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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware + Anti-Exploit PC Software £7.02 (New customers)

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"Crushes Malware Like Antivirus Can't" Could make a new email if you want it. https://www.topcashback.co.uk/malwarebytes/ I've done this deal and got the cashback in tracking. 2 packages
Danjw91 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago22 Comments
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Even though I've used malware in the past. It failed to get rid of the nasty virus on my lappy. I've tried every software plus paid live safe mcaffe and lappy still infected. Thought it was Windows 10.
annester
£19.95 Now

It was that price anyway. You do the cashback deal that's why.
£19.95 Now
Newbold
As we did with our change from perpetual to subscription, we will grandfather in existing customers at their current price.
I wonder what that actually means for those of us with a lifetime license? :|
i've installed v3, license still works
ramiuk1
Carbonize
Plenty of decent free anti malware available. Avast, Avira, AVG, Bitdefender, 360 Safe. And for the occasional use for checking for spyware and cookies you have the free version of this and several other programs.


nothing comes close to this imo,but i just use the free version weekly and use my brain but for peopel; with kids or not fully internet aware its a great tool the pro version


​Hence my saying to use this alongside an antivirus. But then in this day and age how many kids actually use a desktop or laptop?
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Anti-Malware + Anti-Exploit Protection £19.95 after cashback @ Malwarebytes (New customers)

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New customers only! Just applied myself through topcashback on the 65% cashback so if that goes through then this will cost around £8. https://www.topcashback.co.uk/malwarebytes/
Danjw91 Avatar2w, 10h agoFound 2 weeks, 10 hours ago19 Comments
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cjhilton49
Danjw91
cjhilton49
Danjw91
cjhilton49
Great spot op,2 really amazing products for really little money even if TCB doesn't pay out,heated
Got my cashback of £12.93 so only paid £7.02 for these 2 products and a year.
My cashback has tracked too,so even happier with saving,cheers op
Nice! I don't get why it's cold. Will re post once this expired at cashback price as didn't do that at first. £7 for a year of protection on 2 products, what's not to like.
A lot of folks don't like paying when there are free editions about,I had been trialing the Anti-Eploit,so pleased to upgrade,I see renewal price is also £19.95 for the 2,and I think it's for anyone not just New customers,so a re-post my go warmer if users of the free version decide to upgrade

It says at the bottom *New customers only?
Danjw91
cjhilton49
Danjw91
cjhilton49
Great spot op,2 really amazing products for really little money even if TCB doesn't pay out,heated
Got my cashback of £12.93 so only paid £7.02 for these 2 products and a year.
My cashback has tracked too,so even happier with saving,cheers op
Nice! I don't get why it's cold. Will re post once this expired at cashback price as didn't do that at first. £7 for a year of protection on 2 products, what's not to like.

A lot of folks don't like paying when there are free editions about,I had been trialing the Anti-Eploit,so pleased to upgrade,I see renewal price is also £19.95 for the 2,and I think it's for anyone not just New customers,so a re-post my go warmer if users of the free version decide to upgrade
cjhilton49
Danjw91
cjhilton49
Great spot op,2 really amazing products for really little money even if TCB doesn't pay out,heated
Got my cashback of £12.93 so only paid £7.02 for these 2 products and a year.
My cashback has tracked too,so even happier with saving,cheers op

Nice! I don't get why it's cold. Will re post once this expired at cashback price as didn't do that at first. £7 for a year of protection on 2 products, what's not to like.
Danjw91
cjhilton49
Great spot op,2 really amazing products for really little money even if TCB doesn't pay out,heated
Got my cashback of £12.93 so only paid £7.02 for these 2 products and a year.

My cashback has tracked too,so even happier with saving,cheers op
cjhilton49
Great spot op,2 really amazing products for really little money even if TCB doesn't pay out,heated

Got my cashback of £12.93 so only paid £7.02 for these 2 products and a year.
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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac - Free Version

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An excellent little tool now available for Mac. I used to use the PC version all the time in a previous job and found it very effective against almost all malware. Given the increasing amount of m…
La_Fouinard Avatar8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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Proveright
Oh dear! Mac users will get a shock. One to learn that they are vulnerable and two that they can get something free Anything Apple is usually triple the price, Malwarebytes could have got away with charging £50 for their "free " version !
Malwarebytes is one of the must have progs for a Windows pc .

Yes Macs get malware and now get something free, karma.
Proveright
Oh dear! Mac users will get a shock. One to learn that they are vulnerable and two that they can get something free Anything Apple is usually triple the price, Malwarebytes could have got away with charging £50 for their "free " version !
Malwarebytes is one of the must have progs for a Windows pc .
What ARE you blithering on about?
Oh dear! Mac users will get a shock. One to learn that they are vulnerable and two that they can get something free Anything Apple is usually triple the price, Malwarebytes could have got away with charging £50 for their "free " version !

