Malwarebytes for Firefox5a5cf4716fbde_Ashampoo_Snap_lunes15deenerode2018_19h34m27s_003_.thumb.jpg.343df5aa3663fbb677fd590bb18a3ce7.jpg

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12 hours ago, gigiadi said:

But  ,how about  webpages full off unwhanted things /pop ups ,flash  ,ads ,malware ... For this  ,best option is Malwarebytes for Firefox5a5cf4716fbde_Ashampoo_Snap_lunes15deenerode2018_19h34m27s_003_.thumb.jpg.343df5aa3663fbb677fd590bb18a3ce7.jpg

 

No idea .

 

I think we should wait official release more information :)

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43 minutes ago, KevinYu0504 said:

 

No idea .

 

I think we should wait official release more information :)

In my tests  ,Malwarebytes for Firefox  have best detection : malware sites , ads , tracking 

and not just best detection but  blocked  malicious webpages ! / compared to other security addons.

 

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6 hours ago, gigiadi said:

In my tests  ,Malwarebytes for Firefox  have best detection : malware sites , ads , tracking 

and not just best detection but  blocked  malicious webpages ! / compared to other security addons.

 

 

So .... did you think the Malwarebytes premium user need to install the extension ?

or just keep using Malwarebytes Premium will be enough ?

 

Anyway , thx for your test .

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I'm a pro user & I'm going to use the beta extension. b/c I don't like code injection

- the extension seems to stop pro web protection from starting. makes sense, but it causes the pro to object

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On 14/01/2018 at 8:19 PM, dcollins said:

However, since the cat is out of the bag, we encourage you to try it and do give us feedback.

Are you going to setup a topic/sub-forum for feedback in the Beta Testing forum?

For now:

The first time I installed it immediately completly disabled my wifi, needed to uninstall and restart to get wifi back.
Guess you wouldn't get telemetry on that; there was no connection to send it over.

Second install went OK, so now evaluating it.

PS. Have you browsed to www.malwarebytes.com? - 6 detections blocked on your own webpage?

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On 1/22/2018 at 2:31 PM, greybert said:

I'm a pro user & I'm going to use the beta extension. b/c I don't like code injection

- the extension seems to stop pro web protection from starting. makes sense, but it causes the pro to object

It shouldn't be preventing web protection from starting in MB3 Premium.  They're supposed to work together alongside one another.  In fact, the plugin ties into web protection when MB3 Premium is installed/active and takes over redirecting for sites blocked by MB3's database in the browser displaying its newer block/redirect info page rather than the block page normally displayed in the browser when only MB3 is installed/active.

On 1/22/2018 at 9:21 PM, nukecad said:

PS. Have you browsed to www.malwarebytes.com? - 6 detections blocked on your own webpage?

That's due to the trackers such as Google etc. which are used for telemetry and whatnot.  They're present on most pages on the web (which is one of the reasons organizations like Google have so much info on browsing statistics) so you're likely to see at least a few blocks on most pages you visit.  The same is true for social networking trackers such as Facebook and Twitter.  They're embedded on most sites these days and are blocked by most tracker blocking utilities, including the Malwarebytes browser plugin.

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