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sweet offer!!!
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Looks like nice deals. Might hop on it
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I thought these are life time and not one year and comes with FAR offer at frys?.May be not.
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That's it? or BUMP...
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They used to offer lifetime deals but it was for only one computer. Maybe because its a 3 license one its only for a year?
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can you buy multiple ones (5x max, newegg says) to get 5 years for $125?
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Can this subscription be used for you mobile device
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Can anyone comment on Avast versus Kaspersky?
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Malwarebytes has not offered lifetime keys for the past two years. There product has really gone down hill. Check out their forum board before you buy to see all the problems. This was my go-to program for malware but not any more. Even though I have three life time key's that are grandfathered in, I did not install it on my new computer build. When version 3 came out and updated from version 2, it screwed up my computer so bad I had to reload it from a backup. Check the forum boards about Malwarebytes version 3. My short take on this is that if you want to be a beta tester and pay them to test their software, then buy this. Their Pro-Business version does not update anywhere near as often and does not have the problems that the consumer grade version has. It is like the consumers are the beta testers for the business version. They always want logs from their testers or I mean if you have a problem.
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Weird I just purchased 2 lifetime licenses yesterday for $8.63 a piece. Is that considered a deal? Both activated with never expires.
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I guess the lifetime version is never coming back Frown
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What do you recommend as an alternative?

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Malwarebytes has not offered lifetime keys for the past two years. There product has really gone down hill. Check out their forum board before you buy to see all the problems. This was my go-to program for malware but not any more. Even though I have three life time key's that are grandfathered in, I did not install it on my new computer build. When version 3 came out and updated from version 2, it screwed up my computer so bad I had to reload it from a backup. Check the forum boards about Malwarebytes version 3. My short take on this is that if you want to be a beta tester and pay them to test their software, then buy this. Their Pro-Business version does not update anywhere near as often and does not have the problems that the consumer grade version has. It is like the consumers are the beta testers for the business version. They always want logs from their testers or I mean if you have a problem.
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nebody00,

Would you care to tell where we might be able to get the lifetime deals? Thanks...
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Last edited by whltng April 24, 2018 at 04:05 PM. Reason: Clarify who I am asking the question
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djsolzs,

You have not answered the question. What do you recommend as an alternative to Malwarebytes??
All you have done twice is to tell us that it messed up your computer. OK then, what is a good alternative to Malwarebytes that will not mess up your computer and doesn't make you feel like a beta tester?
Thanks
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