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The New Malwarebytes

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Posted 19 December 2010 - 04:22 AM

Just a few lines on the slow demise of the Malwarebytes General Help forum lately - Has anybody else noticed subtle alterations to the main areas of the forum - Marcin (Rubber Duckey) laid down a few fairly heavy rules in the last few weeks and was backed up by the On Line Manager (Ron Lewis) - If you were a regular reader or poster on the forum then you may have noted that most of the usual helpers are now no longer there and were replaced by newly employed staff helpers - :busy:
Marcin implied he may have plans to add an Antivirus content (Sunbelt based ?) as well as a paid telephone assistance service ? :unsure:
These items are all included in Clause 15 of the new EULA as well as personal statements on site from these people, that if you have access you can read for yourself - -

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