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Just wondering if anyone else is noticing slow loading of https pages - usually banking sites. While normal surfing is ok, I noticed that for those sites that are https and require logins, it takes longer to do the usual secure connection and then resolving the dns. Often the twirly circle goes on for 20-30 seconds before moving to the relevant page.  At the moment I am still using MWbytes Premium V 3.3.1 on 7.64/bit.  Also wonder if there is any new known issue with combining this with NOD V 11 though I have used both together for years. 

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Greetings,

I would suggest giving the latest version of Malwarebytes, version 3.4.5 which was released just a few days ago, a try to see if it resolves the issue or not.  To install it you may open Malwarebytes and go to Settings>Application and click the Install Application Updates button and allow it to download and install the new version, or you may download and install it directly from here.

Please let us know how it goes and if the issue continues or not.  Also, I don't know of any specific issues with NOD32 11, however that doesn't mean that there aren't any.  If you haven't already, you might consider configuring exclusions between ESET and Malwarebytes as that may help to eliminate any potential conflicts between the two.  For Malwarebytes, you may exclude ESET's program folder via the Exclude a File or Folder method described here and for ESET you may exclude the items listed here for Malwarebytes.

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Exile, thank you - I updated the program and checked the exclusions in NOD. I noticed that the files & path I had in there from before are slightly different to the listing of files in your link.

E.g it shows this as c:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes"Anti-Malware\mbam.exe   as opposed to C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes\Anti-Malware\mbam.exe . Was the program originally 32 bit and is now 64 bit?  Can I just copy/paste all the file locations listed in the link above to replace the ones I must have carried over from an earlier installation?

 

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2 hours ago, tomoz said:

Can I just copy/paste all the file locations listed in the link above to replace the ones I must have carried over from an earlier installation?

Delete the old ones, and depending on your AV, it may allow you to just copy and paste the new ones...  At one point then made Malwarebytes a true 32/64 bit program

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