Malwarebytes closes updating
Even the most resource-hungry consumer OSes used today can run on dinosaurs (although finding such a rig may prove difficult).Some galling examples can be found on The Daily WTF (here), particularly the Code SOD section.PROGRAM_ERROR_UPDATING (0, 0, HOST NOT FOUND) Kindly solve this issue.PROBLEM: Kaseya Anti Malware module deploys Malwarebytes Anti Malware version 1.8, not the latest 3.0.
As noted in that announcement, this is a staged rollout and the offline installer at https:// is still mbam-setup-184.108.40.2062For the complete release history for this product, see the official release notes: https://Although Malwarebytes did ship a version 3.0 of their product in December of 2016, it was version 3.0 of their “Home” product, not their centrally managed Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Business product.If at v220.127.116.118 Premium, your system will still be queued for the v18.104.22.1687 upgrade.The Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (MBAM) download site at https:// was updated today to download the new offline installer for MBAM v22.214.171.1247.
See also Idiot Design for when the idiocy isn't limited to shoddy programming. Using Microsoft's unusual naming and categorizing strategy, you have to figure out where your features went, which is especially difficult if you aren't sure what the new version calls it, or if it was removed entirely.