Malwarebytes is one of the must have progs for a Windows pc .
But I thought Macs were so great they didn't get Virus's, Spyware or Malware. :)


Seriously though it is a good addition on pc so well worth a download for mac.
Voted +
Great bit of software! This along with a good anti virus will do wonders!
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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware PRO 20% Discount £15.42

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This is a discount for the full version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, it's brilliant software most use the free version that is good enough for cleaning an infection, but the full version offers 24/7
dietofchocolate Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago98 Comments
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Still live, for 3 pc's and a lot cheaper than their standard offer
Super cold. you can get keys from G2a for 40p
I use the Pro version and it is an EXCELLENT piece of software. Protects you if you're a BitTorrent user, visit any dodgy sites, install a free piece of software bundled with crapware, and many other situations. This picks up stuff that Antivirus programs are not designed to, and it is invaluable.

At this price it's a great deal.
This used to be good but I think it has become very weak in the last year. It used to be the best program out there for cleaning out malware but not any more for me!
Paid less than this for 5 licenses for 2 years. Not voted
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Malwarebytes Premium Lifetime from Pro for FREE if you already have pro version

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Malwarebytes Premium Lifetime from Pro for FREE
somersetjoe Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago10 Comments
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No you actually get less. The pro version had lots of extra features which the premium does not have. I had the paid for pro version which was also free for life. I updated to this version and now get less. It is however as I said just a software update and is only free for people who paid for the pro version, who when they use it get told about the update like any other software update. This post serves no purpose at all.
Peegy
philphil61
Peegy
Why are people voting hot for a free update to a programme they already own?

There are 2 versions - the Pro gives live protection but the free should not be used as a live Antivirus Protection

Basically it depends on what you do online... I have Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender to protect my online activity although some would criticise these it all depends on your level of knowledge and what you browse or download.

I download the occasional file that might have the potential of being infected Microsoft Security Essentials should protect me but for added security I will scan the odd potential risk using Malwarebytes. Also maybe once every 4 months I might run a Malwarebytes full system scan (only because I like to check/update /maintain my system).

If you are 100% knowledgeable about the sites you use and the files you download and your current Antivirus is working and up to date then maybe you do not need Malwarebytes.

Again if you do not have Antivirus protection you will need (and pay for) the Pro version or use another antivirus - if you have a up to date. working antivirus you do not need Malwarebytes unless you are at risk from downloading risky material.

Yes, but this is a link to get a software update to a programme you already own. Or should we now post every software update as they happen.

No this post by somersetjoe is stating anyone who has paid for the Pro version only can now install the new Premium version and have it free for life. Basically Malwarebytes have upgraded/tweaked it's software and to thank all the investors (those that paid for the Pro version) they will have access to lifetime free Premium version which offers more than both the free and former Pro versions

Edited By: philphil61 on May 26, 2014 20:37
philphil61
Peegy
Why are people voting hot for a free update to a programme they already own?


There are 2 versions - the Pro gives live protection but the free should not be used as a live Antivirus Protection

Basically it depends on what you do online... I have Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender to protect my online activity although some would criticise these it all depends on your level of knowledge and what you browse or download.

I download the occasional file that might have the potential of being infected Microsoft Security Essentials should protect me but for added security I will scan the odd potential risk using Malwarebytes. Also maybe once every 4 months I might run a Malwarebytes full system scan (only because I like to check/update /maintain my system).

If you are 100% knowledgeable about the sites you use and the files you download and your current Antivirus is working and up to date then maybe you do not need Malwarebytes.

Again if you do not have Antivirus protection you will need (and pay for) the Pro version or use another antivirus - if you have a up to date. working antivirus you do not need Malwarebytes unless you are at risk from downloading risky material.


Yes, but this is a link to get a software update to a programme you already own. Or should we now post every software update as they happen.
Peegy
Why are people voting hot for a free update to a programme they already own?

There are 2 versions - the Pro gives live protection but the free should not be used as a live Antivirus Protection

Basically it depends on what you do online... I have Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender to protect my online activity although some would criticise these it all depends on your level of knowledge and what you browse or download.

I download the occasional file that might have the potential of being infected Microsoft Security Essentials should protect me but for added security I will scan the odd potential risk using Malwarebytes. Also maybe once every 4 months I might run a Malwarebytes full system scan (only because I like to check/update /maintain my system).

If you are 100% knowledgeable about the sites you use and the files you download and your current Antivirus is working and up to date then maybe you do not need Malwarebytes.

