Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit 0.09.3.1000

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by ZeroVulnLabs, Aug 9, 2013.

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  1. FleischmannTV

    FleischmannTV Registered Member

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    I have also experienced massive problems with youtube when Chrome is shielded, causing the tab in which youtube is opened to hang and be unresponsive.
     
  2. Brandonn2010

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    I just tried watching a YouTube video and had no problems.
     
  3. ZeroVulnLabs

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    Lifetime unlikely, although there are no final decisions made yet on the licensing details.

    It is something we might add soon after the engine is out of beta. We still need to investigate the viability of exploits via html-rendered emails under different email readers.

    These are known issues:
    http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=130688

    Yes we are actually smack in the middle of fixing these issues with Chrome. It seems that EMET also has quite a bit of similar issues with Chrome, and Google actually recommends not using EMET for Chrome. We think we've found the root of the problem and are testing a fix which we hope to release very soon in the next 0.09.4 beta version.

    As a side note I think I just found another EMET 4.0 bug with Office 15 but I have to run more tests.
     
  4. Antimalware18

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    Please make it a lifetime liscense? Please? With a cherry on top lol
     
  5. Frank the Perv

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    That.
     
  6. ZeroVulnLabs

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    LOL, yeah that would be great, but keep in mind there is a HUGE amount of research and development involved in not only building but keeping the tech up-to-date with the latest exploit techniques, bugs, etc.
     
  7. Venky

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    I second the idea of lifetime license as well.Would be excellent if you could work something like MBAM, I own two licenses of MBAM and would love to add MBAE to my security setup.
     
  8. ams963

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    +1 :thumb: .......I also vote for lifetime license.:D
     
  9. fblais

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    Also casting my vote for a lifetime license!
     
  10. siketa

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    Why not lifetime?
    MBAM is lifetime and I bet guys behind it spend more time and resources making new signatures and fixing FPs every day.
     
  11. Ranget

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    i'm trying it now
    it look cool
    but i have no expretise to test it and see if it's good or not
    i useually use Comodo leaktest to determin the power of security products
    but how can i test MBAE o_O
     
  12. Frank the Perv

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    Ya, this is what I keep thinking too.

    I hope AV-C and others will test these products and let us know how effective and user-friendly they really are.

    I like the concepts of NVT-EXE, MBAE, and SecureAplus (as little as I understand the concepts) --- but I'd like smart guys to test them and tell us the deal.
     
  13. Solarlynx

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    It protects Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, does it protect Comodo Dragon and IceDragon?
     
  14. Sampei Nihira

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    Hello Sampei Nihira:

    Please excuse this terribly untimely response. Perhaps the below Malwarebytes forum thread is partially usefull to you:

    https://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=129712

    I have not yet tested this with my system's Pale Moon browser.

    IMHO, I believe we can expect future versions of MBAE to support more popular browsers.

    HTH :)
     
  16. Blackcat

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    Because Pbust and co. would like to eat ocassionally; some Paella Especial de la Casa and Fabada asturiana!;)
     
  17. ZeroVulnLabs

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    LOL, man do I miss those!!! :D
     
  18. Sampei Nihira

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    WOW !!
    Interesting.
    TH.:thumb:
     
  19. siketa

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    What about MBAM guys? They can eat every day...;)
     
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