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I am running Malwarebytes Premium 

          Version 3.31.2183

          Pack version 1.0.262

          Upgrade Pack 1.03797

I too keep getting the warning Web Protection is Turned off although the other protections are shown as working.  When I attempt to turn on Web Protection, it reverts to off almost instantaneously.  Since I am already running 1.0.262,I presuming the advice given to Sorbe (December 21, 2017) does not apply.  Can you please help?

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I have the same problem.  With no scan running MB is using 20% of my CPU and 70% of my memory.  Also, real time protection will not start.  Worked fine until today.  Re-booted this moring and the problem started. 

MB version: 3.3.1.2183
Component package version: 1.0.262
Update package version: 1.0.3798

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same problem here, just happened........

web protection - off

when I click to activate is says starting and just keeps trying to start

but can't ...........

wonder if I should uninstall and re-install or just wait for fix ???

version 3.3.1.2183

package version 1.0.262

update package version 1.0.3798

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Regged an account just to see what was up with this issue and seems I'm not the only one suffering.

Started sometime during the day as it was running fine this morning, now Real-Time protection keeps turning itself off and won't restart.

Version 3.3.1.2183

Package version 1.0.262

Update package version 1.0.3798

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1 minute ago, Racerbob99 said:

My screen went dark. Had to push power button down to restart the computer. My wife's system became unresponsive also. 

Same stuff here. And upon restart it eats all my ram and web protection isn't even gonna turn on.

What the hell is going on.

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Give up hope and swap to a better anti malware platform. I've been using this software for over two years, and in the last year alone the protection turning itself off and refusing to start again issue has plagued multiple versions and everytime staff go to "help" they collect logs and tell the person to reinstall the program or use their mb-clean program to clean it, they dont actually do anything to fix the issue as they are too inexperienced or lazy, or maybe both.  

 

There is no fix and im getting pretty pissed off that it KEEPS HAPPENING, why am i paying for subpar garbage that cant even be patched and fixed within a 12 month god damn window its a bit of a piss take if you ask me tbh.

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I am having same issue, posted here -

 

 

This happened after I had a weird crash, unlike any I've experienced before and when my router mysteriously reset itself, something else I have never experienced, it feels to me like I was subjected to some kind of online attack, perhaps an attempt to weaken my PC's defences in preparation for another attack, these things are not unheard of.

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