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#61
Quote from dr.boyd :
Have a couple of lifetime licenses I got years back and assumed they were no longer valid (most software cos link lifetime licenses to a specific version number). Might have to fish out the cds and install them.
They should still be valid. MB stated that they would honor those licenses - just one device per license. I am using a couple right now and have around four unopened boxes still.
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My grandpappy told me stories of his youth. He said back in the good ole days malwarebytes was totally free and also there were no commercials on the youtube.
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All my builds are similar so I really have no idea why it affects some computers but not others.
The same reason that AstraZeneca COVID vaccine causes blood clots for a few below 30 years but not for almost everyone else regardless of age.
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I just use the free version and occasionally use the on demand scanner. Had the premium but have had conflicts with various programs games. Excluding programs reliably was a hassle as I recall. UI feels pretty primitive.

I probably visit much less risky sites than I did when I was younger... but I actually just use windows defender now. I remember reading some articles from various browser developers complaining about how antivirus/malware programs add additional vulnerabilities when bolt their applications into the windows network stack/inject themselves into browsers. Windows defender/firewall has worked well for years.
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#65
Is it worth waiting for the $5 student offer on this?
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Grabbed this after a few months of being downgraded to free, already had a couple system hangs.. flashbacks to last time I grabbed the deal but wasn't quite sure the culprit. It's so sporadic. It either doesn't like Spotify or Windscribe.
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Quote from darkxsky86 :
Yea I remember buying a lifetime license a while ago and like a year or two later they decided to revoke my license. After that I didn't bother with them anymore.
IF you had a legitimate license then likely 1 of the ebay key sellers hacked your key randomly and sold it. Then someone registered it which then revokes your license if you never registered. This happened to me, a couple of emails with proof that I paid for it and obtained it legitimately and they nuked the other guy and re-instated mines.
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Quote from emazur :
For over a decade (maybe closer to two) I installed Malwarebytes (free version) as a secondary scanner to run monthly but a few months ago I uninstalled it - very frequent taskbar reminders (or pop-ups - I can't remember which) were a big distraction. Hopefully not an issue on the paid version.

Maybe it sounds like I'm being ungrateful so I'll throw a pitch in its favor - for browser redirects to malicious websites it does a far, far better job of protection than Microsoft Defender. A few years ago browser redirects were a common occurrence on Slickdeals:
https://slickdeals.net/e/8687043-slickmalware-net?v=1
It was so bad and ignored for so long that I stopped visiting for several months until they got their act together
When you go premium I dont think you are being prompted with ads popping up anymore, hence a whole reason for them to piss users off with ads so they can pay.
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Quote from RussianBytes :
They used to sell "lifetime" licenses. At that time it was about $20. Dang, I should have purchased more than one then!
I have some of those licenses, and they can be deactivated and moved to new computers. If you have some old licenses, you might consider that.
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Quote from Rhythmic :
They should still be valid. MB stated that they would honor those licenses - just one device per license. I am using a couple right now and have around four unopened boxes still.
Yes, as long as you register them at https://my.malwarebytes.com/en/subscriptions. I have a couple as well. Real, authentic, registerable keys do pop up on eBay every couple of months or so. All the ones being sold for less than $20 and less than 10 feedback cannot be registered and will eventually be useless when an update occurs.
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Other than real time protection, is there any benefit to buying Premium versus using free version with the Browser Guard extension which blocks PUPs, malware, ads & scams?
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Used MWB for many years, until about a year ago it started to cause so many issues with BSOD and general stability. It was mostly due to conflicts between MWB and Bitdefender. Though I'm sure things are resolved now, just wanted to throw in my experience.
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Quote from akaLTD :
Other than real time protection, is there any benefit to buying Premium versus using free version with the Browser Guard extension which blocks PUPs, malware, ads & scams?
Not really. The real time protection is convenient unless you're going to be constantly running manual scans.
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Quote from Danny214 :
Not really. The real time protection is convenient unless you're going to be constantly running manual scans.
Thanks. That's what I've been doing for years now. I don't do much risky stuff except surf net & is why I installed Browser Guard.

I've never had a virus, malware or anything in 20+yrs of computing. Doesn't mean I can't get one but would most likely come from "trusted" internet site. Even then I don't totally trust some of them either.

I'm a paranoid type of internet surfer. lol
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Quote from RussianBytes :
you mean you had malware on your computer, not a virus! do you even know the difference?

Having said that, McAfee isn't a great anti-virus software. Try Norton or stick to the default Windows Defender, which is free in Windows 10.

Best combination per NY Times Wirecutter: Windows Defender + Malwarebytes
If NYT said it, I don't believe it. Fictitious rag.
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