goodjohnjr

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I believe that it may be able to find some things that Malwarebytes itself doesn't. In any case, it won't hurt to run it. It's portable, so there's nothing to install and it scans very quickly.
Hello @roger_m,

I would assume that it would possibly detect some things like some pre-installed software that Malwarebytes possibly does not currently detect.

Yeah, it would not hurt to keep it around until we know for sure, and I agree that it is portable and quick; I wish that Norton Power Eraser would update from within the program itself like Malwarebytes AdwCleaner.

-John Jr
 

Mops21

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Hi all

Malwarebytes 4.0.1.31 Beta


With best Regards
Mops21
 

Mops21

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tailHey

Level 6
Hello everyone!

Malwarebytes 4.0 has just been released after weeks of beta-testing.

Here's the annoucement.

TL;DR? New interface, new detection engine, better update workflow, and numerous other fixes and improvements.

Unlike others I didn't consider MB has jumped the shark with MB 3 releases, they weren't flawless but were effective enough. I had tested MB 4 beta for a couple of weeks and it was a pleasant surprise to notice improvements in several areas. Hopefully you'll give it another chance, I'm looking forward to read/watch what you think of it!

Happy surfing :)
 

Burrito

Level 23
Hello everyone!

Malwarebytes 4.0 has just been released after weeks of beta-testing.

... new detection engine... numerous other fixes and improvements.

Unlike others I didn't consider MB has jumped the shark..

Happy surfing :)

Thanks for the announcement tailHey.

I commend Malwarebytes for actually manning-up and being part of the testing at AV-Test. Although they have not done well (yet), they apparently believe that things will get better, or they would not have voluntarily participated in the test series. The worst capabilities like Webroot and Heimdal just hide from testing and make excuses.

The "new detection engine" is the interesting thing here. Maybe one of our Malware Hub testers can give Malwarebytes a run in the Hub again.

And oh yeah, I think Malwarebytes had definitely 'jumped the shark.'

But I'm still hopeful for a comeback.
 

Correlate

Level 14
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New in Malwarebytes 4.0
Performance and protection
Malwarebytes Katana, a new anti-virus engine, provides improved detection of the latest zero-day threats and dynamically extends the detection capabilities of malware modifications.
The software is now registered as the main antivirus solution in Windows Defender Security Center.
Ease of use
Redesigned user interface to enhance user experience.
The new Threat Center integration lets you know more about any threats detected.
The new online installer at any time ensures that you install the latest version of antivirus software.
Improved stability and bug fixes
Improved performance and faster scanning.
Many improvements and fixes.
 

oldschool

Level 54
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And oh yeah, I think Malwarebytes had definitely 'jumped the shark.'
This may be the case, but the free anti-exploit perpetual beta is a little gem, for those who find it.

The software is now registered as the main antivirus solution in Windows Defender Security Center.
I guess they're throwing in all of their chips with this move since it will mean do or die.
 

eXDj

Level 7
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How add this in Kaspersky
Exclude the following files:
  • C:\Windows\System32\drivers\mbae64.sys (mbae.sys for x86 systems)
  • C:\Windows\System32\drivers\mbam.sys
  • C:\Windows\System32\drivers\MBAMChameleon.sys
  • C:\Windows\System32\drivers\MBAMSwissArmy.sys
  • C:\Windows\System32\drivers\mwac.sys
  • C:\Windows\system32\Drivers\farflt.sys
Only disable ransowmare protection module in Malwarebytes !Work with Kaspersky...still present !
 

Burrito

Level 23
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Against my better judgment, I downloaded Malwarebytes 4.0.4.

And all went well.

Since both the previous major update transitions were not smooth, my expectations were low.

The soft blue on soft blue motif brings out my metro-feminine side.

A change from 3.x ------ when one hits the "My Account" button, it does not lead to account info in the Malwarebytes GUI. It opens my.malwarebytes webpage.


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They remember me..

They did seem to redesign much of the GUI.

There is now only one type of scan, the "Threat Scan." So the quick scan (whatever it was called) is gone.
 

eXDj

Level 7
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Sorry, Yes files *.sys can be excluded, but not via "Trusted Application" settings nor via Application Control, but via Mange Exclusions:

i dont find ,please see ...
...
UPDATE
Not work,malwarebytes+kaspersky work only disable ransowmare protection module in Malwarebytes !
 

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