While Malwarebytes has a free version as well, the non-Premium edition only acts as a complementary tool for an antivirus, helping users detect threats and offering little on the removal side.
On this note, purchasing a Malwarebytes license in this period will get you a massive discount offer for the Premium edition + VPN included to protect your privacy even more.
Current deal: Premium antivirus + VPN for a limited period
The best protection against any type of cyber-attacks doubled by a top-notch privacy shield at a very enticing price.
- Easy Windows PC cleanup using the free scanning feature
- Real-time protection with artificial intelligence and machine learning to secure your files and protect your privacy
- Protection against online scammers, including from infection vectors such as infected sites and malicious links
- Anti-ransomware feature, preventing threats from locking down your files and photos
- Easy on the resources, with scans only using 50% of resources when compared to other products
- User-friendly, with an interface that’s easy to use and features that don’t require heavy configuration
Malwarebytes VPN usability:
- Encrypts wireless connections
- Creates a virtual IP address
- Possibility to connect to various servers around the world to get access to geo-restricted content
Don’t wait any longer, this is a limited offer and you’ll get your money back in case you’re dissatisfied with the product. But we promise you won’t be!
FAQ: Learn more about using Malwarebytes
- Is there still a free version of Malwarebytes?
Yes, Malwarebytes still has a free version, which only scans your device and detects possible threats. For enhanced protection, try the Premium version.
- Do I need Malwarebytes with Windows 10?
It’s recommended to use an antivirus on your Windows 10 device, and Malwarebytes is one software compatible with your OS.
- Can Malwarebytes be trusted?
Absolutely. Malwarebytes is recommended as one of the best anti-exploit tools when surfing online.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2019 and was revamped and updated in November 20202 for freshness, accuracy and comprehensiveness.
This post was written by Alex Serban and was first posted to WindowsReport