If you already have this just click update and it will update your version. If not this is an awesome product to have for an on demand scanner.
* (FIXED) Problems with progress bar flickering on Vista.
* (FIXED) Minor bugs when trying to update multiple times.
* (FIXED) Problems registering product on Unicode systems.
* (FIXED) Highly optimized GUID scanning.
* (ADDED) Support for Slovak and Norwegian languages.
* (ADDED) Log file name and save date to log file.
* (ADDED) Better detection for Vundo leftovers.
* (ADDED) Better rootkit detection with heuristics.
* (ADDED) New command line parameter: /register. See help file.
Mod Title Edit: Just remove the version # to take care of the version update “problem”
!ot! Hmmm, I really don’t see reason for running so much AS programs, either inactive (as on demand), it cant hurt I know but it seems to me like obsession, isn’t it?
Do you ever find something with them? !ot!
it sure is a nice app i was using webroot and it just killed my sys it just made it s l o w i also use SAS both Mbam SAS are on demand. i do not think it’s over kill to have them i kinda look at it like i do CMF i have not got hit by BOF but if i do CMF is there. i have other things in place also and has no affect on my sys what so ever.i have not found nothing with them not evan a cookie in FF/IE in a long time but will keep them just in-case i ever need there service.
MBAM is suddenly pulling up WWDC by gkweb as a Trojan.It never used to,anyway pretty sure its a fp.Just let them know.Checked it with several online scanners and its ok.
So if anyone else runs into this they should be sorting it.
Title is duly changed although no doubt version 1.18 will soon follow (:LGH)
This company certainly takes the term ‘active development’ to a whole new level,I suppose once the database is increased to the level the developers intend,the updates will be less prevailent. There do seem to be a lot more frequent ‘full updates’ right now.:■■■■
From what I gather though I don’t expect to see a huge database since they seem to be targetting the most active malware that’s in the wild rather than including stuff that’s not a current threat.