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Friday, 16 June 2017

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Malwarebytes keeps telling me that it has expired. What should you do now if your key has expired? First, you will think of buying new key but is that the only way to solve the problem? No, You can renew your Malwarebytes key for free or with some discount all you need to do is contact expert.
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Malwarebytes offers pirates amnesty, free license keys for premium MBAM product
If you used a keygen or crack to activate a license for Malwarebytes Anti-Malware premium product protection, then hurry up and jump on Malwarebytes Amnesty program to get a legit key for MBAM premium as it's only being offered for a limited time.
The free version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is tagged as the “world’s most popular anti-malware;” some users opt to install the trial premium version, but when the trial expires they might choose to search for a license key via a crack or keygen instead of “downgrading” to the freebie version. Others may have immediately taken a piracy route to unlock Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (MBAM) premium. If that describes you, then you should consider jumping on the Malwarebytes Amnesty program that is being offered for a limited time.

“The Internet is full of pioneers and cowboys. It’s also got its fair share of pirates and trolls,” reads the MBAM Amnesty program. “Some of those bad guys may have duped you into purchasing a counterfeit version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. Or perhaps we’ve simply detected a problem with your key. Not to worry. We’re here to help.”

If you have been “inconvenienced by piracy or abuse,” then Malwarebytes will give you a free replacement key that will belong to you and only you going forward.

Malwarebytes Amnesty program gives pirates free premium license key Malwarebytes
If you try to activate a bogus MBAM license key, or one is detected on an installed premium product version, you will get an “oops” message, followed by the choices of “I’m not sure where I got my key, or I downloaded it from the Internet” and “I purchased my key.” If you select the first and shadier option, Malwarebytes will issue you a license key for one year. If you select the paid-for-it option, then you’ll also get a new key and “be good to go.”

If you previously purchased the premium product, then your license details should say the duration is for a “lifetime.” At least one forum user who bought MBAM felt cheated and wanted a refund if Malwarebytes is “handing out free lifetime licenses to pirates.” But Malwarebytes Amnesty program allows the new legitimate key to work on MBAM premium for 12 months, not a lifetime.

It’s not exactly crystal clear if all premium MBAM customers will eventually need a different key as the Amnesty program explained that selecting “I purchased my key” will get you a replacement key with the same license as your original key as “your old key will cease to work after a period of time.” However Malwarebytes CEO Marcin Kleczynski made it clear that the security company wants to revamp its licensing system.

“When I started Malwarebytes, I absolutely had no idea how successful we would be today,” Kleczynski wrote on the forum. He then explained:

That being said, I picked a very insecure license key algorithm and as such, generating a pirated key was, and is, very simple.

The problem with pirated keys it that they may collide with a legitimate key just by the sheer numbers. For example, Larry may generate a pirated key that matches the exact key that I already bought. Yes, this is silly, and yes, this is literally the first thing a professional software company thinks of when building license key generation, but when you think you're building a product for just a few people you don't hash out these details.

Now we've grown up, and we've got a new licensing system that we've rolled out in stages. The only problem is that we have millions of users that we've sold keys to, or a reseller has sold keys to, or we've given out keys to without keeping track. It is a mess, and you as a consumer have every right to be upset.

The first stage of this program is to collect data from our users. What keys are still alive, and who are they used by. If you are a true pirate, the furthest you will get is a year's worth of Malwarebytes. I wish we could handle each of the keys manually and determine if they are legitimate, but there are tens of millions of them and so we've automated the process a bit to cut them down. After that cut down, which is when a user selects an option, we will be going through the uses manually.

Again, I know this doesn't excuse those who feel cheated because they bought the software. I am happy to work with you on some free shirts, or a free copy of anti-exploit as you continue to support us through this process.

Interestingly enough, an upset MBAM user posed a way to profit from Malwarebytes’ “good faith mission,” asking, “If it is this easy to obtain a free genuine lifetime license, why not all download a pirated copy, obtain a legal key, repeat this process infinite times and sell the keys on eBay?”

A Malwarebytes forum moderator explained that many keys have been blacklisted and new counterfeit license keys won’t work forever. If you know you have a counterfeit key that works, don’t wait until it won’t work. You should jump on the amnesty program as it is being offered for a “very limited time” before users “will need proof of purchase” to acquire a premium license key. Amnesty gives a user a premium license key for a year. After 12 months, under the “new” MBAM premium program, users pay $24.95 for a one-year premium license that can be used on three PCs.


 A Problem like: I downloaded the free version of Malwarebytes a bit ago and I am assuming it just gave me the free trial of the paid version. The trial expired and the little icon was all grayed out saying it expired.

I tried to just download the free version and that didn't work. So I completely removed it from my computer and redownloaded the free version, making sure I didn't click on any trials or anything.

Everything was fine and then a week or so later it is back to telling me it is expired :(

It is really annoying & I am not sure if it is even working or if I am getting protection or what? I had gotten a horrible trojan before which is why i got it in the first place so I am really worried about if it is even working.

Any help?
OR
as a original Beta tester of the first Versions Malwarebytes since July 19, 2007
i was thinking on trying this new 3.0 Beta but my lifetime license i got for testing will not work
this happened before with a version in 2015 and i asked support for help to reset and
they said they could not find my license but would fix it anyhow and it worked for like
6 months and now will not accept my license anymore
so not sure what to do
OR


After the free trial of MBAM PRO expires after 14 days, the program reverts to the Free, on-demand version.

If you tried to reinstall without doing a proper, clean uninstall first, then something might be corrupted.

I'm not sure I understand correctly from your post if you want the Free or the PRO version?

Only the PRO version offers real-time protection to run alongside your anti-virus (AV), as well as other enhanced features: http://www.malwareby...warebytes_free/

It is designed to run alongside your AV, not to replace it: http://helpdesk.malw...ivirus-software

However, to keep the PRO version after the 14-day trial expires, you'll need to purchase a license (which is "lifetime"): http://www.malwareby...lwarebytes_pro/

In any event, I'd suggest you start with a clean uninstall/reinstall, first.

If you want to run ONLY the Free version, then just untick the box for the automatic free trial of the PRO version in the setup wizard.

If you are running MBAM PRO, please be sure you have your license ID and key available (sent via email at the time of online purchase, or in the box).
Download and run mbam-clean.exe from HERE.
It will ask to restart your computer; please allow it to do so - this is very important!
After the computer restarts, download the latest version of Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware from HERE, then temporarily disable your Anti-Virus and run the installer. (Ignore all 'Recommended' or 'Sponsored' software which is prominently displayed on the mirror sites -- they are ads and MBAM does not have any association with them.)
-->If you only want to run MBAM Free, then un-tick the option for the free trial of PRO during the setup.
-->If you are using MBAM PRO, you will need to reactivate (register) the program using the license ID & key.
Launch the MBAM program and (if you are using MBAM PRO) set the Protection and Registration.
Then go to the UPDATE tab (if not done during installation) and check for updates.
Restart the computer again and verify that MBAM is in the system tray (if using the PRO version).

Now set up any file exclusions, as may be required in your Anti-Virus/Internet-Security/Firewall applications, and restart your Anti-Virus/Internet-Security applications. You may use the guides posted in the FAQs HERE, or ask and we'll explain how to do it.


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