Mbam error updating
I have also been using Advanced System Care Free for the past couple of months.So far, I really like it, and I have had no problems with it either.I have been using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (MBAM) for a number of years now.
In the end the solution was to disable the automatic updating of the Root CA certificates/CRLs using the following registry key: This disables the automatic update of the Root CA’s resulting in there being no delay in the MBAM service connection and consequently the MBAM Power Shell script completes successfully.Every time I attempt to either launch or update MBAM, an error box appears notifying me of an "IMF.exe" error and then MBAM freezes. An error sounds like it obviously has something to do with IObit Malware Fighter.It has nothing to do with the operation of Malwarebytes, so it does not make any sense that it should appear when trying to launch Malwarebytes.If the clients were able to access the internet (and able to connect to the URLs they were reaching out to) then there wouldn’t have been a problem and the script would have completed without any problems.To make absolutely sure I tested this by unchecking the Internet Explorer option “Internet Options | Advanced | Check for server certificate revocation” on the client – rebooted the client and retried: I was able to hit the MBAM web service immediately with zero delay.
Because the clients didn’t have access to the internet due to firewalls blocking, the clients eventually timed out trying to connect to Microsoft which subsequently took the response time for the MBAM service connection over the allowed limit.