Malwarebytes v2.0.1

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To get the update, please download it from our website, or if you're already  
running 2.0, just check for updates. Starting Monday, we will start slowly  
migrating 1.75 users to 2.0; this is currently disabled. If you do not wish  
to participate, please make sure you've disabled the program updates on the  
Update Settings tab in 1.75.

I'd still recommend you disable the program updates until they iron out more  
issues with the software. In other words, remain with v1.75 for the time  
being.



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Lighten up while you still can. Don't even try to understand.  
Just find a place to make your stand and take it easy!


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Edit: In about 2-3 weeks we're going to release yet another patch that will  
fix about ~30 bugs that have been reported or we've discovered. We wanted to  
make sure the UI issues were addressed first since we had some really great  
feedback from everyone.

Again, stay with v1.75 for the time being and turn off program updating.  
So far, this has been a rushed release with far too many problems.


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Take it easy... Don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy.  
Lighten up while you still can. Don't even try to understand.  
Just find a place to make your stand and take it easy!


Re: Malwarebytes v2.0.1

Hi All -

Have the issues previously mentioned here with Malwarebytes v2 been resolved -
or is it still best to not upgrade to this latest version yet?  I'm currently
still running v1.75.0.1300.

Thanks
charliec


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charliec@email.com wrote in

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Nope. I'd still recommend staying with v1.75 for the time being. It's getting  
closer to stable, but not there yet.


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Take it easy... Don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy.  
Lighten up while you still can. Don't even try to understand.  
Just find a place to make your stand and take it easy!


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Thanks - gpt ot!

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Dustin has written on 4/5/2014 2:15 AM:
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I just noticed that MBAM (v1.75 PRO) no longer runs when I start Windows
(7).

And, under the Protection tab, I have a big red box "Protection disabled".

How do I fix these?

Thanks.

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Alek Trishan wrote:
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Have you paid your annual subscription. Alek?

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~BD~ has written on 5/15/2014 2:18 PM:
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My understanding  was that annual subscription fees began with 2.0, and
that users of older paid versions were grandfathered for a year (?) or so.

Is that wrong?

BTW, where does 2.0.x stand now?

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Alek Trishan wrote:
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I'm not 100% sure.

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Again, I cannot be certain. Sorry. :-(  May I suggest that you ask here?

https://forums.malwarebytes.org/

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Alek Trishan wrote:  

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You're asking BD?

Stick with Dustin's advice please.  And for my $.02, don't use the
real-time protection - it sucks.


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G. Morgan wrote:
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BD said .... "May I suggest that you ask here?"

https://forums.malwarebytes.org/

Are you losing YOUR credibility by challenging that advice? Get more  
sleep, Mr.Morgan!

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~BD~ wrote:  

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I am challenging any vestige of credibility you have by alerting the
question asker that your opinion is worthless.

My sleep patterns are none of your business, for the 8th time.


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They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety,
 deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Ben Franklin

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G. Morgan wrote:
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Best you tell the question asker then whole truth about yourself, then,  
Graham Morgan. Give him your web site address so he can see that you are  
'genuine'.

 > My sleep patterns are none of your business, for the 8th time.

I'm sure it has been proven that disturbed sleep patterns distort one's  
judgment. It's around .....

5:15 AM
Friday, May 16, 2014 (CDT)
Time in Houston, TX, USA

That *IS* where you live, isn't it?

Have a great day today! :-)

BD


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~BD~ wrote:  

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Why?  My reputation is not questionable.

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You're sure of what exactly?  I still get sleep, I don't sleep on a
regular schedule is all.

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Visited my site, eh?

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Yes.  I won't be a dick and post your exact address in Devon CTY, UK
though.  You're welcome.


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They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety,
 deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Ben Franklin

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G. Morgan wrote:
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Is that right?!!!   Well, nor is MY integrity questionable!

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Quote:

"Erratic sleep cycles and unusual sleep patterns such as being up at  
night and sleeping during the day may be a result of chemical shifts due  
to drug use and the highs and lows of drug induced states."

You might like to read the whole article, here:  
http://www.childhelp.org/pages/symptoms-of-abuse

Parents have to be aware of such things!

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I have - but not for a week or two. That was straight from Google.

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Thank you.  :-)

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G. Morgan has written on 5/16/2014 5:32 AM:
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How is sucky RT protection worse than no RT protection at all?

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Alek Trishan wrote:  

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It blocks websites for no apparent reason, and does not tell you why it's
on the blacklist.  I've scanned site MBAM blocked and found nothing wrong
with them.

It also slows down your browsing noticeably.

I have Kaspersky installed with a RT module, it does not get in the way
of normal browsing and *will* detect dangerous sites without false
alarms.

Don't just take my word for it...  Dustin and David H. Lipman are former
employees.  Let's see how they rate the RT "protection".



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They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety,
 deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Ben Franklin

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G. Morgan wrote:
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That is true.

Do you know *why* Malwarebytes ... um ...  'let them go'?

 > Let's see how they rate the RT "protection".

Yes. Let's! :-)



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uvOnZ2dnUVZ8kWdnZ2d@bt.com:

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Yep. Neither of us are founders.
  
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First, why would he have any knowledge concerning the internals at  
Malwarebytes? He knows as much as you do with respect to the companies  
internals. IE: nada.

Malwarebytes didn't "let us" go anywhere. David already told you what  
happened with him; I won't let you slime him by implying he was fired; that  
was NOT the case. Nor was it the case with me, you POS slimeball.


--  
Take it easy... Don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy.  
Lighten up while you still can. Don't even try to understand.  
Just find a place to make your stand and take it easy!


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Dustin wrote:  

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That is correct.

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More slime from Devon.  What a great "Christian" he is.


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They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety,
 deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Ben Franklin

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