We provide unlimited free use for consumer, home users. This License applies to one instance of the Software, which may only be installed on one computer at a time. Keep it lightweight Must work with major antivirus programs such as Symantec, McAfee, etc. But only if it is a bootable usb version. If there is a portable version now does this mean that the installer will be dispensable? Why don't people try to make it themself? You may not combine this Software with a script, application , hardware or tool which would cause it to run on an automated or unattended basis. If you have the computer knowledge then by all means I'm sure you could figure out a method to get it installed on your own. And that the portable version is used from now? I wonder if the portable version works like the regular version or not?? One thing to consider is Mbam uses driver technology.
I definately appreciate it, I've been waiting a long time for this. For the masses though that don't know how that is what an alternative is for. Having just cleared a group of rootkit and rogue trash from my wife's computer I must say I too would love a portable version of your program. You may not use a single instance of the Software across a network; rather, you may install it on only one computer at a time per license and run it locally on that computer. Of course there could be some differences that I am unaware of that would make this impossible so I won't hold my breath. You agree that the Software is the property of Malwarebytes and that all code within the Software is the valid copyright of Malwarebytes.
Even with careful computing, one can run across a malware laden site, waiting to steal everything that one has. You may not reverse engineer, decompile, modify, or create derivative works of the Software , nor may you make any attempt to discover the source code of the Software except where permitted by law. My approach is paranoid, but it works for me. If you agree to the terms of this license without modification, then you may install and run the enclosed Software under this License subject to the following restrictions: One Computer Per License 1. Once installed onto a computer, the Software may be operated by any person using the computer, whether directly or via remote connection. We would never host any of our products on sites like MegaUpload or RapidShare. At this point probably not even Marcin lead developer because he and the others are far too busy fighting malware and fixing bugs.
No way to update if the program cannot phone home. I didn't make the same mistake the second time, I grabbed it for my notebook. After running it twice, the first time it was blocked from updating, I was able to use all of the tools to clean things up. All types of business use require proper licensing. Atleast, another method of installation should our malware enemies keep trying to disable our installation. The installation is the issue and the forums and automated installer are designed for the average user in mind.
. By installing or running this software, you are agreeing to the terms of this License. Then run a full scan. No, that is not ours. Don't get me wrong I love your program and I'll be buying it instead of just using your free version very soon.
I was unsucessful in installing Malwarebytes, Adaware, Spybot or any other tool to clean the machine by the rogue apps I was needing to clean up. Users who wish to transfer their license to a different computer must first completely uninstall the Software from the first computer, then reinstall the software on the new computer and re-register the Software on the new computer with Malwarebytes. Normally our software is crippled without the use of it's drivers, which are installed by the installer. I don't mind to be a beta tester if there is such a program. How can those antivirus lives with each other so harmonously! I would pay for a portable version. If this version is available it will be up to date? I tried it with several apps, like Safari, and it works. Just try and find all of the mbam files on your computer! Yes, it took work and a lot of configuring to get the programs to play nice.
In a portable environment, this probably will not work properly for complete removal. There is a great need for this. You may not use the Software as part of any computer repair, help desk or troubleshooting service, unless you have each customer purchase an individual Full License for each of their respective computers which you repair or otherwise service. You may not use the Software for any commercial purpose. I could see such a tool being useful for repair techs, but not so much for forum use etc. I have been assigned with the task of trying to make it somewhat portable.
Could you not set it to delete instead of quarantine? One thing that would probably be necessary is installing it's drivers automatically when the program runs and having them run from the location of the program itself instead of the System32 folder. It took a search and destroy manual effort in the registry to stun the malware to the point where Spybot finaly installed. Thanks for giving it a try either way. I see little difference between installing it or using a portable version in such scenarios because users would then certainly have to extract it if it's contained in a zip file something not all users know how to do, though it isn't too difficult , or it would be a self-extracting compressed file, which is really all an installer is anyway. You may not use the Software as part of a service provider or service bureau. The License is for use on the personal or business computers of its owner only.
Maybe we can ask the makers of malicious software to take some time off so the developers have more time to work on porting it over and making it portable? You may not, nor may you permit any other person to sublicense, rent or lease any portion of the Software. Greetings Raj As for a portable version, that may happen someday, but would require that the entire codebase of the program be rewritten in a different programming language like C, so if this ever happens it most likely won't be soon. All that needs to be installed are the definitions in the user data folder, which can be done with a batch file. We use other products to do the similar scanning routines like ClamWin for antivirus. I registered today, just so I can stay in the loop! Now back on topic, yes it would take a lot of work, but I've read more than just hints around here that porting it to C will happen, as to when, who knows? We put a lot of time, effort, and money into providing what we believe is an excellent tool to assist in detection and removal of malware.
Or we will have updated it the usual way? Plus I know several repair shops that download tools like ComboFix and then delete if after they use it. Copyrights and Permitted Use of the Software 5. B understand the complexity of porting such a fine and optimised program, but we always live in hope. Thanks for looking into doing this! What makes you think they wouldn't just download a new version of Malwarebytes every time they use it? Indecision caused me to miss out on the previous promo, when I decided a couple of hours later to buy it, it was sold out. You may not run the Software on a network, but must install it on only on the quantity of individual computers you are licensed for and run it locally on those computers. Plus what would happen with quaritine and logs getting mixed from multiple systems. .