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Malwarebytes is a next-generation antivirus replacement. Malwarebytes is the first of its kind for home users, employing four independent technology modules—anti-malware, anti-ransomware, anti-exploit, and malicious website protection—to block and remove both known and unknown threats. Malwarebytes has been engineered to provide the most effective layered approach of prevention, detection and remediation technologies. Malwarebytes detects malware automatically, before it can infect, shields vulnerable systems and software from exploit attacks, stops ransomware attacks before your data is held hostage, prevents access to and from known malicious webpages, Detects and removes malware and advanced threats, removes rootkits and repairs the files they damage.

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MalwareBytes Anti-Malware v1.7 By @Deltafox

 

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Site: https://cloud.mail.ru
Sharecode[?]: /public/5omq/6cXhSWMqG
 
Site: https://yadi.sk
Sharecode[?]: /d/rn6cb4Gq3KaczS

 

Site: https://sendit.cloud
Sharecode[?]: /wqfqxx231t8x

 

 Instruction :

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    1) Uninstall all MalwareBytes Applications
    2) Start Keygen and click on Pre-Activate
    3) Install MalwareBytes v3.x
    4) Enjoy..

 

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VIKTOR PAVEL
4 hours ago, asmadesign said:

Sorry how to add to the host file

 I have not done it before

 

Thanks

 

HOSTS file is in this directory: image.png.20dc5750127be2762c614ae6ddf30e91.png

 

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many ways to modify HOSTS file
- go to location and modify with Notepad
- open directly with Notepad>File>Open
- Type in RUN dialog :  image.png.34102b2d68b470a4443d75b079cb8205.png


in all methods you need run Notepad As Administrator


1) find Notepad shortcut and right-click on his icon
2) select Run as administrator

 

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3) open Notepad now and use File>Open
4) open file in this location: image.png.20dc5750127be2762c614ae6ddf30e91.png


- if you have UAC popup click Yes

- if you not see HOSTS file (coz it is have no extension) select in Open dialog : All Files (*.*)

 

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5) add lines you want - in this example : 127.0.0.1       keystone.mwbsys.com
6) Click File > Save and save changes.
7) you can make this file "Read Only" to never allow other apps change it automatically


There is programs to manage your HOSTS file :
- HostsMan : http://www.abelhadigital.com/hostsman
or
- Hosts File Editor : http://hostsfileseditor.weebly.com


this 2 programs is here posted in nsaneforum but search function is indexing now

try later find them if you want


This is was only example

i am not say you need add this in your hosts file

you can use this methods to add what ever you want in HOSTS file

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Why not use address 0.0.0.0 in instead of 127.0.0.1? 

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Just now, bubbada said:

Why not use address 0.0.0.0 in instead of 127.0.0.1? 

 

this form 127.0.0.1

or this form 0.0.0.0

is same - some users report 0.0.0.0 is more fast but it is not easy to evaluate difference in speed

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Just now, eLciYiBs said:

does the keygen still work? pls

 

not tested coz i am not need it runing all time

i am not like resident programs or services - i only use portable version very rarely

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11 minutes ago, eLciYiBs said:

does the keygen still work? pls

It's working but a bit trickier than before.. Try the instruction in the post #2. If not working, I will tell you how.

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1 hour ago, bubbada said:

Why not use address 0.0.0.0 in instead of 127.0.0.1? 

 

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    What is the Difference Between 127.0.0.1 and 0.0.0.0?

  •         127.0.0.1 is the loopback address (also known as localhost).     
  •         0.0.0.0 is a non-routable meta-address used to designate an invalid, unknown, or non-applicable target (a ‘no particular address’ place holder).     

    In the context of a route entry, it usually means the default route.

    In the context of servers, 0.0.0.0 means all IPv4 addresses on the local machine. If a host has two IP addresses, 192.168.1.1 and 10.1.2.1, and a server running on the host listens on 0.0.0.0, it will be reachable at both of those IPs.

    What is the IP Address 127.0.0.1?

    127.0.0.1 is the loopback Internet protocol (IP) address also referred to as the localhost. The address is used to establish an IP connection to the same machine or computer being used by the end-user.

    The same convention is defined for computers that support IPv6 addressing using the connotation of ::1. Establishing a connection using the address 127.0.0.1 is the most common practice; however, using any IP address in the range of 127…* will function in the same or a similar manner. The loopback construct gives a computer or device capable of networking the capability to validate or establish the IP stack on the machine.

    Source: 127.0.0.1 – What Are its Uses and Why is it Important?

    Special Addresses

    The class A network number 127 is assigned the loopback function, that is, a datagram sent by a higher level protocol to a network 127 address should loop back inside the host. No datagram sent to a network 127 address should ever appear on any network anywhere.

    Source: Network Numbers

    If it is Whole Class A, What is the Point of Other Arbitrary Values for the Last Three Octets?

    The purpose of the loopback range is testing of the TCP/IP protocol implementation on a host. Since the lower layers are short-circuited, sending to a loopback address allows the higher layers (IP and above) to be effectively tested without the chance of problems at the lower layers manifesting themselves. 127.0.0.1 is the address most commonly used for testing purposes.

