Most of them would have been tired of trying Malwarebytes again and again hoping for improvement in detection and resource usage. But at last finding the same truth, it is good only for cleaning infected machine and free version can do that too.If you ask around the forum, I bet there is a lot of people who would even give them away for lack of use
Well, I would gladly pay them and get that and let them unlift the burden of MB Honestly, I have faith in MB; at least they run their own technology and they are doing pretty good.If you ask around the forum, I bet there is a lot of people who would even give them away for lack of use
Well, I purchased many keys from eBay such as Bullguard and the keys are working fine and are legit (newegg keycards), so it depends. I have never had luck purchasing Kaspersky keys from any of those sites; the keys get blocked after some time.Anything which isn't an authorised retailer or from eBay is not trusted at all and should be left alone.
Good point and this what would likely happen. Thank you for pointing this out.and the seller would still have the key, even after selling it to you. so you would have to trust him that he isn't going to sell it to other people too, or use it again in the future.
You are only allowed 1 computer per lifetime license.
So are lifetime license's only good for 12 years????? Mine says it never "expires"eBay is not and never has been an authorized reseller of Malwarebytes. Any license purchased from there is almost certainly an illegal license.
That is correct. We stopped selling lifetime licenses in 2014. For those that do have a valid legit license, it continues to be honored and valid from sales dating back to 2008. If you purchased one back then you've been able to upgrade now for 12 years without additional cost.
I do have several of my own retail purchases of Malwarebytes Lifetime tucked away but as an employee, I already get a free license for my systems.