It seems that between Herd Protect and Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit one would have some good secondary protection if one's main security programme was not sufficient (as none are). Certainly one could use Herd Protect and MBAE together but it may be an overlap. Granted they do their work (keeping the computer free from malware) two different ways and both do not attempt to try and catch every different type of malware but the end result is supposed to be nearly the same. That is to say they both act as an adjunct to one's primary security programme hoping to catch malware that had not gotten detected and stopped by the primary security programme to an extent. Yes Herd Protect is not so specific and hopes to catch any malware present and MBAE attempts to focus on browser exploits but with the 68 engines Herd Protect uses one might be think at least a few of them would cover the browser exploits. Perhaps some good testing (while a good primary programme is also running) will be most telling. What are your thoughts on this?