Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Beta

MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit protects against all known and unknown 0-day vulnerability exploits, protecting users where traditional antivirus and security products fail. It consists of an innovative patent-pending vulnerability-agnostic application shielding technology that prevents malicious vulnerability exploits from compromising computers. Includes "shields" for all major browsers (IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera) and browser all components such as Java, Adobe Reader, Flash, Shockwave. Blocks all exploit kits such as Blackhole, Sakura, Phoenix, Incognito without requiring any signature updates. No need to train or configure, MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit is 100% install-and-forget anti-exploit solution.

MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit is based on the former product ExploitShield from ZeroVulnerability, which was recently acquired by MalwareBytes.

Download: Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Beta | 1.7 MB (Freeware)
View: MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit Website

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I installed this on a couple computers quite some time ago now just to see how it works and what it does.

It tells me my browsers are protected, but can't say as I've ever seen it do anything. What kind of happenings are there if it blocks or actually does something?

Don't have it computer I'm on now, but the only thing I've ever seen under the log tab is that my browsers are protected, as already stated.

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