CCDaveWe are running the MSP version of Malwarebytes. There really aren't any more command line switches than in any other version (even the paid version).
The "FullAuto" switch is actually misleading as it does a Quick Scan w/ Automatic Removal, not a Full Scan as the name seems to imply.
We love the product and it has reduced our malware infection rate to almost 0 for our managed clients. The only trouble is there is no Administrator console for the product, so it has to be individually managed on each PC with K scripts. I have about 10 scripts now that check everything from registration key, service installation, process running and memory utilization plus the add/remove/scan aspects. It was a pain to setup at first, but it's now pretty much administering itself with scripts and alerts.
firstname.lastname@example.orgDo you care to share any of those scripts?
GDRBrianIf you are monitoring the process for malwarebytes on workstations, how do you deal with the alerts when the workstations are turned off?
Can you monitor the MB log file for a change? I wonder if it detects an infection if it updates the log file, thus an alert maybe possible, or, does it update the log file with each scan?
Just looking for some form of alert on the detection of a threat. Do you think MB is capable of some trigger method for alerting?
shickeyOh ya, logging to the event log would be nice, if, it would log threat notices only, not scan notices.
Also, does the MSP flavor allow you do select which drives gets scanned instead of all drives during a full scan? In the freebie, I see it scans network drives....grrrr