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Je viens de passer à la version Malwarebytes Free (bravo aux concepteurs pour cette nouvelle version !) 

et j'aimerais savoir quelle différence il y a entre l'analyse personnalisée et l'analyse normale ...parce que la différence de durée de scan est énorme !

2 mn 11 s pour l'une et 2h 10 mn pour l'autre ...

* Voici ce que j'ai pour l'analyse normale: en passant par paramètres: 294 322 fichiers ... 2mn 11 s



* et voici ce que j'ai en passant par analyse personnalisée:  585 286 fichiers ( pour mon C:) ... 2 h10mn    !!


Quelle analyse faut-il faire ? pourquoi cette différence dans le nombre de fichiers scannés et surtout dans la durée (et encore je suis avec un SSD + I5+ 8Go de RAM)

Vous souhaitant une très bonne journée...je vous remercie d'avance pour vos réponses .





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The default Threat Scan only checks the locations where infections are known to hide and install themselves instead of checking the entire disk and this is the scan that we recommend.  It also checks all processes and threads running in memory, so even if an infection is running but located in a place that is not normally scanned it will still be detected.  It also checks all startup areas/loading points (such as all of the startup areas in the registry, services, drivers and scheduled tasks) to look for any active infections.  Malwarebytes is very different from a normal antivirus since it uses heuristics, behavior and smart detection technologies to detect threats instead of relying mostly on traditional hashes and file signatures (which are the methods used by most antivirus for most of their detections) and this makes Malwarebytes much more efficient and also more capable at detecting new and unknown threats.

With that said, I would recommend making one change to the Threat Scan.  By default rootkit scanning is not enabled for scans so you may wish to enable this option under Settings>Security under the Scan Options section:


The scans will still be much faster than the full Custom Scan, however you will still have rootkit scanning active so that it looks for rootkits on your system along with checking for any other threats.  You can find more details about the settings here.

You may also enable the rootkit scanning option for any scheduled scans you have set up in the software by clicking on the Scanner area of the main dashboard of the software and selecting Scan Scheduler then editing each scheduled scan and clicking Advanced to show the advanced options and checking the box next to Scan for rootkits and clicking Save:


You can find further details on using the scan scheduler here.

The entire Malwarebytes 4 user guide can also be found here which provides all of the guides I linked to and much more if you wish to dive deeper into the settings and features of Malwarebytes 4.

I hope this helps to clarify how the scan works, and if there is anything else we might assist you with or if you have any trouble finding any of the settings please let us know and we will do our best to help you.


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Bonjour Exile360,


Un grand merci pour cette réponse  (très rapide) et  très complète. 👍

Bonne journée !


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