Again if you do not have Antivirus protection you will need (and pay for) the Pro version or use another antivirus - if you have a up to date. working antivirus you do not need Malwarebytes unless you are at risk from downloading risky material.
Sophiasky
I downloaded the free version of Malwarebytes a couple of months ago, but after a while it started counting down and then said that it had expired. I know that I downloaded this a couple of years ago and I had the free version for ages (up until the time I replaced my PC). I thought that the free version of it was supposed to be permanent thing if you wanted it on your computer? Any advice most helpful, thank you.

There is still a free version - just do not accept the trial pro version and you will be ok

Uninstall the old and download the new latest version malwarebytes look at the page select Free version and during install or after installing (can't remember which) there's something to check to not accept the Pro trial.

Edited By: philphil61 on May 26, 2014 19:06: added link
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Malwarebytes Secure Backup BETA (for home use)

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Backs up your files to a secure cloud server Scans files automatically with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware* Shares only malware-free files with your friends Manages backups and restores from any web
JimboSnails Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago4 Comments
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OK sorry, have expired it, didn't realise it was a trial
You only get 5GB in the trial, so completly unimpressed - it's designed to backup all your files yet you don't get enough space to do it.
1. It's a trial.
2. Convenient 100, 200, and 500 GB plans suggest you pay for different sizes although no mention of costs anwhere on site.
voted hot, however i don't like the idea of it being stored on U.S servers so i think i don't plan on using it too
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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware PRO (Lifetime License) £9.89

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WinZIP & Malwarebytes running promotion for Anti-Malware PRO licenses and it seems this one hasn't expired as previous one just recently. 1x licence per PC. After clicking on the deal, chang…
Wyshniukas Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago14 Comments
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How is this cold? Idjuts...
"Home Licenses, 1 License Per PC"
Wondered whether this allowed for buying a new computer. It seems it does..

"Licenses are transferable from old machines to new ones."
http://helpdesk.malwarebytes.org/entries/21451688-How-many-computers-may-I-install-a-license-on-Do-you-offer-volume-discounts-

price is showing as 12.95 when VAT is added.

Edited By: JimboSnails on Mar 28, 2013 21:56
cadmus
I have MSE and why would a I need this. Dosnt my Microsoft security protect me and quarantine the nasties.....


All things are not equal and don't always do what they say on the tin.
cadmus
I have MSE and why would a I need this. Dosnt my Microsoft security protect me and quarantine the nasties.....

You might wanna read this

http://www.dennistechnologylabs.com/reports/s/a-m/2012/DTL_2012_Q4_Home.1.pdf
Mse not scoring well.

Edited By: slackrat77 on Mar 28, 2013 16:00
Wyshniukas
... I will adjust the price of deal.

You shouldn't really do that after people have voted :{
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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Pro (Lifetime License) - Half Price for 17 hours £10.16 @ Malwarebytes

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One of the best pieces of malware software out there. Half price for 24 hours; 17 hours remaining. After clicking on the deal, change the currency on the top right of the Malwarebytes page from B…
esclad Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago187 Comments
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Shows at full price now for me - too late :(
This did a really good job of cleaning my comp
chischis
For what it's worth - as an independent computer tech - I have only had to use MAM on a couple of occasions for some particularly nasty virus infections, and the last time was a couple of years ago. For a long time, I've only needed to use Combofix, Hijackthis, and TDSSKiller to remove some of the worst infections.

This is a good price and this is a good product. But it isn't necessary for most people. Techs may find this worth shelling out for though.


Combofix is not something the average user is capable of using or should use.
si_brev
jdpwest
I see the comparisons here between Freeware and this product to be like have 3rd Party insurance or Fully Comp.

Freeware as does 3rd Party insurance will cover you for a lot of things. However to an unlucky few, its not enough and they end up with a mess and out of pocket. Thats why people get fully comp to make sure they are as covered as they can be.

For those who use the freeware products and never had an issue then great. However you may come unstuck in the future.

A lot of peope who have come unstuck before, use this product to make sure it doesnt happen again.

Both freeware and this are good options, depending on what you view of the risks are.
Sorry, but that's a poor analogy. Other than paying a premium of course :-)

No antivirus or anti-malware is going to catch 100% of problems, no matter how much you pay for it. Freeware that is coded and supported by a global network of volunteers can be as good as, if not better than, a corporate made program.

I'm not flaming or trolling, I just have 15 years of problem free computing using the best free security programs available at the time.

And no insurance covers you for everything. If you ask most people they wont have ever claimed on their insurance policies but when they did, they wish they had covered themselves better. Same with this, most people wont need or see the benefit but it is a better product and the reviews on here are saying.

There isnt a single person in this thread that hasnt said their freeware has picked up more than this, more people saying that they have got away with freeware where others have said it let them down. Getting this product is the best way of ensuring you are covered and at this price its good value. You may have another 15 years of happy computing however you may find that tomorrow you have an issue and this product would have stopped it for you. Your choice, your risk to take.
For what it's worth - as an independent computer tech - I have only had to use MAM on a couple of occasions for some particularly nasty virus infections, and the last time was a couple of years ago. For a long time, I've only needed to use Combofix, Hijackthis, and TDSSKiller to remove some of the worst infections.

