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hayc59
Im Your Huckleberry
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David R.I.P.
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Re: SUPERAntiSpyware Or Malwarebytes Anti-Malware?

said by Dustyn:

I have both of them enabled myself, the paid realtime shields... and I do not notice any conflicts or slowdowns. I hold both of them in the highest regard.

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rcdailey
Dragoonfly
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Rialto, CA

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One thing I had forgotten, that I should mention, is that if you are running a manual scan with Malwarebytes (latest version) and you have SAS (latest version) real-time protection enabled at the same time, you should not open the GUI for SAS. If you do open it and try to look at a listing of logs, for example, SAS will encounter an error, tell you it has to shut down and then open an error report tab, which allows you to report the error (which you should do). When that happens, simply wait for the Malwarebytes scan to conclude, then click to allow SAS to restart. All will be well, so it is not a make-or-break error. It's just something to keep in mind.

I am adding that this is _my_ experience, so if you are running both MBAM and SAS with real-time protection enabled in both and you do not have this same experience, do not be concerned. Every system is unique and every OS version changes the landscape, too. This experience is mine on an old Dell system running XP SP3.
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Exidor
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join:2001-05-04
Brampton, ON
reply to hayc59
said by hayc59:

said by Dustyn:

I have both of them enabled myself, the paid realtime shields... and I do not notice any conflicts or slowdowns. I hold both of them in the highest regard.

Plus One!


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