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  1. You were already given the ONLY and correct answer. The business version is the ONLY one that can give you the features you want. This is by DESIGN due to ABUSE of the home version in businesses.
  2. Official test link http://iptest.malwarebytes.org/
  3. That site is also now blocked by MBAM web protection. I would not have gone to the JRT tool for that issue. MBAM and your AV scan would be all I do. Also I would have used Ccleaner to clean the temp files and I would have been done.
  4. Task manager would have closed that most of the time. It is just a fake warning in your browser and not an infection. See these all the time.
  5. If all possible before you format de activate MBAM first to avoid these issues.
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  7. There is a case being addressed in your other thread. It is best to continue there.
  8. Don't use any utility on Windows.
  9. Uncheck that box so all those instances of chrome don't run all the time.
  10. Go to settings and scroll down and click advanced settings and un check the highlighted box'
  11. @emendelson Why don't you put your hard work up on http://mac.majorgeeks.com/
  12. Hi @chadatmacupdate I am not a Mac user but the above is just as wrong in the Mac world as it is in the Windows world. Many Mac users believe there Mac is "bullet proof" and of course don't read fine print just like Windows users. There are other ways to monetize your business without foisting bundled installers upon your visitors. It makes NO difference if it opt or opt out. Might want to take a look at Majorgeeks and see how they do it. They inform you in each description if the installer is bundled or not. They test each one. The above is my opinion and I do NOT work for Malwarebytes but I am a strong believer in what Malwarebytes does for the computing community.
  13. Yes it will. So for further help please contact the help desk for private assistance. They will advise on the scans they need.