This is a good price and this is a good product. But it isn't necessary for most people. Techs may find this worth shelling out for though.
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Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware Consumer (pro) lifetime license & a game from $2.99 £1.61

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This expired but is now back on :) I usually use Microsoft security essentials with the free version of Malwarebytes but for £1.61 for a lifetime licence and a free game I thought what the hel…
bazray Avatar4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago69 Comments
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ordered on diff days.....maybe a certain amount of license holders per key.
nascent
What's the verdict Newbold, do they match?

Sadly for some, perhaps, I'm afraid they don't match. Both the ID and the Key are completely different from the ones sent to me. Worth exploring, though. :)
What's the verdict Newbold, do they match?
Newbold

That's an interesting theory. Just to put it to the test, could you post yours (or perhaps parts of it) so we can check? :)

yup no problem

pm sent
richyrichuk
malware serials dished out by TP are all the same...so just a free for all key.

That's an interesting theory. Just to put it to the test, could you post yours (or perhaps parts of it) so we can check? :)
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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware PRO Lifetime £1.61 @ TrialPay

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1. Click on this link: http://download.cnet.com/3001-8022_4-10804572.html 2. Click on the green (or grey) "Get it Free" button after entering your details for the TrialPay offer. If the 'Get it Free…
zedlor Avatar4y, 5m agoFound 4 years, 5 months ago5 Comments
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I've seen this trial pay thing before and I'm a bit weary of it. If anyone knows how safe or unsafe it is, I'd love to hear.

Cheers.
Trialpay can work if there is a product that you may already be interested in buying that is on offer.

Some deals may only be available in the US.
I've seen this trial pay thing before and I'm a bit weary of it. If anyone knows how safe or unsafe it is, I'd love to hear.

Cheers.
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Orvilleorville
Spam
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Spam

You have to sign up to rubbish on the net.
What do you mean? Neither companies will send you spam. And if you're talking about CNET then no, you're not signing up to them at all.
Spam
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You have to sign up to rubbish on the net.
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Easterbunny Software Bundle (Backup, Antispamware edit photos) @ malwarebytes £32.00

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I use malwarebytes and it is the best antivirus software that I have used besting the more expensive Symantec, Norton etc. I paid $24.95 for it after a very successful trial period because I was more
bigdaf1 Avatar4y, 8m agoFound 4 years, 8 months ago4 Comments
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warlockuk
If you don't want the other junk with it, you can get MWB for £8.50 on Amazon.

Thanks, considerably cheaper than from their own website


certainly a bargain for PRO Lifetime licence. very good program, works before most nasties can strike!!
MWB is by far the best
warlockuk
If you don't want the other junk with it, you can get MWB for £8.50 on Amazon.
Thanks, considerably cheaper than from their own website

Edited By: bigdaf1 on Apr 04, 2012 14:17
If you don't want the other junk with it, you can get MWB for £8.50 on Amazon.
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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free

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This is one of the best and most powerful anti-spyware applications in existence. Combine that with Comodo and your as safe as you can get.
haytham999 Avatar4y, 11m agoFound 4 years, 11 months ago8 Comments
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jpxdude
For Malware, nothing beats ComboFix, I use MalwareBytes as a precursory backup.

Malwarebytes is better for non specific issues rather than the sledgehammer that is combofix.
I will always use combofix if there is a specific virus (spoof av etc) issue to deal with.
FREE - But still one of the best.

Needs to be added to a Freebie Hall of Fame IMHO.
Its always free for the basic - the version you pay for is superior and well worth the money.
yeap has always been FREE!
For Malware, nothing beats ComboFix, I use MalwareBytes as a precursory backup.
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MalwareBytes Anti Malware Pro (Full Version) - £15.96 (Using Code) @ Malware Bytes

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I know they have a free version, but if you like the software and want the pro version this is a better price than the usual £19.99. Use code: 5MU-NBU-DFR for 20% off the RRP. Malwarebytes t…
russ Avatar5y, 2m agoFound 5 years, 2 months ago7 Comments
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UnclePotter
I use the free version and it is an excellent piece of software..

Anyone wanting to try the free version,you can download it safely from

http://www.filehippo.com/download_malwarebytes_anti_malware/


Combine the free version of Malwarebytes with Combofix, and you probably have the best anti malware removal tool ever
Yep valuable piece of kit for any pc owner.
I too use the free version but voted hot as it's a great bit of software gets rid of the more nastier malware without any probs
Thanks for the clarification No8 and the link UnclePotter.
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