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Thread: [SUGGESTED INSTALL] Malwarebytes release MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit

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    Default [SUGGESTED INSTALL] Malwarebytes release MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit

    Popular software programs contain millions of line of code. Bad guys exploit flaws (vulnerabilities) in the code to deliver malware. Except when they canít. Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit wraps three layers of security around popular browsers and applications, preventing exploits from compromising vulnerable code. Not an antivirus, but compatible with most antivirus, Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is a small, specialized shield designed to protect you against one of the most dangerous forms of malware attacks. And itís free.

    This software works. It prevents numerous memory injection techniques. Don't consider it a failsafe, but I do recommend utilizing it.


    Download Win executable here: http://downloads.malwarebytes.org/file/mbae <--- Served from malwarebytes.org for security purposes.

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    HIGHLY recommend this to use along with your antivirus!!! Picked up PRO for 10 bucks on ebay and its money well spent if you don't have it already. Also one of my "go to" tools when I have issues or working on other computers
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    Spam thread.

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    If people would stop watching fish porn on the Internet, they wouldn't need it . Joking, no it is a really good program to use. The other program that I like using to clean up my computer is CCleaner.

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