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Hello members you all know the story that IObit company stole Malwarebyte's Anti-Malware database. And yeah i know that to it was true. But enough with that i want to present to you soon the New! IObit Security 360 Called IObit Malware Fighter! :)

IObit Security 360 Now! IObit Malware Fighter!

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There Is No Beta Release Yet but i think this wood be again Nice competition..

Sorry if i may not post the images.

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Errr no, my "PC" is a laptop, and is not "danger" (though it's a bugger when I trip over the cable :) )

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Scary .... looking over the UI screenshots shows some glaringly obvious spelling errors - makes me wonder who actually IS doing their job properly over there.

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Moved to a more appropriate forum.

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Scary .... looking over the UI screenshots shows some glaringly obvious spelling errors

List some of those errors please. I saw some British word forms (e.g., "analysing") but those are not spelling errors -- depending on where one lives.

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Since you asked .....

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See if you can spot 'em :)

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find mailwares

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Edit: Anlysing

:)

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Don't forget "anlysing" :)

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Got it Steven, realized that right after I posted :)

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looking closer ... i must admit spelling is worse than grammar :) ... is that the correct spelling of their software? :)

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"Mailwares" is not a word, so it is a spelling error. I agree that's not very professional.

I will not support IOBit after evidence shows they stole intellectual property from MBAM.

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Here here Catscomputer. Never will I ever use a product when I know that it stole from another, even if it has been corrected since. The damage has been done, in my opinion.

I will also never recommend a product that has done the above mentioned, and if someone asks me what I think about a product that has done so, I am going to tell them :)

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I will not support IOBit after evidence shows they stole intellectual property from MBAM.

No IOBit application will inhabit my systems. :)

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Don't forget "anlysing" :)

It's spelled analysing in British English Mystery :) That's how I spell it.

EDIT - DUH! Didn't see it was missing an "a" there! Apologies! :)

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hehe np :) (I'm British btw, so am used to the British spelling of stuffage :))

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hehe np :) (I'm British btw, so am used to the British spelling of stuffage :))

*feels even sillier in that case*

I notice you have to "chosse" the items instead of choose them too! Shocking!! Rogue software and scam emails sometimes have better English than this!

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They are known as Engrish spelling mistakes. :)

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why are we discuss about crap software

we are not discuss about crap but we are discus spelling an grammer just like their doing hear an over they're at wilduhs secudiddy forim lol thak you very nice what are your talking about no i kid vary well done thanks lol

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I see them. My bad. Their thpelling ith indeed atrothchus. :)

It is nice to see that even bellgamin has an opinion - And still uses the forum (even though he finds no problems)- :) Aloha -

I think the problem is in Iobits Anal Ising - Also their Retention -

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