I'm having a problem with Avira Phantom VPN not working, which I'm working with Avira to resolve.
However, I would like to run an idea by this forum about that, because I suspect that Avira may have a conflict of interest in advising me about one aspect of this problem.
As I had mentioned in my thread User account hijacked by MSN, thanks to Avira.
I had both Avira Antivirus Pro and Malwarebytes installed. As a condition of helping me to rectify my problem with Avira Phantom VPN, they insisted I uninstall MB.
But I never experienced a collision between MB and Avira Antivirus, so I suspect Avira may just be trying to quash their competition. So I reinstalled MB after a session working with Avira.
So I pose the following question here, rather than to Avira:
Is it possible Phantom's problems are due to a collision with MB?
Specifically, could MB be repeatedly disabling Phantom? And if so, is there a way to configure MB so that it won't block Phantom?