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We have just moments ago released Malwarebytes 3.5 for Windows

Thank you so much to our 3.5.0 Beta users for all the useful and on point feedback relating to the interface, performance and stability, we have taken the time to address all this accordingly and as a result, it is now time to release 3.5.1

Performance/protective capability

  • Added support for Hypervisor Code Integrity (HVCI) and Device Guard to meet Microsoft compliance requirements
  • Improved the remediation process so fewer reboots are required
  • Improved the accuracy of the Web Protection module  
  • Improved driver management for increased stability
  • Continued improvements to overall protection, detection and remediation

 Usability

  • Updated the dashboard design to better showcase Malwarebytes real-time protection features
  • Updated Notification Center behavior to make it easier to dismiss
  • Numerous other user interface and copy enhancements

 Stability/issues fixed

  • Fixed issue where anti-ransomware module could cause high CPU and memory use
  • Fixed an issue where Malwarebytes would open to the scan tab instead of the dashboard
  • Fixed reported crashes related to Web Protection
  • Fixed several translation issues
  • Addressed other miscellaneous defects

Thanks so very much again to our Malwarebytes community!

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Malwarebytes 3.5.1 – Known issues with anti-ransomware

We have identified a few issues with the anti-ransomware module in the latest version of Malwarebytes, v. 3.5.1.

System slowdown/excessive memory use:  The next component package update for Malwarebytes (coming soon!) should address this problem.  Typically rebooting will resolve the issue temporarily.

Prevents programs from updating:  Programs such as Skype, Visual Studio 2017, KeePass and others may not update correctly with the anti-ransomware module enabled.  We have a fix for this coming in a later update, but the work-around in the meantime is to temporarily disable the anti-ransomware module while you upgrade.

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Moments ago we have released a new components package upgrade to our Windows 7 and later Users: v1.0.374

This release includes more advanced core protections that fix the system slowdown excessive memory use issue that required a reboot as a workaround.

Thank you so much to all of you, our Malwarebytes community.

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XP and Vista User Feedback

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A few minutes ago we have promoted another components package upgrade to our Windows 7 and later Users: v1.0.391

This release fixes the mbamchameleon.sys BSOD and incompatibility preventing certain 3rd party applications from updating, as well as it includes performance and stability enhancements, along with a small number of simple User Interface improvements.

Thank you so much once again to all of our Malwarebytes community.

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We have recently promoted one more components package upgrade to our Windows 7 and later Users: v1.0.421

This release addresses a NetIO BSOD, and it includes improvements for compatibility, performance and stability, as well as some simple User Interface improvements.

Thank you so much to all of you, our Malwarebytes community.

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Greetings malwarebytes community,

We have just moments ago promoted a new components package upgrade to our Windows 7 and later Users: v1.0.441

This release addresses a few specific urgent Issues:

  • Fix for anti-ransomware failing to load when there is an exclusion on a removed drive
  • Fix for the error relating missing DLLs that under certain circumstances could cause the UI to fail to launch
  • Removed anti-exploit shield from Chrome due to Google’s new policy against code injection into Chrome
  • Fix truncated text on some dashboard messages and labels
  • Fix for excessive driver logging that could  in some cases occur

Thank you so much to all of you.

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