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darketernal
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I was sincerely hoping that in the latest version of Malwarebytes, they would stop seeing Advanced System Care items as "dangerous objects", 

I mean ok, i know we hate competition in life, but it's seriously annoying to have Malwarebytes see Advanced System Care items as false positives, I constantly think 'oh Malwarebytes found something, only by it wanting to delete my Advanced System Care items.  Can we please change this? Pretty pretty please, it's so bothersome. 

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1 hour ago, darketernal said:

I was sincerely hoping that in the latest version of Malwarebytes, they would stop seeing Advanced System Care items as "dangerous objects", 

I mean ok, i know we hate competition in life, but it's seriously annoying to have Malwarebytes see Advanced System Care items as false positives, I constantly think 'oh Malwarebytes found something, only by it wanting to delete my Advanced System Care items.  Can we please change this? Pretty pretty please, it's so bothersome. 

It is nothing about competition. It is about the potential damage it can and does do to Windows.

The detection will remain.

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You've got to explain that to me, Windows Advanced Care is a program that repairs your windows, and doesn't destroy your Windows, if it's not about competition then why is it there in the first place? I can't imagine that such a useless detection should remain in Malwarebytes, so i'm very eager to hear your explanation regarding this.

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Yeah ok, i know the program does bundled software, but it does request people's consent to it. 

So, now that we know that advanced system care doesn't do any harm, why keep it as a alert in Malwarebytes? The answer is because these companies are just fighting and competing with each other and just blacklist the other competitors results as being a 'unwanted program' , and the customer is 'duped' by their trivial fights, and get represented with false information, while the reality is that there is no harm done to the computer at all. The actual result that comes translates to 'we dislike IOBIT , that' s why we list them as a unwanted program" 

It's just so childish. And stubborn too, because no matter which update you get with Malwarebytes,  it's never removed because of the hatred towards IOBIT. I hope they become professional enough one day to get over this, maybe in 10 years or so. -sigh- 

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I'm sorry -- that's not the case.

True "Professionals" do not steal or plagiarize.  One needs to place trust in trustworthy software and with companies who act ethically and in a proper fashion.  Not have blind faith in a Chinese company who deals in deceit and treachery.

I have stated my piece and will respond no further.

 

 

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