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  1. Hello I have been reselling MalwareBytes' Anti-Malware for the past 18 months or so. I usually supply the consumer licenses. For these I will normally purchase a batch of licenses. Occasionally I have business clients that I supply corporate licenses. For these I always buy the required amount of licenses and register in my client's name. All done via Cleverbridge. The last couple of corporate licenses I have purchased tell me that the subscription has ended and there will be no further billing events. This is different to how it used to work. Normally the message from CleverBridge would say I am subscribed to a multiple payment product. Then I would be billed and I would then bill my client. I did find this way a bit of a pain to deal with as I worry that I'm going to forget to charge a client. Anyway I don't have a large number of corporate clients so it's not a huge issue. But can someone confirm or explain what is going on here? Is Cleverbridge going to notify my client directly and then they pay them for the following year's subscription? If not how do you continue the subscription on a corporate license?
  2. Hi there Hader You may find it useful to try the manual registry method of adding exclusions to McAfee: The info on how to do this is in post #3 and #9 .. I have configured lots of systems successfully using those registry exclusions and setting MBAM to ignore McAfee's files and folders. 64 bit and 32 bit. But none of them had a solid state drive... Good luck!
  3. Serif Page Plus is worth a look as well. Starter edition is free with email activation. Unfortunately none of the publisher alternatives can open the files created by MS Publisher.
  4. Try Scribus
  5. Hi TinkBell. You're welcome! I'm very pleased to hear that you're up and running with McAfee and MBAM Pro. Thanks for registering and posting in detail the method you used.
  6. Just updated my old AMD Athlon XP test rig. Installing straight over the top as well. Win XP Pro 32 bit, 1gb RAM, Running McAfee Internet Security. It had been running slowly lately. Straight after updating the system is now running noticeably faster. Prior to the upgrade Memory usage for MBAMSERVICE was around 80,000. Now down to around 23,000. Nice improvement!
  7. No problems installing over the top on my home PC. Running Win 7 x64 Home Premium with Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security alongside MBAM Pro.
  8. Very nice pictures! Brings back great memories of attending my first Indy Car race way back in the mid 90's. Experiencing the speed, power and the noise up close for the first time. Along with soaking up all the atmosphere track side was very cool! So much better than just watching on TV. A shame that the access to the track isn't as good now but I'm sure it would have been a great weekend all the same.
  9. I now have the .txt files of the registry keys. Two of them are XP systems that I setup last year. The other is for a Vista 32 bit machine I did yesterday. The XP systems are interesting as the MBAM exclusion entries are no longer the last ones. They definitely were when I set them up. If you look you can see a few exclusion entries for Sonic. That obviously would have happened during a McAfee software update. It pleases me that McAfee didn't trash/overwrite my manually added entries for MBAM. If anyone reading this thread and trying these methods pleast post your results as WetLook has done. Also if you can add your basic system details CPU type/speed, memory Operating system. That would be great as well. mcvista.txt mcxp.txt mcxp2.txt
  10. Excellent! Great to hear your issue looks to be resolved. Thankyou for posting the full details of the settings used.
  11. No there are no issues with the free version. It's only MBAM Pro with the real time protection module enabled that the problems can occur.
  12. My deepest sympathies to all his family to all his friends and family from another Aussie on the other side of the continent. His presence will be sadly missed. I am sorry I never had the opportunity to speak with him. From his posts and the thoughts of others I'm sure we would have had quite a bit in common.
  13. Thanks Wetlook for adding your system specs! Are you still experiencing freezes after adding all of the McAfee folders and files to the ignore list of MalwareBytes? Could you just check my post here: and confirm you have all the relevant McAfee files and folders in your ignore list?
  14. Ok so I have now compiled a more comprehensive list of files and folders to go in the ignore list tab of MalwareBytes FOLDERS (Most important to resolve freezing and severe system slowdowns) For Windows XP only: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\McAfee For Windows Vista and 7 only - both 32 bit and 64 bit: C:\Program Data\McAfee Note: If you cannot find the above folders make sure your system is set to view "Show Hidden files and folders" For all versions of Windows XP Vista and 7: C:\Program Files\McAfee C:\Program Files\ C:\Program Files\Common Files\McAfee For 64 bit Windows 7 and Vista only: C:\Program Files(x86)\McAfee C:\Program Files(x86)\ C:\Program Files(x86)\Common Files\McAfee FILES (These are McAfee drivers - by adding these you should have better system performance) For Windows XP\Vista\7 32 bit: (Not for 64 bit refer to note below): C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mfeapfk.sys C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mfeavfk.sys C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mfebopk.sys C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mfeclnk.sys C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mfefirek.sys C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mfehidk.sys C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mfendisk.sys C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mferkdet.sys C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mfetdi2k.sys Note about the files above. I have found it is not possible to add these files on 64 bit versions of Windows 7 even though the files do exist. I don't understand why this but as explained earlier the folders are the critical ones. Also as promised these are the manual McAfee registry exclusions for 64 bit Windows 7 and Vista. Please read my post 3 in this thread on how to add these using regedit. 4|3|%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware\mbam.exe 4|3|%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware\mbamgui.exe 4|3|%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware\mbamservice.exe 4|3|%windir%\system32\drivers\mbam.sys 4|3|%windir%\syswow64\drivers\mbamswissarmy.sys
  15. No problem! Yes I can export the parent key. This is for the McAfee registry exclusions I presume? Also can I ask is there any way to export the ignored files and folders for MalwareBytes? That always takes me longer to do those than the registry edits for McAfee.