Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Updates

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by puff-m-d, Nov 14, 2016.

  1. guest

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    What about this?
     
  2. Peter2150

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    I'll PM you
     
  3. Peter2150

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    Hi Marcin

    There may be issues right now, but one thing is for sure. You are a class act. I tip my hat to you.


    Pete
     
  4. clubhouse1

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    It comes with a 30 day refund guarantee, focusing on clearing its faults is a far better solution...Franky the final release seems to have more problems than the betas I tried!
     
  5. Circuit

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    Have the same setup, only slower to boot to desktop, back to MBAE stand alone..
    Win764
     
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    Ugh, I hardly ever post anymore but feel compelled to now. Malwarebytes has always been a very reliable and supported product here. For years we have sworn by it. Seems to me we were begging them to combine all 3 into 1 and they delivered. Sure there are bugs, all new products have them, but some of the comments should really be rethought. Seems to me, we all want it to work, and only constructive assistance will get us to that point. We have always been know for not only helping other members but vendors to. That is why I came and stay here. I commend RD for his comments about the refund and you know he truly stands behind the product to offer to reimburse to a competing vendor.

    I only have been using the trial and for me no issues. A little slow but a heck of a lot of solid protection. So lets assist and not resist, ok.. In the end this will be one hell of a product. Happy Holidays to all of you.
     
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    Who was beggingo_O Not I.
     
  8. clubhouse1

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    Lol, I hate how some people appoint themselves the spokesperson for all members...I preferred the separate components, I'm sure I'm not alone.
     
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    You certainly are not alone!
     
  10. molhopicante

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    I have W7 x64 too.

    No notice any delay to boot.

    Added WAR and Zemana and all OK until now.

    Tomorrow i will add SpyShelter Firewall and disable Emsisoft firewall.
     
  11. Circuit

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    I forgot to mention I have SBIE ( 5.15.7), and Process Lasso 8.9.8.92 ( 5.15.7), maybe this could contribute toward Slow-boot?
     
  12. ReverseGear

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    I dont have slow boot , but slow opening of apps , slow shut down . General system slow down .
     
  13. The Seeker

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    Hear, hear!
     
  14. scorpionv

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    I'll second that.

    So maybe the move from Beta to Final was too early. The Malwarebytes team could have... [fill in the blanks].

    We all make a lot of decisions, and some of them may backfire later. It only matters how you proceed from there.
     
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    @Peter2150
    Pete, did you find that excluding Reflect with Ransomeware protection turned ON that the VSS file was deleted correctly?
    If you didn't test this, then I'll test using an FD-ISR secondary snapshot.
    I ask because I have 3 programs that use VSS and would need to be excluded....
    J
     
  18. Victek

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    Personally I feel your comment is out of line. MBAM v3 essentially works fine for me; the dramatically faster scans are reason enough to upgrade. People on Wilders tend to have more problems with security software because they have multiple products installed that were not designed to work together. Many of the problem scenarios we see here are not typical for average users. As for when a product should be released that is always a best guess for the reason stated, ie at a certain point you have to expand the base and see how the product performs. All early adopters are testers to a degree. It is generally understood that if you don't want to have any problems you don't install "1.0" products; you wait for a few update cycles.
     
  19. Peter2150

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    Actually, no I didn't, and candidly I have a problem with doing that. Let me explain. Ransomware is a real concern to me, to the point, I've added Pumpernickel(Fides) to my system. I can see what it does, and test that it is working properly. Unfortunately the MBAM approach is proprietary which makes it a black box. I can't test it and have no idea how it works, so when I see a major bug like the VSS thing, I just can't trust my sytem to it, at least not at this point.

    I do remain open and will test when they announce a fix, but the exclusion path isn't one I want to go down.
     
  20. Influenza

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    After big difficulties with MB3 on my first PC, my problems were solved yesterday (thanks to Malwarebytes forum), and now MB3 works very well.
    Today I installed it on my professional and no problem so far.
     
  21. Charyb

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    What were your issues and how were they solved?
     
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    Don't leave us in the dark about your solved problems. Please share them with us, we can all probably learn something. :)
     
  23. Rasheed187

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    Yes I agree, I think most issues are probably caused by incompatibilities between security products, but I can understand the frustration that comes with it.
     
  24. jwcca

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    Thanks Pete, I'll skip my test.
    J
     
  25. marciano222

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    Just trace the user posts in this
    topic and be known
    Regards
     
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