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General Information

Malwarebytes protects consumers and businesses against dangerous threats such as malware, ransomware, and exploits that escape detection by traditional antivirus solutions. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, the company’s flagship product, has a highly advanced heuristic detection engine that removed more than five billion malicious threats from computers worldwide. More than 10,000 SMBs and enterprise businesses worldwide trust Malwarebytes to protect their data. Founded in 2008, the company is headquartered in California with offices in Europe, and a global team of researchers and experts. For more information, please visit us at www.malwarebytes.com.

At a Glance

Best Protection against Malware

Intelligent heuristics

Real-time Malware Protection

Malicious Website Blocking

Renowned Support

Free, unlimited expert email Support

Expert run, community led forums

Priority Corporate Support

Lightning Fast & Lightweight

Lightning fast advanced Quick Scan

Light on Resources

Works alongside other security applications

Easy-to-Use

Automatic Updates

Scheduled Scanning

Intuitive interface, remove Malware in minutes

About Malwarebytes Corporation

Malwarebytes provides software designed to protect businesses and consumers against malicious threats that consistently escape detection by traditional antivirus solutions. Its newest business product, Malwarebytes Enterprise Edition, delivers advanced behaviour-based detection that can be managed on thousands of workstations from a single administration console. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in California, Malwarebytes has removed more than five billion malicious threats from computers worldwide.