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5 minutes ago, sofspra said:

I don't think it was me that posted that link.

Was Donald Trump, don't worry...

 

cache:http://www.nsaneforums.com/topic/308214-malwarebytes-3442398/?page=3

 

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sledge101
On 4/7/2018 at 12:56 AM, Undertaker said:

It's only a matter of time till they bust out the host method. Already happened to IDM.

Anyone tried fixing it with AdGuard? Worth a try I would say.

thats interesting.... and possible... :)

 

Welll i still  have updated my MBAM to v3.4.5 in the install update inside the program using a blocklisted key and retained that key btw in my other PC. Frankly , plan to not use this anymore...  or downgrade to 2.2 whatever.

 

Just some update in host setting ... for those who are interested.

0.0.0.0     my-api.malwarebytes.com
0.0.0.0     keystone.mwbsys.com
0.0.0.0     keystone.malwarebytes.com
0.0.0.0    data.service.malwarebytes.com
0.0.0.0     telemetry.malwarebytes.com

 

You can install / update to latest version btw. And please backup the whole config folder to those who have activated it already, in case it resets back to FREE edition , just close MBAM from taskbar, copy your backup config activated files and then restart MBAM SERVICE or better your PC. 

 

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sofspra

I am running V3.4.5 on several PCs.  I just updated 1 PC yesterday.

 

My routine is pretty damn simple =

 

1   I got the V3.4.5 directly from Malwarebytes.  I have a copy on Mediafire.

2   I run the crack first

3  I install V3.4.5 right over the top of prior version

4   The new install starts and then does a re-start to finish

5   I put an exclusion in Malwarebytes for the "Host" file

6   I also protect the Host file from my Norton

 

I notice no change in the activation of Malwarebytes.

 

sofspra

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bergy1964
On 4/9/2018 at 10:17 AM, sofspra said:

I am running V3.4.5 on several PCs.  I just updated 1 PC yesterday.

 

My routine is pretty damn simple =

 

1   I got the V3.4.5 directly from Malwarebytes.  I have a copy on Mediafire.

2   I run the crack first

3  I install V3.4.5 right over the top of prior version

4   The new install starts and then does a re-start to finish

5   I put an exclusion in Malwarebytes for the "Host" file

6   I also protect the Host file from my Norton

 

I notice no change in the activation of Malwarebytes.

 

sofspra

Is it ok to update update after using this? Select yes on this option?

 

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sofspra

My little fleet of PCs was at V3.4.4.   As already stated, I got V3.4.5  directly from Malwarebytes and applied a very simple routine.  Let's wait for the next update to arrive before we try to fix. 

 

sofspra

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sofspra
11 minutes ago, bergy1964 said:

Anyone have an answer? TIA

Not real sure your question.  This is a V3.4.4 thread.  Many posts about V3.4.5.  I have moved from V3.4.4. to V3.4.5 without issue.  I guess you have at least 2 options to get V3.4.5. You can try to update or just go to Malwarebytes and download V3.4.5, apply the crack first and then install V3.4.5 right over V3.4.4.

 

sofspra

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bergy1964

I am referring to the option the OP provided. Can it be updated without issues?   thx

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19 hours ago, bergy1964 said:

I am referring to the option the OP provided. Can it be updated without issues?   thx

Yes, u can. Thx all.

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