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Hey Tom.

 

Yep I got it! But I only use MBAM on-demand like I always have so I can't say much about how 2.0 works in real-time. :)

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Well just wait and you wishes will be granted-version 2.0.1.1004 is now released addressing some colors, sizes and other things....

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I have the paid Lifetime version on all 5 of my computers (4 Windows 7 and 1 Vista).

The only problem I am having is that sometimes I cannot shut down and have to go thru a simple change in procedure to do it.

I understand that they will be releasing another set of fixes soon and I hope that this problem will be included.

I ran the beta on all 5 of my computers and mentioned the problem on their forum but never saw any other mention of it.

Yes, my fingers are crossed.

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This is true

I would simply continue use of Malwarebytes for the second db and Registry object scanning it performs.

Hello Arakasi :)

 

Proper configuration of HIPS and all problems are solved :)

This avoids having to install a second scanner;)

 

Regards;

 

Vigen.

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Who said i had problems ?

 

I have multiple on-demand scanners, and ESET does not have the registry object scanning that Malwarebytes has .

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I used to use Malwarebytes but I no longer use it nor do I recommend them.

 

I believe in only having 1 resident real time scanner, anything more is asking for trouble, thats just my opinion.

 

I tried using Malwarebytes 2.0 realtime protection with ESET Smart Security 7 and seen a very big noticeable performance hit, even with exclusions set.

 

On Demand scanning for Malwarebytes would be fine I guess, but, I wouldn't use its real time protection

 

I believe ESET offers adequate protection for me, and don't see the need for any outside assistance from Malwarebytes.

 

 

Just my opinion.  :)

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Please don't give users mixed signals based on experience with said software. State the facts - cite links and don't  generalize.

 

Who said i had problems ?

 

I have multiple on-demand scanners, and ESET does not have the registry object scanning that Malwarebytes has .

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Please don't give users mixed signals based on experience with said software. State the facts - cite links and don't  generalize.

 

Who said i had problems ?

 

I have multiple on-demand scanners, and ESET does not have the registry object scanning that Malwarebytes has .

 

 

Please explain how this is related to me ?

It has nothing to do with me, and your accusations are incorrect.

 

I don't give mixed signals, i use MBAM with real time protection and have no issues.

The facts are stated in the link i provided in post #11, that link also does not dismiss mbam, nor eset.

 

What is generalized about the link i provided and the statement i made.

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When Malwarebytes 2.0 was introduced, I actually started using it in real time. So far ho hick-ups or hang-ups. :) I do regard ESET SS7 as my main work horse. Each serve their own purpose.

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Where is my ignore button ? 

Click on your username "siljaline" next to the logout button, then -> "manage ignore prefs" 

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It was a figure of speech SweX - Relax !!  This a New Forum and definitely not Wilders. Lets all behave like adults and get along and concentrate on keeping users running virus free. 

Where is my ignore button ? 

Click on your username "siljaline" next to the logout button, then -> "manage ignore prefs" 

 

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It was a figure of speech SweX - Relax !!  This a New Forum and definitely not Wilders. Lets all behave like adults and get along and concentrate on keeping users running virus free. 

Where is my ignore button ? 

Click on your username "siljaline" next to the logout button, then -> "manage ignore prefs" 

 

 

If it was meant like a joke then i'm sorry but it wasn't that obvious to me anyway.

 

If you also would have used a smiley such as  :P  :D  :lol:  ^_^  :rolleyes: then it would probably have been a little bit easier to figure out. 

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