Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.75.0.1300

Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware is a high performance anti-malware application that thoroughly removes even the most advanced malware and spyware. With one of the fastest, most effective quick scans and malware removal capabilities on the market, this program is the perfect addition to your PC's defenses.

The full version of the product includes a number of key features, including the ability to schedule updates and scans and most importantly, a real-time malware protection module that blocks malicious processes before they even start.

New Features:

  • Added ability to scan within archives
  • Fixed 2 issues with archive scanning

Download: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.75.0.1300 | 9.8 MB (Freeware)
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Thanks, downloading now. Good program to have lying around. Must of the time I use MAR (also a Malwarebytes program).

Pam14160 said,
Thanks, downloading now. Good program to have lying around. Must of the time I use MAR (also a Malwarebytes program).

Lying around? Mine is running in the background scanning in Real-time.
Is an awesome program. I updated.

LUTZIFER said,

Lying around? Mine is running in the background scanning in Real-time.
Is an awesome program. I updated.

Updated even before I saw this as that is the first thing I do every day. Update this and SuperAntiSpyware. Neither run in real time though.

Personally,
I think it's ridiculous to have these running in real time, but, to each his own! That's what an AV and an excellent host file are for. Don't need those extra resources hogged up.

A must have program, no matter how you use it.

cork1958 said,
Personally,
I think it's ridiculous to have these running in real time,

Ridiculous? Really? What an odd statement. The point of the real time protection is to have it as a fallback for the stuff your AV misses (else why are you installing it at all) as well as the real time web blocking (which is much more useful that a simple hosts file and also updates automatically). I've found these features very useful on my parents PCs for example where it's far more likely they'll make that erroneous but fatal click on something and I don't want to spend my time administering it. I can't say i've noticed it eating significant resources except in error either..