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Malwarebytes 1.51, gives me problems on upgrades

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Hello, first excuse me if my English is not perfect, because this message is made ??with the translator, and now explain this problem to fix. From that came the version 1.51 of Malwarebytes in my pc this new version gives me problems with manual updates.

The funny thing is that nothing Malwarebytes reboot the updates without problems, but after about 4 or 5 minutes, I give back the "Update"and I get the message that there is an error in the update of the program Despite being connected to the Internet.

This is the error message:


Was suspected that some of the settings of Windows, so empty the DNS resolution cache (ipconfig / flushdns), I reset the TCP / IP restoring all the defaults (netsh int ip reset c: \ reset. txt), I restored the Dns automatic default in Windows, I reset the network adapter, I activated the TCP/IPv6, I've tried disabling Comodo firewall, Malwarebytes I reinstalled from scratch, and nothing the Malwarebytes I updated manually reboot nothing else but a few minutes if I upgrade again, get this connection error.

So it's like the Malwarebytes unable to connect to the Internet.

I tried reinstalling the 1.50 version and do not give me any problem with updates.

Does anyone feel the same?, how fix this problem?.


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I believe Malwarebytes lets Windows determine if there is a connection to the Internet, so it is not so much that Malwarebytes can't connect, as it is Windows telling Malwarebytes there is no connection. How to fix, I do not know, and I guess they have not figured out yet also. And as you have gone back to the previous MBAM version, other people have also, and do not experience the updating problem.

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