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Version 0.67

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Lots of changes, most interior. Still lots to do .. but this basically puts us one step forward.

Unicode system support is now in place.

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Just ran the quick scan and the usual Antivir updates were found. There were four, I tried to add to the ignore list and got error everytime, I had to click "OK" twice to close the box, and nothing went to the ignore list. Screen shot attached.

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Installed 0.67 without problems.

When I try to open it, get a popup alert: error code 730

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Hello Jean

v 067 DB:123

I have that same 730 error, and the ignore list did not take. Restart mbam and got the same 730 error again, closing it not a probblem. Continue with quick scan and got this error: Runtime error "13" type mismatch, close error finish scanning. reran mbam and the 730 error showed up only.

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Makes me wonder if the database update did not take correctly . Its format is now in its 3rd forum . I have all the stuff to manually crypt it and drop it directly into the folder , no problems with load , scan or remove for me .

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Here are the current crypted defs . Uninstall , reinstall and then drop these into the programs folder (let them replace what's included with MBAM) .

EDIT :

Unzip first though . :D

rules.zip

rules.zip

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The only installers I have are from the 4th and 6th. Will it work to just update from them?

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hello all :D i uninstalled mbam 0.66 and reinstalled mbam 0.67 and updated to db:124 fp:6376 all seems ok here i did a quick and full scan and found nothing :D thanks

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I uninstalled, re-installed (from 0.65 installer, the latest I have). updated to 0.67, unzipped the ref file and replaced the one in the program folder with it.

Still getting the 730 error when I open, still can't add a detection to the ignore list. Updated to db version 124- same thing.

(All the above done with my resident AV, Windows Defender, and BOClean scanners disabled)

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Howdy,

I didn't uninstalled anything nor used the attached defs file, only MBAM functions...

- upgrade from 0.66/122/6330 to 0.67/123/6345 -> Latest news only says (08/03/07) Version 0.66 released.

- update to 0.67/124/6376

- Quick Scan -> 6 minutes 0 second for 14,192 objects ie 2,365.3 objects/minute -> 0 infection -> Still Scan in progess instead of progress

- Full Scan in progress

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Marcin,

Don't worry about the typo... it's not the most important!

- Full Scan -> 46 min. 29 sec. for 72,640 objects ie 1,562.15 objects/minute = a bit faster!-> 14 infectious files <- well known! no problem!

Fine for me! Results as expected!

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Hello

I removed v.067/reinstalled v.065 > reupdated to v.67 with DB124 > replaced old ref filed w/new zipped ref file. Open MBAM and did quick scan no problems, until I try to add to Ignore list and I got the Error code:730 I now get the 730 code error when opening MBAM, no problem scanning.

Edit: Hope I'm not out of line with this question.

Does MBAM really need a Ignore List?

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It was requested, if I remember right and a common feature for many AV/Anitmalware programs.

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Thanks Jean. It was the request part I could'nt remember :D

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Hi Jean, sho-dan, hi everyone,

IMHO, an Ignore list is absolutely necessary to solve the possible issues with some undetected specific FPs (someone with a rare application)!

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Error 730 issue has been found, you can delete the ignore list if you want it gone and just don't use the ignore list for now as it doesn't work.

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Hi Jean, sho-dan, hi everyone,

IMHO, an Ignore list is absolutely necessary to solve the possible issues with some undetected specific FPs (someone with a rare application)!

Yes I agree about F/P. Removing them can cause problems.

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Installed MBAM v0.67 from download link on Vista Ultimate.

No previous installs.

Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware Version 0.67

Database version: 124

This logfile was saved before the removal process.

Scan type: Quick Scan

Objects scanned: 12087

Memory Processes Infected: 0

Memory Modules Infected: 0

Registry Keys Infected: 0

Registry Values Infected: 0

Registry Data Items Infected: 0

Folders Infected: 0

Files Infected: 0

Memory Processes Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Memory Modules Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Registry Keys Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Registry Values Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Registry Data Items Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Folders Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Files Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Booting back over to XP Pro and going to do an update install from the program itselp. :=)

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Installed v0.67 from internal updater on v0.66.

Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware Version 0.67

Database version: 124

This logfile was saved before the removal process.

Scan type: Quick Scan

Objects scanned: 12352

Memory Processes Infected: 0

Memory Modules Infected: 0

Registry Keys Infected: 0

Registry Values Infected: 0

Registry Data Items Infected: 0

Folders Infected: 0

Files Infected: 0

Memory Processes Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Memory Modules Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Registry Keys Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Registry Values Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Registry Data Items Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Folders Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

Files Infected:

(No malicious items detected)

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Updated to DB 125 6466 finger prints, scanned 13328 objects in 3:15. The 730/ignore list error is fixed. Context menu choice works great, gather info works, file assassin works. I can't find a flaw. Good job!!

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No joy here.

No matter how many times I uninstall/re-install/update, I still get the 730 error. Even with the db version 125/6466 finger prints.

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No joy here.

No matter how many times I uninstall/re-install/update, I still get the 730 error. Even with the db version 125/6466 finger prints.

I'm sure it will have to come out in a new version. Marcin and I just worked it out via Window Live Messenger, and he fixed my faulty version. So now he can do a new version with it fixed. :D

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Thats good to hear Jean :D , I went thro the same remove/reinstalled MBAM 730 error processe.

Hello Marcin

The Comodo popup thread is closed. If this in the wrong place, Please move it if needed.

Thank You

Comodo firewall users, this setup will stop the many comodo popup boxes. Click Allow for the MBAm updater, I now only get this one now. (Let me know if this works.)

0pen Comodo Firewall, on the menu page > clic Application Behavior Analysis > clic Configure in Miscellaneous > Slide the Alert Freguency Level toggle to Very Low.

1.In the 'How many alerts at a time should be displayed' box, change it to 1.

2.How long should an alert remain on the screen if left unanswered box, change to 20 sec.

Option: Uncheck the 2 automatically check boxes in Program Settings.

Click OK and close

Cheers

Edit: me so sorry, Jean :D

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