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TVUPlayer and Malwarebytes

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by Aarbyy, Apr 17, 2017.

  1. Aarbyy

    Aarbyy Member

    Sep 4, 2006
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    Hello all. I'm confused by the log in. Why give us a log in and then caution us that it may be insecure? Or is that something that's unavoidable and not unusual? I am not tech savvy so don't bomb me for my flubs.

    The days of easy tv streaming (free; the internet we have here is pricey enough) are long gone. Site after site is a bust. And I'm not registering if I don't have to, which narrows my options. Something tells me that I should not. Sites like Afterdawn are a different creature (I hope). I gave up searching for sites and thought I'd pop in here to see if there's any mention of tv online and there was. (I don't, and won't, own a tv set.) I dowloaded TVUPlayer, which my Malwarebytes promptly quarantined. I found it in the quarantine section and restored it but when I try to install it, MB just grabs it again. Circles. MB has the option to set it to ignore stuff, but for the life of me I can't figure out how to utilize it. I right click on the executable, hoping to see such an option, to no avail.

    I will just close MB and try this, although I don't know how that will work. I'm only 'trying' the MB actually. I didn't ask for a trial premier version but somehow ended up with one. It seems robust enough, judging from the non stop pop ups telling me it's on the job. However, I had a look at the pricing and it's not reasonable. I'm not paying $75 (I'm Canadian so I'm guessing that that's going to be more than $75) for a single instance of the program. In a few days it will run out and I will let it and there's other options. So what am I going on about? It's just a learning thing. Yes, I'll check out MB's own site, if no one wants to bother telling me how to do this. No biggy.

    But I also wanted to ask if anyone has used this prog (TVUPlayer) and found it to be as advertized?
  2. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

    Oct 15, 2004
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    you can convert mb from trial version to free version.

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