    Source: IP Reserved, Loopback and Private Addresses

    For more information see the Ask Ubuntu question: What is the Loopback Device and How do I Use it?

    What is the IP Address 0.0.0.0?

    0.0.0.0 is a valid address syntax. So it should parse as valid wherever an IP address in traditional dotted-decimal notation is expected. Once parsed and converted to workable numeric form, then its value determines what happens next.

    The all-zero value does have a special meaning. So it is valid, but has a meaning that may not be appropriate (and thus treated as not valid) for particular circumstances. It is basically the ‘no particular address’ placeholder. For things like address binding of network connections, the result can be to assign an appropriate interface address to the connection. If you are using it to configure an interface, it can instead remove an address from the interface. It depends on the context of use to determine what ‘no particular address’ really does.

    In the context of a route entry, it usually means the default route. That happens as a result more of the address mask, which selects the bits to compare. A mask of 0.0.0.0 selects no bits, so the comparison will always succeed. So when such a route is configured, there is always somewhere for packets to go (if configured with a valid destination).

    In some cases, merely ‘0’ will also work and have the same effect. But this is not guaranteed. The 0.0.0.0 form is the standard way to say ‘no particular address’ (in IPv6 that is ::0 or just ::).

    Source: What is the Meaning of the IP Address 0.0.0.0?

    In Internet Protocol version 4, the address 0.0.0.0 is a non-routable meta-address used to designate an invalid, unknown, or non applicable target. To give a special meaning to an otherwise invalid piece of data is an application of in-band signaling.

    In the context of servers, 0.0.0.0 means all IPv4 addresses on the local machine. If a host has two IP addresses, 192.168.1.1 and 10.1.2.1, and a server running on the host listens on 0.0.0.0, it will be reachable at both of those IPs (Note: This particular text is repeated from above as part of the overall answer).

    In the context of routing, 0.0.0.0 usually means the default route, i.e. the route which leads to ‘the rest of’ the Internet instead of somewhere on the local network.

    Uses Include:    

  •         The address a host claims as its own when it has not yet been assigned an address. Such as when sending the initial DHCPDISCOVER packet when using DHCP.       
  •         The address a host assigns to itself when an address request via DHCP has failed, provided the host’s IP stack supports this. This usage has been replaced with the APIPA mechanism in modern operating systems.       
  •         A way to specify any IPv4-host at all. It is used in this way when specifying a default route.        
  •         A way to explicitly specify that the target is unavailable. Source: 127.0.0.1 – What Are its Uses and Why is it Important?        
  •         A way to specify any IPv4 address at all. It is used in this way when configuring servers (i.e. when binding listening sockets). This is known to TCP programmers as INADDR_ANY. [bind(2) binds to addresses, not interfaces.]     

    In IPv6, the all-zeros-address is written as ::

    Source: 0.0.0.0 (Wikipedia)

    DHCP Discovery/Request

    When a client boots up for the first time, it is said to be in the initializing state, and transmits a DHCPDISCOVER message on its local physical subnet over User Datagram Protocol (UDP) port 67 (BootP server). Since the client has no way of knowing the subnet to which it belongs, the DHCPDISCOVER is an all subnets broadcast (destination IP address of 255.255.255.255), with a source IP address of 0.0.0.0. The source IP address is 0.0.0.0 since the client does not have a configured IP address.

    If a DHCP server exists on this local subnet and is configured and operating correctly, the DHCP server will hear the broadcast and respond with a DHCPOFFER message. If a DHCP server does not exist on the local subnet, there must be a DHCP/BootP Relay Agent on this local subnet to forward the DHCPDISCOVER message to a subnet that contains a DHCP server.

    This relay agent can either be a dedicated host (Microsoft Windows Server, for example) or a router (a Cisco router configured with interface level IP helper statements, for example).

    

    After the client receives a DHCPOFFER, it responds with a DHCPREQUEST message, indicating its intent to accept the parameters in the DHCPOFFER, and moves into the requesting state. The client may receive multiple DHCPOFFER messages, one from each DHCP server that received the original DHCPDISCOVER message. The client chooses one DHCPOFFER and responds to that DHCP server only, implicitly declining all other DHCPOFFER messages. The client identifies the selected server by populating the Server Identifier option field with the DHCP server’s IP address.

    The DHCPREQUEST is also a broadcast, so all DHCP servers that sent a DHCPOFFER will see the DHCPREQUEST, and each will know whether its DHCPOFFER was accepted or declined. Any additional configuration options that the client requires will be included in the options field of the DHCPREQUEST message. Even though the client has been offered an IP address, it will send the DHCPREQUEST message with a source IP address of 0.0.0.0. At this time, the client has not yet received verification that it is clear to use the IP address.

