I have N360 v4 which has the same engines as NIS / NAV v17 has so there maybe a small glitch somewhere although there was no errors or messages generated by either Norton or the installer routine. Malware/1186760019/1 The above link is the same place that you to when you select to download the free version. Nervous wreck, Your about the only one having no problems. This glitch on updating Malwarebytes is connected with their latest version. This happened and when I went to do an update on the new version got the error message. I also mentioned that I was concerned that every time I wish to update MBAM I need to go through this process and that I had had no problem with MBAM until their latest version. VCR87Your suggestion regarding Sunbelt Personal Firewall and unticking "Enable web filtering" worked. Afterwards reticked "Enable web filtering straight away. I did an update, which it did, then said a new version would be installed. Well I ticked this one as resolved because thanks to advice from VCR97 I was able to update MBAM, I e-mailed MBAM explaining that the only way to update was to disable web filtering on my Sunbelt Personal Firewall.
Downloading the program's installer and running it was not a problem however and it installed the program fine.
Has anyone had a problem updateing from mbam 1.44 to 1.45?
I updated but found out that when I click on the update tab I get an error (12150,0,winhttpqueryheaders) other than that the program works good.
I have Avast Antivirus (free edition)Sunbelt Personal Firewall (paid for version); Spyware Blaster and Malwarebytes. Response this morning from MBAM : "You need to permanently disable the "web Filter" until Sunbelt fixes the issue.
Recently when I try to update Malware bytes I get an error code MBAM_ERROR_UPDATING (12150,0, Win Http Query Headers) and the message to report this. That was suggested to me by Malwarebytes support and it worked. It is only used for ad blocking and does nothing to diminish security.