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Windows Defender Potentially Unprotected

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    have you run a full scan with malwarebytes lately ,couldn't hurt if you haven't done so .

    I have both windows defender and malwarebytes pro, running without issues[so far] .

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  2. #12


    Quote Originally Posted by caperjack View Post
    have you run a full scan with malwarebytes lately ,couldn't hurt if you haven't done so .

    I have both windows defender and malwarebytes pro, running without issues[so far] .
    Nope but I've ran flash & quick scans. One of the reasons I love malwarebytes, is it being compatible with basically every anti-virus
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