UPDATES - October 12, 2015

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware released - October 12, 2015

@ the Malwarebytes Forum:

We’re happy to announce that Malwarebytes Anti-Malware was released today.

We’ll be rolling out the update to all current users slowly over time, but if you’d like to download the full installer now you can do so from this link.

Here's what’s new in v. 2.2.0--

Full support for Windows 10 operating system added
Enhanced safeguards to prevent false positives on legitimate files
Improved rootkit scanning to prevent false positives for Unknown.Rootkit.Driver and Unknown.Rootkit.VBR
Minor user interface edits including updated Scan Results view and updated top navigation menu
Added ability to sort the columns in Quarantine table under History tab
Improved handling of scheduled updates set to run on reboot to prevent repeated missed updates
Improved messaging in limited user accounts when an action requiring Admin privileges is attempted
New message added when Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is running in a business environment
Updated License Agreement included

Issues Fixed:
Fixed security vulnerability and enhanced Malwarebytes Anti-Malware self-protection (Thanks to Joxean Koret for alerting Malwarebytes to the vulnerability.)
Fixed several issues related to updating databases in a limited user account
Fixed issue where USB drives would not show as available for scanning on the Custom Scan Configuration screen
Fixed several licensing issues that could potentially cause invalid license and protection states
Fixed problem where double-clicking the tray icon would not launch the user interface

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