    

    Client-server conversation for a client obtaining a DHCP address where the client and DHCP server reside on same subnet:

    what-is-the-difference-between-127001-and-0000-01

    Source: Understanding and Troubleshooting DHCP in Catalyst Switch or Enterprise Networks

    Default Route

    This document explains how to configure a default route or gateway of last resort. These IP commands are used:    

  •         ip default-gateway        
  •         ip default-network        
  •         ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0     

    IP Route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

    Creating a static route to the network 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 is another way to set the gateway of last resort on a router. As with the ip default-network command, using the static route to 0.0.0.0 is not dependent on any routing protocols. However, IP routing must be enabled on the router.

    Note: IGRP does not understand a route to 0.0.0.0. Therefore, it cannot propagate default routes created using the ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 command. Use the ip default-network command to have IGRP propagate a default route.

    Source: Configuring a Gateway of Last Resort Using IP Commands

 


Special IP Addressses Summary Table

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Special IP Address Summary Table

 

Address Block             Present Use                      

0.0.0.0/8             “This” Network

10.0.0.0/8            Private-Use Networks

14.0.0.0/8            Public-Data Networks

24.0.0.0/8            Cable Television Networks

39.0.0.0/8            Reserved, subject to allocation

127.0.0.0/8          Loopback

128.0.0.0/16        Reserved, subject to allocation

169.254.0.0/16    Link Local

172.16.0.0/12      Private-Use Networks

191.255.0.0/16    Reserved, subject to allocation

192.0.0.0/24        Reserved but subject to allocation

192.0.2.0/24        Test-Net

192.88.99.0/24    6to4 Relay Anycast

192.168.0.0/16    Private-Use Networks

198.18.0.0/15        Network Interconnect Device Benchmark Testing

223.255.255.0/24     Reserved, subject to allocation

224.0.0.0/4          Multicast, commonly used in multiplayer simulations and gaming and for video distribution.

240.0.0.0/4          Reserved for Future Use

 

 


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MB become totally crap . my pc infected while this crap running in memory ! i replace it with Zemana AntiMalware which kill the problem.i am talking on mine malware!

 

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Guys, you don't crappy Malwarebytes or any other anti-malware crap.

You PC will thank you for not running those silly applications. Don't believe me? Give it a try and see. You won't install that crap again.

 

Seriously, you are being conned.

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4 hours ago, rathaROG said:

It's working but a bit trickier than before.. Try the instruction in the post #2. If not working, I will tell you how.

well, it was told "the key was refunded" every time. and there's no such thing "Pre-Activate" displayed anywhere.

tell me how? thx.

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5 hours ago, eLciYiBs said:

well, it was told "the key was refunded" every time. and there's no such thing "Pre-Activate" displayed anywhere.

tell me how? thx.

there's a pre-activate displayed in the keygen.

 

Uninstall malwarebytes using malwarebytes uninstall tool then Restart PC

Start MalwareBytes_Anti-Malware_Keygen_v1.7_URET

you need to generate 3 times in order to generate random keys, if you miss this you will not get Premium.

Click on Pre-activate. you will get a message " pre-activation insert!." click OK and close keygen.

Install mb3-setup-consumer-3.2.2.2018.exe

make sure to add lines in the host (very important)

see instruction above from VICTOR PAVEL

and exclude host in malwarebytes

 

 

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since they are pregenerated keys, they will only last for so long.. lol

get someone from the real scene, to show you the real code behind the vm shit ;)

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Pirates sold out too  this program  along time ago and got all the keys banned in exchange for one year key  that expired already you are you're own worse enemy..  No one from the real scene cracked this in years because if they didn't patch the server check it would be nuked .  if you want free anti-malware real time  use  one that has trial reset , still works with keys ,giveaways or freeware ..I never used this program in realtime other than testing it for a few weeks and the free version works for on demand  and all it found on my PC was false positives .. Only I found it useful on peoples PC  that don't have  protection already  mostly they was infected with PUP  witch could  have been prevented  in the 1st place by being careful or blocking installers with a firewall.

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Yep must agree with you steven36 it's a useless program, waste of time using it.. lol Any company that doesn't know their program has been cracked / keygenned or patched is kinda out of the loop the way I see it :)

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13 minutes ago, UnknownOne said:

Yep must agree with you steven36 it's a useless program, waste of time using it.. lol Any company that doesn't know their program has been cracked / keygenned or patched is kinda out of the loop the way I see it :)

Back in  the early 2000s we needed these kind of programs  and all of them were invented based on before the Antivirus got built in Anti-malware  ..We use too would use a Antivirus too kill virus  and too remove spyware you needed Spybot  and Lavasoft on demand   and even Microsoft's Windows Defender started out as Giant  Anti Spyware   ... But once Antivirus seen programs like Super Anti-Spyware and Malwarebytes v1 come out they all started baking  in Anti-malware so  most of of us stop installing  these programs as they were not needed anymore  except for the few that are still stuck in the early 2000s . Over the last few years  Malwarebytes have been buying up lots of software patients trying too turn  into a full  security suite  whats next they going offer a firewall?  nobody going  buy this program unless they just have money too waste on every software they see because they are free realtime  alternatives  that work better.

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