Malwarebytes 3.0

A next-generation antivirus replacement

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#2 Product of the DayDecember 11, 2016

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Trey Hakanson@trey_hakanson · Cpo, hatchli
This stuff is the only thing that keeps Windows computers remotely close to half-usable. Good work guys, glad to see the new rollout!
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Jason Shultz@thehashrocket · Senior Software Engineer, 3form
@trey_hakanson and now Macs get viruses, too. Linux is the last hold out.
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Veer Obhan@turboxide_ · High School Computer Science Student
@thehashrocket Correct me if i'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure they could always get viruses, they just weren't as common and are pretty difficult to create viruses for.
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Jason Shultz@thehashrocket · Senior Software Engineer, 3form
@turboxide_ nope you're not wrong at all. As they became more popular the economic incentive to make viruses for them grew.
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Arthur@arthurgd3 · IT Consultant/Advisor @ 1 N Only
As good as MB is and has been for years, Windows users will do better practicing safe computer usage and for that they should never have a need for any virus protection.
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Jason Shultz@thehashrocket · Senior Software Engineer, 3form
@arthurgd3 which is why MSC users are even more vulnerable. They've never had to worry about it until the last couple of years.
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KV@kv_87
@arthurgd3 First thing is make your main Windows account a non-admin
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Ross Currie@rossdcurrie · Founder, Brutal TearDowns
Literally on Skype to my parents in Canada (from Australia) as I type this, helping them resolve some malware issues. Very timely!
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Matty@southallmatty · Developer
@rossdcurrie You should try Hitman Pro https://www.hitmanpro.com, always found this very useful when cleaning any machine up!
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Ross Currie@rossdcurrie · Founder, Brutal TearDowns
@southallmatty My approach is more like this: Q: How old is your computer? If (A > 2 years ago) "Throw it out and buy a new computer" Else "Format it and start again"
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Eric Quinn Hargrove@ericqhargrove · Pub Dev, BuySellAds
@rossdcurrie 👍🏽
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Muhammad Vaid@movaid7 · Computer Engineer
@rossdcurrie 2yrs :/
Javi@ios_javi · Digital Comm Major. Future PM.
Found out that I had Adware on my mac. Thanks for helping me remove it!
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Areeb@hackingtag · Developer, Volcrado
Has proved very useful although I have not encountered any virus since a few years now.