Rated 4.3 out of 5
4.3 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 14266430, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5Ruined many things for me until I found the culprit -- this plugin.
1) Random products on random online shops started appearing in my cart, automatcally!
2) Now the main thing: I wasted a week of my valuable time, and other people's time trying to find out why my Wordpress websites lose data and become corrupt when I manage the back end! It caused huge damages and lots of extra work. By disabling this plugin things don't get randomly deleted and messed up anymore.
The 1) scenarios happen on any random online shop built on Woocommerce, and it also happened here: chicsexshop.com
The 2) scenarios only happen on Wordpress admin back end, things get thrown into trash and randomly deleted.
- by Firefox user 15769768, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5Installation did not get tothe EULA but appears to be installed. How did it get installation process get to the EULA to be agreed to, when that EULA did not even get displayed? It did however display the "click on Malwarebytes icon at top right in firefox" then stopped t that point with the display of "Sorry, we can't evaluate this type of page." and then stops installation without even getting to the EULA. The progress bar also stops attthe one third point
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- by Andy, 4 months agoRated 3 out of 5This doesn't go far enough in removal of ads. Take Reuters site, there is a massive banner on the top of the page that doesn't get removed, fed by dianomi. Other pages are the same.
Current version has a very annoying console.log statement. I agree most don't see it; but imagine a programmer looking for bugs seeing it every page load, some script calls, etc.
Not quite what I expected from Malwarebytes.