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Secures your PC, files, and privacy 24/7 Real-Time Protection uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to keep you safe from online threats, even emerging threats that no one has ever seen before.
Protects against online scammers Web Protection blocks online scams, infected sites, and malicious links. It also blocks phishing scams, which use fake sites to trick you into revealing private info like your bank details.
Security Advisor all-in-one dashboard Security doesn't have to be complex; our all-in-one cyberprotection dashboard highlights your security status in real time- so you're better informed and empowered to act.
Keep hackers out of your network With more people working from home, Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) attacks are on the rise. Brute Force Protection stops hackers from guessing your username and password, getting remote access to your computer, and infecting it with ransomware or other malware.
Stops ransomware Ransomware Protection uses proprietary tech to create a powerful defense against malware that locks down your PC and takes your files and photos hostage. Respects your space Scans now use 50 percent less CPU resources than before, and with Play Mode, you can even turn off notifications and updates while you game or watch movies. Makes your security simple Our all-new user interface makes it easier than ever to customize your protection. Schedule scans, adjust protection layers, and choose from three scan modes.
Malwarebytes Katana Engine Our all-new detection engine finds more threats, in less time, with less performance impact than ever before. It also tells you more about threats it finds, like their type and behavior, so you can make smarter security decisions. For example, instead of seeing a generic threat name like “Malware123,” you'll see a name like “Spyware.PasswordStealer,” along with a link to information about that specific threat.
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Although Malwarebytes premium finds some legitimate issues while browsing web that other products have not alerted, the real time protection significantly impacts performance despite exclusion rules. In other words, you absolutely do not want to run this product while gaming or developing (my code changes take twice as long to refresh with this product enabled so I have to turn it off every morning).
Best malware scanner complement for any free virus scanner out there. For people that talk about nagging do the following after you install it.
Since MBAM more or less FORCES you to get the 14 day PRO trial, which you do not want, go to Settings>Account and deactivate the annoying 14 day pro license ASAP.
Settings>Security Disable Window Startup.
Doing these two steps after you install it, will remove the nagging to upgrade and also stop starting MBAM with PC, so it will go back being the normal free on demand malware scanner.
The free version must be installed, there is no portable version. The nag to "update" (not upgrade to PRO) is very irritating and in spite of settings I still get nagged. Ridiculous considering free version does not auto-scan, you have to pay for that What MBAM really mean is "upgrade" Goodbye MBAM, this is the end of a v.long relationship, I don't like being nagged
It is the only antivirus that really helped me when my pc got infested with Adware.
Malwarebytes is a scanner with a fresh approach to new threats. It's a tool glorified by computer scientists. It's not a good replacement for regular antivirus though, despite being marketed as one.
It has heuristic and other advanced detection optional. That means you'll have to deal with a bunch of false positives, though. The scanner takes about 30 seconds to update before every scan. It's irritating.
The free version has nagging pop-ups telling you to buy premium. The updates constantly reset settings, messing with your default antivirus. It slows down your PC more than the competition.
It's a nice tool, and I'm glad it was made, but I wouldn't replace my antivirus with it.
the free version is just a scanner and its nagging you about promotions,about its vpn,about its browser
NAGWARE. Constant nagging to upgrade, update, etc that CANNOT be turned off. Literally more than 5 times a day you are interrupted because these devs are morons. Garbage garbage garbage.