Can I trust experts from forums.malwarebytes.

Ibm / 8187e4u
February 18, 2011 at 09:09:40
Specs: Windows XP, 2.992 GHz / 2046 MB
I have an HP 8510p notebook with Win 7. The security center and defender have been disabled. For a while I could start the services manually, but they would turn off again in a few seconds. Now I can't start either service.

My question is, can I trust the advice and software from experts at "" I'm pretty sure the malwarebytes software is trustworthy; I've seen a lot of good reviews about it. But can I trust the help I'm getting from their experts? Is there any reason I should maintain my cautiousness? I'm not knowledgeable enough about this stuff to know if they're truly helping or planting some nasty stuff on my PC.

Thanks in advance!

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February 18, 2011 at 12:11:55
Hi Cooper81,
Malwarebytes is a top trusted malware remover, and is recommended in this forum and many others. At least 70% of posts in this forum use it.
You will find most top AV providers will use this program to help remove malware from your pc.
The advice they give will be the best they can provide, and will be safe as long as you are on their official site.
Get yourself a safe browser addon to check the site you are visiting, like WOT Web Of Trust.

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February 18, 2011 at 12:21:48
The site is rated green by WOT.
(NOTE:When it comes to fixing your pc from viruses and malware there are risks of damage, as viruses are not made to be removed easily. Virus makers read these forums too and will try to change the way their virus works so it is harder to remove and does more damage etc.)
I have used the site and have great advice and service. And they will never try to put anything on your pc.

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