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If you don't have a record in your emails or otherwise, you can also do a regedit registry search on the old system for the key and user ID.

The following is from malwarebytes topic on Common Issues from the forum topic here: http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=10138

With these instructions, for other issue of course, you can go to the subtree in the registry and see your ID and Key on the old system.

Registry Switches for Controlling IP-Blocking

Create the indicated registry value (labeled as key | value) with the indicated data and reboot to enforce the policies below. All of the values are of type DWORD

In order to create a registry value, open the Registry Editor (Click on Start -> Run -> and type in REGEDIT.EXE)

Browse to the key listed, and then right-click in the right-hand panel and choose New -> DWORD and create one of the listed keys and set the value as shown.

x86 32 Bit Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware

x64 64 Bit Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware

1. silentipmode

Description: With a DWORD value of 1, the protection module will block and log IPs silently.

2. startipdisabled

Description: With a DWORD value of 1, IP blocking will start disabled on reboot, although it can be enabled subsequently.

3. disableipblocking

Description: With a DWORD value of 1, IP blocking will be permanently disabled (cannot be toggled).

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